The Oscars, which took place on February 24, have finally come and gone - yet the drama of the annual event continues on. Between Seth McFarlane's jokes and the surprise dance numbers, the most magnetic force was definitely the fashion.
We saw everything from Fan Bingbing's fuchsia princess gown to Halle Berry's sparkling shoulders in her dress from Versace. If a dress wasn't glittery or voluminous, it was probably red or white. These two colors dominated on the red carpet, and Hollywood glamour was out in full-force.
The belle of the ball was, of course, Jennifer Lawrence, whose fishtail dress was perfectly fitted through the hips and then exploded at the knees. Dressed in Dior Haute Couture, she definitely blew everyone away.
Another familiar and famous lady who set the trend at the ceremony was screen legend, Sally Field. The Lincoln actress and two time Oscar-winner traipsed onto the carpet in a full-length, sleeved Valentino Couture gown that really belongs in my closet, if you ask me. As a nominee this year, she was appropriate scene-stealing in more ways than one.
Other comment-worthy looks came from Charlize Theron in a striking white Dior gown, Jennifer Aniston in a red Valentino dress, Anne Hathaway in a so-bright-it's-almost-white pink gown by Prada, and Amanda Seyfried in a pale Armani Prive.