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Twitter Reacts To Oscar Fashion

By Kristy Puchko | Film | February 25, 2019 |

By Kristy Puchko | Film | February 25, 2019 |


Who was the best dressed at the Academy Awards? Who made a mess of their Oscar look? Twitter weighed in. Now it’s your turn.

The Favourite’s Emma Stone went with something sweet.

Her co-star and fellow Best Supporting Actress nominee Rachel Weisz went wild.

A Star Is Born’s Lady Gaga went post-modern, mixing classic Hollywood glamor with leather and a stark silhouette.

Tidying Up’s Marie Kondo sparked joy.

Spider-Man: Into The Spiderverse’s John Mulaney refused to go with boring black tux route.

Chris Evans was a good boy.

Charlize Theron came to slay.

Crazy Rich Asians’s Gemma Chan gave us a dream dress in every sense.

While her co-star Henry Golding was giving off 007 vibes.

Can You Ever Forgive Me’s Melissa McCarthy stunned in black and pale pink.

While BlacKkKlansman writer/director Spike Lee turned out with vibrant colors and a bit of film history on his knuckles.

Before she took home the Oscar for Best Costumes, Black Panther’s designer Ruth E. Carter took our breath away.

All-Star Shangela knows how to steal a scene.

Okay, so Glenn Close didn’t win, but she was golden.

Eighth Grade’s Elsie Fisher has been killing it on red carpets all award season, and she did not disappoint bringing this chic androgyny to the show.

Please cast Amy Poehler to play Elsie’s mom or grown up version or I don’t care put them in a movie together now and more times.

But of all the amazing looks on the red carpet, the one that had us absolutely gagging on the eleganza was Pose’s Billy Porter in a velvet tuxedo gown.

It took her a second, but Glenn Close definitely approves.

Share your pics for best and worst Oscar looks below.

Kristy Puchko is the managing editor of Pajiba. You can follow her on Twitter.

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