The red carpet of the event, the first of the awards season in Los Angeles, has brought together an elegant group of performers in the Californian city.

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    The Governors Awards, the governors’ awards, are the first appointment in the race to the Oscars in Hollywood. Also organized by the Academy, they honor trajectories and for 13 years they have done so in a previous ceremony, in November. This edition, held on Saturday night, has brought together many well-known faces, many of whom warm up and prepare for a long race until they get the long-awaited Oscar nomination. This is the case of Cate Blanchett, who dressed as Alexander McQueen. She already sounds strongly like best actress for her role in Tar.

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    Ana de Armas, who is making a career for her portrayal of Marilyn Monroe in Blonde, once again opted for a Louis Vuitton dress.

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    After a few months of hiatus in which she has been a mother, Jennifer Lawrence returns to the screens and the red carpets (dressed in Dior). With her latest project, Causeway, she’ll likely return to the nominee lists this season as well.

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    Emma Corrin, wearing pants, a vest and a top with a garment, all by Miu Miu.

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    Florence Pugh, star of Don’t Worry, Darling, chose a semi-transparent Victoria Beckham dress.

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    Euzhan Palcy,  one of the winners of the night (along with Michael J. Fox, Diane Warren and Peter Weir).

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    Margot Robbie, by Bottega Veneta.

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    Just a few hours after announcing her breakup with Harry Styles, Olivia Wilde, director of Don’t Worry, My Darling, dazzled upon arrival at the Governors Awards in an Erdem gown.

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    Jessica Chastain chose a dress from Zuhair Murad’s 2020 couture collection.

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    Carey Mulligan, for Valentino, and Zoe Kazan, for Dior.

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    Emmy winner for Hacks Comedy Actress Jean Smart in an emerald green beaded gown.

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    Jude Law, elegant and without risk with a classic tuxedo.

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    Director Greta Gerwig, campaigning for the film Ruido de fondo, wore a floral design by Carolina Herrera.

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    Actress  Sadie Sink, known globally for her role in Stranger Thinks, is working on one of the season’s most popular films, The Whale. On Saturday, she wore an Alexander McQueen design and Fred Leighton jewelry.

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    The Whale is the film that, according to the pools, will give actor Brendan Fraser an Oscar nomination  , who opted for a classic tuxedo to attend the Governors Awards.

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    Michelle Williams, wearing a dress from Dior’s latest haute couture collection.

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    Jamie Lee Curtis opted for an understated black jumpsuit and a playful donut-shaped clutch.

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    Jennifer Connelly, in a white long-sleeved dress by Louis Vuitton.

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    Viola Davis dared to mix colors and wore one of Christopher John Rogers’ optimistic creations.

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    Laura Dern, original with sweater and printed skirt, by Ralph Lauren.

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    Michelle Yeoh, in a yellow Bottega Veneta dress.