Oscars 2020 fashion: Billie Eilish, Timothée Chalamet go luxe casual

Have the Oscars been hit by the casualization of trend?

That may well look to be the case based mostly on the designer get-ups worn by Billie Eilish, Diane Keaton and Timothée Chalamet on Sunday.

In what would have been tremendous-amazing outfits at any other celebration, the superstars appeared rather casual for the 92nd Academy Awards. There is no denying that they stayed correct to their personalities, refusing to tweak their unique own fashion for Hollywood’s largest evening.

Presenters Diane Keaton, still left, and Keanu Reeves onstage during the 92nd Academy Awards on Sunday. Is Keaton’s search also everyday for the upscale Oscars?

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Dressed in Ralph Lauren Selection, Keaton preserved her fascination with menswear that first emerged in “Annie Corridor,” which coincidentally gained her an Oscar for very best actress. In an onstage reunion with her “Something’s Gotta Give” costar Keanu Reeves, she belted a wool cashmere plaid coat around a wool houndstooth jacket and pants.

Chanel was Eilish’s go-to luxurious label for every little thing from the multicolored ribbons wrapped all over her messy green-and-black bun to her black-and-white jacket, pants, fingerless gloves and sneakers.

Timothée Chalamet

Timothée Chalamet in Prada at the 92nd Academy Awards.

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Chalamet went the sustainable route with Prada in a customized navy gabardine jacket and trousers produced of nylon recycled from plastic squander collected from oceans, fishing nets and discarded textiles. Although he skipped wearing a tie with his white poplin shirt under the fuel station attendant-type jacket, he did put on a Cartier Tradition brooch with white gold, platinum, rubies and diamonds.

Continue to, it was an aesthetic about-deal with from the 2018 Oscars, where Chalamet had chosen a crisp ivory tuxedo by Berluti, which was then headed by his good friend and favourite designer, Haider Ackermann.

Possibly the stars had been fatigued of slogging by awards year and just preferred to do something distinctive or wanted to use the hashtag #IDGAF in their social media posts.

At least the red carpet was spared the sight of the ubiquitous yoga legging.

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