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Awards season brings out the stars in style

The Oscars are one of the biggest nights of the year for the entertainment industry but more importantly making statements through style. We recap all the stars that made a statement through style on the Oscars red carpet.

Cynthia Erivo

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Nominated for Best Actress for her role in “Harriet” and for Best Original Song ‘Stand Up’ in “Harriet,” Cynthia Erivo walked the red carpet in a stunning white gown by Atelier Versace featuring a crystal and net paneling bodice with a high leg slit. For her performance, she rocked a golden Vera Wang gown and received a standing ovation at the Dolby Theatre.

Natalie Portman

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Actress Natalie Portman walked the red carpet in Dior Haute Couture wearing a black floor-length gown with a sheer golden lace overlay and a black floor-length cape that received a lot of attention. Her cape featured names of female directors that were snubbed from being nominated including – Scafaria, Wang, Gerwig, Diop, Heller, Matsoukas, Ha’rel and Sciamma. Portman made quite the statement honoring the snubbed female directors and is bringing more awareness to the diversity of the Oscar nominations.

Waad al-Kateab

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Syrian Director, Waad al-Kateab, made a statement in her nude pink gown by Syrian designer, Reem Masri, with an Arabic message embroidered on the train translating to say, “We dared to dream, and we will not regret dignity.” Waad al-Kateab was nominated for Best Documentary Feature for her documentary “For Suma,” which documents the siege of Aleppo.

Janelle Monae

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“Harriet” co-star Janelle Monae was hard to miss on the red carpet with her silver hooded gown by Ralph Lauren that featured over 168,000 hand-embroidered Swarovski crystals that took over 600 hours to construct. It’s reported that the gown was so heavy from all the crystals it required a team of four people to carry the skirt to Monae’s dressing room.

Regina King

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Regina King was a vision in peach silk Atelier Versace with a floor-length a-line gown with an overlapping ballgown skirt with an asymmetrical hand-embroidered crystal bodice. Easily made the top looks list for the night, she wasn’t a nominee for an Oscar but won fashion points on the red carpet.

Sandra Oh

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The “Killing Eve” star wore an Elie Saab gown in nude color and combined all embellishments possible including crystals, ruffles, and a bow. Most celebrities went for the ‘less is more’ approach for their red carpet looks but Oh decided to throw that out the window and wear a gown that screamed ‘more is more.’

Sandy Powell

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Costume designer Sandy Powell made headlines for her signature suit that she donned at the BAFTAs and is making more headlines with a second suit appearance at the Oscars. Powell wore the Ian Frazer Wallace suit the first time last week for the BAFTAs with the goal of having as many celebrities sign the suit that she plans on auctioning and the proceeds will be donated to the Art Fund and help director Derek Jarman’s Prospect Cottage (near the nuclear power station in Dungeness) from being sold.

Including all the signatures from the Oscars, there are currently over 100 celebrity signatures on the suit including Scarlett Johansson, Al Pacino, Saoirse Ronan, Margot Robbie, Robert De Niro, and more.

Billy Porter

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All you need to hear is the name Billy Porter to know you’re about to see some fantastic fashion and he didn’t disappoint hosting the red carpet of the Oscars. On the red carpet, he rocked a gown with a bodice of golden features and a big ball gown skirt with a train featuring a Baroque-style print inspired by Kensington Palace by British designer Giles Deacon. For his performance with Janelle Monae, he wore a red silk jumpsuit resembling tailored silk pajamas and a long coat with reflective gold pieces resembling a mirrored mosaic and crystal platform Christian Louboutin boots.

Billie Eilish

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The young musician and record-breaking Grammy winner, Billie Eilish, stayed true to her fashion esthetic wearing a custom baggy suit by Chanel in a white tweed with embellishments featuring the interlocking CC that is Chanel’s trademark logo. She also rocked some Chanel accessories including fingerless lace gloves and a chain necklace with the interlocking double C.

Kaitlyn Dever

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“Booksmart” star Kaitlyn Dever was making a sustainable style statement on the red carpet in a floor-length Louis Vuitton dress made of the eco-friendly Tencel fabric. The red a-line style dress matched the color of the red carpet perfectly and featured purple beading embellishments for a tactile element. Dever accessorizes with a matching red satin wrap for her shoulders with a diamond necklace and earring with a pop of red rubies.

Scarlett Johansson

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Nominee for Best Actress in “Marriage Story” and Best Supporting Actress in “Jojo Rabbit,” Scarlett Johansson stunned in silver on the red carpet. Johansson’s Oscar de la Renta gown featured silver silk with a bodice draping with crystals on a mesh bodice and a flowing floor-length skirt with a short train.