Oscar Fashion Statements for Your Home

by Lisa, March 7, 2018

The 2018 Oscar red carpet was a cornucopia of color and style and we loved it!  Stars made fashion statements that suited their personal style instead of conforming to one particular color or trend.  Oscar’s year of inclusion was also a year of individuality.

Individuality is also what creates distinction in a well-designed home.  If you love it, there is a way to make it work.  Not everybody has the ability to pull off stylish individuality with flair, but that’s why celebrities have stylists and you, well, you have us!

Here are some of our favorite looks from the 2018 Oscars and the home goods they inspire:

Saorise Ronan in petal pink silk.

Saorise Ronan pairs beautifully with a strapless, petal pink silk gown.   This armless chair by Vanguard is beautiful paired with the pink petal Kaveri Candleholder by Curated Kravet.

Allison Janney in red

A strong red in a modern silhouette never ceases to wow — Allison Janney in Reem Acra and this Wysiwyg chair prove our point.


Eiza Gonzalez is a breath of fresh air after a long winter, inspiring us to get outside and enjoy these fresh citron pieces from Selamat Designs: Regeant coffee table, spot table, and bench.


The striking view from our client’s St. Maarten home, Nicole Kidman’s striking blue dress by Armani Prive and the striking Annika table from Made Goods.

Viola Davis glows in a hot pink Michael Kors gown.

Viola Davis glows in a hot pink Michael Kors gown.  Try some hot pink at home with a chair like this one from New Traditionalists, or an accent lamp from World’s Away.


Teal and silver wallpaper from Lea Jofa reminiscent of the beautiful teal and silver Tony Ward gown on Betty Gabriel.


Helen Mirren and Mr. Brown’s Beatrix day bed both sheathed in blue.  Do shots of tequila on this daybed and you’ll look classy just like Helen.

Sleek and sophisticated Daniel Kaluuya in a golden-hued blazer by Brunello Cucinelli.

Sleek and sophisticated Daniel Kaluuya in a golden-hued blazer by Brunello Cucinelli and the sleek and sophisticated Flaunt Bar from Drexel.


Zendaya delivers striking glamour with her flowing asymmetrical Giambattista Valli gown. Add some flowing asymmetry to your life with the Theo vase by Curated Kravet.


Armie Hammer puts the red in red carpet with his velvet man-tux from Giorgio Armani. Try a burgundy club chair or throw rug and invite this handsome dude over for a glass of burgundy.

Even the celebrities who steered clear of the color wheel still put together ensembles filled with drama and style:


Not many people can pull off Kendall Jenner’s dramatic look on the party circuit, but you can bring home the same kind of drama with the Marnia Mirror or Manhattan Bookends from Curated Kravet.

Timothee -- talented and tailored in his super chic Berluti tux and so easy on the eyes that young people dream of snuggling with him on a chaise.

Timothee Chalamet — talented and tailored in his super chic Berluti tux and some super chic and tailored seating.

Margot Robbie

Margot Robbie in a white column gown by Chanel with unique (perhaps figuring skating-inspired) sparkling straps. The Burma stool/side table from Bungalow 5 is a unique place to rest your drink and the Made Goods Fawn fixture adds figure-skating inspired sparkle to your room.  (p.s.  This girl can sew!)


Chadwick Boseman makes a powerful statement with his highly detailed Givenchy black jacket. Channel some Black Panther style with powerful pieces that include striking detail.

Jane Fonda is exquisite in her structured Balmain gown.

Jane Fonda is exquisite in her structured Balmain gown.  Follow the links for a structured side table or sofa almost as exquisite as Jane.


And last, but definitely not least, Tiffany Haddish and Kravet prove that the right piece can work in multiple rooms (regardless of price point). Great style and sound economic sense is a winning combination.

What’s your favorite fashion statement?


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    • March 15, 2018

    Beautiful blog, Melanie! It's always so interesting to see the similarities between the design and fashion industries. We appreciate reading your insights and thus featured your blog on Studio Designer's Twitter: https://twitter.com/studiowebware/status/974336933986844672

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      • April 21, 2018

      Thank you so much!

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