Oscars Fashion: Check Out These Red Carpet Favorites
What was your favorite look of the evening?
While the 2017 Oscars certainly went out with an unexpected bang last night, let’s not forget about the fun of reviewing some of the fantastic fashions seen on the red carpet. Scoping Academy Awards fashion is something many of us look forward to all year, and last night’s looks did not disappoint.
Have a look below, and let us know what your favorite look of the night was.
1. Naomie Harris
The Best Actress in a Supporting Role nominee, for “Moonlight,” wore a stunning white beaded gown along with elegant, asymmetrically beaded yellow shoes.
2. Chrissy Teigen
Chrissy Teigen, whose husband, John Legend, performed “City of Stars” from “La La Land,” during the awards show, wore a white and gold gown with a thigh-highslit.
3. Janelle Monae
The Hidden Figures actress and presenter wowed in this intricate gown.
4. Hally Berry
Speaking of wow, Halle Berry shimmered on the red carpet in a black and blush pink gown.
5. Emma Stone
Best Actress winner Emma Stone dressed the color of her Oscar statuette in a simple, beaded gold gown.
6. Dakota Johnson
“50 Shades Darker” star and presenter Dakota Johnson wore an elegant gold gown.
7. Nicole Kidman
Nicole Kidman—seen here on the red carpet with husband, Keith Urban—was nominated as Best Actress in a Supporting Role and wore a nude beaded gown.
8. Hailee Steinfeld
The 20-year-old actress and presenter floated in this beautiful pale lavender gown.
9. Michelle Williams
The Best Actress nominee, who brought best friend Busy Phillips as her date, wore an elegant gown with a beaded skirt and velvet top.
10. Dwayne Johnson
Velvet was a popular choice for men as well. Presenter and Moana star Dwayne Johnson wore a blue velvet tuxedo.
11. Riz Ahmed
The “Rogue One” actor, who presented, also opted for a navy tux.
12. Barry Jenkins
The director and writer of Best Picture winner “Moonlight” wore a classic, polished black tuxedo.
13. Mahershala Ali
The Best Actor in a Supporting Role winner opted for a sleek, all-black tux.
14. Viola Davis
The Best Actress in a Supporting Role winner wore a stunning red gown with a train.
15. Meryl Streep
The Best Actress nominee and presenter looked uniquely Meryl in a blue pants/gown combo.
16. Ryan Gosling
The Best Actor nominee, who sweetly brought his sister as his date, wore a classic black tuxedo and chose a shirt with bit of flair.
17. Jessica Biel
Justin Timberlake opened the show with a performance of his Best Original Song nominee “Can’t Stop The Feeling,” but it was his wife Jessica Biel who stole the show during their red carpet arrival in this gold gown.