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What to read based on your favorite Oscars looks

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One of the best parts of awards season is seeing what everyone wears. From floor-length gowns to incredibly tailored suits, here’s a reading list based on the best Oscars looks.
was a collaboration between Gucci and Joe Big Mountain of Ironhouse Quillwork. Its midnight blue velvet fabric with floral quillwork motifs perfectly matches the cover of “Heir” by Sabaa Tahir, a ruthless and romantic new fantasy set in the same world as her beloved “Ember” series.
Da’Vine Joy Randolph wore a custom baby blue Louis Vuitton gown to accept her win for best supporting actress. The shimmering bodice and boa-like sleeves match the cover of “Evil Eye” by Etaf Rum, a work of literary fiction about a Palestinian American woman learning how to balance her responsibilities as a wife, mother, and working woman.Colman Domingo wore a Louis Vuitton suit with a western twist to the awards. The double-breasted suit with intricate buttons and flared trousers over steel-toed cowboy boots match the cover of the dark academia fantasy novel “The Atlas Six” by Olivie Blake.Zendaya’s stunning pink and sparkly silver gown from Armani Privé featured an asymmetrical top with a bustier and slightly ruched, flowy skirt. It matches the cover of “Foul Lady Fortune” by Chloe Gong, which is a historical spy thriller and spin-off of her esteemed historical fantasy duology, “These Violent Delights.”America Ferrera wore a shimmering pink chainmail gown with a low neckline and tight bodice from Versace. It goes well with “A Shot in the Dark” by Victoria Lee, a novel featuring a passionate romance between a transgender man and an ex-Orthodox woman and their devotion to art.Ke Huy Quan wore a deep red double-breasted Giorgio Armani suit with amber shades to match. The sharp ensemble matches well with the cover of “Faebound,” a sapphic fantasy that follows two elven sisters who get imprisoned in the sinister world of fae, written by Saara El-Arifi. What were your favorite looks on this year’s Oscars red carpet?
Heir by Sabaa Tahir digital book - Fable

Heir

By Sabaa Tahir

The lives of three young people cross as they grapple with the burdens of power, the treachery of love and the devastating consequences of unchecked greed. A dark journey that will captivate readers and that may cost these young people their lives.

Evil Eye by Etaf Rum digital book - Fable

Evil Eye

By Etaf Rum

The acclaimed New York Times bestselling author of A Woman Is No Man returns with a striking exploration of the expectations of Palestinian-American women, the meaning of a fulfilling life, and the ways our unresolved pasts affect our presents.

The Atlas Six by Olivie Blake digital book - Fable

The Atlas Six

By Olivie BlakeFable Club Pick

When the candidates are recruited by the mysterious Atlas Blakely, they are told they will have one year to qualify for initiation. Five will be initiated. One will be eliminated. The six initiates will fight to survive the next year of their lives.

Foul Lady Fortune by Chloe Gong digital book - Fable

Foul Lady Fortune

By Chloe Gong

The first book in a captivating new duology following an ill-matched pair of spies posing as a married couple to investigate a series of brutal murders in 1930s Shanghai.

A Shot in the Dark by Victoria Lee digital book - Fable

A Shot in the Dark

By Victoria Lee

A passionate and powerful romance featuring a transgender man and an ex-Orthodox woman who find each other through their devotion to art, and fall in love despite all odds.

Faebound by Saara El-Arifi digital book - Fable

Faebound

By Saara El-Arifi

Two elven sisters become imprisoned in the intoxicating world of the fae, where danger and love lie in wait. Faebound is the first book in an enchanting new trilogy from the Sunday Times bestselling author of The Final Strife.

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