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We were seriously hoping for Anne Hathaway to wow us in a custom Valentino creation at the Oscars after getting confirmation from the house itself. But, as the story goes, she wore Prada. It was a particularly rude sartorial snub since Valentino Garavani himself designed a gorgeous wedding gown for the Les Mis star, and she hung out with him on New Year’s Eve. Hathaway has been quiet about the matter, and we ourselves have concocted a good number of explanations, but now the actress has released an official statement on the snafu.
While it may be true that all of the biggest stories of the night happened at the Academy Awards ceremony (and, ok, on the red carpet beforehand), we’ve always been partial to a good after party ourselves, and yesterday’s annual Vanity Fair bash may hold the honor of being the most star-studded of them all.
Jennifer Lawrence won big and fell big at the Oscars last night. Her Christian Dior Couture dress was amazing and her acceptance speech after falling on the stairs was humble and charming, but her post-win press conference was perhaps the funniest thing she did all night. Of course, we have it right here.
It wouldn’t be a proper awards show roundup without the worst dressed yin to the best dressed yang. And although there weren’t too many glaringly offensive fashion foul-ups, there were a few looks that left us scratching our head more than Fantine did after her haircut.
Jennifer Lawrence must be super grateful that the Oscars are over because she can finally eat. We, meanwhile, can finally assess what the stars wore to the biggest red carpet of the awards show season. Obviously, some ladies fared better than others, and we’ve got the best dressed right here.
Yeah, this happened. Michelle Obama presented the “Best Picture” award at the Oscars ceremony via satellite and, let’s face it, she pretty much stole the show.
Anne Hathaway shouldn’t expect an invite to Gstaad next year if she keeps pulling stunts like this. The actress was lined up to wear a custom-made Valentino gown to tonight’s Oscars ceremony, but swapped it out at the last minute for a pale pink Prada column with a set of darts that drew attention to her, ahem, assets. Quel scandale!
Well, they were not the most glamorous of accessories, but it looks like they were necessary: Kristen Stewart showed up to tonight’s Oscars ceremony on crutches.
In a sea of Armani, Dior, and diamonds at the Oscars pre-show, there was one dress that swept onto the red carpet with a label that most of us actually have in our closets.
The Oscars are finally here! While you’re busy watching the red carpet livestream, we’ll be updating the gallery below with every single look that steps out in front of the photographers.
You know the old adage “If you’ve got it, flaunt it”? Well, these celebrities are most certainly flaunting it with backless gowns, plunging necklines, and thigh-baring ensembles, and they’re doing it on the most-watched red carpet of the year.
For better or for worse, the red carpet at the Oscars is undoubtedly the most buzzed about of the year. It’s the last and biggest awards show of the season, so the stars are pretty much required to bring out their A-game. Unfortunately, that doesn’t always work out, and so without further ado, we bring you the worst Oscar looks of all time.
They’re almost heeeere! Yes, we’re talking about this Sunday’s Academy Awards, and, perhaps even more importantly, the accompanying red carpet. But even as stars are busy finishing up their fittings, hitting the gym, and penning their acceptance speeches out in Los Angeles, many hit the town last night to fête their respective films. But who looked best? Let’s take a look.
In Beasts of the Southern Wild, youngest-ever “Best Actress” nominee Quvenzhané Wallis sticks to a grungy uniform of a tattered tank top and rolled-up jeans. In real life, however, the nine-year-old is clearly partial to glitzier fare. Wallis stopped by The Tonight Show with Jay Leno yesterday with director Benh Zeitlin to talk about the film, the fast-approachingAcademy Awards, and whether designers are clamoring over one another to dress her for the big day, and wore the kind of awesome outfit grown-ups secretly wish they could get away with.
While the other nominees for Best Actress at this year’s Academy Awards will no doubt be tapping the couture houses of Paris and the diamond purveyors of Fifth Avenue and Rodeo Drive for their red carpet looks, 9-year-old Quvenzhané Wallis is a whole other story. How to look both age appropriate and appropriately glamorous for the biggest Hollywood event of the year? Well, Wallis has at least one part of her outfit set and ready to go: her puppy purse, which she says is her “signature” accessory.
We don’t need to tell you that 9-year-old Quvenzhané Wallis, the youngest-ever nominee for Best Actress, is going to be the cutest thing to hit the red carpet at this year’s Academy Awards. But we will show you that she will be, by means of this adorable video of the Beasts of the Southern Wild actress meeting with Vogue‘s André Leon Talley.
Take a minute out of your Memorial Day to enjoy this little gem from the Saturday Night Live archives.
This week, Gwyneth Paltrow took to GOOP to reveal all the work that went into her amazing Oscars look, and man, are we jealous.
We get that actor and part-time Dior spokeswoman Natalie Portman is a private lady, but what we don’t get is why she just won’t come out and say whether or not she’s married to dancer Benjamin Millepied. But the wedding band they were both wearing on their left hands at the Oscars this weekend definitely seem to suggest that is the case.