This year's Red Carpet


If there's one industry where how you dress matters - it's the film industry. The reality for female actors is that the choice of dress at an awards ceremony can be as important as the film. 31A99A3A00000578-3468637-image-m-49_1456706480796 Some outfits and 'looks' are remembered for years after an event, slowly loosing all relation to the film, nomination or talent that got them there in the first place. Whilst others - the 'bad choices' can no doubt damage future careers. No pressure then. 31A9CB6500000578-3468800-image-a-121_1456717020203 This year Charlotte Rampling was elegant in an Armani Prive outfit, whilst Olivia Munn brought a beautiful hue of Orange to the evening in Stella McCartney and Patricia Arquette stood out in a dark blue Marina Rinaldi dress. patricia-arquette-38ae0f07-f1e8-4f11-a88f-7015a933972f There was of course the usual selection of high gloss and looks recognisable as Oscar-chic; sensible-glamour with bare shoulders, 'done' hair and long skirts. In contrast however this year's winner for best costume went to Jenny Beavan for her work on Mad Max: Fury Road (pictured below). Winning out against Carol (pictured above) Cinderella, The Revenant and The Danish Girl. Accepting her award in an unusually informal outfit (leather jacket and scarf) Jenny said, “I really don’t do frocks, and I absolutely don’t do heels. I simply can’t wear them. I’ve got a bad back,” she told the media in the backstage press room at the Oscars. “I look ridiculous in a beautiful gown, and this was an homage to ‘Mad Max.' Courtney-Eaton-Abbey-Lee-and-Zoe-Kravitz-are-the-Wives-in-Mad-Max-Fury-Road

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