From blue pins to some truly whacky purses.
Some celebrities wore blue ribbons that read “#withrefugees.” The ribbons are reportedly distributed by the UN Refugee Agency in support of Ukraine and refugees globally.
Benedict Cumberbatch wore a Ukrainian flag pin on his Armani suit.
And Jason Momoa’s blue and yellow pocket square appeared to be a reference to Ukraine. His suit is an up-cycled piece.
As per her interview with E! on the red carpet, King Richard star Saniyya Sidney’s Armani Privé look is inspired by Audrey Hepburn.
This is a bit of speculation from my end, but I suspect that Zoë Kravitz’ Saint Laurent look was inspired by Audrey’s Oscars look.
It also appears that Zendaya’s look is a reference to Sharon Stone’s 1998 Oscars party look, when the actor wore her husband’s Gap shirt.
Let’s talk purses! Niecy Nash sported one that read “Wifey for lifey” on the red carpet with her wife Jessica Betts.
While 13-time Oscar-nominated songwriter Diane Warren opted for one shaped like a boombox.
And makeup artist Eva Von Bahr’s bag was ~art~.
King Richard star Aunjanue Ellis’s custom Versace look says “Jax baby,” in honor of her mother.
Kourtney Kardashian was one of the few people to go the vintage route, wearing an ’80s Mugler dress.
As per E!’s red carpet coverage, Alana Haim’s Louis Vuitton dress took two and a half months to hand-bead and was hand-carried on a plane from Paris on Friday.
Once more according to E!, Penélope Cruz’s Chanel dress took 680 hours of work and has 8,000 embroidered elements. Also, pockets!
Nicole Kidman’s Armani Privé gown was custom-dyed after she said that she wanted to wear blue to the Oscars. Check out the sparkle detailing on the train.
Kristen Stewart’s Chanel necklace is inspired by a menswear tie.
Billie Eilish’s earrings are converted from a 19th century tiara. Plus, her shoes are vegan. You can’t see either because of her styling, but, according to E!, they are there.
Finally, Jada Pinkett Smith’s Jean Paul Gaultier dress, as per E!’s red carpet coverage, has clasps all the way down the front so that she can get in and out of it.