The grand finale of awards season is here and it’s going out with a big and very fashionable bang. After two years of virtual ceremonies, the 2022 Oscars red carpet has returned with Hollywood’s biggest names.
To kick off the night’s festivities, Vanessa Hudgens arrived wearing a black sparkling gown with side cutouts by Michael Kors, while Lily James brought some on-trend pink to the red carpet in a floral lace gown by Versace, along with matching platform heels. King Richard stars Demi Singleton (wearing lavender Miu Miu) and Saniyya Sidney (wearing Armani Prive) also showed up in bright and colorful ensembles.
Later on, Kristen Stewart stunned the red carpet crowd in custom hot pants from Chanel, Timothée Chalamet opted to go shirtless in a women’s Louis Vuitton look straight from the Spring 2022 runway collection, and Zendaya made a surprise appearance in Valentino Haute Couture featuring a crop top and long sequined skirt. Without a proper Oscars red carpet in more than two years, this year’s attendees certainly made up for it.
See all of the red carpet moments from the 2022 Oscars.
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