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OSCAR COUNTDOWN: Fashion Olympics is here!

written by lttalks 03/03/2018

Are you a slave to fashion and movies?

If yes! Then the Oscars is truly a un-missable event and an evening to remember so get set for the Fashion Olympics.

The Oscars are not simply the celebration of cinema but also the evening when the years most memorable and beautiful clothes are worn on the red-carpet. Most of what is worn goes down in fashion history.

Do you remember Audrey Hepburn and Grace Kelly’s timeless grace? It is a flashback that is still relevant today.

There is no red-carpet more scrutinised than the clothes worn for Oscars.

Historical fashion friendships have been born on this events red-carpet – Givenchy and Audrey Hepburn. We can safely say that the outfits become more memorable than the films for which they were worn. For example Halle Berry’s outfit made Ellie Saab a household name.

Why do the clothes worn at the Oscars matter so much?

The answer is that men and women attending the event are very influential and we admire them for not only for the roles they chose but also the clothes they wear. We identify with our favourite actor or actress and are cheering for them so when they win we feel a sense of victory.

Have you faced challenges in your daily life? I am sure you have and this makes you sympathetic to the character from the movie who has struggled and when they win it makes us happy. The clothes they wear become part of our wish list.

We mere mortals enjoy watching our celebrities make the fashion choice that speaks for their strength and brilliance. The clothes worn go down in fashion history. There are plenty of award shows but they pale into insignificance when compared with the Oscars.

We are all holding our breath for the 2018 Oscars and the fabulous Gowns and Tuxedos. 

How about making it an evening to remember!
Glam up with your friends and watch the show together.

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