2023 Oscars Red Carpet Trends and Styles: Who Wore What!
With a burnt sienna orange tent and an oyster-colored rug instead of the usual red decor. Despite this departure, celebrities still brought their fashion A-game to the red carpet. Here are some of the trends and styles that stood out at the 2023 Oscars.
Textured Black Tuxes
Jay Ellis and Harvey Guillen both made a statement with their textured black tuxedos. Ellis wore a custom Fendi tuxedo with shiny beading on the jacket, while Guillen donned an elegant black jacquard tux with wide slacks and a jacket with a long, sweeping train designed by Christian Siriano.
Plain and Pretty Pastels
Hong Chau arrived in a custom petal-pink Prada column gown with a black, feathered train and a tiny Mandarin collar. Stephanie Hsu and Kerry Condon wore pastel-pink Valentino and pale-yellow Versace, respectively. Halle Bailey wore an aquamarine Dolce & Gabbana gown.
The Return of the Bow Tie
Eva Longoria wore a beaded, bejeweled Zuhair Murad gown that she referred to as a disco ball. Sigourney Weaver wore a shimmering, gold long-sleeved Givenchy gown with an animal print that glimmered like fish scales. Ariana DeBose donned a white Atelier Versace with mirror-like beading in geometric patterns.
Ruffles and Puffles
Orange, At Last
Despite the departure from the traditional red decor, the 2023 Oscars red carpet was still a showcase for stunning fashion trends and styles. From textured black tuxes to plain and pretty pastels, disco-ball dresses to ruffles and puffles, and rosette appliqués to orange hues, celebrities brought runway to the red carpet!