The 2018 film awards have been marked by the ‘Time’s up’ movement, which has dyed all the red carpets in black. With this motive, we reviewed the most beautiful black dresses in the history of the Oscar Awards.
The Versace of revenge. In 2016 it was the first time that Jennifer Garner posed at the Oscars without Ben Affleck, from whom she had recently separated, and was radiant
That same year, Jennifer Lawrence also chose the black, but in this case a Dior, signature of which is image.
And Julianne Moore did the same with a Chanel with a lot of neckline and brilliants.
And Hannah Redmayne wore pregnancy with a halter neckline design with gold jewel details, the same color as her rigid handbag.
If you like Kristen Dunst’s black dress at the Oscars of 2017, leave forgetting. It was a vintage Dior he fell in love with as soon as he saw it.
That same year, Alicia Vikander entrusted, once again, the ‘savoire faire’ of Louis Vuitton that signs that black asymmetrical lace dress
Jennifer Aniston did not pose on the red carpet in 2017, but she did have her role at the gala. He presented one of the awards dressed in an Atelier Versace with a lot of neckline
Angelina Jolie’s black dress with a sweetheart neckline at the 2009 Oscars is the simplest, but that Elie Saab won many points with the green jewels of Lorrain Schwartz
Less is more always, even on the red carpet and this is shown by the black dress with pleated skirt of Cameron Diaz at the 2013 Oscars
In 2001, Julia Roberts was nominated as a favorite for the Oscar and although any firm could have made an exclusive dress, opted for a vintage Valentino
Pregnant, Olvia Wilde captivated us at the 2014 Oscars with a Valentino design in ‘black & white’ and a neckline on the back.
In 2013, Adele wore a black jeweled dress by Jenny Packham, very similar to the one she chose to get on stage, which was short and Burberry
In 2012 it was the year in which Angelinas Jolie showed us how to pose with a dress with a side opening. His black versace made history and also caused a lot of laughter.
In 2014 Anna Hendrick stepped on the red carpet with a surrogate version of Angelina Jolie’s dress with details in red and transparencies in the abdomen
The mermaid cut is one of those that most favor Beyonce and this is demonstrated by the dress that led to the 2013 Oscars.