Oscars Colour Story | Top Trends from the Red Carpet

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The red carpet at the 87th Academy Awards embodied some of our favourite key trends for 2015. Proving that trends can be interpreted in a myriad of ways, white and black were redefined with intricate details and sculptural designs, while pale neutrals and rose hues were draped into perfect tailoring.

Inspired, we paired key trends from the Oscars this year with eye-catching glasses.

Winter Whites

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We love the look of white on the red carpet, especially when boosted by intricate details, such as Lupita Nyong’o’s custom Calvin Klein with pearl details, and Julianne Moore’s floral accented Chanel Haute Couture.

The Perfect Pair

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Dark Romance

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The deepest, darkest midnight black becomes a standout with cutout pieces, such as Sienna Miller’s Oscar de la Renta and Laura Dern’s metallic Alberta Ferretti. Naomi Watts’ Armani Privé wove black and silver with a unique halter dress with an intriguing bandeau.

The Perfect Pair

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Head-Turning Hues

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Chartreuse, yellow, reds and blues, the Oscars red carpet had no shortage of high wattage looks from the actresses and models walking it. Beading, contrasting fabrics and impeccable styling made each of these looks highlights of the night.

Glasses Pairing

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Whisper Pales

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The pale blush and rose trend was reflected on the red carpet in both form-fitting and flowing gowns that included Zoe Saldana and Jennifer Aniston in Atelier Versace, Anna Kendrick in custom Thakoon, and Oprah Winfrey wearing custom Vera Wang.

Glasses Pairing

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