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Here Are The Oscars 2024 Red Carpet Details You Might Not Have Noticed

Here Are The Oscars 2024 Red Carpet Details You Might Not Have Noticed

It's Oscars night, which means it's time for — to paraphrase E!'s Laverne Cox — the movie industry's finest to tell us a story with their looks.

Ryan Gosling taking a selfie
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So, here are some of the moments you may have missed so far:

1.Colman Domingo wore a ring on his pinky finger that was owned by the activist Bayard Rustin, who Colman portrayed in Rustin.

Colman Domingo on the red carpet
Colman Domingo on the red carpet
Closeup of Colman Domingo
Closeup of Colman Domingo

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2.Rita Moreno wore a short black wig as a tribute to the late Broadway star Chita Rivera, the original Anita in West Side Story, who died in January.

Rita Moreno on the red carpet
Rita Moreno on the red carpet
Four dancers in mid-performance with dynamic poses against a brick wall backdrop
Four dancers in mid-performance with dynamic poses against a brick wall backdrop

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3.The Godzilla Minus One team wore Godzilla-themed shoes, and also carried tiny Godzillas with small bow ties.

Celebs holding Godzilla figurines
Celebs holding Godzilla figurines
Close-up of unidentified individuals' feet on a red carpet, wearing formal black shoes and outfits
Close-up of unidentified individuals' feet on a red carpet, wearing formal black shoes and outfits

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4.Billie Eilish's Chanel look appears to have been inspired by Ruth Handler, the creator of Barbie.

Billie Eilish on the red carpet
Billie Eilish on the red carpet
Closeup of Ruth Handler holding a Barbie doll
Closeup of Ruth Handler holding a Barbie doll

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5.Cynthia Erivo told E! that her Louis Vuitton green leather outfit is a nod to her upcoming starring role in Wicked.

Cynthia Erivo on the red carpet
Cynthia Erivo on the red carpet
Screenshot from
Screenshot from

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6.Anya Taylor-Joy's Dior look is a nod to the iconic Junon dress, as well as inspired by the Botticelli "Birth of Venus" painting. It took 6,000 hours to make.

Anya Taylor-Joy poses in a strapless, embellished gown with a tiered skirt
Anya Taylor-Joy poses in a strapless, embellished gown with a tiered skirt

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7.Danielle Brooks has the number 26 written on her nails, in honor of being the 26th Black woman nominated for supporting actress.

Danielle Brooks on the red carpet
Danielle Brooks on the red carpet
Closeup of Danielle Brooks's fingernails
Closeup of Danielle Brooks's fingernails

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8.According to E!, Lupita Nyong'o's dress was originally made in 2020, but fittingly acts as a reference to the iconic dress that she wore for her 2014 Oscars win.

Lupita Nyong'o on the red carpet
Lupita Nyong'o on the red carpet
Lupita Nyong'o in a flowing dress with photographers in the background
Lupita Nyong'o in a flowing dress with photographers in the background

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9.America Ferrera's Versace look, as well as being a Barbie pink, is also made out of chain mail dress that took 400 hours to make, according to E!.

America Ferrera in a sparkling sleeveless gown with a plunging neckline at an awards event
America Ferrera in a sparkling sleeveless gown with a plunging neckline at an awards event
America Ferrera smiles in a sequined dress at an event with floral background
America Ferrera smiles in a sequined dress at an event with floral background

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We'll keep you updated as the night continues.

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