Oscar's Red Carpet Fashion Roundup
Oscars: Fashion round-up
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Last night’s Oscars ceremony was all about Kate Winslet, who finally won the Best Actress gong, following five failed nominations.
As for her style, and the Brit actress delivered pure old school Hollywood glamour, from the elegant, if safe, asymmetricYves Saint Laurentgown, to the flawless curled up-do.
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Theone-shoulderedlook continued to be an A-list red carpet favourite, with fellow nomineeMarisa Tomeiwowing in a grey satinVersace pleated gown.
The key trend to emerge from the evening though wasneutral shades, withwhite, ivory, and thesoftest silversturning thered carpetinto a veritable white-wash.
These tones provided many of the evening’s most stunning gowns, including Anne Hathaway’s shimmeringArmani Privé Spring 2009 column dress, and Jennifer Aniston, who was a vision inValentino. The actress stepped out with beauJohn Mayer, for theirfirst ever red carpet appearanceas a couple.
Alhough Penelope Cruz was erring on the side of bridal with her frothyvintage Balmain Haute Couturegown, she still managed to pull off the ethereal style, and joining the trend wasNicole Kidman, wearing a white, figure-huggingL’Wren Scott Spring 2009 gown.
Anotherivory style hitcame courtesy ofSarah Jessica Parker, who proved her on-screen persona, Carrie Bradshaw, was still alive and kicking with herChristian Dior Haute Couture strapless gown.
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