The Best Oscar 2022 Fashion Trends!
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As the season came to an end, the Oscars in 2022 sure brought us a fresh breath of life to the red-carpet magic. Following a reduced awards circuit last year, the A-list was back for the 94th Annual Oscars, held at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles. And, given that it was a triumphant, the stars amplified the glamor, wearing high-octane gowns, dresses, tuxedos, and tulle, to set the mood for the evening.
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