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Elizabeth Olsen put a 1920s spin on a nude dress at the Oscars on Sunday in Los Angeles. The actress wore a sheer chainmail Givenchy halter dress embellished with beading, velvet bows and chiffon. Olsen paired it with peep-toe sandals by Giuseppe Zanotti.

Elizabeth Olsen at the 95th Annual Academy Awards on March 12 in Los Angeles.

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For jewelry, Olsen donned a diamond cocktail ring and chandelier earrings by Cartier. The actress’ longtime stylist Elizabeth Stewart created her look for the evening. Using phyto products, hairstylist Mark Townsend transformed Olsen’s dirty blonde locks into a sleek updo.

Olsen’s makeup artist husband Dubroff painted on a red lip and subtle blush. Thu Nguyen, manicurist to the stars, created the actress’ nails, which were a deep burgundy.

Olson will present an award during the ceremony, though the category is still under wraps. Her fellow Marvel stars Michael B. Jordan, Florence Pugh and Zoe Saldana are also presenters.

Olsen walked the champagne carpet alone, but she attended the award show with her husband, musician Robbie Arnett, whom she married in 2020. However, the couple did not reveal that they were married until the following year.

Elizabeth Olsen at the 95th Annual Academy Awards held at Ovation Hollywood on March 12, 2023 in Los Angeles, California.

Elizabeth Olsen at the 95th Annual Academy Awards on March 12 in Los Angeles.

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The annual Oscars celebrates the film, the cinematography and the actors who brought the characters to life. Jimmy Kimmel is hosting the show this year. Performances have included Rihanna and Lady Gaga, and presenters have included Dwayne Johnson, Emily Blunt, Janelle Monáe and others. For the 95th annual ceremony, the red carpet was changed to a champagne color due to an aesthetic choice to enhance photography during the arrivals. The champagne carpet is the first to turn red since the 33rd Oscars in 1961.

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