• Is Dolce & Gabbana losing favour among A-listers?
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    Is Dolce & Gabbana losing favour among A-listers?

    Louis Vuitton, Prada and Valentino reigned supreme but D&G was notably absent from the 2019 Oscars red carpet.

  • Emma Stone’s Oscars dress took Louis Vuitton 712 hours to make
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    Emma Stone’s Oscars dress took Louis Vuitton 712 hours to make

    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.

  • Oscars 2019: Serena Williams urges women to ‘dream crazier’ with empowering Nike advert
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    Oscars 2019: Serena Williams urges women to ‘dream crazier’ with empowering Nike advert

    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.

  • Oscars 2019: All the best after party celebrity fashion
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    Oscars 2019: All the best after party celebrity fashion

    The Oscars fashion doesn’t stop at the awards ceremony’s red carpet; there are just as many iconic outfits to peruse at the annual Vanity Fair after party.This year, the A-list event was even more starry than the Academy Awards itself.Renée Zellweger made a rare appearance in a thigh-high split dress and newlywed Priyanka Chopra had a fairytale moment in a tulle ballgown.Kerry Washington looked beautiful in a layered gown while Julia Roberts’ niece Emma Roberts turned up the temperature in a semi-sheer, slinky number.But it was model Kendall Jenner’s, er, loin cloth inspired gown that will stick in our minds for years to come.

  • Oscars 2019 red carpet fashion: What the stars wore
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    Oscars 2019 red carpet fashion: What the stars wore

    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. 

  • Cannabis chocolates, luxury holidays and a toilet brush: Inside this year's $100,000 Oscar goody bags
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    Cannabis chocolates, luxury holidays and a toilet brush: Inside this year's $100,000 Oscar goody bags

    This year the acceptance speeches might be even more bizarre than normal!