Celebrity with a cause: how Oscars dressing became a moral statement, by Lou Stoppard

The job of a red-carpet stylist has become exponentially more difficult in the past few years. Money and commercial relationships have always defined who wears what (often the chosen dress is dictated by whichever fragrance contract the wearer has most recently signed) but while the general processes haven’t changed, the complexities of the desired outcomes — the red carpet “statements” — have shifted. This new mood underpinned the looks on show at last night’s Oscars.

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