The Oscar goes to… | The Herald of Mexico
Sunday March 12 is the most anticipated night for lovers of the big screen, but also for all of us who are obsessed with fashion.
The awards season begins at the beginning of the year and culminates with the delivery of the most important statuette: the Oscar. The stage opens with Golden Globesjust beginning January, a gala event and the beginning of what we will see the rest of the red carpets, this year the first places of the best dressed were: Anya-Taylor Joy in a yellow Dior, Jessica Chastain in an Oscar de la Renta with a dress of jewels and transparency, and Letitia Wright in Pradabut the selection of celebrity looks left much to talk about, and critics were left unsatisfied.
In February the Grammys arrive, dedicated to recorded music, and where we see the most important musical performers go through the red carpet. This red carpet is usually the most fun and spontaneous due to the creativity of the guests. Between ripped pants, studs and transparencies, this is one of the most relaxed awards. The 2023 edition was marked by queen of pop Taylor Swift, who dazzled in a signature cropped top and midnight blue skirt. robert cavalli, and some earrings. Then they wait for BAFTA Awarded by the English Academy, this year Prince William and Kate surprised by appearing at the gala, she was the star of the night.
The SAG Awards, prizes that are awarded and for which the actors themselves vote, and that only performers are rewarded (no musicians, producers, or directors). It is also a long gala event, where celebrities bring out their best looks, makeup and accessories. It girl, Zendaya in a pale pink Valentino Haute Couture wore the night.
And while waiting for the big night, this Sunday, the bets for the best looks are already on the air. Those who opt for the most elegant dresses are usually the nominees for best actress, so we will see Cate Blanchett for TÁR, Ana de Armas for Blonde, Andrea Riseborough for To Leslie, Michelle Yeoh for Everything at the same time everywhere and Michelle Williams for The Fabelmans. But surely those who will have the most daring dresses are those nominated for best supporting actress, Angela Bassett, Jamie Lee Curtis, Kerry Condon, Hong Chau and Stephanie Hsu.
The boys will also have a special place in the world of the carpet, because although it is a gala event, and the tuxedo is rigorous, creativity in accessories, shades and shoes is very important. We will see who becomes the star of the night.
BY BEGOÑA COSÍO