Oscar’s Red Carpet is often both the most glamorous and least daring of the awards ceremony – but after a strange and unique season, in which famous and creative people dressed up from their sofas to receive and lose the prize, wearing everything with full wear Were. As for the tie-dye hoodies, Sunday was not just a drop by a select few who attended the in-Oscar person ceremony.
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This was evident from the time when Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom star Colman Domingo showed a dazzling, brilliantly stunning pink tux. Rate yourself:
The men enjoyed the entire costume concept. Witness Lakith Stanfield, who participated in the British Film Institute satellite program in it.
Alan S. Kim and Christina Oh chose a different look of their own:
Desmond Rowe and Travon Frey, who later won the Oscar for Best Animated Short, went for a matching, darling costume.
Below Leslie Odom Jr. In a wild, brilliant Briony composition. The power of the Turtleneck!
Steven Yeun in a tight tuxedo, but to describe this cute bow tie I need the whole Pixar movie…
Also respect for Riz Ahmed’s respectfully tight turtleneck sweater and the beautiful, polite dress of his wife, Fatima Farheen Mirza.
Bonus: We love a red carpet wife man!
Talking about tight, the double breasted magic of Daniel Kaluya cannot be missed. (See triangular cufflinks that depict the extension of the pocket).
But we know why you are really here. for clothes!
Voor Carey Mulligan-that-statue-or-I-get-out-the-scalpel gold in Gimme!
Take on the same vibe for understanding of Andrea Dey
For Amanda Seyfred!
For Laura Dern! And dress her wings!
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Oscar winner Chloe Zhao’s Oscar-winning sneakers! (Well, he won Best Director for Nomadland, but the vibes are strong).
For Oscar winner Yun Yung-jung and his wallets.