Everything You Need To Know About The 2017 Oscars If You’d Like To Know

February 28, 2017

If you, too, didn’t get the chance to watch the Oscars live, you can find here everything you missed last night, but want to know. As seen online via newspapers, magazines, Instagram accounts and, basically, everything that popped in my eyes the morning after. 

In your mailbox would be ideal, yet in your e-mail is pretty close, yay!
Subscribe to
OZinParis letter.

Met Gala 2016 and the winners are

May 03, 2016

The Met Gala, the Costume Institute Gala, the Met Ball or “the name that tells you you are not (yet) the maniac you thought you were when it comes to your Instagram fashion feed and still can live peacefully without knowing what that actually is”.

In brief (more…)

In your mailbox would be ideal, yet in your e-mail is pretty close, yay!
Subscribe to
OZinParis letter.

The SPOTLIGHTs of the Oscars 2016

February 29, 2016

Welcome to the 88th Academy Award!

And the winners are.

That was quick.

Best picture – “Spotlight” directed by Tom McCarthy

Best actor in leading role – Leonardo DiCaprio (the standing ovations and smiles were almost as   emotional (and cool) as Leo’s speech)



Best actress in leading role – Brie Larson

Best director –  Alejandro González Iñárritu for “The Revenant”

Best supporting actress – Alicia Vikander in “The Danish Girls”

Best supporting actor – Mark Rylance in “Bridge of spies”

Best original score – Ennio Morricone for “The hateful eight” (Finally!)

Best original song – Sam Smith, “Writing’s on the wall” for “Spectre”

Best documentary – “Amy” by Asif Kapadia

Best cinematography – Emmanuel Lubezki for “The Revenant”

Best writing adapted screenplay – Adam McKay for “The Big Short”

Best visual effects – Andrew Whitehurst, Paul Norris, Mark Ardington, Sara Bennett for “Ex Machina”


Here are the beauties and the beasts of the red carpet. Beasts? Neah, the badasses. The beauties remain the beauties.

Cate Blanchett. Few could have pulled this off. Rephrase. Only Blanchett could. Cate Blanchett.

Armani Privé

Now. I love (love!) Alicia Vikander, but. But. She has had so much better appearances here, here, here. Yet, the instant she won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress and gave a cute and emotional speech, suddenly, right then and there the dress and the bun on her head shined like there was no tomorrow. She was the belle of the ball.

Louis Vuitton

ozinparis Alicia Vikander

Olivia Wilde looked a lot like Alicia above just a month ago and looked gorgeous doing it.

Valentino Haute Couture

Charlize Theron. On the red carpet I saw the beauty of Charlize, but then when she presented the award for best writing, the necklace and dress helped her shine even more and then I got it.


ozinparis-getty images emily blunt charlize theron

Naomi Watts. Rocking it yet again.

Armani Privé

Julianne Moore wears Chanel and acts accordingly.

ozinparis-88th Annual Academy Awards - Arrivals
Chanel Haute Couture

Jennifer Lawrence. Loved the lots of skin and no jewellery effect.

Dior Couture

Rooney Mara. The dress in combination with these beauty details? Very cool.

ozinparis-88th Annual Academy Awards - Arrivals

Margot Robbie and that tassel!

Tom Ford
Tom Ford

Lady Gaga and the oldschool Hollywood glamour.

Brandon Maxwell

Brie Larson. She was the official winner. Of the Oscar. Bravo!

88th Annual Academy Awards - Arrivals

Now roar.

Benicio Del Toro

Can you hear the drums?

Leonardo DiCaprio
attends the 88th Annual Academy Awards at Hollywood & Highland Center on February 28, 2016 in Hollywood, California.
J. K. Simmons
Christian Bale
Michael Keaton
Jacob Tremblay

For Tom Hardy it wasn’t enough. He not only brought the sunglasses with him and has himself on the phone case (?!?!? I refuse to believe that!), but he took a picture with Leo. Who! Is even more of a badass and didn’t even look in the camera for the picture Tom Hardy himself took, the picture that was going to take over the world.


