Since its creation in 1929, the Oscars ceremony has had the opportunity to welcome many celebrities, each more stylish than the next. Year after year, unforgettable and iconic outfits have forever marked the prestigious red carpet. Halle Berry for example, made a contribution to the edifice by landing with a magnificent dress signed Elie Saab. That night, in 2002, the actress not only made an impression, but also history by becoming the first black woman to win the trophy for best actress for her role in “In the Shadow of Hate” .
Anne Hathaway for her part, appeared in 2013, in a long powder pink dress that caused a lot of ink to flow. Indeed, the actress had to choose this dress at the last minute when she learned that one of her colleagues was going to wear a model very similar to the one she had planned to wear. In addition, the particular shape of the dress let reveal the chest of the young woman, which had the effect of attracting all eyes on her. Other celebrities (to be discovered in the slideshow) such as Angelina Jolie, Cher or Kate Winslet have also marked the history of the Oscars by adopting the black dress, but in their own way.
Angela Bassett, Sarah Paulson, Gemma Chan: the fuchsia dress at the Oscars
These three actresses have chosen to light up the ceremony by bringing color to the red carpet. Indeed, all three have adopted fuchsia with elegance and grace. Angela Bassett, one of the heroines of the series “American Horror Story” dazzled us in her magnificent fuchsia dress adorned with an oversized sleeve, a train and a slit that revealed her legs. During the 2019 ceremony, Sarah Paulson, meanwhile, opted for an original dress signed Brandon Maxwell. The same ceremony also unveiled the very chic outfit of Gemma Chan, the star of the movie “Crazy Rich Asians”. The young woman called on the Italian fashion house Valentino to design THE dress that made her shine at the 91st Academy Awards. Class in pink!
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