|Anne Hathaway in Prada|
But before telling you which one, it's important to mention Anna Hathaway who looked incredibly chic in a Prada gown and who was also one of the winners of the evening, receiving her first Oscar for best supporting actress in Les Miserables. Olivia Munn was also stunning in one of the dresses featured on my last blog post, a red strapless Marchesa!
|Olivia Munn in Marchesa|
But considering the past red carpet events of the film industry, both Jessica Chastain and Naomi Watts are consistently stylish. These women are not only talented actresses but they also have impeccable taste and a reliable team of people working on their public image. Hats off to them.
|Jessica Chastain and Naomi Watts both in Giorgio Armani|
After being the face of a Dior campaign it's hardly surprising that Jennifer Lawrence would choose the brand for the Oscars. Her gown was featured on my blog post about the latest Couture shows, a princess dress quite appropriate for the big winner of the night. Charlize Theron also chose Dior couture for the evening, looking as beautiful as ever.
|Charlize Theron and Jennifer Lawrence both in Dior Couture|
Amanda Seyfried looked very elegant in Alexander McQueen and Amy Adams's femininity was enhanced by a Cinderella dress designed by Oscar de la Renta. Pale colours are not as eye catching but they both managed to pull it off with their natural beauty and grace.
|Amanda Seyfried in Alexander McQueen and Amy Adams in Oscar de la Renta|
Catherine Zeta-Jones decided to wear a golden figure hugging dress by Zuhair Murad, which I have also selected for my couture blog post. Salma Hayek also looked ravishing with an Alexander McQueen velvet gown with gold embellished collar.
|Catherine Zeta-Jones in Zuhair Murad and Salma Hayek in Alexander McQueen|
This was another successful evening not only for the film industry but also for fashion and its ability to create goddess like creatures. It's important to refer the exquisite taste of Jacquline Durran who received the award for costume design in Anna Karenina. Even Tolstoy would be pleased!
|Sandra Bullock in Elie Saab and Jennifer Garner in Gucci Première|
Other related blog posts:
Oscars: Dress to Impress
Couture Fit for Stars
Golden Globes Style