“Writing’s on the wall” was gracefully performed by Sam Smith and later, eventually, won the Oscar. Neah, I’m kidding. I am not, but I was so sure Gaga was going to win, though thought The Weeknd’s “Earned it” earned it all along. Only for the “Fifty shades of grey” to erase its shameful shades (in fact, I haven’t even watched the film just because of the shame I read literally everywhere). Literally everywhere was “Earned it” anyway and we all have been loving The Weeknd ever since. Well, I have.

The Weeknd was high, but not as in his “High for this”, but as in high in his lungs while performing  at the Oscars. His smile while singing, tho’…

The goosebumps of the night came from Lady Gaga’s performance.

The directing of the show was great. There should be an Oscar for that, too. A Golden Globe would be more appropriate. But these were the Oscars of 2016 an it was fun!


“Thank you, Brooklyn!”, Chris Rock.

In your mailbox would be ideal, yet in your e-mail is pretty close, yay!
Subscribe to
OZinParis letter.

Gurl Crush. Alicia Vikander Rush.

January 21, 2016


Or whatever it is called the thing you feel when you are a girl and you really like a girl and you are not gay. You don’t even know the girl, because she is Alicia Vikander and if you don’t know who she is, then… Neah, I’m sure you know who she is.ava

Yes, I guess you can call me a groupie. But, actually, I feel like I could be bffs with her. Like Gigi and Kendall. Like Ben and Matt. Like Chip and Dale.

And hey, it’s Alice-ee-ah, not Ah-LEE-shah, because she is Swedish and this is how Swedish people roll. Their tongues, that is. Lol.


Alicia came into my living room playing the role of Queen Caroline Mathilde in Nikolaj Arcel’s historical drama, “A Royal Affair”, alongside Mads Mikkelsen. Beyuuutiful film to watch under the blanket in pyjamas and on red wine. You might be doing the same thing, maybe just change the wine into… Let’s say sushi. Or do them both. And see Alicia in Joe Right’s romantic drama “Anna Karenina”. You don’t get to see Alice-ee-ah that much here, but you do see a lot of Kee-ih-ra. Yum. Yes, yum.

Now you can see your friends and watch Alex Garland’s science fiction psychological thriller “Ex-Machina”, where Alicia plays the role of the the android with artificial intelligence, Ava. Hold tight to your friends and watch Guy Ritchie’s action film “The Man from U.N.C.L.E.” and prepare to fall in love with Vikander all over again. “A Royal Affair” was the first time. This will is the second, I promise you. Looks, brains, humour and talent.

Ritchie’s film made me want to have bangs again after trying to keep it long for two whole years. With or without Alicia, it was one of the best decisions of the late months, ’cause I still have fun with it. With the bangs. The bangs.


Don’t watch the trailers, please. Get surprised. It’s a movie. You’re not moving in with it. You just watch it. You can do it! And besides, I have only told you about the great movies that I saw and she starred in. “The testament of youth”, let’s say, didn’t quite make it to the list. So, there, you see? I like her (a lot!), but I still wouldn’t have you watch something just for her. You see, you see?

Go see the movies and dress like her in “The man from U.N.C.L.E.”. Jk. Or like the guys, guys. The point is that in Ritchie’s film was the first film where I saw the blink in her eyes while wearing the stuff that she wore. Oh, she enjoyed it and I googled it.





She is a style star and she was my favourite at this year’s Golden Globes and Critics Choice Awards (she won the award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in “The Danish Girl”, can not wait to see it!) and not only because I like her (a lot!), but because she shined. No muss, no fuss.

In Louis Vuitton
In Louis Vuitton
in Mary Katranzou
in Mary Katranzou

And smiled.

Like that.


Jk. Like that.


OZ 21st Annual Critics Choice Awards Alicia Vikander

So, there, how not to fall?

Should I call?



The Elle Style Awards 2013 held at the Savoy - Arrivals London, England - 11.02.13 Featuring: Alicia Vikander Where: London, United Kingdom When: 11 Feb 2013 Credit: Lia Toby/WENN.com











In your mailbox would be ideal, yet in your e-mail is pretty close, yay!
Subscribe to
OZinParis letter.