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Sexy in Pink: How Julia, Kiki glammed up Oscars

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Last updated on: February 25, 2019 13:30 IST
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Amid a sea of blacks, whites, gold and silver, these ladies made a statement in pink and how!

Pink at Oscars

IMAGE: Julia Roberts built the anticipation for her Oscar look by skipping the red carpet this year. Instead, she turned heads when she entered on stage in a bright pink on shoulder flowy dress with a leg slit by Elie Saab. Photograph: Kevin Winter/Getty Images

Pink at Oscars

IMAGE: Helen Mirren defied age in a pink tulle gown almost twinning with Sarah Paulson who wore a Brandon Maxwell puff dress in the same colour. The 73 year old looked royal as she finished her look with a diamond necklace, bracelet and earrings. Paulson also wore a diamond set and carried a matching clutch.  Photograph: Matt Petit/Getty Images

Pink at Oscars

IMAGE: Crazy Rich Asians' actor Gemma Chan risked wearing neon pink to the Oscars and boy, she owned it like a bawse. The voluminous Valentino gown had tiered details, a pocket (so cute) and a ruffled neckline. Photograph: Frazer Harrison/Getty Images

Pink at Oscars

IMAGE: For her first Oscar appearance, Kiki Layne wore a custom made Atelier Versace gown which she accessorized with Atelier Swarovski fine jewellery.
 Photographs: Frazer Harrison/Getty Images, left and Neilson Barnard/Getty Images

Pink at Oscars

IMAGE: Angela Bassett. 60 could easily give models and actor half her age a complex smouldered in a bubblegum pink Reem Acra gown. That pink diamond purse is crushworthy too.
 Photograph: Frazer Harrison/Getty Images

Pink at Oscars

IMAGE: Lina Cardellini left everyone gasping as she arrived on the red carpet in a pink high low ruffled Schiaparelli gown flashing her toned legs. While some trashed her outfit, calling it a nightmare, there were others who liked her fashion experiment. Photograph: Neilson Barnard/Getty Images

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