Chloe Moretz, Kate Bosworth, and Jessica Chastain rock white hues at the Chanel pre-Oscar dinner.
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It's easy to get swept up in the Oscars in and of itself, but now that we're finally out of our Academy Awards hangover, it's time to see what ELSE was happening in the buildup to the big event. Earlier this week Chanel hosted a pre-Oscars dinner in Los Angeles, and spoiler alert: the party was filled to the brim with some of our favorite Hollywood PYTs looking amazing. Shocking, we know. It should probably go without saying that the stars were decked out in clothes courtesy of French fashion house (jealous!), but despite the fact that they were wearing the same designer, the attendees opted for one of two trends: light and dark. Take Chloe Moretz and Kate Bosworth, who skipped the official Oscars ceremony but still showed off their rad outfits early. The actresses looked totally adorable wearing Chanel shift dresses and basic round pumps, Chloe in an off-white tweed minidress, and Kate in a ladylike pale pink number. And then could who ever forget Jessica Chastain?! The Best Actress nominee stopped by the dinner wearing a pleated white frock with glittery embellishment, rounding out the ethereal light-hued trio perfectly. While these girls went pretty and angelic, fellow trendsetters Lily Collins, Zoe Kravtiz, and Ginnifer Goodwin took the opposite approach in gothy-glam dark looks.
Lily Collins, Zoe Kravitz and Ginnifer Goodwin go dark at the Chanel pre-Oscar dinner.
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Like Chloe, Lily Collins rocked Chanel's signature tweed in a dark blue short-sleeved mini with pink detailing. Zoe took an edgier approach with a sheer black frock and matching dark lipstick...and if there's ANYONE who can pull off this '90s-inspired look without looking too much like an extra from The Craft, it's Zoe K. Love! Ginnifer Goodwin also had some statement lips, flaunting her bold red hue with a navy blue double-breasted romper. Besides making us wish that we had unlimited access to the Chanel archives (dare to dream, right?) leave it to these stars to prove just how many ways you can go dark and light IRL.
Six girls, two major trends: whose Chanel pre-Oscars outfit was your fave?!