“The last two years we’ve been 20, and we still have such a hard and turbulent time in the world on the global arena, I think we want to keep the tone lively and festive because we need a release,” said Oscar producer Will Packer.
The high spirits began during the Oscar nominees’ dinner earlier this month. The red runway of the Oscars will once again be the longest and most important runway in all fashion.
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“I feel that people are ready for that. We haven’t seen a real fashion show yet, ”says style expert Alex Badzia.
Badia calls the red carpet of the Oscars the most important in recent years.
“I think it’s a women’s holiday in general and a return to the life we knew it,” says Badia.
This is where young designers are still looking for success.
“The idea of old Hollywood glamor is to distract from the old, to distract from old archival moments, to do something that seems a little fresh, new and young,” said designer Laquan Smith.
Smith’s bold design was the subject of discussion at Fashion Week.
The Oscars often call for a more conservative look, but this year is different.
“We are talking about pink, red, orange. We are talking about metallics, sequins and a return to sexuality,” he added.
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