Monday, 14 November 2016

Fashion Deets: The Academy Of Motion Picture Arts And Sciences’ 8th Annual Governors Awards with Lupita Nyong’o in Elie Saab Couture, Ruth Negga in Gucci, Gugu Mbatha-Raw in Narciso Rodriguez, and More!

The Academy Of Motion Picture Arts And Sciences’ 8th Annual Governors Awards was a star-studded affair! The who’s who of Tinseltown showed up and showed out in sheer frocks, exquisite embroidery, high-fashion designs, statement-making accents, and more.
Let’s see what they wore, shall we?

Lupita Nyong’o beamed in a sheer, fit-and-flare embroidered Elie Saab Couture look. Werk Lupita!
A black snake-embroidered Gucci gown was Ruth Negga’s choice for the evening. Her style is impeccable.
Gugu Mbatha-Raw shimmered in a silver embellished Narciso Rodriguez dress. Simply radiant!
Naomie Harris was clad in classic stripes, choosing a strapless, navy and white Carolina Herrera gown. In a word: beautiful.
Janelle Monae always finds a way to put a gorgeous spin on the classic black and white combo! Her printed gown was perfection.
Aja Naomi King surely turned a few heads in a sheer, embroidered Marc Jacobs gown.
Ava Duvernay injected a pop of color to her black, short-sleeve embellished gown with magenta lips. She’s always the picture of elegance.
Mahershala Ali repped for the fellas in a timeless, three-piece suit. He’s so handsome!
David Oyelowo always takes risks on the red carpet—with his white, embroidered Dolce & Gabbana suit being one of his boldest looks yet. I think he pulled it off!
Lily Collins beamed in a copper-hued, silk Amanda Wakeley number. Eternal brow goals.
Mommy-to-be Marion Cotillard swaddled her burgeoning baby bump in a lace LBD from Christian Dior.
Kate Beckinsale was white hot and on-trend in an off-the-shoulder Pamella Roland stunner. She’s always flawless! I loved the pearl accents.
A woman can never go wrong with a Monique Lhuillier gown, right? Leslie Mann slipped on a strapless, floral printed design from the designer.
We all know that Michelle Williams is a Louis Vuitton girl, thus she wore a long-sleeve, sheer embellished gown from the iconic French fashion house. Hot!
Erdem makes some of the most gorgeous dresses in the world. Emma Stone’s fluted hem, jacquard piece from the brand was no exception.
Pleats please! Nicole Kidman was daring in a long-sleeve gown with sheer panels from Christopher Kane.
Octavia Spencer was pretty in pink, donning a Tadashi Shoji gown. She’s never looked better.
Pharrell and wife Helen Lasichanch made the case for red carpet flats. They’re the cutest!
Meagan Good and DeVon Franklin are always one of the best looking couples in any building. Their matching, all-black ‘fits were simple, yet chic.
Rebecca Hall’s black, pink, and white Prada bow-accented gown was pretty exceptional.
Michelle Yeoh gave a flash of leg in a yellow draped gown with a plunging, illusion neckline and a thigh-high slit.
Amy Adams served up Grecian goddess in a white and gold Carolina Herrera number.
Hailee Steinfeld dazzled in a white lace Elie Saab gown.
Who had your favorite look at the awards show?

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