One of the most legendary fashion designers ever, Oscar de la Renta was a fashion great. He was the most esteemed and admired designers in the global fashion industry, best known for his modern luxury style of clothing. Women could not get enough of his fashion lines with its soft silk ensembles coupled with vibrant hues and romantic designs. From the red carpet to celebrity weddings, de la Renta has time and again been the first choice of stars.
Today, on his birth anniversary, let’s take a look at some of the most iconic Oscar de la Renta ensembles worn by celebrities. Outfits, that have over time, become classics.
Sarah Jessica Parker
Sarah Jessica Parker who often wore de la Renta’s outfits and was friends with him wore this gorgeous black and white gown created by de la Renta at the 2014 Met Gala as a tribute.
The Slumdog Millionaire star donned this subtle and elegant coral gown with golden details at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival. One of Oscar de la Renta’s most popular creations and Pinto’s most classic look.
Oscar de la Renta’s creations make every woman feel like a princess, and this silver and grey strapless gown worn by Amy Adams at the 2013 Academy Awards was no exception.
Another dazzling ensemble by de la Renta, Cameron Diaz shone at the 2010 Academy Awards in this shimmering golden gown.
Taylor Swift walked the red carpet at the 2014 Met Gala in this graceful and feminine Oscar de la Renta gown, looking like she stepped out straight out of a fairy-tale.
All eyes were on this fairy-tale wedding and Amal Clooney’s off-shoulder lace number was designed by none other than ace designer Oscar de la Renta. A dress which left women all over the globe wide-eyed.
Emma Watson stole the limelight in this grey Oscar de la Renta gown at the premiere of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part Two. Don’t you agree?
The then First Lady Hillary Clinton, in this Oscar de la Renta ensemble is something the designer is still remembered for. Over the years, several First Ladies have opted for de la Renta’s creations.
Even though de la Renta may not be with us anymore, his legacy and creations will be remembered for years to come. Which outfit from the list would you consider as Oscar de la Renta’s most iconic outfit? Comment below and let us know.