Gal Gadot, the star of the blockbuster movie Wonder Woman, made a stunning appearance at the Oscars held in the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. She chose to channel the 1920s era with her sparkling Givenchy gown that came with fringes and showed off her flapper style. Her hair was styled by Dove’s Mark Townsend, who slicked it down to match her elegant look.
Gal Gadot made a stunning appearance at the Oscars held at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. She chose to wear a Givenchy gown that took inspiration from the 1920s fashion era. The dress had a plunging neckline that extended almost to her flat midriff, and she completed the look with a dazzling drop necklace. The sleeveless outfit was silver and sparkly until mid-thigh, where it transformed into a darker metallic fringe that flowed down to the hem. Gal posed confidently with her husband, Yaron Varsano, who looked dapper in his suit. The couple shares two daughters, Maya (six years old) and Alma (11 and a half months old).
Looking stunning: The 32-year-old rocked a vintage look inspired by the 1920s with a sleek, sparkling gown adorned with fringe. She complemented her ensemble with slicked-back hair, channeling the iconic flapper style.
You could tell she had it all going on with the stunning gown she was wearing. The neckline was daring, dipping down almost to her toned stomach, and she added some extra sparkle with a gorgeous drop necklace.
A lovely couple graced the stage at the Academy Awards ceremony, consisting of Gal Gadot and her husband Yaron Varsano – a businessman looking sharp in his suit. The pair share two daughters, Maya who is six years old and Alma who is 11 months old. Gal, who famously played Wonder Woman last year, unfortunately did not earn any Oscar nominations. However, she did have the honor of presenting the award for Best Makeup and Hairstyling alongside Armie Hammer from the film Call Me By Your Name. The trio of Kazuhiro Tsuji, David Malinowski, and Lucy Sibbick were awarded the prize for their impressive work on the historical drama Darkest Hour, directed by Joe Wright. They were responsible for the incredible transformation of actor Gary Oldman into Winston Churchill, making him almost unrecognizable.
A dazzling pair graced the stage, with Armie Hammer from Call Me By Your Name and his partner presenting the coveted Academy Award for Best Makeup and Hairstyling.
The historical drama film, Darkest Hour, directed by Joe Wright, has garnered recognition and praise with the awarding of a prize to Kazuhiro Tsuji, David Malinowski, and Lucy Sibbick. The talented trio were recognized for their exceptional work in the field, making them deserving recipients of this prestigious accolade.
The team responsible for transforming Gary Oldman into Winston Churchill was truly impressive. Gal Gadot also looked the part with her glamorous beauty look and perfectly-coiffed locks created by celebrity stylist Mark Townsend. Taking inspiration from the 1920s to complement her Givenchy silver gown and Tiffany diamond and aquamarine necklace, the final look had an Art Deco feel without being too costume-like. To ensure that every hair stayed in place for the night, Mark used Dove Compressed Micro Mist Extra Hold Hairspray, which holds like crazy but won’t flake if he needs to make adjustments. The upcoming Academy Awards, hosted by Jimmy Kimmel, has impressive nominees for Best Picture such as Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri and The Shape of Water by Martin McDonagh and Guillermo Del Toro respectively.
Gal Gadot, who portrayed the lead role in last year’s Wonder Woman, failed to receive any Oscar nominations this year.
Armie Hammer’s role in the critically acclaimed film “Call Me By Your Name” was unfortunately not recognized with an Oscar nomination, despite the movie receiving three nominations overall.
Armie looked sharp in a burgundy suit complemented by a black tie and white dress shirt. The Best Picture nominees include Jordan Peele’s Get Out, Joe Wright’s Darkest Hour, and Greta Gerwig’s Lady Bird. Call Me By Your Name, with a screenplay by the renowned James Ivory of Merchant Ivory fame, is also a contender for the prestigious award. Paul Thomas Anderson’s Phantom Thread and Steven Spielberg’s The Post are also in the running for the Best Picture nod.