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Oscar 2018: the festival of color, glitter and the most impressive jewels

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The Dolby Theater in Los Angeles has once again welcomed Hollywood stars to celebrate their big night. The red carpet of the 90th edition of the Oscars has had models for all tastes and has left no one indifferent.

Elisabeth Moss (35), one of the stars of the successful television series The Handmaid's Tale, attended the ceremony wearing a cream Dior dress with glitter appliqués and a belt on which she wore the Time's Up pin.

Anne Hathaway (35) was spectacular with a red strapless Valentino. A few hours before, she had sent a message through social networks to settle the controversy that has haunted her since winning the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress for Les Miserables and collecting her award with a dress that marked her nipples: "I had to I changed my dress last minute and it looked like my nipples were hard and I was having severe laryngitis and had to sing and a bunch of haters criticized me for being obnoxious but you know what? Even so it was still for the best."

Nicole Kidman (50), devoted to the recording of the second season of Little Lies, made an impact with an original night blue dress with a sweetheart neckline and a bow at the front from Armani Privé.

Zendaya (21), who shares scenes with Hugh Jackman in The Greatest Showman, opted for a sheer, off-the-shoulder chiffon gown in dark tones by Giambattista Valli.

Saoirse Ronan (23), nominated for Best Actress for Lady Bird, was one of the favorites of the night in an oriental-style dress in pastel pink with a large bow on the back by Raf Simmons. Sweetness personified, according to critics.

Zooey Deutch (23), from The disaster artist, surprised with an eco-friendly dress by Elie Saab, with shoes by Stuart Weitzman and jewelry by Tiffany & Co.

Girls star Allison Williams (29) chose an Armani Privé with Brian Atwood shoes and Harry Winston jewelry. The protagonist of Let me out said that the night of the Oscars "is crazy."

The dress of the Mexican Salma Hayek (51) protagonist of Beatriz at dinner, was one of the most criticized of the night, a pastel lilac dress with sequins and a generous neckline, adorned with diamonds and signed by Gucci.

The singer St. Vicent was one of the most original of the night with a design by Anthony Vaccarello for Saint Laurent, a minidress with a sweetheart neckline, a hem finished in spikes and spherical sleeves.

 Oscar 2018: la fiesta del color, el glitter y las joyas más impresionantes

Laura Dern (51), star of Little Lies, was one of the most elegant with a very simple white design from Calvin Klein by Appointment that she combined with Swarovski jewels.

Jennifer Lawrence (27), very sexy in a Dior dress in metallic tones, starred in one of the funniest moments of the night when she walked on the seats of the theater. She takes a sabbatical after presenting her latest film, Red Sparrow.

Margot Robbie (27), nominated for Best Actress for I, Tonya, wore the dress of her dreams: "I can't believe I'm wearing a Karl Lagerfeld haute couture dress for Chanel. It's fantastic, I feel myself but much more glamorous It's a dream," he said.

Allison Janney (58), winner of Best Supporting Actress for I, Tonya, was gorgeous in a Reem Acra dress, Forevermark jewelry and Jimmy Choo shoes.

Jane Fonda (80), who presented the award for Best Actor during the gala with Helen Mirren, stunning in a white Balmain, Chopard jewelry and Salvatore Ferragamo shoes.

Her partner, Helen Mirren (72), very correct in a lead blue dress by Reem Acra, with long sleeves and a little train in a silk crepe with a lot of fall designed to give all the prominence to the jewels: diamonds and sapphires .

Paz Vega (42) was, for many, the most original touch of this edition with a Chinese-inspired dress signed by Christopher Bu with flowers and pictures. The fall of the sleeves, the pockets and her cape made it a truly special dress which she paired with a unique but splendid Chopard ring.

Ashley Judd (49) and Mira Sorvino (50), two of the actresses who joined Harvey Weinstein's blacklist for not wanting to satisfy his wishes, were very close. Judd presented the gala in a Badgley Mischka dress and Bulgari jewelry, while Sorvino showed off a romantic style in a Romona Keveza gown.

Greta Gerwick (34), nominated for Best Director for Lady Bird, took a risk with a Rodarte in mustard color, rhinestones and a V-neckline with Tiffany jewels.

Emily Blunt (35), who will be Mary Poppins in the return of the magical nanny to the big screen, wasted class with a Schiaparelli Haute Couture and Chopard jewels.

Emma Stone (29), who won the Oscar for Best Actress 2017 for La La Land, was one of the few actresses who dared to wear pants and wore a Louis Vuitton ensemble with a wine jacket and black pants.

Sandra Bullock (53), who joins the team of Ocean's 8 thieves this year, shone in gold Louis Vuitton with Jimmy Choo shoes and a Lorraine Schwartz clutch where she had placed her Time's Up pin.

Taraji P. Henson (47), star of Hidden Figures, chose this black Vera Wang model with a large opening that made her one of the sexiest guests of the night.

Gal Gadot (32), star of Wonder Woman, from Givenchy with sandals by Christian Louboutin and jewels by Tiffany & Co.

Frances McDormand (60), who did not want to pose on the red carpet, won the Oscar for Best Actress for Three advertisements outside.

Jennifer Garner (45), all smiles in flowing Atelier Versace and Piaget jewelry.

Viola Davis (52), who won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress in 2016 with Fences, went all out on pink in a matching Michael Kors dress with a Roger Vivier clutch and Norman Silverman jewelry.

Camila Alves (36), in a spectacular white Vivienne Westwood with a V-neckline, and Matthew McConaughey (48), very handsome in a Brioni tuxedo, Bvlgari watch and Dolce & Gabbana bow tie.

Lupita Nyong'o (35), star of Black Panther, shone with a two-tone design by Atelier Versace with gold as the protagonist.

Meryl Streep (68), nominated for her role in The Pentagon Papers, gave a style lesson in gorgeous Dior.

Mary J. Blige (47), nominated for Best Song and Best Supporting Actress for Mudbound, showed off white and rhinestones with a Versace.

Sally Hawkins (41), nominated for best actress for her role in The Shape of Water, by Armani Privé.

Danai Gurira (40), the brave warrior of Black Panther, spectacular with a Gabriela Hearst model that she completed with a Messika head ornament.

Octavia Spencer (45), nominated for best supporting actress for The Shape of Water, chose Brandon Maxwell to pose on the red carpet. She also Jimmy Choo and Lorraine Schwartz.

Eiza González (28), the Mexican actress known for her role in Baby Driver, in a very tight yellow dress that fits her like a glove by Ralph Lauren.

Samara Weaving (26), who plays Penelope in Three Billboards Outside, wore a daring Schiaparelli.

Whoopi Goldberg (62) turned heads in a floral design by Christian Siriano.

Molly Sims (44), known for her leading role in the legendary series Las Vegas, was spectacular with a Naeem Khan design, Rene Caovilla sandals and Lorraine Schwart jewelry.

Haley Bennett (30), from The Girl on the Train, pulled feathers with a very original Dior design.

Laurie Metcalf (62), nominated for Best Supporting Actress for Lady Bird, attended the gala in a simple powder pink sequin dress signed by Anna Valentine.

The singer Andra Day (33) was one of the most striking with a puffy dress by Zac Posen with a floral print that was the subject of many criticisms.

Gina Rodríguez (33), very popular on television for her series Jane, the virgin, opted for one of the colors of the night, nude, and adorned it with rhinestones and a very pronounced V-neckline.

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