Jason Momoa and His Wife Lisa Bonet Turned Heads in Matching Blush Pink Outfits at 2019 Oscars
Jason Momoa and Lisa Bonet stood out on the red carpet wearing matching pink Karl Lagerfeld creations. But one detail in Momoa's ensemble drew more attention on Twitter.
The loved-up couple opted to wear creations by the late Karl Lagerfeld who died on February 19. Lisa revealed the director for Fendi and Chanel personally designed her husband’s pink tuxedo with black lapels which was part of the designer’s last Fendi couture collection.
Meanwhile, the 51-year-old actress looked lovely in her blush pink Fendi Couture tea-length dress with a sequined overlay and floral embellishments. She matched the creation with a metallic pink clutch and accessorized with diamond and yellow gold earrings and pointy boots.
The Pantone Color of the Year is this mauve invented by Jason Momoa and Lisa Bonet pic.twitter.com/PCL82Fcm8G— GQ Magazine (@GQMagazine) February 25, 2019
The pair was evidently a scene stealer during their twinning moment but fans also zoomed in on one detail on Jason’s wrist – a pale pink scrunchie that matched his suit.
"I'll just be here, waiting for Jason Momoa to put that scrunchie in his hair," one person tweeted while another wrote, “Ok, I’m DYING to know...? Has #JasonMomoa used the @Fendi scrunchie for his hair yet or no?”
The “Aquaman” star who had his long hair down eventually used the scrunchie to tie his hair sometime during the night.
Jason had a role to play during the ceremony. He presented the award for Best Documentary along with British actress Helen Mirren. She even joked about not being in tune with the actor’s motif since she was wearing a dark pink gown. However, she quipped,
“But it just goes to show, doesn't it, that these days a Hawaiian god and a very mature English woman can actually wear the same color. We can both wear pink!”
The award for Best Documentary went to “Free Solo,” besting four other films including “RBG,” the song of which was nominated for Best Song and rendered by Jennifer Hudson that night.
Hudson gained flak for her performance which many believed was substandard. The song titled “I’ll Fight” lost to Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper’s duet, “Shallow” from the film, “A Star Is Born.” The pair captivated the audience with their moving performance of the powerful song during the show.