Oscars 2020: 'Little Women' designer Jaqueline Durran bags Best Costume Design for Greta Gerwig masterpiece
The nominations in the category were 'The Irishman', 'Jojo Rabit', 'Joker', 'Once Upon a Time in Hollywood' and 'Little Women'
It is finally the biggest night in the world of cinema — The Oscars — and there's no bigger attribute to making a story stand out on the screen that adorning its elements in the most impeccable of appearances.
From Arthur Pleck's maniacal exuberance of colors to Hollywood's dusty charm back when the Manson cult and Sharon Tate were the biggest news in the industry — this year we have seen it all. Even the taste of the March sisters was brought to screen from the book in the most fashionably chic way ever.
The year 2019 saw excellence in the field through the 92nd Academy Award nominations for Best Costume Design, where 'The Irishman's Sandy Powell and Christopher Peterson rivaled Mayes C. Rubeo for 'Jojo Rabbit', and 'Joker's Mark Bridges, Jacqueline Durran for 'Little Women' competed alongside Arianne Phillip for 'Once Upon a Time in Hollywood'.
Taking the spotlight amid its equally acclaimed rivals, the 2020 Oscars for Best Costume Design went to Jaqueline Durran for 'Little Women'. The award was presented by Maya Rudolf and Kristen Wiig.
Airing live from the Dolby Theatre, the 2020 Oscars' Red Carpet began from 6.30 pm ET. The main event started at 8 pm ET.