Best and Worst of the Oscars 2015

Best:

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When your the front runner for best Actress in a Leading Role, nothing but Chanel Haute Couture will suffice. Julianne Moore’s dazzling look was an unforgettable “Oscar moment” and will surely stand the test of time. Head to toe: pure goddess perfection.

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Emma Stone is the queen of the red carpet. In all of her appearances, never once has she made even one style mis-step. For the most formal award show, Emma looked to Haute Couture master, Elie Saab, for a dazzling gown that suited her lively personality. Although chartreuse can be a hard color to pull off, Emma did so flawlessly. This shade offset her fiery, flapper waves and stood out among a see of red and pink. All hail Emma Stone.

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It looks like Kiera Knightley has finally got her stride back. She dressed her growing baby bump in an ethereal Valentino Haute Couture gown straight from the Paris runway. A delicate palette of nude chiffon, pink and white flowers, and Shakespearean prose was a great pick that felt effortless, yet glamorous. She may be the face of Coco Chanel Mademoiselle, but Valentino suits her very well.

Worst:

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Lorelei Linklater’s Oscars look was a not so hot, hot mess. Her atrocious gown featured a slit so high, I feared a flash to the paparazzi would be the highlight of her 15 minutes of fame. Horrible color blocking and tacky hair extensions made for an ensemble that was an obvious and sad attempt at attention seeking.

AS

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