After a long night of Jennifer Lawrence falling down (again) this time on the red carpet, Pharrel‘s Lanvin shorttux followed by a gif worthy performance of Lupita Nyong’O, Amy Adams and Meryl Streep dancing with him in THE Westwood hat, Ellen DeGeneres getting pizza for everyone and taking the most EPIC group selfie of all time (scroll down to the end of the post to see it!), Jared Leto and Lupita Nyong’O giving us teary eyes with their acceptance speeches and unfortunately some technical issues that took place more than once throughout the show, it’s time to go back to the beginning of the night and check out the red carpet again.
A wonderful surprise for me was Charlize Theron; it wasn’t a surprise because she was beautiful as hell but because I didn’t know she was going to attend. Never thought I’d say this after year 2000 but those invisible straps on Dior are MAGICAL. Two non-surprises were Lupita (I can not write her surname for the third time, it’s hard) and Cate Blanchett which not a single time in history wore something that I didn’t like. That embellished Giorgio Armani nude gown and more importantly those earrings are what a Best Actress winner should adorn herself with (that’s right I’m talking to you, Amy Adams in that soulless navy Gucci and weird hair, it seems like you didn’t at all believe that you’re gonna win. Nice earrings though.)
Lupita is another topic on her own, with her custom made Nairobi Blue Prada sparkly princess gown, which I normally would hate on anyone else or myself, and a signature headband on her semi-mohawk (and a tiny little golden man as the best accessory ever). However, I think the most memorable look of the night was Kate Hudson in a plunging Versace with a sculptural cape detail. If only she were nominated for something.
Click through to see all the looks (best and meh) from the night including Anne Hathaway in Gucci, Jennifer Lawrence in Dior, Naomi Wattz in Calvin Klein and Olivia Wilde in Valentino.
image sources: e online, elle, twitter