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Hollywood's A-list actresses oozed old-school elegance in white and glittering silver on the Oscars red carpet Sunday, even as rain tumbled down on Tinseltown's top fashion parade.France's Marion Cotillard, a previous Oscar winner and nominated again Sunday in the best actress category, also chose white -- a sleeveless Dior polka dot gown with a geisha-style bustle.The 46-year-old blonde dazzled in a one-shoulder Rosetta Getty gown with a ruched white bodice and a form-fitting black skirt.Lupita Nyong'o -- the best supporting actress Oscar winner last year for "12 Years a Slave" and a red carpet darling -- wore a custom pearl-encrusted sleeveless Calvin Klein gown.For the men, there were lots of classic black tuxedos -- best actor nominees Steve Carell and rival Michael Keaton, along with "Boyhood" star Ethan Hawke, a best supporting actor nominee, all kept it simple.Some mixed it up with color, while best supporting actor winner J.K. Simmons added a dapper black hat.
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