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Meryl Streep ​is over drama of her Oscar dress, addresses Karl Lagerfeld’s slam

On the occasion of her record-breaking 20th Oscar nomination, Meryl Streep ​is over drama.

Days after Karl Lagerfeld​ told Women's Wear Daily that Streep would wear only a dress made by a fashion line that paid her to do so, the actress has fired back at the Chanel designer in a ​impassioned​ statement.

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Before the Oscars, Ruth Negga opens up about fashion and the future
When it comes to dressing lead actor winners for the Oscars, the gold medal goes to Giorgio Armani

The fashion focus of the Academy Awards has always been — and always will be — on what the women who attend wear. This reality has nothing to do with sexism and everything to with the dictates of formalwear.

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Why Natalie Portman won't be attending the Oscars

Walking the Oscars’ red carpet is a chore even under the best of circumstances. When you’re several months pregnant? Forget it.

At least, that’s what Natalie Portman is saying. The Oscar nominee, lauded in the lead actress category for playing Jacqueline Kennedy in the biopic “Jackie” has announced she won’t be attending Sunday’s ceremony, citing her pregnancy. Portman is in her third trimester.

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'Moonlight' is the big winner at the Film Independent Spirit Awards

As she took the Spirit Awards stage to present an acting ensemble prize to “Moonlight,” “Scandal” star Kerry Washington ‎was struck by a moment of spontaneous emotion.‎

“Oh dear Lord, I love this movie,” she said.

She wasn’t alone.

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An MMA Oscars party where Putin pal Steven Seagal, not Meryl Streep, is the guest of honor

In an Oscar season saturated with repetitive red carpet affairs, one black-tie event stood out from the rest in the lead-up to Sunday’s ceremony — the only awards party where Steven Seagal was the guest of honor and mixed martial arts fighters brawled in the center of a ballroom between courses of a lavish four-course dinner.

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