The Black Swan star made headlines when she arrived in a cape adorned with the names of the year's top female directors.
While Parasite picking up the Best Picture gong at the 92nd Academy Awards was a record-breaking moment, there was another, more low-key first as Leonardo DiCaprio finally made his awards show debut with girlfriend Camila Morrone. It's the
Oscars buzz has well and truly started and what better way to gear ourselves up for the annual Academy Awards than by re-living some of it’s cutest moments.We don’t mind if Leonardo DiCaprio and Gisele Bundchen aren’t together anymore because they looked so loved up when they were.From wistful moments brought to us from the late greats, Heath Ledger and Kobe Bryant, to a sweet look back at Hollywood’s power couples (we’re looking at you John Legend and Chrissy Teigen), here are our favourite Oscar’s couples on the red carpet.
Deandre Arnold was told he wouldn’t be able to walk at his graduation unless he cut his dreadlocks, but the creators of the Oscar-nominated Hair Love film, which normalises black hair, have said they're on his side.
The Oscars are at the centre of controversy this year over the lack of diversity in the major nomination categories. The Academy is under pressure to review the way it awards films, but this isn't the first time it's felt the wrath of
Issa Rae said a slow-moving teleprompter led to her subtle-yet-searing quip about the Oscars’ lack of diversity.The ‘Insecure’ star went viral after reading out an all-male list of nominees for best director, then looking into the camera and saying “congratulations to those men”.
Sir Sam Mendes, Sir Anthony Hopkins and Florence Pugh are among the British Oscar nominees, while Joaquin Phoenix's Joker leads the way with 11 nods. Cynthia Erivo also bagged a nod for her star turn in biopic Harriet while Sir Elton John
If you don’t know who Florence Pugh is, it’s time to get in the know.The 24-year-old actor is fast becoming one of the UK’s rising stars thanks to her Oscar-nominated role as Amy March in Greta Gerwig’s 2019 version of ‘Little Women’.On-screen credentials aside, the Oxford-born actress is making a name for herself on the red carpet, thanks to her chic-yet-playful wardrobe.Styled by Rebecca Corbin-Murray, who works with some of Britain’s best-dressed stars including Gemma Chan, Lily James and Jenna Coleman, it’s not surprising Pugh’s making her sartorial presence known.In recent months, Pugh’s proved she’s a favourite with designer labels and worn outfits and accessories from Prada, Jimmy Choo, Chloe, Miu Miu and Valentino - to name a few.Her looks aren’t predictable: she’s gone from a slinky, sequin-covered gown at the Critic’s Choice Awards to a playful, electric blue mini worn to the ‘Little Women’ world premiere.Scroll to see why Florence Pugh is a fashion-up-and-comer to know about.
Little Women star Florence Pugh, 1917 director Sir Sam Mendes and The Two Popes' Sir Anthony Hopkins are among the British Oscar nominees. Cynthia Erivo also bagged a nod for her star turn in biopic Harriet while Sir Elton John and Bernie
With two Oscars to her name (and a handful more nominations under her belt), Cate Blanchett needs an award-worthy wardrobe to match.Fortunately, with the help of stylist-to-the-stars Elizabeth Stewart, she’s curated one.Whether Blanchett’s at Cannes Film Festival, the Golden Globes or over in London for the BAFTAs, she rarely puts a fashion foot wrong.But that doesn’t mean she sticks to what’s safe. Blanchett’s red carpet looks are often bold and playful, featuring strong silhouettes and experimental embellishments, and always dramatic.There are no LBD dresses in Blanchett’s wardrobe, but instead a colourful array of couture from the likes of Armani, Givenchy and Christopher Kane.For the 71st Cannes Film Festival in 2018, the actress demonstrated her fashion know-how in a printed, bubble gown by London Fashion Week label Mary Katrantzou. While a bespoke Alexander McQueen gown, complete with embroidered bodice and feathery skirt, proved the perfect fit for the 2016 BAFTA Awards.From Oscar-acceptance attire to a covetable maternity closet, we revisit some of Cate Blanchett's greatest fashion moments to date.
Emma Stone’s impressive Oscars gown took designers 712 hours to make. From the star-covered Valentino gown she wore to the Golden Globes in 2017, to the Givenchy Couture dress she won her Oscar in for La La Land, Stone is undoubtedly one of the most exciting stars to watch on the red carpet. Celebrating the grand finale of this year’s award season, the 30-year-old actor saved her best outfit till last as she attended the 91st Academy Awards in a show-stopping Louis Vuitton gown.
Serena Williams is imploring women to “dream crazier” in a new advert for Nike. The advert, which aired during a break in last night’s Academy Awards, centres on the fight of female athletes to be taken seriously in sport – something that Williams has had to deal with throughout her career.
We don’t know if it was the frothy, pink tulle Molly Goddard dress Villanelle wore in ‘Killing Eve‘ that inspired it, but pink was certainly the colour du jour at the Oscars 2019.Linda Cardellini, star of ‘Green Book’ went all in and rocked up on the red carpet wearing one of the frothiest gowns we’ve ever clapped eyes on. While some applauded the look, others likened the former ‘Scooby Doo’ star to a Muppet. Fashion-forward Brit Gemma Chan opted for a look just as extravagant: a tiered, voluminous dress by Valentino. The very same look that caused Celine Dion to shed a tear of joy during Haute Couture Fashion Week.Angela Bassett put her own spin on the micro trend, wearing a dramatic, sweeping look in the fuchsia hue.But it was Julia Roberts, pretty in pink, who left fans giddy. Popping up at the prestigious awards at the last minute to present the Best Picture accolade, the Oscar-winner ensured she was on trend in a a one-shoulder, ruffled affair.
Billy Porter was not playing with his 2019 Oscars outfit. The award-winning actor and musician showed up on the red carpet in a custom designed Christian Siriano gown that defines the meaning of fabulous. Naturally, social media lit up at the unexpected and refreshing look, but it was Oscar nominee Glenn Close who had the best reaction.
The Oscars 2019 was just as star-studded as expected. Celebrities including ‘The Favourite’ lead Olivia Colman, ‘Game of Thrones’ actress Emilia Clarke and even tennis superstar Serena Williams took to the red carpet, wearing an array of wow-factor ensembles.For the most part, the A-list pack stuck to simple cuts and block colours – barely a print was seen at the awards.Even ‘A Star Is Born’ star Lady Gaga toned down her look and arrived wearing a black strapless, drop-waist McQueen number paired with her leather gloves. A 128-carat necklace (last worn by Audrey Hepburn) from Tiffany & Co completed the outfit.Helen Mirren, 73, was one of the best dressed at the Oscars 2019 in a coral Schiaparelli number. Jennifer Lopez, meanwhile, brought the glamour in a metallic, form-fitting Tom Ford look. Charlize Theron rocked custom Dior – and a new brunette hairdo that left her almost unrecognisable.The men were equally fashion-forward. Bradley Cooper and Rami Malek suited up in tuxedos while ‘Captain America’ star Chris Evans wore a velvet, blue suit jacket.Reporting by Elizabeth Di Filippo and Alison Coldridge.