From the iconic dress Grace Kelly wore in 1955 to Keira Knightly's Vera Wang pick, a look at revolutionary fashion from the Academy Awards.
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Oscar Dresses That Made Fashion History | TIME
Bjork dress....Lupita´s....anything J-Lo...Celine Dion big diamond...Audrey´s Givenchys...Halle Berry...I mena, this guy keeps saying about being inovative getting the audience´s attention and yet he does not mention any of the above- J-Lo has contantly stunned with her sex pose, which she does for our own pleasure, quite deliberetaly.
This narrator makes dresses sound more amazing and interesting than they've ever been, I can feel the passion through his narrative. He had me hooked talking about the beautiful and incredibly talented, Grace Kelly.
I loved all of it up until Jennifer Lawrence. It just looks like someone took a Baywatch swimsuit and turned it into a dress. Even her hair was a la baywatch. Cant get more boring than that. Was she really the best that year? The next hallmark dress? She beautiful, definitely. But...the dress?
Wow, such lousy choices with those VAPID actresses like Gryneth Saltrow, Ooma Fermin and Silda Twinton -- all BORING outfits. Where is Rita Moreno's 1961 dress which resurfaced 58 years later, slightly altered? That is such a message for sustainability -- NOT like some of the flash-in-the-pan choices here.
Are you kidding? You chose Chloe Sevigny's dress which is nothing more than a Black version of Marilyn Monroe's Seven Year Itch Dress? Try WInona Ryder in Channel black gothic lace in 1997. Also try Lupita Nyong's sky blue Prada gown, Audrey Hepburn's 1954 Givenchy gown, Charlize Theron's Red Dior gown & silver sequin 2004 gowns, & Halle Berry's 2002 gown.
My favorite Oscar gowns of all time was the powder blue Prada worn by Lupita in 2015 I believe it was. That dress wouldn't have looked half as good in anybody else, the color againt her skin was perfect, & she's got a very lean, athletic body type & the neckline really showed that off. And the simple headband & coral lip were the perfect finishing touches. Other fav, Kate Blanchett's gunmetal one shoulder Armani Prive gown, can't remember the exact year, 08 maybe?
Since we supposed to admire the best of Oscar's fashion history, it would be nice that 4:3 from stock footage WOULD NOT BE STRETCHED OUT !!!!! It a lazy and UNPROFESSIONAL way to edit any feature on any medium, Coming from TIME?!? SHAME ON YOU!
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