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Oscars Red Carpet: A Vogue-Inspired Extravaganza

What the Oscars Red Carpet Would Look Like If Fashion Editors Had Their Way

What the Oscars Red Carpet Would Look Like If Fashion Editors Had Their Way

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The Academy Awards Red Carpet

The Academy Awards are taking place this weekend, and the fashion world is buzzing with excitement. As the fall 2024 collections just concluded, Vogue editors have analyzed the runway looks to predict what we might see on the Oscars red carpet. While they aren’t fortune tellers, their keen eye for style and trends gives us a glimpse into their dream red-carpet scenario.

Editor’s Picks

Louis Vuitton

  1. Virginia Smith, Global Head of Fashion Network: Envisions the amazing fringe-y finale looks from Vuitton making a statement on the red carpet.

Balenciaga

  1. Nicole Phelps, Global Director of Vogue Runway: Votes for the strapless turquoise sequined gown from Balenciaga as a winning choice.

Rochas

  1. Chloe Malle, Editor, Vogue.com: Suggests slipping into Rochas’s pillow-like ice blue satin puffer for a chic and effortless look.

Chloé

  1. Leah Faye Cooper, Digital Style Director, Vogue.com: Dreams of seeing a magical white lace dress from Chloé on the red carpet.

Chanel

  1. Arden Fanning Andrews, Beauty Editor at Large: Appreciates the self-styled vibe of Chanel’s ribbed long-sleeve and silky mystery look.

Miu Miu

  1. Margaux Anbouba, Senior Beauty Editor: Admires the youthful and modern take on bows in Miu Miu’s dress.

Supriya Lele

  1. Hannah Jackson, Fashion Writer: Envisions someone wearing the light-as-air Supriya Lele gown, perfect for the 2024 trends.

Final Thoughts

As we eagerly anticipate the Oscars red carpet, these editor picks give us a sneak peek into the potential fashion moments that could unfold. Whether it’s bold sequins, delicate lace, or modern silhouettes, one thing is for sure – the red carpet will be a showcase of style and glamour.


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