Oscar fashion hits: Rita Moreno rocks gown she wore in 1962

Posted March 05, 2018

"This was made in the Philippines", she explained of the black ball gown with an ornate printed skirt.

Before the red carpet, Moreno's daughter revealed her mom would be re-wearing her 1962 dress to tonight's award show.

Fifty-six years later, the actress hit the red carpet at tonight's 90th Annual Academy Awards wearing the same look. She's noted for giving one of the shortest Oscars speeches on record while accepting that award.

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The daring look is far less conservative than the one she wore back at the age of 30 - when she proudly picked up her Oscar statue with a bouffant hairstyle among her peers.

"I would like to add about 40 different things". Mostly I wish I had accepted on behalf of my people.

This year Moreno presented the award for Best Foreign Film to Chile's A Fantastic Woman, and had the audience cheering for her as she danced toward the microphone. This is our new reality.

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Typically, during an Oscars ceremony, you only need to take a glance at the trending bars on Twitter or Instagram to see which stars' looks are proving to be the most popular with social media-savvy (and typically younger) audiences. "You also have to acknowledge that nearly every subject is going to upset someone".

Moreno was also the belle of the ball on the red carpet.

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