Oscar Awards 2011 red carpet fashion: Tim Gunn’s best dressed list

February 27, 2011
By Sheryl Blasnik

This evening, February 27th, 2011, the biggest night of fashion aired on ABC TV.  The fashion world has been in a buzz for weeks with 2011 Oscar Award fashion predictions.. Who would wear what?  Tim Gunn was the host of  “Oscar’s Red Carpet Live” for the 83rd Academy Awards held at the Kodak Theater in Los Angeles.  The chief creative officer at Liz Claiborne Inc and Project Runway mentor has announced his top picks for best dressed at the Oscars this year.


Hailee Steinfeld, the True Grit nominee, wearing an age appropriate nude tulle 3/4 length Marchesa gown which she helped to design.

Mila Kunis looks graceful in a lavender chiffon Elie Saab gown.  Accessories include Neil Lane jewelry and a Bottega Veneta clutch.

Marisa Tomei walked the red carpet in a 1950 couture Charles James dress from Lily et Cie. She accessorized with Van Cleef and Arpels jewelry and Jimmy Choo shoes.

Jennifer Hudson who is the spokesperson for Weight Watchers looks glamorous wearing a tangerine Atelier Versace dress.

Scarlett Johansson at age 26 donned the red carpet wearing a Dolce & Gabbana lace gown with Anna Hu studs and a ring and Christian Louboutin shoes.

Oscar Host Anne Hathaway rocked the red carpet in her first look of the evening wearing a strapless red ruffled Valentino gown.


Who was your pick for best dressed this year at the Oscars?


Photos:  Wikifashion

Sheryl Blasnik



One Response to Oscar Awards 2011 red carpet fashion: Tim Gunn’s best dressed list

  1. Donna Karan designer suits on October 25, 2011 at 3:21 AM

    I think Scarlett Johnson deserves the best dressed women for the Oscar awards. Dolce & Gabbana always got something special for the celebrities, a thing that makes me feel insecure. Being worn by many celebrities, Dolce & Gabbana designs never fail to reach their expectations!

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