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Lupita Nyong'o, the winner of the Oscar for best supporting actress for her searing turn in "12 Years a Slave," rocked a sleeveless pale blue pleated Prada gown with a deep-V neckline -- and a headband.Pale gowns were a frequent sight on the red carpet: Blanchett's co-star Sally Hawkins, best actress nominee Meryl Streep, "Frozen" star Kristen Bell, Naomi Watts and French actress Julie Delpy all rocked the trend.Best actress nominee Amy Adams, who donned sparkling glam 1970s gowns with deep cleavage in "American Hustle," was understated and flawless in a strapless deep blue Gucci gown with peplum detailing. Adams admitted she wore her long red tresses in a bun because of the threat of rain, and told ABC the up-do was inspired by Kim Novak's look in the Alfred Hitchcock classic "Vertigo". Her "American Hustle" co-star Jennifer Lawrence, who competed against Nyong'o in the best supporting actress category, was striking in a strapless red Christian Dior peplum gown and slicked-back short hair.
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