- Camila Morrone and Leonardo DiCaprio attended the Oscars together on Sunday night.
- The 22-year-old wore a Carolina Herrera wedding dress that had been dyed pink to the event.
- The dropped-waist gown featured a corset bodice and a full skirt.
- DiCaprio and Morrone have reportedly been dating since 2017.
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Plenty of stars made their Academy Awards red carpet debut at the 2020 Oscars, but some stars' attendance made more of a splash than others.
Camila Morrone arrived at the awards show on Sunday to support her boyfriend, Leonardo DiCaprio, and she chose a special dress for the red-carpet occasion.
Morrone opted for a "reimagined" wedding dress to her first Oscars.
The 22-year-old model and actress sported a pink, dropped-waist Carolina Herrera gown that was originally designed as a wedding dress, as she shared on her Instagram.
The dress featured a corset bodice with exposed boning and a full skirt, as well as a ruffle where the dropped-waist began. She paired the look with a diamond necklace.
The look was intended to channel Grace Kelly, as Morrone's stylist, Micah Schifman, told InStyle reporter Samantha Sutton.
"We kind of always have Princess Grace in mind, being such a style icon that she is, and we wanted to go that direction," Schifman told InStyle.
The stylist reportedly collaborated with Wes Gordon, Carolina Herrera's creative director, to make the dream a reality.
"We changed the color — it's obviously not white, it's more of a blush — and there's exposed boning that you see through the lace that makes it a little more modern and not read super princess-y," Schifman also told InStyle.
Morrone was spotted sitting next to DiCaprio and Brad Pitt in the front row of the show.
The couple have reportedly been together since 2017, and the Oscars marked their first awards show together.
People are often skeptical of the relationship because of the 23-year age gap between the couple, which Morrone spoke to in an interview with the Los Angeles Times in December 2019.
"I just think anyone should be able to date who they want to date," she told the Los Angeles Times' Amy Kaufman.
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