From Gucci to Chanel: Top 7 Celebrities Setting Oscar Trends 2021

From Gucci to Chanel: Top 7 Celebrities Setting Oscar Trends 2021

From the whimsical Gucci clutch of Celeste to the gorgeous Tiffany & Co carried by Andra Day, Oscar never fails to come back with the bang! where most of the fashion moments, ceremonies were pre-recorded or virtual, Oscar went a step ahead with this prestigious event at a different location to adhere to the COVID-19 safety precautions.

This unveiled us to our favorite celebrities that we didn’t see all glammed up during the pandemic. The golden stars lifted up the energy with their elegance to give us some major style goals. 


Here are the top 7 celebrities who were spotted setting Oscar Trends 2021. 

1. Celeste Waite

Oscar Trends 2021The British singer and songwriter Celeste Waite elevated the value of the red carpet with her drop-dead gorgeous Gucci gown and statement embellished clutch that was a total show-stealing at the Oscars. This anatomical heart clutch was taken straight from the Gucci Fall 2021 Aria collection runway held on April 15.

As if this wasn’t already enough. Her bold lip and signature hairstyle gave the look the ever-needed character that made this look of our personal favorites. 

2. Margot Robbi

Margot Robbie

The promising Young Women Producer and Suicide Squad star Margot Robbie went for the classic brand, her favorite Chanel silver floral texture, Chanel Haute Joaillerie pearl drop earrings, and a glamorous sequined black Chanel clutch to bring the look together.

Although the outfit didn’t make it the best-dressed outfit for the day, it surely left us a mark with the highly elegant and chic look. 

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The silver gown stood against the rest and its quality style gave the look an element of simple that resonates with Robbie’s personality. Other than that, these multiple nominated celebrities kept our standards high with their cute soft bangs that perfectly go well with this unforgettable mesmerizing look.

3. Yuh-Jung Youn and Yeri Han

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Youn Yuh-Jung won the best-supporting actress award with a style! 

The famous South Korean actress kept her style ahead of everyone in Marmar Halim gown and black Vivier Clutch to accentuate her elegant and classy personality. For years, she has been the icon of the South Koren cinema with her gut-wrenching screen performance and handbag collection that only gets better with time. Indeed, with this simple yet chic outfit, she totally stole our hearts. 

Coming to Yeri Han, she is indeed the star of the Oscar-Nominated Minari with her mesmerizing ensemble, pulled-back sleek hair, and hoops that are giving us big fashion goals. She is one of the very few South Koren actresses who have prevailed her name independently on the screen and become the style icon for many fashion enthusiasts out there.

Both Youn Yuh-Jung and Yeri Han were the highlights of Oscars with the black and red outfits that perfectly resonate with their simpy yet bold personalities. 

4. Olivia Colman

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Here comes another Roger Vivier clutch. Oliva was a nominee for the best-supporting actress in the movie The Father which she impressed all of her fans with her exceptional acting performance. Coming to her splendid style, with a gown this bold and gorgeous sit was surely impossible to get our eyes off of her. 

Considering how she paired the gown with a thin matching belt, Dior strappy shoes, dangling earrings, and white-colored Roger Vivier clutch to make her look second to none. Even though the actress didn’t win the award, she walked out with confidence and grace that makes her a total winner in the eyes of her fans.

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5. Angela Bassett

Angela Bassett

Angela Basset’s red gown was unarguably the show-stealer of Oscars and you have to admit. The queen has been long neon to offer highly dramatic looks with her fierce acting performance which has brought her to the Oscars today. 

She knows how to get eyeballs on her as soon as she walks in with her statement red lip clutch bag from Alberta Ferretti. The sequin quirky bag has particularly set Oscar trends and will likely stay in your mind forever. Along with that, this best actress-nominee kept everything upbeat throughout the event.

6. Andra Day

Andra Day

As they say, to win the Oscar, you need to look like one. Gold gowns never fail to add the ever-needed glamorous look to these high-profile celebrities. Andra Day is surely setting the hottest trends with her laid-back cut-out gold gown to amp up the appearance of any red carpet.

The Tiffany & Co matching clutch only makes it possible for her to rock any look she wants. 

Another thing that stood out was her strappy rocking a pair of simple yet stunning Casadei gold heels to add a minimal look to this already perfect outfit. Considering how the fancy clutch was the life of the party, it is definitely on our wishlist! 

She lifted the spirits of the awards ceremony with the presence of her excellent performance as the best actress in the movie United States vs Billie Holiday where she played the role of Billie Holiday, fighting against the Federal Bureau of Narcotics. 

7. Erica Rivinoja

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Screenwriter Erica Rivinoja is setting standards high with her magenta gown and Edie Parker shrimp-shaped resin bag that is only accentuating this iconic look of the loo and setting Oscar trends. The star won the Best Adapted Screenplay Oscar Award with her unprecedented skills that no one can match up to. 

Therefore, whether it is rocking the Oscars’ red carpet with her stunning looks or shaking up her fans with her screenwriting, Erica Rivinoja is definitely the embodiment of beauty with brains. 

All in all, just like all of the Oscar shows, this event was a major hit to see deserving celebrities being appreciated, the nominees making their mark, and not to mention the biggest Oscar trends that we are getting to see after a year. Which is your favorite Oscar trend, let us know in the comments below.