Red Carpet Trends at the 84th Oscars Edition

Year after year people wait impatiently for the Oscars’ evening. The reason? Some of them want to find out which movie wins what award, but most of them are dying to see the actresses’ dresses. Some trends could be noticed in 2012.

First of all, long dresses were a common rule. Naturally, one might say, as this is what such a glamorous event requires. However, the actresses did not fail to revel other parts of their body be means of strapless or low-cut dresses. Invited by the Academy Awards to present the Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay, Angelina Jolie revealed her right leg from under an Atelier Versace black velvet dress.

One could think the Red Carpet became a bridal fashion catwalk from the amount of white dresses to be displayed during this evening. Even Gwyneth Paltrow, who was unanimously voted as having the most impeccable look, was wearing a imaculate white gown by Tom Ford. Other white mermaids enchanted the public’s eyes. The 38 year old Chinese actress and singer Li Bing Bing seemed to have descended from a fairy tale in her Georges Chakra white gown and generously revealing a Lana Marks diamond clutch. The French Berenice Bejo gracefully walked down the Red Carpet in an off-white/green mint dress signed by the famous Lebanese fashion designer Elie Saab. The same signature and the same color choices were made by the sexy Milla Jovovich.

Red was another trend color adopted by those who were not afraid to compete with the carpet. Mischievous and elegant, Michelle Williams made some surprising color combinations: an orange-red Louis Vuitton dress and a pink Bottega Venetta purse. Natalie Portman walked down the red carpet of the Kodak Center in a Dior Haute Couture polka dress. Last year, the pregnant Natalie Portman was picking up her Oscar for Best Actress for her role in Black Swan in a purple dress. This year, she was handing the Best Actor Award in a red vintage style dress with black dots, whose cut recalls the old Hollywood black and the red and black combination, the Roaring Twenties.

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