Shoes at the Oscars 2013: what the stars wore
Spotting footwear of any sort is no easy feat at the Oscars: David Attenborough would have trouble tracking down the pumps and sandals that lurk underneath those epic and glamorous gowns, so we make no apology for the lack of close-range photography here.
Instead, here's a list of which celebs wore which shoe labels at last night's event - read on to see who wore what. Read on for details!
Who wore what shoes at the Oscars?
Anne Hathaway (above), sticking to her ethical principles as ever, wore some stunning custom-made Vegan Giuseppe Zanotti shoes in lilac satin.
Jennifer Lawrence wore Brian Atwood shoes - although you wouldn't have seen them underneath her huge Dior Haute Couture gown! We're blaming the dress, not the shoes, for the slip up!
Kristen Stewart opted for Jimmy Choo heels to carry her on in her white lace Reem Acra dress.
Kerry Washington picked out one of Christian Louboutin's showstopping shoes: a bright red Décolleté pump (pictured above). She matched it with an equally eye-popping Miu Miu dress.
Jennifer Hudson went in for 'something blue' in a big way, teaming her sapphire-coloured Roberto Cavalli couture dress with a pair of navy satin Giuseppe Zanotti heels.
For Charlize Theron, it was more 'all white on the night' as she slipped into a ghost-like Christian Dior Haute Couture dress, teaming it with simple white Roger Vivier sandals.
Zoe Saldana, another star that went for a mostly-white frock also finished off the look with a pair of sexy ankle cuff Roger Vivier sandals, this time in black.
Naomie Harris (detail above) wore a pair of chunky-heeled gold Christian Louboutin heels to match her daringly split gown, which was apparently decorated with chocolate wrappers!
Naomi Watts was one of our 'best dressed' at the event in her futuristic silver gown: she teamed it with Jimmy Choo heels.
Kelly Rowland went where (almost) nobody else dared go, and unfortunately resurrected the 'Angelina leg' at the Oscars - let's hope this will be the last sighting! Her shoes saved the day though: an on-trend black and white Art Deco sandal with crossover straps - designer unknown at time of writing.