Oscars Style: By the Numbers!
Number of carats in the Neil Lane diamonds wore to complement her sweeping tangerine Atelier Versace halter, including three bracelets worth $525,000, a $300,000 colored diamond ring and $22,750 basket danglers!
Number of hours it took to hand-embroider the countless beads that dotted silk tulle Chanel Haute Couture gown, which then required an additional 120 hours for construction and finishing in the Parisian atelier.
Number of days after the birth of son Leo that confidently walked the red carpet in a plunging L’Wren Scott gown with sequined flame accents.
Number of tulle layers on 14-year-old Best Supporting Actress nominee Hailee Steinfeld’s custom Marchesa frock. “She sent us inspiration images and notes,” brand reps tell PEOPLE of the resulting dusty rose confection, which featured hand-embroidered crystals.
Number of millimeters on the Brian Atwood “Martina” peep-toes wore to offset her fluid metallic Calvin Klein Collection column. For those not up on their metric system, it’s a 5.5” heel!
Number of Rachel Zoe-curated ensembles cohost donned during the ceremony, including this Lanvin tuxedo, which stole the show.
Number of hours it took to make daring, beaded-and-pleated lilac Givenchy Haute Couture gown, which featured 15 meters of chiffon and weighed over 8 pounds.
Number of minutes before the ceremony that Best Actress nominee Jennifer Lawrence finally gave in to her own hunger games – despite her restricting scarlet Calvin Klein column! “I said, ‘I’m getting a Philly cheesesteak,’” she told Elle. “I’m sure there’s proof on a hotel bill somewhere.”
Number of metal sequins on the Marc Bouwer gown Melissa Leo wore to accept her Best Actress Oscar – and drop one F-bomb!
Number of In-N-Out trucks parked outside Vanity Fair’s annual afterparty to satisfy the cravings of the couture-clad A-listers. “You usually see some starlets decked out in diamonds, wolfing down a burger with the works,” a magazine source tells PEOPLE.