Oscars 2016 | Favourite Looks

Fashion is harder than the film industry. You have to constantly be able to crank out hit after hit after hit on demand and on a very tight calendar. I've come back, I've lost it, I've come back again. It's really as good as your last collection. - Tom Ford

Another star-studded event, the Oscars had many starlets dripping in glamour from head-to-toe, some of my favourites of the night were Naomi Watts (Armani), Elizabeth Banks (Ralph & Russo), Rachel McAdams (August Getty), Olivia Munn (Stella McCartney), and finally Priyanka Chopra (Zuhair Murad). The timeless and classic looks were beautiful, the general theme was light dresses that lasted the whole night, with natural make-up. All the ladies look absolutely stunning, I'm inspired by their minimalist styles.

Oscars 2016 | Favourite Looks 
When it comes to the minorities we're not represented in an equal quantity in comparison to our caucasian counterparts, hence why a few household names are missing from the occasion. Despite this being said. Priyanka Chopra and Mindy Kaling represented Asians on the red carpet flawlessly in their classy long train gowns. From crazy to stylish attire, many have been questioning why all the heroines choose to play it safe on the red carpet? I particularly enjoyed the elegance that all the stars embodied rather than opting to be a media spectacle. Let's not relive 2010 MTV Video Music Awards, where Lady Gaga showcased her meat dress.

Another highlight of the event was Leonardo DiCaprio finally winning an oscar, and his award winning speech was incredibly insightful. Kendrick did justice at the Grammys, Beyoncé owned the Super Bowl, now it's time for Leonardo DiCaprio to shine. Loving the creative performances, eagerly awaiting what is yet to come.

What was your favourite look of the event?

Until next time, stay blessed and classy,

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