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Stylist: Brit Smith Hines (Elkin) & Kara Smith (Elkin)
Outfit: vintage Armani Privé
Makeup Artist: Charlotte Tilbury using Charlotte Tilbury Makeup
Hairstylist: Nikki Lee using Pure ABBA and In Common assisted by Kelcey Jordyn
Manicurist: Jenna Hipp
Clutch: Charlotte Olympia
Shoes: Stuart Weitzman
Jewelry: Martin Katz

As I said previously, Emma Roberts‘ ensemble for the Oscars 2017 was incredible, and what about her transition to the afterparty? Just as good. Let’s see it for ourselves.

Roberts was a vision in an Armani Privé long-sleeved nude and pale green silk tulle dress encrusted with crystals. The jet black and honey-colored beads created a geometric pattern. The high neck silhouette was paired with a dramatic plunging back. The design came from the Fall 2005 Couture collection.

Emma accessorized the look with Martin Katz jewelry: a pair of diamond stud earrings and a Yard necklace worn backwards. To finish it off, a Charlotte Olympia Vanity clutch bag (in the exact model pictured above but not the same color).

Her stylists mentioned that she was wearing a pair of Stuart Weitzman shoes which were barely visible under the dress.

The actress partnered with the Red Carpet Green Dress, a female led initiative that promotes responsibility in the fashion industry and sustainable design solutions. Vintage has an important role in the initiative, and the conversation around it began on this exact red carpet.

Roberts‘ makeup was incredible, thanks to Charlotte Tilbury who did the “Holidate” actress makeup herself, the whole deal was the same as the preceding red carpet; here is what she used:

Charlotte Tilbury – ‘Wonderglow‘ Face Primer;
Charlotte Tilbury – ‘Light Wonder‘ Foundation;
Charlotte Tilbury – ‘Filmstar Bronze & Glow‘ countour palette;
Charlotte Tilbury – ‘Eyes To Mesmerise
Long-Lasting Cream Eyeshadow in ‘Bette‘;
Charlotte Tilbury – ‘Eyes To Mesmerise
Long-Lasting Cream Eyeshadow in ‘Jean‘;
Charlotte Tilbury – ‘Colour Chameleon
Eyeshadow Pencil in ‘Bronzed Garnet‘;
Charlotte Tilbury – ‘Lip Cheat‘ Lip Liner in ‘Kiss ‘N’ Tell‘;
Charlotte Tilbury – ‘Matte Revolution‘ Matte Lipstick in ‘Red Carpet Red‘.

Her go-to hairstylist Nikki Lee gave an interview to Esteticamagazine.com where she detailed the hairstyling process for the occasion from coloring to styling. Here you have it:

“I used ABBA Color Protect Shampoo and Conditioner after coloring Emma‘s hair this morning. Since it’s a color protectant, it helped to really lock in her cayenne spice red. First, I lightly towel dried her hair and applied a mixture of ABBA Smoothing Blow Dry Lotion and ABBA Thermal Protect Spray. This combination of products allowed my round brush to glide through her hair nicely and gave it great shine with bounce.

Photo credits: HANNAH THOMSON

After the blowout, I lightly sprayed ABBA Thermal Protect Spray again, separated Emma‘s hair into the desired deep side part and divided it into three sections to set it: the back and two sides. I started on one side of her head and began wrapping small pieces around a 1″ curling iron from the tip to the root. I secured each piece with a clip to set the curl and repeated on the other side and finished in the back, making sure the hair was curled in the same direction. Once the hair was all set, I let the it set and cool for 15 minutes. I took the set out and started gently brushing with a Mason Pearson Paddle Brush throughout the whole head to create the perfect Hollywood glam. Once I was happy with my shape I locked it in with ABBA Firm Finish Hair Spray.”

According to her manicurist Jenna Hipp and to coincide with Emma‘s participation to the conscious initiative, all the products for her mani/pedi were “green”–Hipp used a deep oxblood nail polish called Marnie from the Jenna Hipp line.


Red Carpet Green Dress™ (RCGD) was conceived by Suzy Amis Cameron during the press tour for her husband, James Cameron‘s film “Avatar“. Their goal is to draw attention to the importance of more sustainable practices in the apparel and design world, and be part of bringing those solutions to the global market.

Their educational work with youth and emerging design community includes knowledge-transfer platforms, workshops, internships and work experience, and design contest initiatives. Their R&D division innovates circular design solutions including regenerative materials.

Their CEO is Samata Pattinson, who focuses on the company’s longstanding exclusive partnership with The Academy, ongoing eco-collaborations, creating accessible sustainable products for the global fashion industry with impact brands, sustainable retail, education, the creation of digital content, alongside the expansion of RCGD’s global presence with a focus on emerging markets and manufacturing.

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