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The Oscars: Here's What You Missed

Like everyone else, I spent my night watching the Oscars and soaking in the wonderful moments this star-studded evening had to offer, in case you weren't, here is a short 47Magazine highlight guide to catch you up on what you missed.

5 Major Wins :

Best Picture- Oppenheimer

Winning a historic 7 wins for the night, including best picture was Oppenheimer written and directed by Christopher Nolan.

Best Actor- Cillian Murphy 

Winning for his role in this year's best picture, Oppenheimer, was Cillian Murphy, who portrayed J. Robert Oppenheimer

Best Actress- Emma Stone

Emma Stone won for her portrayal in the Yorgos Lanthimos directed “poor things” where she portrayed Bella Baxter

Best Supporting Actress- Da’vine Joy Randaloph

Da’vine Joy Randolph won her first Oscar, for her role in The Holdovers as Mary lamb

Best Supporting Actor- Robert Downey Jr

Winning his first Academy Award for his role as Lewis Strauss, in this year's best picture, Oppenheimer, was Robert Downey Jr

5 Major fashion moments:

Margot Robbie in Versace sporting for the first time in a long time, a non-pink look on the carpet, signaling a true end to the Barbenheimer craze.

Cynthia Erivo in Louis Vuitton, who, like her costar, sported a character referencing dark green leather ensemble, with lovely green Roberto Coin jewels to match, leaving us with such excitement for Wicked’s November 27th premiere.

Ariana Grande in Giambattista Valli, Specifically, A custom couture look, bringing in the Pink homage to her upcoming role as Glinda in Jon M. Chu’s Wicked film Adaptation.

Anya Taylor Joy in Dior Couture, She stunned in a gorgeous Reimagining of the 1949 Venus dress by Christian Dior that left us in a glowing state of awe 

Lily Gladstone in custom Gucci, blending a special partnership between the brand and her roots, using wonderful artistry and indigenous design to portray a beautiful spotlight on her historic moment.

5 Major Highlights:

before the show:

Vanessa Hudgens sported more than a stunning black custom vera wang turtle neck gown on the pre-show carpet interviews, she also debuted her baby bump, announcing her first child in the most spectacular way ever, on the red carpet. 


  • Ryan Gosling gave a stellar “I'm Just Ken “ performance featuring everything from Marylin Monroe references to a rocking guitar moment alongside slash 

  • Jimmy Fallon, the 96th  host, riffing off former president trumps critic tweet of Fallon’s hosting (despite being told by the night's producers not to)

The after-party:

The after party brings more than just cute gift bags and champagne toast, it also brings more red carpet looks. One in particular that stood out was Sydney Sweeny’s spectacular double homage in an archival Marc Bouwer gown, one worn by Angelina Jolie 20 years ago at the 2004 Oscars, who at the time was paying homage to Marylin Monroe’s iconic “seven-year itch” dress.

Some honorable mention moments I personally loved: 

Messi (the dog) from Anatomy Of a Fall clapping during the awards

Davine Joy Randolph thanking her publicist in her acceptance speech (they deserve it I love publisist)

Written by Toni Desiree


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