The Couture Looks We’d Love Celebs to Wear to the Oscars
The Spring 2018 Couture collections wrapped up in January in Paris, and given their proximity to the 2018 Academy Awards, you can be sure the audience was filled with A-list stylists scouting out the best looks for their celebrity clients to rock on the red carpet come March 4. Today, we’re playing stylist and matching the swoon-worthy gowns on the runway to the nominees we’d love to see them in.
Given the I, Tonya star’s love for pastels and dramatic feminine accents, this Ralph & Russo gown is a frontrunner.
How badass would the Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri lead look in this semi-monastic Givenchy ensemble?
Monochromatic and modest are two features that seem to dominate The Post protagonist and 21-time Oscar nominee’s red carpet choices, making this Christian Dior dress a no-brainer.
The 23-year-old star of Lady Bird has been making some bold moves on the red carpet lately, which is why we’d love to see her in this sheer, sparkly Chanel number. (Bonus points if she wears the matching booties.)
The star of The Shape of Water favours asymmetrical and structural silhouettes, making this Givenchy ensemble a serious contender.
This tailored Christian Dior outfit with a corset-like bodice would be the perfect choice for the star of Phantom Thread.
How elegant would the matriarch of Lady Bird look in this sleek, minimally accented gown from Armani Prive?
This Giambattista Valli gown combines two of the Shape of Water actress’s sartorial loves: an off-shoulder silhouette and jewel tones.
The statuesque actress favours sleek column silhouettes—and isn’t averse to sparkles either—making this Valentino dress an ideal candidate for her big night as a nominee for I, Tonya.
Mary J Blige
Feathers, sequins, and metallics—this Elie Saab gown is the holy trifecta for the Mudbound double-nominee.
The star of Get Out, which is nominated in the Best Picture category, has been bringing her A-game to the red carpet lately. This vibrant Viktor & Rolf gown is a daring and unconventional choice, one that we’re confident Williams can pull off.
This Best Director nominee (for Lady Bird) has a playful, whimsical style, which is why we think this surrealist Schiaparelli gown has her name written all over it.
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