The Best Supporting Actress winner (for her role in If Beale Street Could Talk) strikes a pose in custom Oscar de la Renta. Watch how the beautifully draped piece was constructed on the fashion house’s Instagram page.
Crazy Rich Asians’ Michelle Yeoh graced the Academy Awards’ red carpet looking like a queen in a heavily sequinned off-the-shoulder Elie Saab gown. Her jewellery brands of choice: Chopard and Richard Mille.
Amy Adams’ voluptuous curves are shown to perfection in a custom-made strapless Atelier Versace beaded dress featuring Art Deco-inspired motifs. Her Cartier diamond necklace features a Cartier Collection Paris Pyramid clip brooch commissioned in 1935. (See also: 7 ways to keep your strapless wedding dress up)
Emilia Clarke debuted a sleek bob that brought out the chic modernity of her crystal-encrusted lavender gown by Balmain’s Olivier Rousteing.
Not only did BlacKkKlansman‘s Laura Harrier exude modern romance in this powder blue Louis Vuitton piece, we also love the fact that the dress is constructed with eco-friendly, sustainable materials. She teamed the look with matching icy blue eyeshadow, and a chic messy updo.
Kacey Musgraves anchors her cotton candy-esque Giambattista Valli tulle gown with a sleek hairdo and a glittering bow. It’s not the first time Musgraves has chosen an airy pink gown for the red carpet. She chose a blush pink Valentino gown for the Grammys earlier on this year.
If sweet pink is on the short list for your evening look, take your cue from American actress Kiki Layne who rocked this custom-made, silk AtelierVersace dress with asymmetric, three-dimensional shoulder detail – a perfect blend of girly glamour with contemporary style.