Nominated for Best Actress for her role in Elle, Isabelle Huppert dazzled on the red carpet in a long sleeve, embellished off-white gown designed by Armani Prive. It’s classic and super sparkly, everything you’d expect from an Oscars frock but it’s elevated with the addition of dark nails and lips and and a bejewelled Repossi ear crawler.
Oscars 2017: Best dressed on the red carpet
It’s not all about embellished frocks you know. Ryan Gosling stormed the red carpet in a fitted, contemporary Gucci black tuxedo, bowtie and monochromatic ruffled shirt. Not completely ignoring tradition but distinctive enough for us. If anyone can pull of ruffles, it’s Ryan.
Sporting a floor-length, all-white Stella McCartney dress, supermodel Karlie Kloss was embracing major Old Hollywood vibes with an oversized diamond choker and chic, wavy bob to boot. The dress came fitted with asymmetric sleeves and a built-in cape but it was the addition of a royal blue ribbon in honour of the ACLU that really caught our attention.
Actress Emma Roberts made a sustainable fashion choice for the Academy Awards this year as part of the Red Dress Green Carpet initiative. The Vintage Armani Prive dress was from the brand’s 2005 collection and features a two-tiered skirt, dramatic plunging bodice with black crystal embellishment and a black sating cumberband.
Best known for her roles in Pitch Perfect and True Grit, actress Hailee Steinfield chose an exquisite Ralph & Russi gown for her appearance at the 89th Academy Awards. Crafted from grey silk organza and finished with 3D floral applique and crystal embellishment this gown made a serious impact.