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And The Award Goes To...

And The Award Goes To...

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Let out a deep breath – the 2018 Oscars have finally come and gone! And with it, the 2018 award season is coming to a close. In case two hour long award shows aren’t your thing, we’ve done you a favour and rounded up all our favourite looks from the Oscars, the BAFTAs, and the Golden Globes. See who we’re awarding ‘Best Dressed’:

The Oscars – The Women

Neutrals and metallics ruled the carpet last night, and we aren’t complaining. Laura Dern was the epitome of elegance in her Calvin Klein gown and Lupita Nyongo can do no wrong in her special Vibranium Atelier Versace dress.

The Oscars – The Men

We are absolutely obsessing over Chadwick Boseman’s red carpet style. Each look is incredibly unique and makes him stand out from the rest of the men. Another new comer who is ruling his carpet style is everyone’s new boyfriend, Timothée Chalamet.


Someone please give Naomi Harris all the awards for her BAFTA look. This Zuhair Murad look is completely unexpected and wins all the awards in our books.

The Golden Globes

Is it just us, or does it feel like the Golden Globes were ages ago? With the first big award show since the Time’s Up! movement, all red carpet attendees opted for all black ensembles. In a sea of black, it could be hard to stand out, but we think these four ladies did just that.




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