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7 Stunners Who Stole The 2017 Oscars

03 Mar 2017

7 Stunners Who Stole The 2017 Oscars


Dress by Armani.

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Despite a strap mishap mid-way during the show, the Australian starlet looked flawless. Fashioning a custom-made gown by Armani Privé paired with the perfect heels by Stuart Weitzman, the ever-elegant Nicole Kidman looked so divine that it was near impossible to look away.


Dress By Chanel.

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When she's not bracing your TV screen on a Nike ad or hip-hop dancing, Sofia Boutella, the star of Star Trek Beyond, is turning heads on the red carpet. Known for her creative passions and free soul, the Algerian actress, dancer and musician looked just as lovely as she did unique, ever striking in Chanel Haute Couture.


By Armani.

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One thing's for sure, Viola Davis would know How To Get Away With Murder in that dress. Ravishing in red, Davis wore a vermillion silk gown by Armani Privé, and took home the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress for her role in Denzel Washington's gripping drama Fences.


By Givenchy.

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Forever a stone cold fox, the Oscar-winning Best Actress for her leading role in musical marvel La La Land, was effortlessly gorgeous in gold as she wore a beaded Givenchy Haute Couture dress. And according to The Daily Mirror, 'Emma Stone is the first actress to win an oscar wearing Givenchy since Audrey Hepburn'. Win-win!


By Elie Saab.

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Janelle Monáe in a Haute Couture gown from Elie Saab was certainly the show-stopper of the night. This intricate gown embodies layers of beading, tulle, crystals, sequins and of course, diamonds. The renowned singer-songwriter made her recent breakthrough in the film industry with not just one, but two major features this year, starring in Hidden Figures and Moonlight - and what a dress to show for!


By Armani.

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French actress Isabelle Huppert, the star of Paul Verhoeven's Elle, which earned her a nomination for Best Actress, left crowds starry-eyed in this shimmering Armani Prive gown teamed with exquisite Repossi jewels and shoes from Christian Louboutin.


By Louis Vuitton

Sublime in a Louis Vuitton gown boasting a chic plunging neckline with a beguiling embellished skirt, the charming Michelle Williams was quite the enchantment. Williams was nominated for Best Supporting Actress for her role in Manchester By The Sea.

It doesn't need to be a special occasion to get your glamour on, because at MacArthur Central's Wallace Bishop, coming soon to a brand new and bigger location on the ground level near Woolworths, everyday is your time to shine. Stay tuned.

And that's a wrap!