Hollywood's biggest night this year has just concluded. Held at the iconic Dolby Theatre, the 94th Academy Awards saw many tumultuous moments, from Will Smith's unprecedented altercation with Chris Rock to Lady Gaga and Liza Minnelli presenting CODA with the Best Picture award.
Even before the ceremony began, the event already had its fair share of headturners, at least in the sartorial sense. High glamor and sophistication met youthful designs and a bit of irreverence on the red carpet. Ahead, in no particular order, we list down 12 of the most stunning 'fits celebrities wore to the prestigious affair.
12 of the best dressed stars at the 94th Academy Awards:
1. Zoe Kravitz in Saint Laurent
Our modern-day Catwoman was on the prowl in a cotton candy pink column dress by Yves Saint Laurent. The 33-year-old exemplified the art of restraint with the frock's demure bow, minimal silver jewelry, and a tight upd0.
2. Maggie Gyllenhaal in Schiaparelli Haute Couture
The director-screenwriter exuded regality in this structured Schiaparelli piece. The off-shoulder neckline, coupled with the gold appliques around the dress, made for a subtle yet high-impact statement on the red carpet.
3. Lupita Nyong'o in Prada
Certainly one of the most sought-after stars in Hollywood today, Lupita Nyong'o glistened in a custom gold frock by Prada. With her locks tied up, the sequins and topaz appliques were able to shine in all of their glory as the actress posed on the red carpet
4. Zendaya in Valentino
Let's be real, Zendaya never disappoints on the red carpet. For this year's tinseltown affair, she went for a cropped silk button-up, tastefully paired with a shimmery silver train. Not lost on us are her equally-as-lustrous necklace and stacked bracelets from Bulgari.
5. Jessica Chastain in Gucci
Jessica Chastain was dressed like a winner; and a winner she was when she brought home her first Oscar for her piercing performance in The Eyes of Tammy Faye. The dreamy ombre effect between her gown's orange bustier (and even her tresses) and lilac skirt was absolutely to die for.
6. Demi Singleton in Miu Miu
Also donning candy colors to the event was King Richard leading lady Demi Singleton. The inviting purple hue of her dress, plus the floral jewels peppering the bust and the hem, just instantly signal the best of spring.
7. Tracee Ellis Ross in Carolina Herrera
No Hollywood get-together is complete without the electrifying presence of one Ms. Tracee Ellis Ross. She was a total bombshell in this scarlet-hued gown that featured a plunging sweetheart neckline and a flouncy mermaid-style hem.
8. Stephanie Beatriz in Dior
Responsible for giving a voice to Encanto's Mirabel was Stephanie Beatriz, who was in attendance in a pleated black dress with a dramatic singular cap sleeve that ever-so-elegantly grazed the floor.
9. Venus Williams in Elie Saab and Serena Williams in Gucci
Venus and Serena Williams both brought their A-games to the red carpet in equally stunning frocks. While Venus rocked a white and silver Elie Saab moment, her sister was in magenta and black lace, care of Gucci. Both looks showed off their decolletage and had them glowing from the inside-out.
10. Kristen Stewart in Chanel
Always one to unapologetically break some fashion rules here and there, the Spencer star was clad in a Chanel tuxedo and a teeny-tiny pair of shorts. Her white shirt was unbuttoned all the way down to flaunt her dangling necklace, which went right along with her rockstar-worthy ensemble.
11. Uma Thurman in Bottega Veneta
In a similar motif was Hollywood legend Uma Thurman. For her onstage reunion with Kill Bill co-stars John Travolta and Samuel L. Jackson, she donned a crisp white buttondown tucked into a sleek black maxi skirt. So simple, yet oh-so-chic!
12. Renate Reinsve in Louis Vuitton
Renate Reinsve may have starred in The Worst Person in the World, but she was definitely one of the best dressed people at the Oscars. Fresh off the Spring 2022 runway, this Louis Vuitton piece had all the flair she needed to make a memorable debut at the affair.
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