Best Dressed, Worst Dressed and other Oscar Eye Candy.

best dressed worst dressed and other oscar eye candy
This stunning photo of Selma Blair, diagnosed with MS last October, by Mark Seliger at the Vanity Fair after party, is our favorite of the night.

Last night was the 91st Academy Awards. Although almost now always referred to as The Oscars, the TV broadcast, which was host-less, held few surprises except for Olivia Colman taking home the Best Actress Oscar for her portrayal as Queen Anne in The Favourite (Glenn Close was expected to win). While you can find the list of winners here, we always like to point out the fashions. And last night plenty bright and colorful ensembles graced the Red Carpet.  So here’s a round up of our picks for most outrageous, best and worst dressed of the night. Read more

2018 Oscars Red Carpet Couture By Color

If black was THE color at the last Golden Globes to show solidarity, then anything BUT black was the theme on the red carpet at last night’s Oscar ceremonies. The 90th Academy Awards brought out the celebs clad in colorful couture and only a scant few wore black. Read more

Because You Asked For It: The 2017 Oscar Fashion Rundown

I was not going to do an actual post on the Oscar fashions this year because… well, everyone else does. But if you follow IIHIH on social media, you would know that each year I post the Fab and the Fugly on our Pinterest boards and laud or mock them accordingly. This year I did not. And I heard from several fans and friends that they were disappointed. So, I will remedy that now. Read more

Ten Years Of Swarovski Embellished Oscar Sets

ten years of swarovski embellished oscar sets

Since 2007 Swarovski Crystal has been collaborating with set designers and the Academy of Motion Pictures and Sciences to design the glittering stages for The Oscars. This year marks Swarovski’s 10th anniversary of set design and will feature 300,000 Swarovski crystals on stage, six times more then their first Oscar set in 2007. Read more

The 2016 Oscar Statuette: Made With 3D Printing For The First Time.

2016 Oscar Statuettes Made With 3D Printing

Previously I featured a detailed post on the process of the making of the Oscar statuette by Chicago’s R.S. Owens & Company, as they had for the past 34 years. But as of 2016 Oscar has finally stepped into the future. For the first time ever, this year’s statuettes utilize 3D printing technology and in this if it’s hip, it’s here exclusive I’m going to walk you through each step of the new and updated process of creating the coveted awards. Read more

The Oscars Notebook – An Academy First for 2016.

The Oscars Notebook

Chances are you didn’t know that The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, the group behind the annual Oscars celebrations, sold anything to commemorate the awards ceremonies other than a poster. That’s because they didn’t. Until now. This year they are offering an official Oscars notebook filled with insights and anecdotes from Oscar-winning members. Read more

Why The Oscars Sucked. At Least for Me.

Oscars SUCKED IIHIH

If you were expecting an exciting photo-filled post about last night’s 2015 Oscars, the 87th Annual Academy Awards Show, I am sorry to disappoint you. I am not writing one because I was so bored by it, I couldn’t muster up any passion. Instead I’ll share with you why the Oscars sucked. At least in my personal opinion. Read more

Who Gets Thanked The Most In Oscar Speeches (Besides Mom & Dad).

Who Gets Thanked The Most In Oscar Speeches

Ever wonder who gets thanked the most In Oscar Speeches besides good ol’ Mom and Dad? Read more