Oscars 2019: The Best of the Red Carpet

Although the 2019 Oscars has shaped up to be one of the most unpredictable award ceremonies in recent memory, one thing is certain—the red carpet can always be counted on for dazzling gowns, jaw-dropping jewelry and future fashion trends.

Several leading ladies were beautiful in pink—by far the biggest color trend of the night—including Helen Mirren (in Giambattista Valli), Kacey Musgraves (in Valentino), Gemma Chan (also in Valentino) and Linda Cardellini (in Schiaparelli).

Laura Harrier (in Louis Vuitton), Charlize Theron (in Dior) and Yalitza Aparicio (in Rodarte) wore dreamy blues.

Emma Stone, Emilia Clarke, Jennifer Lopez and Michelle Yeoh on the red carpet.

Metallic gowns shined on the red carpet with Emma Stone (in Louis Vuitton) Emilia Clarke (in custom Balmain), Jennifer Lopez (in Tom Ford) and Michelle Yeoh (in Elie Saab).

Amy Poehler, Awkwafina and Melissa McCarthy on the red carpet.

A few funny women showed who wears the pants (and occasionally pantsuit) in Hollywood, including Amy Poehler (in Alberta Ferretti), Awkwafina (in Dsquared2) and Melissa McCarthy (in Brandon Maxwell).

Regina King in Oscar de la Renta.

Regina King, winner of Best Supporting Actress for her role in If Beale Street Could Talk, wowed in a white Oscar de la Renta gown.

Constance Wu in Versace

Crazy Rich Asians was shut out of the Oscars, but its star Constance Wu was a winner on the red carpet, channeling Belle in custom Versace.

Glenn Close in Carolina Herrera.

Nominated for Best Actress for her role in The Wife, Glenn Close glided across the red carpet in a golden 42-lb Carolina Herrera, covered with 4 million beads.

Billy Porter in sweeping Christian Siriano

In a sea of classic tuxedos, a few good men stood out. Billy Porter turned heads in a custom Christian Siriano tuxedo gown.

Henry Golding in custom Ralph Lauren.

Henry Golding, wearing custom Ralph Lauren, demonstrated why he’s on the shortlist to play the next James Bond.

Director Spike Lee paired a custom Amedeo Scognamiglio necklace with a purple suit and golden Jordans designed by Tinker Hatfield.

And Spike Lee, nominated for directing BlacKkKlansman, reigned in purple as an homage to his late friend, Prince. His necklace, designed by Amedeo Scognamiglio, portrays the symbol that the legendary musician adopted as his name. And his custom Nikes left no doubt about what Oscar night is really about—going for the gold.


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