Oscar week starts to heat up as the two co-sponsors of Les Miserables, Vanity Fair and Chrysler, hosted an event for the cast and crew at Eveleigh Restaurant in West Hollywood Wednesday night. The musical is up for eight Oscars including best picture and best supporting actress. I hope this is an indication of style to come at this weekend’s Oscars because the stars look gorg in blues, red, and neutrals.
The nominee for best supporting actress, Anne Hathaway, wore a neutral mini-dress by Theyskens’ Theory. She added a retro twist with the jacket with a faux-fur collar and some sparkle with her heels. I am liking Hathaway’s more defined, classic style these days — she has never been a better style icon in my mind. I heard her inspiration came from her new shorter cut that he got for the Les Miserables part. We can look forward to seeing the star in a collaboration performance at the Oscars celebrating a decade of musicals. I can’t wait to see what see wears — I’m predicting ultra-elegant!
Amanda Seyfried, another star who style I have been following lately, looked dazzling in Dior in one of my favorite colors from the fall runway and blue Alexandre Birman round-toe heels. Eddie Redmayne, also wearing a pop of the same color, looked dashing. Isla Fisher was accompanied by her husband, Sacha Baron Cohen who wore a blue suit. Let’s just say it was a very blue red carpet, which makes me excited for fall’s color palette.
For some of the stars, this was the kick-off for Oscar’s week. Eddie Redmayne was spotted at LAX early that day. Some of the other pre-Oscars events Wednesday night included the Global Green USA’s 10th Annual Pre-Oscars party and Vanity Fair’s party for the cast of Silver Lining’s Playbook. This will be a week of fashion and parties that’s for sure!
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