Proving talent and style have no age limit, the youngest generation took over the red carpet Sunday night in L.A. at the 2020 Oscars.
Julia Butters arrived in one of the night’s most popular colors: pink. The rising 10-year-old star from “Once Upon a Time in… Hollywood” wore a custom Christian Siriano glittering, ruffled blouse matched to a shimmering layered tulle and pink satin skirt. Around her neck was a silver bolo tie — possibly a nod to the starlet’s Western scene alongside Leonardo DiCaprio in the film — and an embellished Marzook pink purse.
She paralleled the metallics of her accessories with the glittering silver accents of her pointed-toe PVC flats.
Also joining Butters on the red carpet were two major stars from this year’s film line-up, Roman Griffin Davis and Archie Yates from Best Picture nominee “Jojo Rabbit.” Davis, 12, added a pop of color to his tuxedo with orange collar trim, paired with black lace-up derby shoes; his co-star Yates, 11, looked mature in a classic tuxedo with black patent leather dress shoes.
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Waad and Hamza Al-Kateab, stars of “For Sama” brought a special guest with them: their daughter Sama. The film is nominated for Best Documentary feature, which follows the family as they raise their daughter during the Syrian Civil War.
Sama’s ensemble for the evening included a ruffled purple metallic dress over opaque white tights and a mini set of glittering lilac Mary Jane stacked heels.
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