The Academy Awards ceremony is usually the epitome of red carpet fashion. Hollywood’s biggest night was held in person and broadcast live on ABC from the Dolby Theatre and Union Station in Los Angeles.
All nominees and guests had to have a minimum of two coronavirus PCR tests performed by the Academy’s vendor and a total of three tests in the week leading up to the telecast.
Hollywood stars attended the red carpet in an elegance, flamboyance, and an explosion of color.
Here are some of the biggest and best looks from the 93rd Oscars:
Veteran actress Glenn Close turned heads in a custom two-piece Giorgio Armani Privé that included a long-sleeved tunic, and straight-leg pants. She paired the look with matching gloves.
Comedian actor-director Travon Free wore a Dolce & Gabbana suit that paid a touching tribute to Black men who lost their lives at the hands of police.
Singer H.E.R., dazzled in a gorgeous custom cobalt blue hooded cape and jumpsuit by Dundas.
The nine-year-old sported a stylish Thom Browne suit featuring shorts and a single striped sock.
The British singer was nominated in the best original song category for “Hear My Voice”, from “The Trial of the Chicago 7” graced the red carpet holding an anatomical red heart purse, supplied by Gucci.
Daniel Kaluuya, Leslie Odom Jr, and Riz Ahmed
Nominees Daniel Kaluuya and Riz Ahmed wore black and navy tuxedos, while Leslie Odom Jr took a slightly more colorful approach, wearing a golden Brioni suit, complemented with Cartier jewels.
Zhao, who made history on Sunday by becoming the first woman of color and the first Chinese woman to win the Oscar for best director. appeared on the Oscars red carpet make-up free, sporting two gorgeous French braids, white trainers, and a stylish beige gown.
The English actress looked wonderful in a long-sleeve scarlet gown at the Academy’s UK hub at London’s BFI.