The stars looked pretty in pink on the 91st Academy Awards’ red carpet, reflecting nearly every shade from fuchsia to flamingo.

Presenter Kacey Musgraves helped kick off the carpet in a soft pink Giambattista Valli tulle gown complete with voluminous ruffles and a slicked back hairstyle. Also in pink was “Vice” actress Linda Cardellini, who wore a brighter Schiaparelli gown that was equally as frilly, and “Crazy Rich Asians” star Gemma Chan, who wore a fuchsia Valentino gown complete with pockets and even more frills around her neck.

More pink looks included a chic, one-shouldered gown from Angela Bassett, a lighter rose-colored tuxedo from Jason Mamoa and a bright tulle confection from Helen Mirren.

Other red carpet hits included Lady Gaga’s black Brandon Maxwell ballgown, which she paired with a 128.54 carat Tiffany necklace, and Jennifer Lopez’s mirrored mosaic getup from Tom Ford.

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