Every year millions wait with bated breath for the biggest event from the World of Glitz and Glamour – The Oscars.
Someone who really stood apart and dazzled this year was Lupita Nyong‘o in a Prada, colored pale blue coupled with an embellished headband by Fred Leighton.
The Girl, who can catch fire – J.Lawrence, was in no mood to be left behind – A Neil Lane diamond Necklace – 100 Carats – valued at roughly $2 Million, accentuated her fiery Dior Ensemble.
Cate Blanchett went 33 Carat Opal which meshed well with the tan color beaded gown from Armani. All in all, the nights in trends were colors which were a little mute.
Old School found takers as well with Jessica Biel sporting a Chanel sparkler doused with Tiffany diamonds. This year the flavor was blue and pink sans much experimentation. Although plunging necklines were not completely amiss, it was moderated and sans any overtones.
While some felt Nyong’o redefined the princess gown and the tiara, Jennifer Lawrence with the bob hair (swept back) did seem to carry off the ruffle on her dress which was designed fit form rather than the complete gown from the previous year.
While Sandra Bullock stunned in a deep tone navy blue shapely ensemble with pleats and drapes, wearing her hair side swept, Charlize Theron brought back classic in an elegant Dior in ever resplendent black.
Amy Adams in her navy column fold over – strapless lapel like Gucci looked worth every bit of the 18 Karat Tiffany gems that she wore.
The men looked crisp and snazzy in their Armani tuxes and D & J Jackets, with Leonardo stealing the show. A Fashion Faux Pas was available as well in the form of the controversial dress worn by Liza Minnelli which cared to reveal more than intended no thanks to her rather forgetful nature.