Red Carpet Ready ~ The Oscars

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Chris Hardwick and Lydia Hearst Elton John’s AIDS Foundation

“Look here, hey over here, look to your left, look to your right, it’s me” hundreds of photographers shout to each celebrity on the Oscars’ red carpet. Getting to this moment in the day takes a team putting together the best dressed celebrity. There are many red carpets in Hollywood on the day of The Academy Awards. The personal brand image plays no higher importance than on this day when thousands of cameras are capturing every detail.

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Lady Gaga Oscars Red Carpet

2016 Oscars red carpet presented exceptional design, style, and fashion. The classic designs to a jump suit takes the styling to a personal level. The couple of the evening was Leo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet.

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Kate Winslet & Leo DiCaprio Oscars Red Carpet

The real miss of the evening was Heidi Klum.  The design and styling is the worst dressed. The layers of mixed materials and large flowers were only part of the problem. The diagonal cut with the peek-a-boo cleavage was just awkward. We agree there were some real misses on the red carpet this year, including Kate Winslet.

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Heidi Klum Oscars Red Carpet

The team’s best dressed was Olivia Wilde. This stunning Valentino Haute Couture gown provided a bare back and beautiful cleavage. The chocker provided an additional sex appeal. Gabriel, @GabrielStylesU, stated, “One think I feel all females lacked last night was accessories.”

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Olivia Wilde Oscars Red Carpet

The red carpets are endless on this night in Hollywood.  There are all the after parties, viewing parties, and more. Vanity Fair held an exceptional event and had a fun red carpet. Elton John always has a viewing party for his Aids Foundation. The other parties include:

  • Governor’s Ball
  • Fox After Party
  • InStyle Oscar Viewing Party
  • Oscar Salute
  • Mercedes-Benz USA & African American Film Critics Association Oscar Viewing Party
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Chris Hardwick and Lydia Hearst Vanity Fair After Oscars Party

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This day of ceremonies and parties requires detail to every aspect of styling and design. Photographers capturing every aspect of a celebrities looks. A team of:
This team spends months preparing all details for each look the celebrity will need for the evening full of events. Sean James, make-up and hair stylist to the stars, says,

“You know there are so many images that day on the red carpet. When
you are getting ready for a red carpet event go through some images
that you might want to look like. What are you going for as a look?
Remember head texture and what is important when choosing your
preferred look. This is even a good idea for men. What do they want
to do? Do they want spiky and short? He doesn’t want to be slick or
more gel. There is so many choices these days with Instagram
and Pinterest, make sure you choose the one that’s right for you.”

Sean James did Chris Hardwick‘s look for the two red carpet event he attended for the Oscars this year. Sean James has styled Jamie Lee Curtis, worked with Talking Dead actors, Kim Kardashian, and many more.
The stylist’s job is to bring all looks together that the team has envisioned for the celebrity. Gabriel Styles U, says, “Bringing one’s image to life is simple. BE YOURSELF. Don’t conform to what people want or think you should look like. Wear your clothing with confidence smile and seize the day.” Gabriel has styled:

Send us your best and worst dress celebrities from the Oscars and after party red carpets in the comments below.

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