It was yet another star-studded evening in California on Sunday, as the industry’s most respected entertainers stepped out for the 21st annual Hollywood Film Awards. Taking place at the Beverly Hills Hotel, the ceremony benefitted the Motion Picture & Television Fund — a charitable organization dedicated to providing various resources amongst the entertainment community — and was hosted by James Corden for the third year in a row.
While many actresses glammed it up for the nearly four-hour-long Oscars, others saved their best look of the night for the star-studded Vanity Fair Oscar Party.
At Sunday’s Oscars, stars did not hold back when it came to showing off fascinating hairstyles that left everyone in awe and wanting to know more about these mane attractions.
Janelle Monae wore a dazzling gold headband at the 2017 Oscars. For this year’s 2017 Oscars Awards, one reoccurring trend were the all the amazing hair accessories — we’re talking glamorous tiaras and insanely hot headdresses — that adorned the heads of stars such as Janelle Monae, Ruth Negga and Salma Hayek. Headbands are an easy add-on that makes one heck of an impact.
Celebrities on the red carpet showed off glamorous gowns and suits at the 89th Annual Academy Awards. But perhaps even more captivating was the wide assortment of jewels that stars used to accessorize their looks.
Janelle Monae attends the 89th Annual Academy Awards on Feb. 26, 2017. There isn’t much that will get Janelle Monáe out of her signature black and white, but apparently the Oscars is on the list. While the actress did not stray far from her favored palette — a way to “pay homage” to her “working-class roots,” she has said — she added stunning gold and silver details in a straight-off-the-runway Elie Saab couture dress that’s the lovechild of the Black Swan and a fairy godmother.
Janelle Monáe typically wears black and white, and the singer turned actress always manages to bring us dynamic, stunning outfits every time she steps out. On Tuesday night, the Hidden Figures star attended Marie Claire‘s Image Maker Awards in her customary color palette, serving Victor/Victoria realness in a look that was half LBD, half tuxedo.