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Giorgio Armani Dressed 93rd Academy Awards Participants

Updated: Apr 29

Giorgio Armani dressed select nominees, winners, presenters, and honorees of the 93rd Academy Awards. The ceremony took place at Union Station and the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles, CA and broadcast live Sunday, April 25 at 5 p.m. PT / 8 p.m. ET on ABC.

Amanda Seyfried

Nominee Amanda Seyfried wore a Giorgio Armani Privé hibiscus red strapless ball gown of plissé tulle customized from the Spring/Summer 2021 collection. The dramatic gown has a deep v-neckline accented by tulle ruffles and a sweeping, full skirt. Seyfried was nominated for Best Supporting Actress for her role in “Mank.”


Glenn Close

Nominee Glenn Close wore a custom Giorgio Armani Privé vibrant blue long-sleeved tunic entirely encrusted in crystals set in a geometric pattern with contrasting silver and black beading. She completed the look with midnight blue silk cigarette trousers and evening gloves. Close was nominated for Best Supporting Actress for her work in “Hillbilly Elegy.”


Renée Zellweger

Presenter Renée Zellweger wore a custom Giorgio Armani Privé peony pink strapless silk gown with draped satin lapels at the neckline and a dramatic front slit, accented by a delicate crystal-embroidered trim.

Tyler Perry

Honoree Tyler Perry wore a Giorgio Armani Made to Measure emerald green two-button shawl-collar dinner jacket along with a green satin shirt, black evening trousers, and a bow tie. Perry received the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award.


Kris Bowers

Nominee Kris Bowers wore a Giorgio Armani black two-button shawl collar tuxedo trimmed in grosgrain with a white pleated front evening shirt and a bow tie. Bowers was nominated for Best Short Documentary for his work on “A Concerto Is a Conversation.”


Ben Proudfoot and Kris Bowers

Nominee Ben Proudfoot wore a Giorgio Armani midnight blue one-button peak lapel tuxedo trimmed in satin with a white formal shirt and a bow tie. Proudfoot was nominated for Best Short Documentary for his work on “A Concerto Is a Conversation.”


Erik Messerschmidt

Winner Erik Messerschmidt wore a Giorgio Armani black one-button peak lapel tuxedo trimmed in satin with a white pleated front evening shirt and a bow tie. Messerschmidt won Best Cinematography for his work in “Mank.”


Nominee Joshua James Richards wore a Giorgio Armani black two-button shawl collar tuxedo trimmed in grosgrain along with a black evening shirt and a bow tie. Richards was nominated for Best Cinematography for his work in “Nomadland.”


Will McCormack

Winner Will McCormack wore a Giorgio Armani midnight blue double-breasted peak lapel tuxedo trimmed in grosgrain with a blue evening shirt and a bow tie. McCormack won Best Animated Short Film for his work in “If Anything Happens I Love You.”

By ML Staff. Images courtesy of Armani News