All the Pink Dresses on the Oscars Red Carpet in One Handy Place

Julia Roberts, Gemma Chan and Helen Mirren were among many at the Academy Awards clad in pink. Let’s look!Oscars Red Carpet 2019: Stars Arriving at the 91st Academy Awards87 PhotosView Slide Show›ImageJosh Haner/The New York Times

By The New York Times

Pink, a color famously associated with a generation of people who are no longer young, had a star turn at the Academy Awards tonight!

What follows are pictures of people (actors) wearing pink on the red carpet, along with some commentary from people (writers) on Twitter about the #trend.

Julia Roberts didn’t show up until the end — when she presented the award for Best Picture — but she wore the color of the night, with heels to match.Julia RobertsCreditNoel West for The New York Times

Julia RobertsCreditNoel West for The New York Times

Recent multi-Grammy winner Kacey Musgraves wore a Giambattista Valli tiered tulle gown in blushing-bride pink. Look:Kacey Musgraves, we love “Golden Hour!”CreditJosh Haner/The New York Times

Kacey Musgraves, we love “Golden Hour!”CreditJosh Haner/The New York Times

Helen Mirren, wearing a long-sleeve layered number with accordion pleats, gave us grown-up princess vibes.

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Helen Mirren, you’re a dream!CreditJosh Haner/The New York Times

Helen Mirren, you’re a dream!CreditJosh Haner/The New York Times

We loved the mix of modern prairie-style and toxic Pepto-Bismol pink worn by the illustrious Gemma Chan.Gemma Chan in Valentino CoutureCreditJosh Haner/The New York Times

Gemma Chan in Valentino CoutureCreditJosh Haner/The New York Times

Our fashion critic proposed a theory:

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Vanessa Friedman@VVFriedman

I think maybe Nancy Pelosi started a trend when she took control of the House in a hot pink dress. Just sayin’ #Oscars70112:43 AM – Feb 25, 2019132 people are talking about thisTwitter Ads info and privacy

Maya Rudolph in flowers and ruffles, with a cape! If we didn’t know any better, we’d think it was a Wednesday. (Heh, heh.)Maya Rudolph, you’re so good in “Big Mouth.”CreditJosh Haner/The New York Times

Maya Rudolph, you’re so good in “Big Mouth.”CreditJosh Haner/The New York Times

Linda Cardellini, another person who heard the call of the fashion gods (who, thus, spake and said: “Wear pink”).Linda Cardellini, wrapped up like a package.CreditJosh Haner/The New York Times

Linda Cardellini, wrapped up like a package.CreditJosh Haner/The New York Times

Was it all a statement?

Helen Rosner@hels

100% it’s as an intense and brilliantly aggressive reclamation of feminine coding in the metoo erarachel syme@rachsymethe color story of this oscars is shades of pink from watermelon to ballet slipper to pulled taffy to flamingo in heat10112:48 AM – Feb 25, 2019Twitter Ads info and privacy17 people are talking about this

Clearly, there’s at least one color that sparks joy for Marie Kondo.Marie Kondo, looking sparkly and tidy.CreditRichard Shotwell/Invision, via Associated Press

Marie Kondo, looking sparkly and tidy.CreditRichard Shotwell/Invision, via Associated Press

Here is more pink, courtesy of Angela Bassett. Bow down.Angela Bassett, a queen in all shades, but especially fuschia.CreditJosh Haner/The New York Times

Angela Bassett, a queen in all shades, but especially fuschia.CreditJosh Haner/The New York Times

Sarah Paulson’s hot pink cutout dress might … have … had … pockets?Sarah Paulson, glam.CreditJosh Haner/The New York Times

Sarah Paulson, glam.CreditJosh Haner/The New York Times

Hey, even this couple wore pink!

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