Oscars red carpet: black, metallics, mermaid

 A couple standard themes were seen on the red carpet as Hollywood's biggest stars arrived at the Dolby Theatre on Sunday: metallics are incredibly gorgeous and black is always classy.

 Sandra Hueller, a German actress who starred in "The Zone of Interest" and was nominated for best actress for "Anatomy of a Fall," looked magnificent in a black Schiaparelli gown with a wide.

 One of the celebrities having an EGOT (Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, Tony) was presenter Rita Moreno. She arrived wearing a black gown with frills down the front and at the neck. Her black wig, she informed ABC, was an homage to the late Chita Rivera.

 One of the biggest fashion stars of this awards season, Colman Domingo, who is nominated for best actor for "Rustin," looked dapper in a double-breasted Louis Vuitton tuxedo with slightly flared pants, elaborate silver buttons, and an abundance of jewelry, including a gorgeous brooch in his bowtie.

 Actress Vanessa Hudgens of "High School Musical" also made a major impression with her body-con dress, a black, long-sleeved gown that showed off her baby belly when she revealed she was expecting a child with baseball star husband Cole Tucker. 

 Dressing like the golden statuette is one of the finest ways to get attention on the Oscars red carpet; metallics are a classic look that never goes out of style.

 Presenting an award, Anya Taylor-Joy dazzled in a silvery, strapless Dior gown adorned with a plethora of sequins and glitter.

 America Ferrera, who was nominated for best supporting actress for her role in "Barbie," paired two popular red carpet styles with her form-fitting, pink, metallic Versace sleeveless dress.

 Emma Stone, the best actress Oscar winner, went her own way in terms of fashion, dressing in a pale aqua, strapless Louis Vuitton suit with a broad peplum and a long skirt, much like the character Bella Baxter from "Poor Things."

 Presenters Ariana Grande, a pop sensation who will soon appear in a two-part film adaptation of the well-known Broadway musical "Wicked," and Cynthia Erivo, a two-time Oscar contender.

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