Oscars 2018: See all the incredible red carpet pictures

Take a look at the all the red carpet photos from this year’s star-studded Academy Awards 2018

The Oscars 2018 are finally upon us, and all eyes are on the red carpet to see the arrival of Hollywood’s finest in their agenda-setting attire.

Taking place at the Dolby Theatre, Los Angeles, the 90th annual Academy Awards arrivals kicked off in fitting style, with all eyes on Jennifer Lawrence (who in true J Law fashion has become a viral meme again because she’s just so damn relatable), in a dark metallic Dior gown, featuring some barely there spaghetti straps for just the right amount of of 90s nostalgia.

The metallic brigade

The Oscar winning actress certainly kicked off the metallic trend on the red carpet, and she was in good company with Sandra Bullock (Louis Vuitton), Lupita Nyong’o (Versace) and Gal Gadot (Givenchy), all in shimmering metallics – no doubt a nod to the golden statuette – with Twitter in overdrive calling Lupita an actual IRL Oscar.

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Bridal wear

Alongside metallics, the A-list embraced lace embellishment, full skirts and white and blush tones in a nod to bridal wear: Allison Williams (Armani Privé), Mira Sorvino, Camila Alves (Vivienne Westwood) and Margot Robbie (in a knockout Chanel Haute Couture gown) all opted for silhouettes that wouldn’t look out of place walking down the aisle.

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Blue crush

And in one epic Oscars takeover, Nicole Kidman slayed in a vivid blue sculptural Armani Privé gown with romantic oversized bow detail and proved once again, she owns the red carpet (Talking about Oscars moments, can we all please take a second to remember this gem from last year, when Nicole Kidman taught us all how to clap…). Jennifer Garner followed suit in a vivid blue Valentino gown, while Dame Helen Mirren looked chic in navy.

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Pretty in pink

There’s always room for pink on the red carpet. Actors Saoirse Ronan (Calvin Klein), Viola Davis (Michael Kors) and Danai Gurira (Gabriela Hearst) all wore varying shades of the romantic hue, from bubblegum pink to neon.

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Want even more Oscars coverage? We’ll be reporting on the fate of the Oscars nominations 2018, plus if you’re feeling a little nostalgic, we’ve also curated the top Oscar speeches, Oscar snubs and best Oscars dresses of all time…

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