Penélope Cruz, crowned as the Spanish actress with the most national and international projection, is already preparing her next star appearance, which will take place in no more or no less than the 94th edition of Oscars. The interpreter she chooses the figurine for the fourth time, a very special occasion that she will have the opportunity to share in her husband’s company, Javier Bardemalso nominated in what will be one of the most special galas for their lives.
On such an important day as the one that is about to take place, there is no doubt that Alcobendas will look impeccable, and how could it be otherwise, it will do so hand in hand with chanell. Given that Penélope is the image of this company, it is almost certain that she will choose her when she chooses see to catch the eye of the most anticipated film gala worldwide. This way, the actress will try to continue to leave the bar as high as on other occasions when she has participated in the Oscars. Something that will not be easy, because if he has been able to boast of anything throughout the history of this appointment, it is his exquisite stylistic taste.
In response to the fashion of every era, the Penélope Gala became the clear protagonist of the 21st century mythical blue dress by Ralph Lauren that he gave the famous cry “Pedroooooo!” to announce it Almodovar won an Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film. And a year later, the actress was seen again, though this time with a design and hairstyle in the purest Hollywood style. As proof that her appearances at the Oscars had only just begun, the interpreter returned to the event in 2005, dressed in a beautiful yellow suit signed Oscar de la Renta. A choice that was left in the background in 2007, when Penelope got hold of all eyes with a pompous Versace creation in light pink, surrounded by feathers and a strapless neckline.
Two years later, to be exact In 2009, Penélope wore a vintage Pierre Balmain dress that she bought herself and reserved for a very special occasion. And so it was, since she won the statuette for best supporting actress that evening, something that marked a before and after in his professional career. A year later, he returned to the Oscars, this time with a design signed Donna Karan in burgundy and draped details. A color he also used in 2011, but this time with the help of L’Wren Scott. The following year, Penelope Armani Privé chose a gray-blue dress in tulle and in 2014 a black and white design by Giambauttista Valli.
On the last occasion when he participated in the Oscars, more precisely in 2020, Pe Chanel chose a design that brought together all the company’s details: camellia, black and white and pearls. How will this year surprise?