The Oscars 2014 – the looks you didn’t see

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The moment we have all been waiting for, The Oscars red carpet! I have to admit that I actually liked most outfits on the carpet. The trends included light-colored sparkly or appliqued dresses and understated makeup and hair. Here are a few of the looks that you have have not seen…
Portia de Rossi wore Naeem Khan.

Naomi Watts was white hot in her beaded Calvin Klein Collection cap-sleeved dress and Bulgari jewels.

Kate Hudson in a gown by Atelier Versace.

Kelly Osbourne

Kerry Washington in a Jason Wu gown.

Kristin Chenoweth couldn’t be missed in Roberto Cavalli’s sculpted metallic gown and a coordinated Jimmy Choo clutch.

Maria Menunos

A feathered skirt was an airy addition to Jenna Dewan-Tatum’s fully embellished Reem Acra gown.

Lady Gaga in what I can only imagine is Versace

Chrissy Teigen made a sweet turn in Monique Lhuillier’s pink-and-black number.

Charlize Theron accessorised her Dior Couture black gown with $15 million worth of Harry Winston diamonds.

Sandra Bullock in Alexander McQueen
Sheherazade Goldsmith and Alfonso Cuarón, who wore a Prada suit.
Emma Watson in Vera Wang
I had a lot of trouble deciding on a best dressed for the ladies; it’s between Portia, Charlize, Naomi and Jenna Dewan-Tatum… So I decided to pick a guy for the coveted nom. Pharrell Williams looked awesome in his cropped tux, kudos for the bold move on one of the most important (and fancy) red carpets of the awards season! 
Pharrell Williams in Lanvin
Images and info courtesy of: British VogueCosmopolitan and Fab Sugar



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