Remebering Oscar de la Renta – 13 Best ODLR Gowns of All the Time
The world is suddenly a lot less glamorous. Battle a long time with cancer, Mr. de la Renta left many of his fans and fashion industry insiders mourning the loss of the legendary fashion designer. Mr. de la Renta created some of the most memorable fashion moments in history, elevating the standard of award-show ensembles. To honor the great designer, we look back at our favorite ODLR-designed gowns on the carpet.
SARAH JESSICA PARKER AT THE 2014 MET GALA
AMY ADAMS AT THE 2013 ACADEMY AWARDS
Nominated for best supporting actress, Amy Adams instead made many of the best-dressed lists in her Oscar gown for the 2013 Oscars.
AMY ADAMS AT THE 2009 GOLDEN GLOBES
Sarah Jessica Parker 2000 Emmy Awards
Nominated for her role in “Sex and the City,” Sarah Jessica Parker chose a pink feathered dress — de la Renta at his most Carrie Bradshaw-inspired — to wear to the 2000 Emmy Awards
BLAIR WALDORF PINK BALL GOWN IN GOSSIP GIRL
ANNE HATHAWAY AT THE 2011 ACADEMY AWARDS
CAMERON DIAZ 2010 ACADEMY AWARDS
Cameron Diaz, known for her California-cool style, had a major princess moment in a metallic embellished ball gown at the 2010 Oscars.
MICHELLE DOCKERY AT THE 2014 GOLDEN GLOBES
CARRIE UNDERWOOD 2012 BMA AWARDS
Carrie Underwood in an Oscar de la Renta gown at the 2012 Billboard Music Awards
NATASHA POLY AT THE 2014 CANNES FILM FESTIVAL
AMAL CLOONEY WEDDING DRESS
HUMA ABEDIN WEDDING DRESS
Huma Abedin wanted an Indian-inspired gown for her 2010 wedding with then-Rep. Anthony Weiner. De la Renta told Vogue that designing the embroidered, cap-sleeved gown for the Clinton aide “was like dressing Scheherazade, the beautiful queen from ‘One Thousand and One Nights.’”
OSCAR DE LA RENTA STYLED JAKIE KENNEDY
de la Renta became a favorite couturier to Jackie Kennedy in the 1960s
Oscar de la Renta was known for his feminine silhouettes, dramatic glamour, and incredibly detailed designs for the gorgeous creations, and he’ll be immortalized through the stunning red-carpet magic he made possible.