Today’s the big day! The 2014 Oscars take place tonight, thus ceremoniously ending winter awards season for the year and crowning (essentially) the kings and queens of Hollywood for the next 365 days. There were so many important, beautiful films released this year (I know firsthand; I watched most of them yesterday—thanks, internet!), and while certainly not all of them did, many had surprising style moments that stuck with us long after the credits rolled. In an attempt to commemorate these standout scenes, we’ve rendered them in our favorite medium: emoji.
’DALLAS BUYERS CLUB’: RAYON’S DRESS QUESTION
Jared Leto’s Rayon is a girl with a heart of gold. Even while receiving treatment for her HIV from Dr. Eve Saks (Jennifer Garner), she’s making sure the cut of her dress is just inappropriate enough. *WINK*
’THE WOLF OF WALL STREET’: DONNIE’S FRIEND オンライン スロット STEVE
What’s the easiest way for a movie to win our hearts? Cast Leonardo DiCaprio as the lead. Second easiest way? Weave a designer and a mini-fashion history lesson into the plot. The Wolf of Wall Street does both. *SHWING*
’AMERICAN HUSTLE’: DRY CLEANERS
This is pretty self-explanatory. Though, I’ll take this opportunity to add: If anyone with access to free discarded Versace and furs wants to hang out, I’d gladly clear my schedule for you.
’AMERICAN HUSTLE’: ROSALYN’S TOP COAT
Sure, Sydney Prosser (Amy Adams) gets to roll around in the high-fashion togs left over at the dry cleaners, but we’re pretty sure Rosalyn (Jennifer Lawrence) got the better style scene of the film—Christian Bale’s combover opener notwithstanding. At the very least, J.Law’s is definitely the more bizarre of the two.
’THE GREAT GATSBY’: JAY’S CLOSET
The Great Gatsby slides by with Best Costume and Production Design nominations, and thank goodness because watching Jay Gatsby make it rain with silk shirts all over Daisy Buchanan to the tune of Lana Del Rey’s “Young and Beautiful” is too good not to mention.