The List of Best and Worst Dressed at Oscars 2018


Yesterday evening everyone’s attention was at the most famous Red Carpet ever, the Oscars, which also celebrated its 90th anniversary. Even this year, the ceremony was hosted by Jimmy Kimmel and he amused everyone during the entire ceremony. This year there were no surprises at the Oscars, because it was very obvious who was going to win in each category, and the organizers made sure there were no mistakes this time when presenting the Award for Best Picture.

The highlight of the evening was for sure Frances McDormand, who won the award for the Actress in the Leading Role for her movie Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri. It wasn’t special the fact that she won Best Actress, but her emotional speech was all about women and she made every woman present in the ceremony stand up and congratulated them for their achievements and their strength.

But, let’s get back to the amusing part, the beginning of the ceremony, which involves every famous personality walking on the Red Carpet. This year we thought we would expect more from our favorite stars, but our list for best dressed is quite short. Despite this fact, everyone had given major importance to their look and something quite notable were the amazing and vibrant jewelry the stars wore. The Rebel Heart would distinguish Jane Fonda among all the personalities who attended the Academy Awards, because she showed to every woman out there that age has no limit. She proved that beauty will forever last and her look made us all dream about becoming like her one day. Her timeless beauty and her elegance at only 80 years old is something to always keep in mind. Let’s move along with our favorite outfits that include Jennifer Lawrence in Dior, Taraji P. Henson who was quite sexy in that Vera Wang dress, Margot Robbie in Chanel, Gal Gadot in Givenchy, Jane Fonda in Balmain, etc.


Margot Robbie in Chanel


Jennifer Lawrence in Dior



Gal Gadot in Givenchy



Emily Blunt in Schiaparelli



Zendaya in Giambattista Valli



Taraji P. Henson in Vera Wang



Jane Fonda in Balmain



Lupita Nyong’O in Atelier Versace


The list of worst dressed includes Salma Hayek in Gucci, Emma Stone in Louis Vuitton, Whoopi Goldberg, etc. This year we were quite surprised by Emma Stone, because she chose to be very simple at the Red Carpet, but that simplicity was not right for such event as the Oscars. Whoopi is always different and always unique with her look, but she did not made us like her outfit this time.


Emma Stone in Louis Vuitton



Selma Hayek in Gucci



Whoopi Goldberg in Christian Siriano



Saoirse Ronan in Calvin Klein



Viola Davis in Michael Kors



St Vincent in Saint Laurent


Following a great show on the red carpet, the Oscars evening gave way to the moment the nominations were announced. The 90th Academy Awards took place at Dolby Theatre, Hollywood. There was a strong competition between “The Shape of Water” and “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” movies, but it was “The Shape of Water” to win the Oscar, with thirteen nominations. Guillermo Del Toro got his second Oscar, and also won the Best Director award.


The complete winners’ list:

Best Picture: ‘The Shape of Water’
Actress in a Leading Role: Frances McDormand for ‘Three Billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri’
Actor in a Leading Role: Gary Oldman for ‘Darkest Hour’
Directing: Guillermo del Toro for ‘The Shape of Water’
Original Song: Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez for ‘Remember Me’ from ‘Coco’
Original Score: Alexandre Desplat for ‘The Shape of Water’
Cinematography: Roger A. Deakins for ‘Blade Runner 2049’
Original Screenplay: Jordan Peele for ‘Get Out’
Adapted Screenplay: James Ivory for ‘Call Me by Your Name’
Short Film (Live Action): Chris Overton and Rachel Shenton for ‘The Silent Child’
Documentary Short Subject: Frank Stiefel for ‘Heaven Is a Traffic Jam on the 405’
Film Editing: Lee Smith for ‘Dunkirk’
Visual Effects: John Nelson, Gerd Nefzer, Paul Lambert and Richard R. Hoover for ‘Blade Runner 2049’
Animated Feature Film: Lee Unkrich and Darla K. Anderson for ‘Coco’
Animated Short Film: Kobe Bryant and Glen Keane for ‘Dear Basketball’
Best Actress in a Supporting Role: Allison Janney for ‘I, Tonya’
Foreign Language Film: ‘A Fantastic Woman’
Production Design: Paul Denham Austerberry, Shane Vieau, and Jeffrey A. Melvin for ‘The Shape of Water’
Sound Mixing: Gregg Landaker, Gary A. Rizzo and Mark Weingarten for ‘Dunkirk’
Sound Editing: Richard King and Alex Gibson for ‘Dunkirk’
Documentary (Feature): ‘Icarus’

Best Actor in a Supporting Role: Sam Rockwell for Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri


Photos are courtesy of Rex Features

Written by: Enxhi Tufina


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