Pink Dresses Were the Big Red Carpet Trend at 2019 Oscars

Forget the red carpet. Celebrities entering tonight’s Oscars ceremony turned it into a pink carpet. From bold bright fuchsia to paler shades of blush and almost-nude, the color reigned supreme over the evening’s fashion choices.

Tidying guru Marie Kondo sparked joy in her flower-studded Jenny Packham dress:

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Meagan Good selected a Grecian-goddess-meets-Winter-Olympics look:

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Couple Jason Momoa and Lisa Bonet came in matching Karl Lagerfeld creations:

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Angela Bassett’s one-shouldered Reem Acra gown brought the drama:

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And Kiki Layne’s pastel pink column popped, with a giant ruffle and cutout in the back:

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Was there a pop culture inspiration behind the pink carpet? Twitter seemed to think Killing Eve‘s contract killer villain Villanelle might have been on the mood board for some of the Oscars looks:

And it’s true—Villanelle’s frothy Molly Goddard dress did seem to have some doppelgangers.

Just look at Maya Rudolph in this caped floral number:

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And Helen Mirren in this twirly-swirly tulle confection from Schiaparelli:

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Gemma Chan made us swoon in this bright pink Valentino gown with horizontal ruched sections and a high ruffle neck:

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Kacey Musgraves, recent Grammy winner and slated to present a musical performance at the Oscars ceremony, was a sherbet dream in Giambattista Valli:

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Sarah Paulson was more than pretty in pink in a voluminous Brandon Maxwell gown with cutouts and pockets:

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And Green Book‘s Linda Cardellini went two-tone in a dark fuschia set off with a baby pink bow:

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