Sunday night was THE event of the year: The Oscars. Tout famous Hollywood collected at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles. The revelry continued until the early hours. Enjoy the queens of the ball!
Oscar-winning actress Jennifer Lawrence looked stunning in a drop-waist Dior Couture gown. As the face of the Miss Dior campaign she had the honour to wear the gown that was just shown one month ago. She finished the look with a delicate Cartier necklace down her back. Flawless skin and subtle smokey eyes keep her makeup fresh and young.
Anne Hathaway in a blushing pink high-neck Prada gown. The delicate dress suits Anne - who won the award for best supporting actress - perfectly. She finished the look with a floral necklace from Tiffany & Co. and light pink lips to match her column-style dress. A relive of Audrey Hepburn.
Jessica Chastain in a copper-hued strapless Armani Prive gown. This look oozed Hollywood glamour with soft side-swept waves and intense ruby lips. She sparkled things up with vintage Harry Winston diamond earrings and an 60's style bracelet.
Samantha Barks kept it simple in a black Valentino gown with a plunging neckline. She finished the look with an effortless updo, flawless makeup and an Forevermark statement pendant necklace.
Best actress nominee Naomi Watts dazzled in a silver futuristic sequin gown by Armani Prive. Naomi finished off her look with Jimmy Choo shoes, a Roger Vivier bag and Neil Lane juwelry.
Charlize Theron in a white sculptural silk bustier Dior Couture gown with embroidered detailing on the peplum. Daring, sexy and strong. She kept her jewelry minimal by only adding Harry Winston diamond stud earrings and bracelets. The simplistic approach was also carried with her flawless makeup. Stunning!
Kerry Washington sparkles in a coral Miu Miu dress. The gown with sweet bow detail at the bustline and a nude tulle bodice embellished with coral paillettes and crystals. To finish the look it was accessorised with a red Prada clutch, Chopard earrings and a diamond cocktail ring from Fred Leighton.
British television presenter Louise Roe wore a fairytale of a gown by Monique Lhuillier at the Oscars. She completed her red embroidered tulle gown with mix-and-match accessories and a side-swept ponytail.
Zoe Saldana in a lovely lavender strapless Alexis Mabille Couture gown from the spring 2013 collection. The dress was beautiful with floral appiliques around the neckline, tonal belt and layer skirt which faded from pale grey to black. Loose hair, Neil Lane jewelry and Roger Vivier sandals completed the look.
Amanda Seyfried in an opulent lilac organza embroidered Alexander McQueen halter gown. Pastel makeup, a softly finished updo and Lorraine Schwartz earrings finished the look.
Olivia Munn blew me away by wearing a perfectly fitted ruby Marchesa strapless gown with a gold embroidered bodice. A simple side parted updo and ruby lips provided the finishing touches.
Alicia Vikander in a light blue fully embellished Elie Saab gown which was accented with a small gold belt. A simple updo, dark lips and diamond earrings finished this look for the Swedish beauty.
Academy Award winner Adele wore a black embellished Jenny Packham dress with a nipped waist and sheer sleeves. She accessorised with Harry Winston jewelry and Christian Louboutin heels. Volumious half down hair and retro eyeliner completed her look.
Fan Bingbing in a exquisite duchess satin fuchsia dress by Marchesa from the fall 2013 collection. Fan looked statuesque with a high updo, cat eyes and bright pink lips. She completed the look with pink and magenta Chopard jewelry and a black satin Roger Vivier clutch.
Halle Berry looked beautiful in a shining sequin striped Versace long-sleeve gown. The silver and black gown had strong structured shoulders and a peek-a-boo neckline. Messy hair and black drop earrings finished the look.
Jennifer Aniston wore a cherry-red strapless Valentino gown with a volumious skirt. Jennifer, well known for monochrome tones and more body-conscious looks, did something completely diffrent. Except for the hair, which she kept effortless loose, like most of the time. Minimal jewels and a matching red Salvatore Ferragamo clucth provided the finishing touches.
Before the Oscars even started nominee Amy Adams already won an Oscar as she arrived in an ethereal strapless powdery blue Oscar de la Renta ball gown with full ruffled skirt. She kept her look simple by only adding a pair of diamond drop earrings and a braided rope bracelet by Moa.
Kirsten Stewart looked angelic in a pale blush Reem Acra gown. She accessoirised her look with Jimmy Choo heels and Fred Leighton diamond link necklace. A smouldering smokey eye and beachy waves were the finishing touches.
Unfortunately I couldn't post all my favorite looks. But also on my best dressed list are Reese Witherspoon in cobalt Louis Vuitton, Jennifer Garner in a violet ruffled Gucci gown, Sandra Bullock in sheer black Elie Saab and Stacy Keibler in a sparkling Naeem Khan dress.
1. There were a lot of blushes, whites and nudes on the red carpet. Seen on Anne Hathaway, Kirsten Stewart and Amanda Seyfried.
2. Retro waves were spotted on Jessica Chastain and Reese Witherspoon.
3. Strapless gowns galore at the Oscars. Seen on Jennifer Lawrence, Charlize Theron and Amy Adams for example.
4. The 'no necklace trend' was seen in combination with strapless dresses on Jennifer Aniston, Olivia Munn and Kerry Washington.