The Oscars proved to be filled with especially extraordinary fashion this year, even if the winners were a bit of a snooze. (Where was the justice for Timothée, Saiorse, and Get Out??) From Rita Moreno revisiting her glamorous 1962 gown to Tiffany Haddish representing her heritage on the carpet, these were the best style moments.
Rita Moreno Revisiting A Classic
After winning Best Supporting Actress in 1962 for her role in West Side Story, we thought we’d sadly seen the last of Moreno’s iconic printed gown. How wrong we were.
Rita Moreno then (1962) and now (2018) in her upcycled dress, the very same (with a reworked bodice) she wore when she won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress in West Side Story . . . . #ritamoreno #inspiration #redcarpet #vintagedress #westsidestory #academyawards #upcycle #sustainablefashion #oscars2018 #vintagelove #vintagelife #dressrecycle #circleoflife #1960sfashion #60sdress #1960svintage #retrostyle #retrofashion #thenandnow #herstory
Tiffany Haddish Representing Her Father and Her Heritage
Haddish donned an Eritrean princess dress to honor her late father and his homeland of Eritrea.
Saoirse Ronan Delivering Artful Pink Majesty
Ronan unfortunately did not take home an Oscar last night, but her Calvin Klein by Appointment gown actually was a last-minute nominee for Best Picture.
Timothée Chalamet in All White
Chalamet was robbed by an Academy that favors old men, but he still dazzled in an all-white tuxedo.
Nicole Kidman in An Electric Blue Bow
Nicole may have kept her work focused more on television this year, but that didn’t stop her from stealing the show on this year’s Oscar’s red carpet in Armani.