These Are the Runway Dresses We Want to See on the Oscars Red Carpet
Attention celebrity stylists! The Oscars are now less than a week away. Speculation is rife about which nominees will collect the idols. But what will they wear when they do? From Valentino’s androgynous evening wear to Loewe’s Delphic draping, the Autumn/Winter 2023 runways were littered with irresistible red-carpet choices.
Some would say that the Oscars, as the biggest night of the awards season calendar, demand maximum drama: trains taking half a limo, princess-examination of ruffles, and enough sequins to see from space. But less can be more even when millions of people are watching.
Google Martha Plimpton wore vintage in 1989
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For proof, just Google Martha Plimpton wearing vintage in 1989, or Lupita Nyong’o’s powder-blue Prada from 2014. I would love to see Look 19 from Jonathan Anderson’s Simultaneously Simple and Real Autumn Winter 2023 Loewe Collection on Zendaya.
Cate Blanchett mastered both an ultra glam and an impeccably tailored look on the red carpet long ago. I’m really a fan of when she combines both aesthetics with a decor-friendly ensemble — like the custom embellished Alexander McQueen floral top she wore with tailored trousers in 2020.
Many of the looks seen from Alexander McQueen’s Autumn/Winter 2023 show deserve an outing on the red carpet but look 46 was made for Oscar night. Simpler than some of the glittery ruffled dresses dancing Sarah Burton’s runway, the gown features a sculpted silhouette with a peaked bustier neckline. This has achieved by using careful in-house manufacturing and stitching techniques.
Julien Dossena’s most recent collection at Paco Rabanne (a tribute to the late, legendary designer, who died in February 2023) features myriad pieces that exude both confident sexiness and pure refinement. I love the Oscars for Stephanie Hsu in Look 30. Participating in