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The Beverly Hills Housewives Stunned in the Most Glamorous Gowns at the 2022 Oscars
See the gorgeous dresses Crystal, Kyle, Garcelle, Erika, Dorit, Kathy, and Diana wore to Elton John's viewing party for the 94th Academy Awards.
Let's face it: The Beverly Hills Housewives tend to look pretty fabulous wherever they go. Still, there's no event quite like the Academy Awards to get this crew to bring out their most glamorous attire. On March 27, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills cast members hit the red carpet for the Elton John AIDS Foundation's 30th Annual Academy Awards Viewing Party in West Hollywood, and each one of them looked absolutely breathtaking.
Front and center was the newest RHOBH cast member, Diana Jenkins. Diana's company, Neuro Brands, was the presenting sponsor at the star-studded bash, and of course, she brought her castmates along to celebrate. The business owner was a vision in an off-the-shoulder Elie Saab gown with intricate cutouts on the skirt. A Chanel purse, Christian Louboutin heels, Graff ring and earrings, and a Boucheron ring completed her party-ready ensemble.
As the wife of renowned film director Rob Minkoff, Crystal Kung Minkoff is no stranger to red-carpet fashion — and it showed. For the festivities, the mom of two picked a form-fitting Stello column with a sparkling geometric pattern that gave way to subtle sheer mesh openings. A high-neck collar and long sleeves gave the ankle-length dress some added sophistication. She wore dainty black ankle strap stiletto sandals and a black snap-top clutch (and tagged Saint Laurent on Instagram).
Crystal's hair was styled long and straight with a center part by her longtime hairstylist, Jessica Rose Gordon-Carson. Makeup artist Deanna Marchese gave her wispy eyelashes, sparkling eyelids, and a pop of color with a berry lipstick.
Another red-carpet regular: actress Garcelle Beauvais, who selected an Oscars gown in her signature shade of yellow. Her sunny Andrew Gn crepe frock ($3,175) had bishop sleeves and a high statement neckline embellished with green crystals and sequins. Such an eye-catching gown calls for subdued glam, and makeup artist Julie Jules did just that. Garcelle's 1960s-inspired look was all about the eyes with statement lashes by House of Lashes and Dome Beauty black eyeliner. Jules also used Black Radiance Beauty's contour palette and brow wiz by Anastasia Beverly Hills. A simple, sophisticated high ponytail (by Davontae' Washington) completed Garcelle's look, which was styled by Ashley Loewen.
Speaking of a gorgeous high pony, Kyle Richards donned one as well to go along with her color-blocked black-and-white caped gown. The mom of four accessorized with a sparkling lasso necklace, large stud earrings, and a boxy silver clutch. The Kyle + Shahida fashion designer added subtle pops of color with a bright pink manicure and dusty rose eye makeup.
Dorit Kemsley's ensembles never disappoint, and neither did her plunging, long-sleeve black number with a gold snake detail under the bust. The Beverly Beach by Dorit designer paired her high-slit gown with a black-and-gold clutch, black-and-gold peep-toe heels, and large gold hoop earrings. Makeup artist Steven Tabimba gave her radiant eye makeup and an ultra glossy lip, while hairstylist Haley Heckmann crafted her slicked-back hair look. A spray tan by tan artist Isabel Alysa gave her some added glow.
Erika Girardi went for simplified elegance in a plunging black pantsuit, crystal-embellished peep-toe heels, and a studded clutch. Emerald-colored drop earrings and a green crystal necklace by Anabela Chan added some color to the look. The singer always keeps her glam team close, and she credited the whole crew responsible for her look on Instagram: hairstylists Nikki Lee and Lorenzo Calderon, makeup artists Maria Shahbazyan and Laia, stylist Morgan Pinney, and creative director Mikey Minden.
Pretty in pink was the vibe for Kathy Hilton's Oscars look. Kyle's sister stunned in a billowing bubblegum-colored Oscar de la Renta number with bell sleeves that draped to the floor and a flowing train. She added a silver top-handle bag with a floral embellishment (also by Oscar de la Renta), shiny pink platform heels, and a sparkling silver cuff bracelet. Makeup artist Sheila Harris created a glam look that played off the dress' pink hue, and hairstylist Laura Rugetti molded her tresses into soft, loose curls.
For more Oscars red carpet coverage, head to E!
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