From fringes to futuristic silhouettes, here's what ruled the fashion-game at the Oscars 2017

These fashion statements are going to be the trend-setters this season.

  • The Academy Awards aren't just for honouring the achievers for their stupendous acting skills. It is also a platform for making iconic fashion statements.

    Obviously, the avant-garde garments worn by them aren't exactly wearable, but the major elements of their fashion statements trickle down to the more wearable forms and set trends for all of us.

    Take a look at what ruled the fashion scene at the Oscars this time:

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  • Elegance of The Off-White
    Naomi Harris's off-white Calvin Klein number isn't just pretty and chic, but it also proves that this colour can make any outfit look elegant.


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  • The Mystery of Black
    Black isn't just classy and safe, it's also mysterious. Cash in on that mystery by going for layered black outfits like Brie Larson's Oscar de la Renta gown.

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  • And The Fierceness of Red
    Viola Davis' blood red custom Armani gown is all the inspiration you need to rock this bold colour.


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  • Metallics Will Continue To Rule
    Charlize Theron's Christian Dior couture gown is all the proof you need to verify that metallics and pleats will continue to rule.

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  • Make Way For Structured Outfits
    Yes, Priyanka Chopra's outfit is futuristic, but it simply conveyed that it's time to replace the drapey, flowy silhouettes with structured ones.

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  • Fringes Are Here to Stay
    Emma Stone was spotted in a Givenchy Haute Couture golden number with fringes. And that just reinstated the fact that fringes will continue to dominate the fashion scene.

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  • So Are The Frills
    Take a cue from Louis Vuitton's black creation for Alicia Vikander.

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  • Lingerie-Inspired Dresses Will Make Their Presence Felt
    If you think flirty laces and nets were only meant for lingerie and night wear, take a look at Salma Hayek's Alexander McQueen gown.

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  • Hail Embroideries
    You see Nicole Kidman's embroidered Armani Privé gown? Well, embroideries and motifs like these on a pastel fabric are sure to make you look sophisticated and feminine this season.

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  • Unconventional Hairstyles Are The Way To Go
    Check out Halle Berry's hairdo. Need more inspiration?

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  • Less is Not Always More
    Janelle Monáe in Elie Saab couture hints at elaborate attires replacing the minimalistic ones this season.

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  • Embrace The Satins
    Make way for satin gowns and outfits in your wardrobe just like Dakota Johnson's Gucci number.

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