21 Fashion Looks from the Oscars That Big Brands Will Be Copying This Season

21 Fashion Looks from the Oscars That Big Brands Will Be Copying This Season

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Oscar 2021 was a glitzy affair, with charming celebrities and stunning clothing. Big fashion brands make it a point to draw inspiration from the best-dressed celebrities at the Oscars red carpet every year, usually because of their popularity among fashionistas and common people alike. This year is no different. Here is a list of the best Oscar 2021 styles that retail brands are sure to replicate this season.

Vanessa Kirby

Oscars 2021 Fashion

Vanessa Kirby's two-piece Gucci gown makes a case for co-ord sets in the coming seasons. The plunging sweetheart top coupled with a long trailing skirt and a sliver of midriff, shows off a sharp look that most brands will be eyeing this season.

Viola Davis

Evening couture is bound to be inspired by Viola Davis's show-stopping white gown, designed by Alexander McQueen. Featuring bold cutouts on the bodice, teamed with a flowy skirt, this dress was a dreamily elegant choice that took Oscar 2021 fashion up a notch.

Andra Day

Bold, beautiful, and breathtaking, Andra Day's metallic Vera Vang piece was dripping in glamorous gold. This draped piece, detailed with a thigh-high slit, midriff cutout, and asymmetrical sleeves, is bound to adorn couture shelves in the coming days.

Carey Mulligan

Oscars 2021 Fashion

Carey Mulligan's gorgeous two-piece gown that set the stage for old-school Hollywood to shine through is a frontrunner in the race to be copied by big brands. The bandeau top stays true to the season's trends, while the Victorian skirt pays tribute to the classic era.


Always the statement-maker, Zendaya's Oscar 2021 sunny yellow dress kept the Pantone shade of the year in mind. This midriff-baring piece, with knotted details and a flowing skirt designed by Valentino Haute Couture, is sure to be a big hit among ready-to-wear styles.

Ariana DeBose

Ariana DeBose's Oscar 2021 gown by Atelier Versace was a candy-inspired pop of orange, teamed with a thigh-high slit and triangular cutouts that are sure to take the fashion world by storm.

Margot Robbie

Actress Margot Robbie looked like she had just walked out of a haute couture dream in a lacy Chanel gown. The figure-hugging dress, sparkling with silver flowers, was one of the most iconic styles of Oscar 2021, bound to inspire fashion racks all over the world.

Chloe Zhao

Accordion pleats and dainty smocks remain a force to be reckoned with – as was proved by Chloe Zhao's Oscar 2021 gown. Pairing her Hermès outfit with chunky white sneakers, Chloe has become the new red-carpet favorite for retail brands.

Regina King

Oscars 2021 Fashion

Regina King was one of the reigning queens of Oscar 2021 fashion. Her periwinkle blue gown, embellished with sparkling rows of sequins and butterfly-inspired sleeves, is a sure-shot entry to the trending list.

Halle Berry

Halle Berry never fails to make a statement, and she did it this year as well. Her Oscar 2021 gown combined layers of plum chiffon with a sweetheart bodice to create a whimsical look that will rule this year.

Lauren Dern

Red carpet favorite Lauren Dern didn't fail to impress this year as well. Her black-and-white dress, designed in a flamboyant feathery look, is sure to make a comeback in retail outlets soon enough.

Leslie Odon Junior

Taking a step away from the classics, Leslie Odon Junior's golden suit was a stand-out style on the Oscar 2021 red carpet. So, be prepared to see extravagant colors dominating the men's fashion world in the coming days.

Tiara Thomas

Thanks to Tiara Thomas's white wonder, sharply cut pantsuits will make a splash in the market, featuring a feathery jacket over a plunging shawl collar and flared pants.

Amanda Seyfried

Red remained the color of choice for Oscar 2021, and Amanda Seyfried's Armani Privé gown was proof. This floor-sweeping tulle number, paired with a never-get-old bun and minimal bling, is the perfect inspiration for retail brands.

Reese Witherspoon

In a Dior gown accentuated by a thin belt at the waist, Reese Witherspoon sported a right-off-the-runway look. The sarong-style bodice and accordion-pleat skirt can become the newest trend to rule the retail arena.

Emerald Fennell

Flower power is still going strong, especially in Emerald Fennell's ruffled Gucci gown. The refreshing green shade broken by pink floral prints will be a wondrous entry to maternity fashion this year.

Glenn Close

Classics should get their due, and Glenn Close knows this. Thus, her look of choice for Oscar 2021 was a sequined long-sleeve tunic paired with silky pants and gloves – a style that big brands are sure to replicate.

Olivia Colman

'The Crown' star Olivia Colman stayed close to her character's style with a red high-neck midi dress defined by bishop sleeves and a belted waist. Her Oscar 2021 style is a ready pick for ready-to-wear brands to imitate in the new season.

Angela Bassett

Exaggeration was the name of the game for Angela Bassett's Oscar 2021 look. Her front-slit red gown, framed by extravagant pillow sleeves, will become the talk-of-the-town when it hits the stores.

Daniel Kaluuya

Defining debonair men's fashion was Daniel Kaluuya's versatile black tuxedo. The classic silhouette was upgraded with custom cuts and trims that will soon become a go-to in the men's ready-made fashion area.

Maria Bakalova

In a Deep-V tulle gown from Louis Vuitton, Maria Bakalova made sure her first red carpet look was unforgettable. Dark red lips and glittering jewelry ensured that her style was worthy of being copied by brands in the coming season. These were just some spectacular styles from Oscar 2021 that will hit the retail market soon, so take your pick from these stunning looks and create a collection that patrons will undoubtedly love!


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