The Oscars are the high point of Hollywood’s awards season, and for this reason, the biggest stars usually save their best clothes for last. On Sunday, the stars did not disappoint. (AFP)

For the first time in decades, the organizers of the Oscars changed the red carpet for one of the light color or ‘champagne’and many stars responded with white, cream or silver dresses.

As stars poured into the Dolby Theater, a few trends emerged: lots of white, silver, and cream dresses; lots of loose, wavy hair; tail suits; and splashes of multicolored glamour.

Michelle Yeo, the star of “Everything everywhere at the same time”dazzled in a sleeveless white Dior gown, flowing long hair and a sparkling headband.

Jamie Lee Curtis, winner of Best Supporting Actress for her work opposite Yeoh, opted for an off-white long-sleeved Dolce & Gabbana; and Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai, opted for a silver Ralph Lauren dress with a hood and sequins.

Between the Men, few have dared to step out of the traditional black tuxedo. This was the case of the Briton Idris Elba and the American Samuel L Jackson.

With information from AFP

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