Watch: Halle Berry and Van Hunt make red carpet debut at Oscars
Halle Berry looked stunning as she wore an incredible pink dress for this year's Academy Awards.
The actor's layered dress features a low cut structured bodice in a rounded heart-like shape with gathered detailing. At the waistline of the dress sits a huge loose bow which forms the centre piece of the dress.
But it was when Halle lets the layers of the dress fall from a height that the dress really came alive as the sheer layers cascade around her.
Halle paired her floor length showstopper with a subtle smokey eye look in soft brown tones and a nude lip colour. Rather than wearing jewellery which could have distracted from the dress, Halle accessorised by ensuring she had a flawless décolletage with a light glow across her collarbones.
The star also showed off a short crop with a graduated bob falling just below her cheekbone and warm, caramel coloured highlights shattered throughout.
Halle shared photos of her incredible look on her Instagram account along with a picture of the star with her boyfriend Van Hunt, who was her red carpet date to the awards.
This year’s glamorous Oscar’s event was studded with stunning looks and memorable moments.
Glenn Close missed out on an award win this time round, but she still seemed to be enjoying the party as she twerked to 'Da butt' song.
Frances McDormand won her third Oscar for her performance in Nomadland, for which director Chloe Zhao also received an award and made history as the first woman of colour to win for directing.
Call the Midwife’s Emerald Fennell also won Best Screenplay for Promising Young Woman. She looked glowing in a green and pink floral dress and what appear to be Converse trainers, rather than skyscraper heels, as she is heavily pregnant.
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