Last year’s Oscar-winner looked dapper in an all-black suit with a bow tie by Saint Laurent. He completed the look with a watch from the 1993 Pasha de Cartier Collection. He arrived for the ceremony with his girlfriend Lucy Boynton who wore Chanel.
With his gorgeous long locks, Pitt stepped out on the red carpet looking like a winner in a classic black velvet tuxedo by Brioni, an Italian label he is a brand ambassador for. He won an Oscar for Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.
The 10-year-old Once Upon a Time in Hollywood actress crushed the red carpet style game with her Barbie-pink outfit by Christian Siriano that was put together with a Lark & Berry necklace, a charming pink crystal-encrusted ball bag, and Christian Louboutin heels.
The Bohemian Rhapsody star hit the red carpet with her beau Rami Malek in a monochrome Chanel number. Her chic dress featured bow details on the puffed details and sleeves. She completed her ensemble with dainty earrings and pearls on her side partition.
The Bridesmaids actress opted for a bold orange-sequined caftan gown by Valentino. She coupled her outfit with dangly green earrings and gold heels. In no time, Twitterati went crazy over Rudolph’s outfit. While most gushed about her look, there were some who didn’t like it.
Never the one to disappoint, Sigourney Weaver looked splendid as she posed for the paparazzi in her emerald green gown with thin delicate pleats featuring a green rope around the waist. This Christian Dior creation was matched with exquisite jewelry and a matching clutch.
America Ferrera made a splash on the Oscars red carpet with her crimson gown by Alberta Ferretti featuring billowy cap sleeves and a gold halo-style headpiece. With the headpiece, the yummy-mummy paid a heartfelt tribute to her warrior ancestors, the indigenous Lenca tribe of Honduras.
The Late Night actress and producer added a pop of sunshine on the Oscars red carpet with her Dolce & Gabbana dress. Styled by Jessica Mulroney, her yellow off-shoulder gown was completed with a magnificent diamond necklace and tasteful makeup.
Tamron Hall looked majestic in a Theia Couture empress black gown that featured a pearl-encrusted turtleneck. Looking perfect in her short haircut, she added the final touches with a pair of diamond earrings, diamond rings, and a fresh shade of poppy pink lipstick.
The ethereal beauty wore a Chanel custom gown that was based on a dress from the house’s 1995 Haute Couture collection. This unconventional gown was punctuated with bits of white with a rosette at the neck and a string of pearls around her waist.
The stunning actress nominated for Harriet was literally the belle of the ball! She looked stunning in a bright-white Atelier Versace gown paired with sky-high platforms. With diamond rings adorning almost every finger, this dazzling woman was letting us know that she has arrived.
In the sea of black and white, Saoirse Ronan took the red carpet by storm in her black, ivory, and lavender gown. The unique deep V-neck, silk Duchesse-waist ruffles, and moiré skirt paired with Gucci jewelry was completely worth the risk.
Seems like Rooney Mara channelized her inner Black Swan in this custom Alexander McQueen number. The custom creation featured intricate black lace with a cut-away bodice that was edged with rouleau loop buttons. The gown’s drop waist and cut-outs truly emphasized the gown’s uniqueness.
Tiered gowns are a risk but Florence Pugh, who was nominated for Little Women, pulled off a custom Louis Vuitton dress with such finesse. The Kelly green vibrant shade is youthful and complimented the young actress.
Capt. Marvel looked marvelous in her sequin cape Celine dress, which was composed of more than 120,000 sequins, 110,000 glass beads, 1300 Swarovski crystals, and 6,500 pink strass jewels. This dress required over 1,200 hours of hand embroidery!
Natalie Portman looked gorgeous in her black gown. But, what stole the limelight was her floor-length cape that was embroidered with the names of all those female directors who were not nominated. Now, that’s how you combine fashion and a feminist statement!
Scarlett Johansson, who received a double nomination for Marriage Story and Jojo Rabbit, graced the event in a stunning custom champagne Oscar de la Renta masterpiece. The body-hugging number looked otherworldly with its fishnet bodice and dripping embellishments.
Lily Aldridge rocked the “less is more” concept. The Victoria’s Secret model looked regal in her minimalist Ralph Lauren gown, which had a plunging neckline and a strategically placed red flower near the waist. We won’t be surprised to see Aldridge as Disney’s Snow White.
The Outlander star arrived in a striking Valentino gown. The gorgeous black gown was contrasted with a sheer pink overlay that ties at the neck in a big bow. Her statement pearl earrings, the sleek hairstyle, and bold red lips made her look mesmerizing.
Let’s just all agree that Zazie Beetz did an incredible job of adding glitz and glamor to the Oscars. With the stunning black-sequined corset, matching midi skirt, two Bulgari necklaces, white gold earrings with emeralds, and two platinum diamond rings (phew), she owned the red carpet!
