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Hollywood made their grand entry on the red carpet for the 91st Academy Awards.

On Sunday 24 February, The Oscars will check the terrific finale of honor season, giving individuals from the film business one final opportunity to scoop the most desired honors in the business and hotshot their style ability’

While the night is tied in with celebrating cinematographic ability and inventiveness, the design frequently becomes the overwhelming focus and with any semblance of Lady Gaga, Emma Stone and Olivia Colman in participation, you can hope to see some fantastic looks.

A year ago, celebrity central encountered a seismic move with a large number of Hollywood’s stars meeting up in the help of the Time’s Up development through every singlec dark troupe at the Golden Globes and BAFTAs.

There is no such dress code at the Oscar award ceremony, It only advocating style autonomy. Some stars showed their support by wearing Time’s Up pin, while others prefer to wear Frances McDormand.

The Academy Award red carpet is all about an international platform for both designers and actors to showcase their creativity. But, who will have the look that everybody is discussing for quite a long time, weeks, and even a very long time to come? look at the list of the best-dressed celebrities whose looks burns fine on the red carpet.

1. Olivia Colman looked royal in an emerald green high-neck dress by Prada with a long grey-colored train.

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2. Black Panther’s Michael B. Jordan, Letetia Wright, Danai Gurira, Winston Duke, Zinzi Evans and Ryan Coogler rocked a cool shade of grey, gold, blush pink and black outfits on the red carpet

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3. Kiki Layne sported a gigantic bow at the back of her structured baby pink dress, which was custom-made by Atelier Versace.

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4. Emma Stone shone like a ruby in this burgundy and gold-hued Louis Vuitton dress.

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5. Lady Gaga wore a dark strapless Alexander McQueen dress with dark latex gloves for the occasion. She joined the look with the popular canary yellow ‘Tiffany’ jewel possessed by Tiffany and Co. Audrey Hepburn wore the apropos named precious stone in an accessory in exposure photographs for Breakfast At Tiffany’s in 1962.

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6. Sarah Paulson dazed in a wide floor-length fuchsia pink dress by Brandon Maxwell on celebrity main street.

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7. Lucy Boynton encapsulated Hollywood marvelous in this purple and dark off-the-bear number by Rodarte. Malek, in the mean time, decided on a dark Saint Laurent tuxedo.

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8. Allison Janney sported a structured V-neck black dress by Pamella Roalnd for the Oscar event.

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9. Never one to pass up a chance to overflow her style ability on celebrity main street, Jennifer Lopez looked perfect in this high-neck sleeved silver dress by Tom Ford.

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10. Glenn Close, designated for the best performing artist, was apparently enlivened by the Oscar statuette for her head-to-toe gold outfit via Carolina Herrera that highlighted a story clearing cape.

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11. Amy Adams wore an understated white column dress for the occasion with Cartier jewelry looking simply beautiful.

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12. Billy Porter defied fashion norms on the red carpet with a velvet tuxedo dress designed by Christian Siriano. His weird fashion style steel the Red carpet.

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13. Japanese organizing guru Marie Kondo chose a pale pink lace gown with floral embellishments by Jenny Packham for the occassion.

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14. Octavia Spencer attends the 91st Annual Academy Awards wearing an elegant off-the-shoulder gown in navy blue.

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15. Linda Cardellini took the unsettle pattern and kept running with it for her Oscars look in a dress that fell with the detail from best to-toe.

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16. Gemma Chan chose a fuschia pink Valentino gown with tiered layers and a Victoriana collar.

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