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People: Seventy-Five Years of Oscar Style

People: Seventy-Five Years of Oscar Style by Editors of People Magazine, ISBN: 9781931933322
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ISBN: 9781931933322
Publisher: People
Published: 31 March, 2003
Format: Hardback
Language: English
Links Australian Libraries (Trove)

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People: Seventy-Five Years of Oscar Style

rom the glamorous gowns to the shocking mistakes, Oscar Style will capture the most memorable styles and fashion statements in Oscar history. The People editors will revisit the elegance of Grace Kelly and the audacity of Cher as they pronounce the best and worst dressed stars of all time. They track the evolving styles of celebrities such as Jodie Foster, Goldie Hawn, Nicole Kidman and Julia Roberts. Theyll also highlight the famous personalities, couples, and dynasties that have made the Oscars a family affair. And they include lots of surprises - from the notorious streaker running on stage during David Nivens speech to Jack Palance`s one-armed push-ups - that have made these ceremonies unforgettable.

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