The woman who went on to create history by becoming the first woman to win an Academy Award for Best Original Score looked stunning in her black Chanel gown. The mermaid-style dress coupled with a rather stunning neckpiece and minimal accessories combined simplicity and elegance.
The talented actress graced the red carpet in a custom Armani pale pink dress that was adorned with a black embellished bustier. She wore her hair in a simple yet stylish half-up, half-down hairstyle with minimal makeup, and let the dress speak for itself.
Oscar Issac didn’t even have to try too hard to gain this spot. The kind eyes, the salt-pepper beard, and the well-fitted Tom Ford tux had everything going for him. One look at him and you know that “the force” is really strong here!
The Lady Bird actress earns a spot on the well-dressed list for nailing the spring’s most prominent trend. She wore a custom Miu Miu white dress with oversized black florals and the right amount of sparkle. Plus, we love the smokey eyes!
The Bad Guy singer made an eccentric sartorial choice for her first-ever Oscar appearance. Eilish donned a custom Chanel tweed suit featuring the classic double C logo that was smudged. While many might be on the fence about her look, we love it.
Last year’s big winner at the Oscars shocked us with her brand-new cropped icy-tinged hair which looked incredibly cool. For the night, she wore a classic navy velvet gown with a cape by Stella McCartney. Our favorite part of the dress is the split cape!
Dever decided to go green in her sustainable dress by Louis Vuitton. The floor-length red gown was embellished with fuchsia glass beads in two color tones and 14,400 Swarovski crystals. Apparently, the embroidery took 1,900 hours alone. That’s some commitment to sustainability.
The Beautiful Boy arrived in a navy zip-up tracksuit by Prada coupled with a white gold, ruby, diamond, and platinum Cartier brooch. While Twitterati had a hilarious take over his sporty look, most calling him a valet, we are totally digging Tim-Tim’s unapologetic vibe.
The Once Upon a Time in Hollywood star picked a black Chanel gown boasting a black and white trim at the hem. Her look was further accentuated with an intricate hairdo and a pair of shimmery earrings.
Wilson’s look for the Oscars demonstrated that maybe all that glitters is gold. The Australian actress and comedian wore a Jason Wu gold gown and went for the old Hollywood look featuring soft curls and a fiery red lipstick.
The Killing Eve actress went big on the red carpet with her Elie Saab haute couture champagne dress from the Spring/Summer 2020 Collection. The most eye-catching part of the gown were the statement sleeves that gave it a dramatic and regal look.
Dubbed as the “most wholesome man in Hollywood”, Reeves walked the red carpet with his mother, Patricia Taylor. The Internet’s boyfriend looked dapper in a classic D&G three-piece tuxedo and a bow tie. His mum wore a stylish all-white suit paired with gold heels.
Academy Award-winner Mahershala Ali went for an all-black Ermenegildo Zegna suit with an Omega watch. He was accompanied by his wife Amatus Sami-Karim, who also sported a lilac ensemble by the same designer coupled with a white headpiece.
Every time Billy Porter walks the red carpet, he’s out to create history. He graced the Oscars in a gilded top, a Grecian-printed skirt that was inspired by Kensington Palace, and stunning custom Jimmy Choo platform gladiator boots. Dare we say more?
Never the one to shy away from experimenting with her red carpet looks, Janelle Monáe graced the Oscars in a custom Ralph Lauren crystal-lacquered silk lamé tulle mesh evening dress. The dress had over 168,000 hand-embroidered Swarovski crystals and a hood!
The talented actress stunned everyone with her Versace number. The unexpected, asymmetrical neckline gave the otherwise classic princess a contemporary twist, and Regina King looked like royalty. While you are at it, check her hands that are dripping in beautiful jewels!
The Oscar-winning actress wore a black Romona Keveža gown that featured a plunging sequined V-neck bodice, a French net lattice embroidered ballgown skirt, and pockets. She was honored with the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award for her Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media.
The gorgeous Bombshell actress arrived on the red carpet in an elegant sculptural black Dior gown that complemented her statuesque frame. The thigh slit and off-the-shoulder detail lent the ensemble its “oomph” factor. Theron completed her look with a sparkling Tiffany & Co. diamond necklace.
The talented actress looked heavenly in her minimal white-sequin, one-shoulder Armani Privé gown. The form-fitting gown struck a fine balance of minimalism and sparkles, and the subtle yet intricate sequins and beading covering every inch of the fabric was flattering indeed.
Margot Robbie’s unconventional vintage Chanel, inspired by a look by Claudia Schiffer from the spring/summer 1994 Haute Couture collection, is anything but ordinary! The purple jewel adorning her gown gives off some Princess Jasmine vibes.