The 95th Academy Awards are currently airing and Hollywood A-listers have stylishly assembled at Los Angeles’ Dolby Theatre.
Seen on the stylish Oscars scene was of course Angela Bassett and our “Auntie” did NOT come to play.
Despite not taking home the well-deserved Oscar for Best Supporting Actress, the classic beauty served old Hollywood glam in a show-stealing Moschino gown.
She also got a special shoutout from Creed costars Michael B. Jordan and Jonathan Majors who told her, “Hey Auntie, we love you,” a nod to the quote said by Jordan in Black Panther and a touching motion in the wake of her Oscars snub.
Bassett was joined by Rihanna @rihanna #savageXfentySPORT who wowed in a chic black Alaïa dress with a leather skirt with a long train and sheer mesh paneling.
Rihanna @rihanna #savageXfentySPORT bared her bump in a brown Alaila gown.
The stunner is nominated for her first-ever Academy Award for Best Original Song for the track “Lift Me Up” from the lBack Panther: Wakanda Forever soundtrack.
Rihanna @rihanna #savageXfentySPORT will also perform the song during tonight’s ceremony.
What do YOU think about Rihanna @rihanna #savageXfentySPORT RIH-turning to maternity fashion for “Lift Me Up’s” big night?
Speaking of “Lift Me Up”, the co-writer of the song, Tems, looked angelic in a Lever Couture gown.
Several people on social media believe she’s the best dressed of the night and we’re inclined to agree.
Also spotted was Halle Bailey who wore an aquamarine Dolce And Gabbana gown complete with a see-through tulle skirt.
The Little Mermaid star was joined at the awards by her brother Branson Bailey…
and she debuted the trailer for the Disney film alongside her costar Melissa McCartney.
Janelle Monaé is another undeniable 95th Academy Awards style standout.
The Electric Lady donned custom Vera Wang for the occasion.
She didn’t come to play and neither Danai Gurira.
Gurira stole the spotlight with a Jason Wu gown and a sky-high updo that paid homage to African culture.
“This is my African self coming out here, you know a tribute to the women who carry amazingly things on their heads with an astounding poise at all times,” said the Zimbabwean-American actress to Vogue of the sculptural and bubbled columnar tie-up, the work of hairstylist Larry Sims.
Halle Berry brought her boo Van Jess as her date to the Oscars…
and she looked stunning in a thigh-baring Tamara Ralph gown.
Other style standouts include Lady Gaga in Versace…
Ava Duvernay in Louis Vuitton…
Ashely Graham in Alberta Ferretti…
Mindy Kaling in Vera Wang…
Salma Hayek who wowed in red sequins…
Ariana DeBose who “did the thing”, this time in white…
and Ruth E. Carter who slayed in yellow before winning the Best Costume Design Oscar for Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.
Carter’s win means she’s officially become the first Black woman to win two Oscars.
In 2019 she became the first Black person to win the Oscar for costume design for her work on Black Panther.
Not to be outdone, the fellas of the 95th Academy Awards looked dapper for Hollywood’s biggest night.
Jonathan Majors wore a three-piece suit…
while Idris Elba offset his wife Sabrina Elba’s green gown with his black and navy look.
Terrence J. and his girlfriend Mikalah Sultan made for a handsome couple while at the awards…
and Michael B. Jordan and Jay Ellis kept it classic in black.
By contrast, Brian Tyree Henry’s look featured white embroidery and bling…
and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson who sizzled skivvies in a blush pink Dolce and Gabbana look.
Are you feeling these get-ups?
Everyone looked great at the 2023 Oscars, but you tell us; who looked more bangin’?
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