Oscars Red Carpet 2020
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As you already know, the Oscars Red Carpet event holds major influence over awards season especially when it comes to red carpet looks. During the star-studded event, opulence, savoir-faire and fashion grandiose takes precedence and always heavily encouraged on the red carpet.

Last night, the 92nd Academy Awards, Oscars Red Carpet 2020 event took place at the Dolby Theatre on Hollywood Boulevard. Celebrated stars including Mindy Kaling, Tamron Hall, Regina King, Cynthia Erivo and more hit the red carpet donning stunning designer gowns. Coupled with good-looking expensive dresses, dazzling hair and makeup didn’t fail at drawing our attention even closer.

Oscars 2020 Best Dressed Black Celebrities On The Red Carpet

From sexy to feminine, sensational and breathtakingly stunning, we’ve rounded up our favourite looks. As can be seen, Janelle Monae, Billy Porter in custom Giles Deacon, Cynthia Erivo in Atelier Versace, Regina King in Versace, Tamron Hall in Theia are some of our best-dressed celebrities. Altogether, these black celebrities are among those who brought opulence, glitz and glam on the Oscars 2020 red carpet.

Oscars Red Carpet 2020
Janelle Monae in a silver shimmering gown by Ralph Lauren
Cynthia Erivo in a custom Versace white dress and Tash jewelry
Just like Cynthia Regina King also stunned in a Versace gown
Oscars Red Carpet 2020
Reality TV star Blac Chyna is a vision in a Donna Matotoshi dress
Oscars Red Carpet 2020
Ryan Michelle Bathé in a Fouad Sarkis strapless dress
Oscars Red Carpet 2020
Mindy Kaling glows in Dolce & Gabbana styled with Chopard jewelry
Oscars 2020 Dresses
Sibley Scoles rocks a strapless metallic gown with a décolleté neckline
Oscars 2020 Dresses
Robin Roberts in Jimmy Choo and David Yurman jewelry
Oscars 2020 Dresses
Fatma AI Remaihi
Oscars 2020 Dresses
Tamron Hall in Theia
Oscars 2020 Dresses
Last but not least, Billy Porter wore a Giles Deacon Couture accessorised with Swarovski jewellery

While we think these are some of the best red carpet looks from the Oscars 2020, you may be thinking otherwise. Use the comment section and tell us who made a hit and who totally missed the memo.

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