Red carpet round-up: Oscar mania

Hollywood’s elite brought their fashion A-game to the Dolby Theatre on Hollywood Boulevard on Sunday night.


February 25, 2013
Amy Adams

The awards season came to a close with the much-anticipated Oscars red carpet 2013. Hollywood’s elite brought their fashion A-game to the Dolby Theatre on Hollywood Boulevard on Sunday night. Here is a round-up of some A-listers who stunned the audiences.

Naomi Watts

Naomi stunned in Armani Prive. The stone grey was refreshing her neckline — extremely flattering. We love this look on her. She wore her hair in a combed back up-do and her minimal accessories were at par with elegance.

Jennifer Lawrence

Although she tripped on stage in this gorgeous Christian Dior couture dress, actor Jennifer Lawrence was a picturesque beauty at the Oscars. However, we do wish she had worn some accessories and maybe even a brighter lipstick.

Anne Hathaway

Anne, who left with an Oscar on Sunday for her role in Les Miserables, looked elegant in her pale pink Prada gown. Accessorised with Tiffany jewels and complementing plum pucker, Anne was a sight for sore eyes.

Amy Adams

Amy’s Oscar De La Renta dove grey strapless gown made waves at the Oscars for being unique. She looked like a picture of elegance, with her hair done in a bun and stunning Moet jewels.

Reese Witherspoon

Louis Vuitton pulled together a va-va-voom look for Reese at the Oscars. The striking indigo blue gown and side-swept hair, go well with Reese’s figure and features.

Jennifer Aniston

Rocking a tangerine Valentino gown, Aniston was a head turner at the Oscars. She wore her hair straight at the crown and falling in waves over her shoulders. Her watch and bracelet were a nice addition, but she could have worn a little bit more bling.

Published in The Express Tribune, February 26th, 2013.            

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