The Most Surprising Accessories on the Oscars Red Carpet
Theron chose to wear two subtly different pairs of earrings by Chopard, though it's a little hard to tell when we're being blinded by all those carats.
The actress wore a very classy, yet understated Planned Parenthood pin on her Oscars dress to show her support for the healthcare-providing organization
Harris debuted one of Raf Simons' designs for Calvin Klein on the red carpet, which included a pair of mismatched shoes straight from his latest runway collection.
The actress pinned a blue ACLU ribbon to her custom Valentino Haute Couture gown as a means of demonstrating her “basic love of human rights.” Then she topped her whole look with a striking ruby headpiece, about which her stylist Karla Welch said, "I wanted Irene Neuwirth to collaborate with Gemfields to make me a crown of rubies like an ancient goddess."
The model also showed her support for “the rights and civil liberties guaranteed by the Constitution to everyone in the United States.”
Chan could very well be the first person to ever walk the Oscars red carpet with two stuffed animals as his date for the evening, but the action star did it to raise awareness for an important cause, as the self-appointed "ambassador of pandas."
You may not be able to see them, but the actress wore a super affordable pair of shoes from Vince Camuto that retail for just $159.95.
Although her dress was a brand new custom Dior Haute Couture creation, Dunst returned to an old favorite for her footwear, rewearing her beloved Christian Lacroix heels that have been her red carpet staple since 2007.