Oscars 2022: Hollywood actors set fashion goals

Oscars 2022: Here’s how the actors’ created a fashion statement on the red carpet this year


The 94th Annual Oscars are finally here and it has been the craziest star-studded affair.

All the Hollywood stars made sure to make an unforgettable appearance on the red carpet with their Oscar-worthy designer pieces. Risk-taking style, without precedent for quite a long while, is paying off on the honorary pathway. In any case, in an extended period of fantastic lavishness, a small bunch of stars stuck out.

Ahead, are the men and women who bamboozled us with their fashion looks for the night!

Kristen Stewart in Chanel

Kristen Stewart made sure to be herself on the red carpet wearing a fine-cut tuxedo along with a silk shirt with only one button fasten. What made the grab eyeballs were the Chanel hot pants she paired the whole look with. Stewart made it to the Oscars with her fiance Dylan Meyer.

Timothee Chalamet in Louis Vuitton

The ‘Dune’ nominee decided to bedazzle a little bit for the red carpet by wearing a customized Louis Vuitton suit sans a shirt underneath the coat, making heads turn with his look.

Nicole Kidman in Armani Prive

Nicole Kidman was nominated for her movie Being the Ricardos. She made her entrance with this beautiful gown by Armani Prive. The pastel gray gown is just something to die for! The gown looks brilliantly made especially the peplum-ish ruffle around the waist and the lean flow below the waist is just so perfect.

Andrew Garfield in Sant Laurent

Oscar nominee Andrew Garfield steps on the red carpet wearing a velvet suit by Sant Laurent with a bow tie, an Omega watch, and a customized David Yurman ring. He made sure to make it simple but at the same time look stunning.

Lupita Nyong’o in Prada

Lupita Nyong’o has always killed it when it came to her red carpet looks. The actress made sure to step in for the Oscars wearing a leopard sequin dress, with pink cat spots and shards of gold spangles around her gown. Lupita has always been known for coming up with extraordinary ideas when it comes to attires for events and makes sure to carry them so well.

Rami Malek in Prada

Rami Malek, who’s known for his commendable performances in movies arrived on the red carpet this year wearing a sophisticated Prada suit completing it with Cartier jewelry pieces for the night. The actor made sure to be there in order to support his recent movie ‘No Time To Die’.

Jada Pinkett Smith in Jean-Paul Gaultier

Jada Pinkett Smith killed the hunter green taffeta dress for this year’s Oscar. The gown was created by two designers, Jean-Paul Gaultier and Glenn Martens. Jada Pinkett Smith made sure to step up the game with her insane amount of ruffles that flowed behind her gracefully.

Jason Momoa in Savile Row

Jason Momoa walked on the red carpet this time wearing an astonishing upcycled tuxedo for the night. But what caught everyone’s attention was his hair. He styled it in a french braid and a pink scrunchie. Either way, he made sure he looked dazzling tonight.

Zendaya in Valentino

Zendaya’s outfits for any event speak volumes. The ‘Dune’ actress looked like a fallen star from above in her outfit by Valentino. She donned a couture buttoned-up cropped top along with a long silver sequined skirt to go with it. As she stepped on the carpet she was greeted with cheers from fans.

Simu Liu in Versace

Simu Liu, known for his performance in Marvel’s Shang-Chi, posed on the red carpet wearing an all-red suit from Versace, along with some black patent loafers. He made sure to accessorize the whole look with some gold pieces of jewelry that represented his onscreen character from the Marvel movie.

Also Read: Here’s How This Oscars 2022 Shall Be Remembered Forever: From Will Smith’s Win To Globally Popular BTS Presenting

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