With all of the controversy surrounding the Oscars, it was evident that all eyes were purposely on or completely off of the awards show.
Undoubtedly, there is something that attracts all of us to Hollywood and the glamour in front of the camera.
Needless to say, I was all over the fashion scene in regards to the Oscars.
There were so many fashion do’s and don’ts that filled across the red carpet that it was hard to keep count.
I stumbled across three dashing women who were absolutely stunning for this formal affair.
This American soul singer greeted us on the red carpet with apparent acknowledgement to ‘Old Hollywood’. Floating in the SAFiYAA, soft yellow gown, Day stayed true to her well-earned image of a soulful songstress. Pairing her gown with Pedro Garcia’s bedazzled and strappy sandals and Swarovski clutch, Day’s stylist seemed to create this look effortlessly. Her look stood out to me because her music is so retro and powerful, and this red carpet look really complimented who she is as an artist. Her beauty is undeniable and with this being her first red carpet appearance, I’d say her glam team did an amazing job of giving people something to remember.
Actress, Rachel McAdams can obviously do no wrong. Strutting down the red carpet in an unreleased gown designed by August Getty was definitely a way to set the tone for the evening. This deep, emerald green slip gown was one to turn heads due to its simplicity and elegance. Backless, and designed with an exaggerated, the gown seemed to be designed specifically for her. Set to be sent down the runway on March 5 in Paris, Getty has given the proper publicity for his upcoming collection debut. Stylists, Rob Zangardi and Mariel Haenn paired the gown with Stuart Weitzman’s strappy heels and decked the actress out in diamond rings and earrings for an elegant touch.
Undoubtedly the best dressed at the Oscars, in my opinion. The fashion transformation for the Pop Idol has been absolutely mind blowing. Sporting her go to designer and stylist, Brandon Maxwell, Gaga stunned as she floated onto the red carpet. The cream, silk get-up seemed to be designed especially for her, considering this was her first time as a nominee. The half dress, half jumpsuit was unique, but still held an Old Hollywood presence- which compliments Gaga well. Being held responsible for her fashion shift, I’d say Maxwell has ultimately created an amazing image for the Pop Star, one that she would love to be remembered by.