H.E.R.

The 93rd Oscars are officially over. Take a look at the best dressed from last night!


H.E.R. - Dundas 

H.E.R. stole the scene at the red carpet last night wearing a purple Dundas with a hooded cape with lyrics on it, matching sunglasses and Chopard jewelry. Last night, H.E.R. won Best Original Song with "Fight For You."

Andra Day - Vera Wang 

Andra Day wore a golden Vera Wang gown to tribute her Billie Holiday character with refined Tiffany & Co. jewels. Simply stunning.

Viola Davis - Alexander McQueen

Viola Davis wore an outstanding white Alexander McQueen gown with Forevermark jewels and Jimmy Choo shoes.

Regina King - Louis Vuitton

One Night In Miami Regina King wore a classy and elegant cerulean Louis Vuitton gown with Forevermark jewels.

Lakeith Stanfield - Saint Laurent

Lakeith Stanfield wore a stylish Saint Laurent suit with white shirt underneath with a chain necklace and sunglasses.

Zendaya - Valentino 

Zendaya wore a bright yellow Valentino dress with Bvlgari jewels and Jimmy Choo pumps.

Laura Dern - Pomellato Jewelry

Laura Dern wore a delightful gown with Pomellato jewelry.

Glenn Close - Giorgio Armani

We will always remember Glenn Close's hilarious moment at the Oscars. Close wore a Giorgio Armani vibrant blue tunic with evening gloves.

Reese Witherspoon - Dior 

Reese Witherspoon fired up the Oscars wearing a red Dior Haute Couture gown with Bvlgari jewels.

Margot Robbie - Chanel 

And finally, Margot Robbie went all in wearing a Chanel gown, bag and jewelry.

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