Oscar 2018 red carpet inspirations

The stars brought a lot of glamour and optimism to the 90th Academy Awards and rocked the Oscar 2018 red carpet in a rainbow of both bold and pastel colours. After the recent #metoo and #timesup protests via all-black ensembles at the Golden Globe and the Bafta ceremonies, Hollywood  Stars shined once again in full spectrum with looks that were as glamorous as it can get but here are some of our favourite wedding-worthy 2018 Oscar red-carpet dresses.

Margot Robbie Oscar 2018

Margot Robbie in a beautiful Chanel Haute Couture dress with beaded straps

Elizabeth Moss Oscar 2018

Elizabeth Moss wearing a off the shoulder Maison Dior gown

Saoirse Ronan Oscar 2018

Saoirse Ronan looked gorgeous in candy pink Calvin Klein dress

Danai Gurira Oscar 2018

Danai Gurira  in a stunning Gabriela Hearst gown

Mira Sorvino Oscar 2018

Mira Sorvino in an embroidered asymmetric Ramona keveza dress

Mary J. Blige Oscar 2018

Mary J. Blige was the perfect goddess in  Atelier Versace

Allison Williams poses on the Oscar red carpet in the Armani Prive dress

Emily Blunt Oscar 2018

Emily Blunt in an ice blue Schiaparelli dotted tulle dress

Gina Rodriguez Oscar 2018

Gina Rodriguez in Elle Saab embroidered gown

Did fame bring style to fashion icon’s glamorous clothing and accessories?

Some celebrities have the talent or the help to create fabulous outfits with a great taste of fashion but very few have created an impact on fashion trends as much as Audrey Hepburn or Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis who created memorable looks that meant a huge turn in fashion.

Audrey Hepburn had certain elegance; she has been described many times as the most stylish woman who ever lived. Her looks are timeless and the style that Audrey Hepburn had created will probably never die. Some of the most popular outfits she wore include the little black dress, skinny jeans, ballet flats, turtlenecks, and Capri pants. Because of her simple, but yet incredible way of dressing, Audrey Hepburn was and still remains a fashion icon for women all over the world.


Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis wasn’t actually a celebrity. She wasn’t an actress or a singer but she had an incredible style. She was a public figure and in fact, a very popular person. She is definitely one of the most stylish First Ladies of the United States and her style inspired many women not only in the United States but also all over the world. Jacqueline Kennedy’s style was described as being somehow like Audrey Hepburn’s, but even more sophisticated. Today, women still try to have looks similar to the ones that made her a fashion icon.