#Oscars2022: Latines Who Killed It in the Red Carpet

Photo courtesy of parade.com
Photo courtesy of parade.com

The 94th edition of the Academy Awards, the most prestigious awards ceremony in the film industry, took place on March 27th at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles, California. This was a night where Hollywood’s biggest stars shined on the red carpet, and the Latino community did not disappoint.

It was a night full of surprises and achievements for the Latino community, with outstanding representation and inclusion in the gala. Ariana DeBose made history by winning the award for Best Supporting Actress; we were present on the nominations, on the stage performing, as presenters, and rocked the red carpet.

When it comes to fashion, it is a fact that Latinos got it going on. On one of the most important nights in entertainment, they proved that, beyond our talent, Latinos have impeccable style and taste. 

These are the best looks of the Latinos that walked the red carpet and killed it.

Ariana DeBose

 

The actress who won the Oscar for her role in West Side Story wore a three-piece ensemble designed by Valentino’s fashion house.

Becky G

The singer made her grand debut on the Oscars red carpet in a sparkling tube dress designed by Etro.

 

Stephanie Beatriz

The actress, and voice of Mirabel Madrigal in the movie Encanto, wore a Dior couture gown.

Lupita Nyong’o

The Mexican-born actress looked dazzling in a sequined dress designed by fashion house Prada.

Wilmer Valderrama

The actor of Venezuelan descent showed off his excellent taste in a black Dolce & Gabbana suit.

Diane Guerrero

Actress Diane Guerrero, who was part of the cast of Encanto, wore a white dress with black details by Carolina Herrera.

Germaine Franco

The Oscar-nominated composer for Best Original Score opted for a custom-made dress by Mexican designer Lydia Lavín.

Sebastián Yatra

The Colombian singer made his grand debut on the Oscars carpet wearing a pink suit designed by fashion house Moschino.

Rosie Perez

The actress was absent from the Oscars for three decades and returned most dazzlingly with a custom-made red dress by designer Cristian Siriano. 

Luis Fonsi

The singer was present at the awards ceremony performing “We Don’t Talk About Bruno.” He wore this black suit designed by Dolce & Gabbana on the red carpet.

Carolina Gaitan 

The Colombian singer and actress dazzled the cameras with her look, wearing a dress designed by Tony Ward.

Rita Moreno

The legendary actress walked the red carpet in a spectacular Carolina Herrera dress.