The red carpet turned pink at the Oscars on Sunday night (24Feb19), with Sarah Paulson, Helen Mirren and Julia Roberts among the stars standing out in the color.
American Horror Story star Sarah showed off her slim figure in a hot pink Brandon Maxwell gown with cut-outs on the side, highlighting her slender physique. She teamed the eye-catching outfit with a diamond choker, and wore her blonde hair slicked back to ensure all attention was on her ensemble.
Helen, who is no stranger to the best-dressed lists, went for a more girly take on the trend in her Schiaparelli Haute Couture gown, which featured a nipped in waist and flowing tulle layers. Topping off her look, Helen added $6 million (£4.5 million) of diamonds, sporting sparkling earrings, a necklace and bracelet.
Julia was a surprise addition to the presenters list at the awards ceremony, and looked radiant as she made her way to the stage in an asymmetric Elie Saab dress, paired with matching hot pink strappy heels.
Other stars to opt for pink included Gemma Chan, who went for an incredibly voluminous Maison Valentino gown, and country singer Kacey Musgraves, who looked stunning in her candy floss coloured Giambattista Valli dress.
Metallic was another big trend on the Oscars red carpet. Jennifer Lopez went all out in her disco-ball inspired Tom Ford dress, with the gown clinging to the singer’s every curve, while Brie Larson looked incredible in her high-neck Celine by Hedi Slimane dress, which had a chainmail effect. Actress and model Molly Sims also went for a silver look in her Zuhair Murad frock, while Amandla Stenberg opted for a more subtle take on the trend in her fringed Miu Miu gown. Emma Stone also tried out the metallic trend, in a custom made rose gold Louis Vuitton number, with structured shoulders.
Black and white remained popular on the red carpet, with A Star is Born actress Lady Gaga brightening up her strapless black Alexander McQueen gown and matching opera gloves with a $30 million (£22 million) Tiffany necklace, originally worn by legendary screen actress Audrey Hepburn in 1961 while she was promoting her film Breakfast at Tiffany’s.
Oscar winner Regina King looked elegant in her white Oscar de la Renta dress, which featured a sexy thigh-high split, while Amy Adams’ white Atelier Versace gown featured a splash of sparkle to make her stand out from the crowd.
– Cover Media0