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  • Oscars host Neil Patrick Harris made a few cringe-inducing jokes on Sunday night, and the general consensus was that the “Gone Girl” actor fell rather flat, despite his formidable singing voice in the opening number song and dance with actress Anna Kendrick.

    Say what you will about the actor and hosting skills, but what you can't deny is NPH's fantastic style. In fact, he changed into five impeccably-tailored tuxedos and dinner jackets throughout the evening -- and not a wrinkle nor a pucker was left to chance.

    With the help of stylist Sam Spector, Harris looked legen....wait for it.....wait for it.....wait for it....you get the point.

    LOOK 1: Custom Brunello Cucinelli

    David Burtka and Neil Patrick Harris (Getty Images)David Burtka and Neil Patrick Harris (Getty Images)

    We first spotted the first-time Oscar host on the red carpet wearing a smart looking custom grey tuxedo by Brunello Cucinelli. The satin shawl lapels were charming and the tailoring was outstanding. We can only assume Harris had an arsenal of expert tailors ensuring the tiniest of details was attended to. Kudos on the

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  • On Sunday night, those coveted little golden statues were awarded to those who achieved excellence in some form of filmmaking. But, as always, the night was equally huge for those in the fashion industry -- and anyone who appreciate a good red carpet showing.

    The stars, for the most part, didn’t disappoint when it came to red carpet style. As usual, someone made a statement, someone underwhelmed, someone shocked -- and then there was Jimmy Kimmel, who looked as though he was just strolling by on his way to The Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf.

    ALSO SEE: Oscars red carpet report card

    Now that award season is more or less over and we’ve seen enough six figure dresses to last us til next year, we devised our own light-hearted red carpet style awards to cap things off. And no, unfortunately our “awards” don’t come with a statute or a $5,000 goodie bag.

    Best Dressed Female: Emma Stone

    Emma Stone at the Golden Globes, SAG Awards and OscarsEmma Stone at the Golden Globes, SAG Awards and Oscars

    The award has to go to Emma Stone, seemingly the only person who walked the Oscars red carpet in something that

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  • As usual, the biggest awards show of the year was quite the haute couture runway show.

    Before Neil Patrick Harris’s pristine white briefs became the fashion statement of the evening, we had our attention fixated on the numerous covetable gowns and snappy unconventional tuxedos à la Jared Leto and Kevin Hart.

    If you weren’t able to catch the glitz and glamour of the night, we’ve rounded up some of the notable style trends that emerged from the red carpet.  

    Pearl Embellishments

    Lupita Nyong'o, Felicity Jones, Chrissy TeigenLupita Nyong'o, Felicity Jones, Chrissy Teigen
    Perhaps most notably dressed of the evening was the always lovely Lupita Nyong’o, whose elaborate Calvin Klein gown consisted of more than 6,000 pearls. Best actress nominee Felicity Jones also dabbled in pearl embellishments with her silver Cinderella-esque Alexander Queen ball gown. Model Chrissy Teigen wore a revealing Zuhair Murad gown with a high slit, plunging neck and a few subtle pearls adorning the sheer top.

    Metallic

    Laura Dern, Naomi Watts, Nicole KidmanLaura Dern, Naomi Watts, Nicole Kidman
    It doesn’t appear metallic gowns are going anywhere anytime soon. “Wild” actress Laura

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