Unless you live in a cave you will know that the awards calendar of 2019 arrives at its grand finale on the night of the Oscars 2019 on Sunday night was the ceremony and before talking about the winners what we are interested in today is fashion on the red carpet. While the tone was relatively moderate, compared with the bold statements of the recent awards ceremonies, there were many stars They had saved the best for last.
Oscars 2019 100 dresses and costumes
All eyes were on the nominees for best actress, as they arrived at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood in the mid-afternoon. Lady Gaga evokes the vintage Hollywood spirit with an impressive black dress by Alexander McQueen. She completed the look with elegant evening gloves and a Tiffany diamond necklace that Audrey Hepburn once wore.
The other nominated actress Melissa McCarthy was among a series of actresses who wore powerful pants suits, captivating the spectators in a black and white set by Brandon Maxwell.
Meanwhile, "The Wife" star, Glenn Close, wore a gold Carolina Herrera dress (in a tone not unlike that of the statue she hoped to take home) created from an astonishing 4 million accounts.
Oscars 2019 nominees and winners all looked beautiful
However, the nominees for the supporting actress possibly eclipsed their counterparts of the lead actress, with Regina King and Amy Adams, both opting for sophistication about the show. Emma Stone proved to be more divisive: her long dress to the floor, with elaborate sequins, generated a broad debate on social networks, in which she drew gastronomic comparisons from waffles and honeycomb to burned fish skin.
Elsewhere, pink turned out to be the color of the night. It came in all imaginable shades, from the pale pink dress of Marie Kondo to the pink Reem Acra dress with a single shoulder of Angela Bassett.
The color appeared in a variety of shapes and styles as well. "Green Paper" actress Linda Cardellini and country music singer Kacey Musgraves arrived in layers of stunning pink ruffles; The legend of the screen, Helen Mirren, wore a playful pink tulle dress; and the star of "Forever" Maya Rudolph wore a pink floral dress paired with a cape.
Jason Momoa even joined the trend, wearing a light pink Fendi tuxedo. The actor's wife, Lisa Bonet, wore a complementary dress, also from Fendi.
In the absence of a host (after the decision of Kevin Hart to retire through a series of homophobic tweets), the focus of attention was on the presenters charged with raising the spirits of the guests so that the entire ceremony passes without problems. Of them, the actress of "Game of thrones" Emilia Clarke highlighted with a bright lilac dress, made to measure by Balmain, while wearing a new and elegant court.
Also among the presenters were the cast members of "Crazy Rich Asians". It is possible that the film did not get any Oscar nomination, but its stars were on the red carpet, presenting a dazzling form in the red carpets of this season.
Michelle Yeoh was surprised by a bright Elie Saab dress, while Constance Wu looked glamorous in a vibrant yellow Versace dress. Gemma Chan continued the pink palette of the night with a bright Valentino Couture dress and Awkwafina wore a bright lavender outfit.
In general terms, the men did it safely, with muted tones and a sharp tailoring that reigned supreme. Rami Malek and Bradley Cooper were among the male nominees who demonstrated how to make a classic black tux take off effortlessly.
But there are certain male stars from whom we have come to expect something special, such as Billy Porter (who had previously worn a pink cape to the Golden Globes, and a silk suit with a huge orange ribbon for the Critics' Choice Awards). ). And he did not disappoint by appearing on the red carpet at the Oscars 2019. One of the first to reach the red carpet, Porter stole the look of social networks in a velvet tuxedo dress that challenges the genre.
While not as extravagant, Spike Lee also stood out in a purple Ozwald Boateng outfit and a matching cap. The director of "BlacKkKlansman" completed the look with a pair of custom gold Air Jordan and a necklace in tribute to the legend of pop, Prince.
Scroll through the gallery to see some of the most memorable looks of the night.
Who was nominated and who won at the Oscars 2019?
Green Book: a friendship without borders - It was the winner
A star has been born
Alfonso Cuaron (Roma) - He was the winner
Yorgos Lanthimos (The Favorite)
Spike Lee (BlacKkKlansman)
Adam McKay (Vice)
Pawel Pawlikowski (Cold War)
Yalitza Aparicio (Rome)
Glenn Close (The Wife)
Olivia Colman (The favorite) - She was the winner
Lady Gaga (A star is born)
Melissa McCarthy (Can you ever forgive me?)
Christian Bale (Vice)
Bradley Cooper (a star is born)
Willem Dafoe (At the door of eternity)
Rami Malek (Bohemian Rhapsody) - He was the winner
Viggo Mortensen (Green Book: a friendship without borders)
Best Supporting Actress:
Amy Adams (Vice)
Marina of Tavira (Rome)
Regina King (The Blues of Beale Street) - She was the winner
Emma Stone (The favorite)
Rachel Weisz (The favorite)
Best Supporting Actor:
Mahershala Ali (Green Book: a friendship without borders) - He was the winner
Adam Driver (BlacKkKlansman)
Sam Elliott (A star is born)
Richard E. Grant (Can you ever forgive me?)
Sam Rockwell (Vice)
Best original script:
The favorite (Deborah Davis and Tony McNamara)
The Reverend (Paul Schrader)
Green Book: a friendship without borders (Nick Vallelonga, Brian Hayes Currie, Peter Farrelly) - He was the winner
Rome (Alfonso Cuarón)
The vice of power (Adam McKay)