Looks in neutrals, reds and purples brought the drama Sunday on the Oscars carpet at Hollywood's biggest fashion show.
Salma Hayek looked like exotic royalty in a heavily jeweled, light purple gown, while Rita Moreno honored Academy Awards history by donning the same gown with a ball skirt she wore in 1962, when she won an Oscar for "West Side Story."
Among early walkers in Los Angeles were a few Olympians, including skier Lindsey Vonn in a fringed black gown and diamond choker with statement red stones. Figure skaters Adam Rippon and Mirai Nagasu walked together. He wore belt-leather straps that crossed his chest and she chose a sheer, long-sleeve gown in soft blue.
Allison Williams of "Get Out" went for neutral. The film's writer-director, Jordan Peele, opted for a creamy white tuxedo jacket.
Among those in red was Allison Janney of "I, Tonya," in long sleeves that fell to the ground. Sofia Carson wore a red cape gown with 26.10 carats of diamonds in her Chopard choker.
Presenter Ashley Judd was among the purple people, in a dark shade by Badgley Mischka, accompanied by diamond strands.
There was an abundance of white, including fitted looks worn by Jane Fonda, Laura Dern and Mary J. Blige.
Here are a few more looks in red and neautral tones: