Faye Dunaway, 76, Changes Gowns Before Presenting Best Picture Mix-Up at the Oscars
According to her stylist, Dunaway 'really gets fashion'
Faye Dunaway wore a particularly memorable bold tuxedo-style gown on the Oscars red carpet, then kept her daring style streak going during the show with a quick change before hitting the stage.
The 76-year-old was on-hand to present the Best Picture winner (which resulted in the weirdest announcement mix-up) wearing a long-sleeve white Atelier Prabal Gurung gown featuring sexy shoulder cutout detailing.
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She previously walked the red carpet in a navy blue Esteban Cortazar dress, which was half double-breasted tuxedo, half ruffled, sheer gown.
Her stylist Elizabeth Stewart wrote on Instagram that Dunaway “really gets fashion.” “She loves and understands young designers like @ecortazar who made this for her based on a look from his upcoming show,” Stewart explained.
Dunaway presented the Best Picture winner alongside her Bonnie and Clyde co-star Warren Beatty, but the duo was accidentally given the wrong envelope. They mistakenly announced that La La Land won, when really, Moonlight went home with Best Picture.
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