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Oscars 2018: The Best Red-Carpet Poses

Enough about the outfits, these poses were picture perfect
Eliza Concepcion
5 Mar
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It’s Hollywood’s night of all nights so naturally the world’s been glued to the ‘gram checking to see who wore what. But, for the 90th Academy Awards everyone upped their style game, so the only way to actually stand out was with their camera presence. Cue the most notice-me looks of the night.

News
|5 Mar|3 mins

Oscars 2018: The Best Red-Carpet Poses

Enough about the outfits, these poses were picture perfect
Eliza Concepcion
5 Mar
Share:

It’s Hollywood’s night of all nights so naturally the world’s been glued to the ‘gram checking to see who wore what. But, for the 90th Academy Awards everyone upped their style game, so the only way to actually stand out was with their camera presence. Cue the most notice-me looks of the night.

Rita Moreno at the Oscars 2018, image via Getty

Bringing back the same dress that she wore to the Oscars in 1962 and looking just as good, Rita Moreno cemented her place in the style hall of fame with a smile on her face and a regal curtsy.

Margot Robbie at the Oscars 2018, image via Getty

An Australian favourite, Margot Robbie knows that with sleeves this sparkly, the only way to carry your cross-body bag is with the strap in hand.

Nicole Kidman at the Oscars 2018, image via Getty

Obviously a red-carpet pro, Nicole Kidman opted for the strong hand-on-hip pose with a little leg “pop” to show off her striking midnight-blue gown.

Daniel Kaluuya and Timothee Chalamet at the Oscars 2018, image via Getty

Daniel Kaluuya and Timothee Chalamet pulled the classic point-at-the-camera pose to show that there were no hard feelings as both were pitted against each other for the Best Actor in a Leading Role award.

Taraji P Henson at the Oscars 2018, image via Getty

Taraji P Henson put her acting skills to the test - a coy look over her shoulder showed off the cut-out features on her sheer black gown.

Agnes Varda and JR at the Oscars 2018, image via Getty

The quirky Belgian film director and her French street artist muse may have clashed their outfits, but they mirrored each other’s poses for a perfect photo.

St. Vincent at the Oscars 2018, image via Getty

Sometimes it’s best to let your statement outfit do the talking. The singer-songwriter St. Vincent kept her poses simple to show off her single exaggerated sleeve.

Sofia Carson at the Oscars 2018, image via Getty

Disney star Sofia Carson made the cameras work for her with a quick flick of her chiffon cape for the strongest red carpet look of the night.

Darrell Britt-Gibson at the Oscars 2018, image via Getty

The American actor and writer known for Three Billboards Outside of Ebbing Missouri brought some character to the carpet with his salmon-pink blazer and highly energetic air poses.

Andra Day at the Oscars 2018, image via Getty

The winner of the Most Extra Pose of the Night award goes to singer-songwriter Andra Day. If we’ve learnt anything about posing it’s that laying elegantly on the floor is the best way to hide the fact that your feet hurt.

Jennifer Lawrence at the Oscars 2018, image via Getty

An honourable mention goes to J-Law for not only doing whatever it took to get to her seat with a wine in hand, but also for just being herself in front of all the cameras.

Now that you know how to work the camera like a pro, find the perfect outfit for your next event.

Eliza Concepcion
Fashion Editor
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