Oscars 2015 Review — The Best Red Carpet Looks

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The Oscars 2015 have come and gone, and we loved every minute of it. From the emotional moment Eddie Redmyne won the  award for best actor thanks to his amazing performance in The Theory Of Everything, to Patricia Arquette’s acceptance speech focused on women’s rights, the good moments of the night were many.

One of our favorite parts, obviously, was the Red Carpet. Like ever year, the stars and their plus-ones paraded in front of the cameras, showered by the flashes of photographers ready to expose the best-dressed as well as all the wardrobe malfunctions. Many have already made their lists of best and worst, and we say it’s our turn now. Here are our favorite Red Carpet looks 2015 for you to love and be inspired by.

Revolutionary Red


Dakota Johnson, Behati Prinsloo and Rosamund Pike look stunningly fierce in their flaming dresses of choice. A perfect example of red carpet risks that definitely paid off.

Wonderful White


Best actress award winner Julianne Moore in Chanel, Marion Cotillard in Dior and Lupita Nyong’o in Calvin Klein are spotless and enchanting while posing flawlessly on the red carpet.

Gorgeous Gowns


Apparently, Jennifer Lopez and Felicity Jones chose the princess way. No regrets there.

Daring and Dazzling


Actresses Emma Stone, Margot Robbie and Keira Knightley definitely won the award for best dressed. In Elie Saab, Saint Laurent and Valentino, these three muses rock the red carpet like no other.

Marvellous Men


But let’s not forget the guys! Just because they are wearing tuxedos, it doesn’t mean that they can’t shine in the crowd. Best actor award winner Eddie Redmyne is classy, Jared Leto is eccentric as usual and Neil Patrick Harris plus husband David Burtka are just the best.

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