It’s February 25th…which means the 2019 Oscarsare officially done.
And better yet, it means we have an entire red carpet’s worth of looks to pore over for the next several days.
While there are some trends that might already be popping out at you (like all the stars wearing hot pink, and all the other celebs in sparkly gold), there are a few sneakier—if not equally epic—style moments that you may have missed.
Which is why we’ve compiled all the 2019 Oscars hidden fashion moments for your perusal. Enjoy!
Awkwafina’s (Actual) Flask Clutch
The Crazy Rich Asian star donned a glorious gold pantsuit, which means you may have missed her sparkly gold clutch…which also doubled as a flask. Um, okay, this is genius.
Jason Momoa’s color-coordinated scrunchie
The Aquaman star wore a light pink tuxedo personally designed by the late Karl Lagerfeld (which was color-coordinated with his longtime partner, Lisa Bonet’s, dress). Hawk-eyed observers also noted that Momoa wore a matching Fendi scrunchy around his wrist. Hey, those of us with long hair get it.
Dee Ocleppo’s Gold Retro Phone Purse
Dee Ocleppo (married to fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger) perhaps wore our fave accessory of the night: A gold clutch shaped like a ’90s-era cell phone. It’s so extra, and we’re officially obsessed (slash trying to figure out where we can score one of our own).
Lady Gaga’s Audrey Hepburn necklace
No, we don’t mean Lady Gaga was sporting an Audrey Hepburn inspired necklace. We mean she wore a 128.54-carat diamond that was last worn by Hepburn in promo photos for Breakfast at Tiffany’s. Now if that’s not a (literal) statement necklace, we don’t know what is.
Billy Porter in Christian Siriano velvet tuxedo gown
This isn’t the first time Porter has slain the red carpet with his gender-fluid looks. Billy Porter made a grand appearance on the 2019 Oscars red carpet. The Pose star arrived at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles on February 24th in a custom Christian Siriano velvet tuxedo gown. Porter paired the stunning ensemble with jewels from Oscar Heyman & Bros.
Spike Lee doing it right!
Spike Lee paid tribute to Prince at the Oscars by wearing a bright purple suit and a necklace with the late music star’s emblem.
Lee posted a photo of the bespoke neck piece, designed by Amedeo Scognamiglio for the ceremony, to Instagram in which he referred to Prince as his “brother”.
The 18-carat gold necklace includes a 17-carat fire opal cabochon.
Lee also sported a purple hat and a gold pair of Nike Air Jordan 3 trainers by designer Tinker Hatfield.
He also showed the cameras a pair of brass knuckles reading “hate” and “love”, a prop from his 1989 film Do The Right Thing.
Did you spot any hidden fashion moments we missed?
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