One Night in Miami director Regina King’s butterfly wings are worthy of an addition into the Oscars red carpet hall of fame. The baby blue dress is a custom Louis Vuitton creation.
Promising Young Woman star Carey Mulligan looked like she was manifesting an Oscar win in this Valentino crop top, in a good way—but her simple makeup and accessories keep the gold look from going over the top.
Like we said, classic red and dramatic gowns were it this year. Mank actor Amanda Seyfried shows us another successful example with this couture Armani look.
Actor Viola Davis never misses. Proof: Look at this stunning white Alexander McQueen. Do yourself a favor and zoom in to see the intricate bodice design better.
True story: A professional welder helped designer Vera Wang create this all-metal dress. Now that is dedication to a look, Andra Day. Gold stars to this Oscar best actress nominee!
With her Hermès dress and sneakers, Chloé Zhao was arguably the coolest person on the Oscars red carpet. The Nomadland director also took home gold for her work on the film, making her the second woman to win best director.
We love how Pieces of a Woman star Vanessa Kirby juxtaposes dark red nails and lip against her petal pink dress. So chic.
Actor Laura Dern is no stranger to a flashy award show red carpet—but this fun look is one of her best.