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the oscars 2015
The movie world’s leading stars were in high spirits at the 2015 Oscars, ensuring it was truly a night to remember. Romance, red carpet frolics, comedy and even a dose of girl power, the Academy Awards had it all – captivating millions of viewers and dominating social media around the globe.
The most glam A-listers pulled out all the stops at the Academy Award on Sunday night. Months had been spent planning their designer gowns, dazzling accessories and beauty looks, and the leading ladies surpassed expectations as they took to the red carpet.
Thanks to +HELLO! magazine, here’s a little insight into Wedding Dresses inspired by the Oscars 2015…
Lady Gaga certainly made a statement with her Alaia gown. The newly engaged singer, who is set to wed actor Taylor Kinney, could have been dropping hints as to what she’ll wear on her big day. The Just Dance hitmaker opted for a shimmering white billowing ball gown – an iconic shape in the world of wedding dresses.
Joining her in the big and beautiful dresses category, Jennifer Lopez took fellow attendees’ breath away when she donned her princess-inspired Elie Saab gown. For brides wishing to steal her style, Elie and fellow Lebanese fashion designer Zuhair Murad are both the epitome of glitter and sparkle.
Jennifer Aniston shimmered as she walked down the red carpet in her Atelier Versace gown.
Another star who channelled old Hollywood glamour was Julianne Moore. The red-haired beauty, who was shortlisted for Actress in a Leading Role, was a vision in white in a custom-made Chanel dress.
The actress looked like a true piece of art with her pearl-embroidered number catching the light as she turned for the cameras. Julianne’s dress would also be perfect for the vintage bride, while its strapless cut echoed a more traditional shape.
Marion Cotillard, who was competing in the same category as Julianne, opted for her beloved Christian Dior. The French starlet turned heads in a full-length gown, which featured a high neckline and shimmery circular pattern. It was Marion’s train, however, that had fashionistas and brides talking, as the flowing material trailed behind her on the red carpet.
Another standout white dress belonged to Lupita Nyong’o. The 12 Years a Slave star pulled out all the stops, wearing a truly show-stopping piece that featured a plunging neckline and cleavage cut-out, that would suit the more risqué bride.
Made of 6,000 pearls, Lupita’s dress fit her body amazingly and despite its weight, the actress glided down the red carpet without effort.
American sweetheart Reese Witherspoon and blonde beauty Gwyneth Paltrow both drew attention to their upper bodies, as Reese rocked a monochrome off-the-shoulder Tom Ford number, while Gwyneth wore a dusky pink one-shouldered gown.
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