OSCARS 2014 Best Dressed

The night of the Oscars is one of the biggest of the year! This is where the celebrities who are nominated appear with beautiful dresses worthy of being seen by all, jewels to envy many women and glamorous shoes. Here you can see the best dressed in this BIG night: The Oscars 2014.


“Her Armani Privé dress has a classic Oscar shape with gorgeous detailing and the golden hue is so flattering.” – Jillian Cornejo, bookings director



“She’s on the top of everyone’s best dressed list, and designers are begging to dress her. She nailed it in Prada tonight.” – Philippa Brophy, market editor.



“Love how she vamped up her beaded Calvin Klein gown with some sleek hair and red lipstick.” – Sophie Tedmason, acting deputy editor.



“She’s really improved her red carpet fashion this season and I think the key is not to try too hard. She looks very elegant and appropriate in her timeless navy Alexander McQueen gown.” – Danica Osland, bookings assistant.



“I love the vampy angles of the bustier and the hint of sheer on the skirt. This wouldn’t work quite as well in any other colour than black.” – Alice Birrell, fashion and beauty writer.



“Jennifer Lawrence’s backwards Neil Lane diamond necklace wins for me (and because she elegantly tripped on the red carpet!)” – Sophie Tedmason, acting deputy editor.



“Only Pharrell Williams can pull off shorts on the red carpet.” – Dijana Savor, senior designer.



“I love a dress that gives even more on exit. While Olivia’s Valentino gown is simple from the front (and hugs her baby bump ever so gently), it’s the white splice and cut-out back that won me over. Top marks to Margot Robbie for giving us the same surprise with her Saint Laurent back bow.” – Julia Frank, junior producer.



“Emma Watson always makes incredibly elegant choices for the red carpet. A lesser composed actress wouldn’t have been able to pull this off.” – Zara Wong, online editor/fashion features editor.



“Camila Alves looks stunning… but maybe it’s because of her attractive handbag disguised as Matthew McConaughey.” – Mandy Alex, art director.



“Leonardo DiCaprio could be wearing a potato sack and he’d still be my favourite red carpet look.” – Mandy Alex, art director.



“Julia Roberts is lovely in Givenchy, a massively modern and elegant improvement on her last red carpet appearance at the Golden Globes.” – Alexandra Brown, editorial co-ordinator/arts writer.



“Kate is the epitome of the classic glamorous movie star here. The structured shoulders and draping on the back keeps the look modern and classy.” – Lilith Hardie Lupica, online intern.


Source: Vogue Australia

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