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They say the Oscars are like your wedding day, even the fashion risk-takers play it safe. But going for ‘classic beautiful’ can have infinite shades of grey (well played) and the most anticipated red carpet event of the year always holds surprises in store. Red carpet trends: who wore them better?

Sexy undercuts

Scarlett Johanssen and Rosamund Pike Oscars 2015 Getty

Scarlett Johansson and Gone Girl star Rosamund Pike proved that undercuts are a solid trend.


Jennifer Lopez and Dakota Johnson Oscars 2015 Getty

At these glamorous events, hairdos usually add more age to stars. That’s the beauty of ponytails, they are brilliant at killing off gala seriousness whilst maintaining elegance. In the image, Jennifer Lopez and Dakota Johnson. Image: Getty.


Chloe Grace Moretz and Scarlett Johansson Oscars 2015 Getty

Diamonds are always a must in the red carpet, but this the spotlight was on the ear cuffs. In diamonds, of course. Scarlett Johansson’s was made from pink gold and Chloe Grace Moretz opted for diamonds. Image: Getty.

Wet hair looks

Louise Roe and Gwyneth Paltrow Oscars 2015 Getty

It’s something everyone’s been talking for a while now. Wet hair, or even dirty, is going to be a hit this spring, and celebrities have not waited to pull it out in the carpet. In the image, Louise Roe and Gwyneth Paltrow. Image: Getty.

Low buns

Julianne Moore and Marion Cotillard Oscars 2015 Getty

Best actress Julianne Moore and Marion Cotillard are some of the best examples of low, side combed buns. For all eyes on the glitter!