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1. Wearing sunglasses on the red carpet is a do.

We did a double take when we clocked that Susan Sarandon had graced the red carpet in a pair of dark sunglasses. Maybe she was just shielding her eyes from camera flashes and the reflected shine of her gorgeous off-the-shoulder sequin gown or maybe she wanted to make a really cool statement. We're going to go with the latter because once we got over the initial shock, we're here for it. Celebrities usually look weird with wearing sunglasses at night. Not confident Sarandon though. Brava!

2. Ralph & Russo is now the go-to British red carpet brand.

What does Lupita Ngong'o's shimmering silver column with black overlay, Tracee Ellis Ross' white drape gown and Allison WIlliams' jewelled white fringed showstopper have in common? They were made by British couture house Ralph & Russo, cementing these ladies' places on the best dressed list whilst showing of their exquisite craftsmanship and jaw-dropping ability to flatter all figures. That feathered white gown that Angelina Jolie wore at the Critics Choice Awards earlier this month was Ralph & Russo too and she's a long term fan. We can't wait to see who they dress for the Oscars! Now as the actual pieces were couture and probably custom-made, you can recreate the impact using the alternative pieces below.

3. Millennial pink isn't over yet.

Who better to prove that millennial pink still has legs in 2018, despite all the lilac trend talk, than Saoirse Ronan? The Lady Bird actress is of that generation after all and has really come of age this awards season with a series of body-conscious looks that mark her out as a style star to watch. She wasn't the only one thinking pink either- so did Mille Bobby Brown, Kate Hudson and others- each presenting up-to-date takes on the hue for you to copy if you're not ready to give it up just yet.

4. Swap heels for Converse.

Before you dismiss Millie Bobby Brown's decision to wear Converse rather than heels with her dress as 'age appropriate', the 13-year-old actually told People.com that she wore them because she 'loves to dance'. Us to and we wouldn't have previously thought to add Converse before a Nike or Adidas sneaker but it's the contrast and lack of branding that really elevates her look. The laid back canvas, although admittedly pristine, style subverts the dressiness in a way that's chic and comfortable. said she wore converse with her dress because

5. Black is always the new black.

The jury is still out on the effectiveness of the red carpet blackout starlets staged at the Golden Globes by wearing black dresses to support the Time's Up movement. And the fact that many of them went back to wearing colour for this awards ceremony doesn't help matters. Two attendees who did stick to black and didn't look anything less than amazing were Winona Ryder and Yara Shahidi. Ryder layered a tux jacket over her lace trim dress, while Shahidi rocked a dramatic jumpsuit.