*WARNING: SPOILER ALERT*
This post contains information about the winners. You have been warned!
Award season has been hot and happening this month, and true to form, Ruby is proud to bring you a round-up of last night's 84th Academy Awards. We've brought together the top winner's list and of course, our fashion round up - the best part!
The Artist was nominated for ten academy awards including Best Actor (Jean DuJardin), Best Supporting Actress (Bérénice Bejo), Best Director (Michel Hazanavicius) and Best Original Screen Play ((Michel Hazanavicius).
This is Jean DuJardin's first nomination and win for an Academy Award. He was the sure favourite as he has won a Golden Globe, a BAFTA, a Screen Actors Guild Award and Cannes Award for his lead role in The Artist.
Best Supporting Actor
My Week with Marilyn
Max von Sydow
Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close
WINNER: Christopher Plummer - Beginners
Best Supporting Actress
The Art ist
WINNER: Octavia Spencer - The Help
Best Foreign Language Film
WINNER: A Separation - Iran
For a full list of winners and nominees, see here.
Onto the fashion! We decided to withhold judgement on what we thought of the starlets outfits - we'd love to hear your opinion - facebook, tweet or comment on the blog and let us know what you thought of this years fashion greats, and not so greats. We've picked up on a few trends though, and here they are!
Brights were seen all over the red carpet,with red and orange dominating this trend. We love the fun its adds to the red carpet, and we think its a great break from the usual sparkly stuff we are all so used to seeing.
Metallics were all the rage tonight too - we love Ellie Kemper and Rose Byrne looks smouldering in Vivienne Westwood. What do you think?
A red carpet is no red carpet without the classic, unwavering fortitude of some good nude and sparkly dresses. They're always a safe bet because they always look amazing. This years selection is no different. Jennifer Lopez seemed to have had a mishap with her dress while presenting an award with Cameron Diaz - check out all the tweets about it here.
White was most definitely the dominating trend on the red carpet this year. Its clean, simple, sophisticated and fresh - what say you?
Another year, another award season gone by. We hope you've enjoyed our coverage and we look forward to doing it all over again next year!
Best Motion Picture Boards (L to R): 1 // 2 // 3 // 4 // 5 // 6 // 7 // 8 // 9 //
Best Actor and Actress Boards: All official Oscar Portraits found here
All Fashion Pictures sourced from here
Labels: 2012 Oscars, 84th Annual Academy Awards, Celebrities, events, fashion, Ruby and the Swallow