No pajamas or slippers. Connections from the living room at home had no place at the 93rd edition of the Oscars. An in-person gala in which the red carpets of the pandemic came to an end, in which the comfort of home took away the charm of the usual glamor of film events, in which fashion plays a fundamental role.
Among the first to arrive – and to be liked – was the Italian singer Laura Pausini with an elegant black Valentino Haute Couture with a bardot neckline made by Pierpaolo Piccioli, the same one who designed one of the best outfits of the night: the gold sequin two-piece from Carey Mulligan that we saw recently on the catwalk. Piccioli also had time to stitch the outfit. Zendaya, much more modern with a ‘cut-out’ dress (with openings) in fluorescent yellow, but with the same exceptional result. It also stood out for its distinction Amanda Seyfried clad in a dreamy red Armani Privé that recalled the best times of the cinema mecca.
British singer Celeste She drew attention for her heart-shaped handbag – arteries included – in keeping with her peculiar Gucci style. A perfect look for a bad story like the stepmother from ‘Snow White’ with a lot of vibes. She also opted for a Gucci from her compatriot Emerald Fennell. For his award-winning debut, he chose a romantic printed chiffon dress, with ruffles and embroidery.
Tiara Thomas, nominated for best original song for her composition ‘Fight for you’, from the film ‘Judas and the Black Messiah’, chose a daring white tailored jacket and pants suit by Jovana Louis with a very pronounced neckline and feathers on the sleeves with the one who captured all eyes. Like Colman Domingoactor of ‘The Mother of the Blues’, who ventured with a completely fuchsia sequined tuxedo from Atelier Versace with which he performed.
It also passed through the carpet Glenn Close with a kind of blue Armani Privé sequin jacket that took three weeks to make, over purple pants that matched the gloves. Almost at the same time it arrived Ariana DeBosewith an orange dress full of slits – one of the trends of the night – by Atelier Versace, and Nicolette Robinson with a black Zuhair Murad dress that was too much for her. The same effect that caused Viola Davis in his white Alexander McQueen. They passed without pain or glory Reese Witherspoon from Dior and Halle Berry de Dolce & Gabbana.
They were much more correct Margot Robbie with a brilliant Chanel from 2019, her signature signature, Maria Bakalova with a low-cut dress to the waist signed by Louis Vuitton under the creative direction of Nicolas Ghesquiere. Her needle was also the creator of the dress. Regina King whose shoulders were reminiscent of butterfly wings. Laura Dernalways fabulous, opted for an Oscar de la Renta with a feather-studded skirt, while Vanessa Kirby surprised with a delicate Gucci in pastel pink.
Brad Pittdespite her unkempt hair, was once again one of the best dressed of the night, while Joaquin Phoenix It was more formal than usual. Not like the Oscar-winning director Chloe Zhaowho does not seem very fond of heels and opted for white sneakers consistent with a comfortable Hermès dress, which is not for walking around the house.