Colman Domingo’s 2021 Oscars Ensemble Took 150 Hours to Embroider [Photo]

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Colman Domingo’s look certainly turned heads on the 2021 Oscars red carpet.

The 51-year-old rocked a head-to-toe pink Atelier Versace suit.

via Page Six:

Domingo shared a photo of the vibrant fuchsia outfit on his Instagram Stories prior to the show, writing that he was wearing “custom Versace for the culture.”

The detailed design was a long time in the making, requiring a whopping 150 hours to embroider, according to the star’s post.

He paired the sparkling style, which featured gold buttons and 4,500 Swarovski crystals and sequins, with gold rings, earrings and a bracelet.

The actor’s followers were blown away by the electric-hued ensemble, with one commenting, “We need a mop for that much drip,” and another adding, “Come on Haute Pink! #hautepink.”

Domingo wasn’t the only one to embrace monochromatic dressing for this year’s red carpet, as Leslie Odom Jr., Daniel Kaluuya and Diane Warren also opted for single-color suits.

His co-star Viola Davis, on the other hand, stepped out in a white Alexander McQueen gown.

“Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom” is nominated for five Oscars, including Davis for Best Actress and the late Chadwick Boseman for Best Actor.

It’s a bold ensemble — but he looks good!

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