Oscars 2019: You can now buy Lady Gaga and Lupita Nyong'o’s red carpet gowns

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Katie O'Malley@KatieOMalley_
Wednesday 27 February 2019 17:33
Oscars 2019: Red carpet fashion

Hollywood has rolled up its red carpet for another year following the historic successes of the 2019 Oscars on Sunday evening.

Best Costume Design winner Ruth E. Carter made history as the first black woman to win in the category while Spike Lee won his first Best Screenplay Oscar for his film BlacKkKlansman.

And while Olivia Colman’s Best Actress speech and Rami Malek’s kiss with actor Lucy Boynton remain topics of conversation, its the red carpet fashion from the ceremony that continues to captivate the attention of sartorial fans.

According to global fashion search platform Lyst, searches for Christian Siriano increased by 100 per cent on the website following Billy Porter’s appearance in a tuxedo gown by the designer on the red carpet.

Meanwhile, Jason Momoa’s pink velvet suit sparked a 750 per cent increase in searches for velvet blazers after he sported a Karl Lagerfeld-designer suit and matching-coloured Fendi scrunchie to the awards show.

However, what if we told you that it’s now possible to buy the red carpet gowns worn on the runway online?

From Lady Gaga’s Breakfast at Tiffany's-inspired Brandon Maxwell ball gown (complete with a 128-carat ‘Tiffany’ diamond), to Emilia Clarke’s bright orange Rosie Assoulin puff-sleeve dress, here are several Oscar red carpet gowns you can click to buy.

We’ll race you to the checkout.

Lady Gaga

Lady Gaga attends Oscars 2019 Vanity Fair party

Brandon Maxwell, Zip-Detailed Satin Full Gown £5,928

Walking the red carpet in Los Angeles, the singer dressed in a black Brandon Maxwell dress with a gathered waistline, scoop neck and zip detailing. She accessorised the look with a famous canary yellow diamond owned by Tiffany & Co.

Audrey Hepburn wore the aptly-named “Tiffany” diamond in a necklace in publicity photos for Breakfast At Tiffany's in 1962.

The central stone of the necklace is a 128-carat diamond and cut in a cushion shape.

Buy the dress here.

Sarah Paulson

Sarah Paulson attends Oscars 2019

Brandon Maxwell, Cutout-Accented Gathered Gown, £7,290

The actor wore this fuchsia-coloured dress which first debuted at the designer’s autumn/winter 2019 runway.

The gathered crew neck is accented perfectly by the gathered waist cut outs.

Buy the dress here.

Lupita Nyong'o

Lupita NYoung'o attends Oscars 2019 Vanity Fair party

Oscar de la Renta, Feather-Trimmed One-Shoulder Tulle Gown, £26,628

The actor wore a dreamy tulle one-shouldered gown covered in ostrich feathers to the Vanity Fair party.

Feathers have been a major trend on the spring/summer 2019 catwalks this month, featuring in collections from the likes of Gucci, Tom Ford and Marc Jacobs.

The dress features a velvet waistband that ties in a bow at the back.

Buy the dress here.

Danai Gurira

Danai Gurrira attends 2019 Oscars

Brock Collection, Paige Strapless Belted Jacquard Dress, £6,201

Gurira’s jacquard dress is designed in a ball gown shape with a removable colour-blocked belt and a strapless silhouette.

It was first seen on the label's autumn/winter 2019 runway.

Buy the dress here.

Emilia Clarke

Emilia Clarke attends Oscars 2019 Vanity Party

Rosie Assoulin, Off-The-Shoulder Cotton Dress, £1,975

This Assoulin creation, worn to the Vanity Fair Oscars party, was a striking silhouette featuring balloon sleeves, a bustier top and pockets.

Buy the dress here.

Emily Ratakowski

Emily Ratakowski attends Oscars 2019 Vanity Party

Brock Collection, Pierrette Bustier-Detailed Cotton-Lace Peplum Dress, £4,500

Made of cotton-lace this dress is constructed with a tiered peplum waist, bustier top and trumpet skirt.

Buy the dress here.

Lily Collins

Lily Collins attends Oscars 2019 Vanity Fair party

Marchesa, Floral-Print Silk-Blend Peplum Dress, £5,964

The silk-blend midi-dress is covered in a floral motif and features an asymmetric neckline, a peplum waist and a velvet-trimmed waistline.

Buy the dress here.

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