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This week, Gwen and Weekly senior reporter Travis Cronin displayed their favorite looks on the Oscar red carpet. The Oscar was held on February 9 at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles and the A list hit the carpet bringing its usual glamor. Among some of our favorite looks: Brie Larsen in her sexy top-level rose gold Celine dress by Hedi Slimane, Scarlett Johansson at a structured silver strapless Oscar de la Renta and, of course, Janelle Monae, dressed in a custom hood Ralph Lauren dress inlaid with 168,000 crystals!
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We love Charlize Theron's eternal elegance (wearing Dior, natch) and how envious we are for Regina King and her body. Although Travis believes she may have been helped thanks to the stellar construction of the Atelier Versace dress, she rocked. Speaking of phenomenal physicists, Julia Louis-Dreyfus was perfection in Vera Wang.
Kristen Wiig at the 92nd Annual Academy Awards on February 9, 2020 in Los Angeles, California. Shutterstock
The most chic and elegant looks of the night were made by Chanel (we are looking for you, Penelope Cruz, Margot Robbie, Margaret Qualley and Lucy Boynton!) Find out all about the looks we love and which may have benefited from small adjustments.
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And the social style statement award goes to Natalie Portman, whose cover honored directors that the Academy did not recognize this year.
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But, as with any major Hollywood event, it wasn't all worth it. Some looks were … interesting, to say the least. Take, for example, Sandra Oh's Elie Saab number with gigantic and questionable sleeves and while we love the funny lady Maya Rudolph (can she and Kristen Wiig host the Emmys?), Her huge rust shine Valentino eclipsed her frame. Funny, the weirdest moment of the style was for comedy partner Wiig and her angry rectangular red Valentino. Listen to the episode and stay slim!
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