Tonight it is Oscar night. Yes, we are very close to finding out who the winners are. We will be online with you during all night keeping you in touch with all updates and novelties. Before we know the luckiest, let us remind ourselves the Oscars of all time. Let us have a look through best looks of all times at Oscar ceremony.
So take a look at our pick of the best Oscars dresses to ever grace the Academy Awards’ famous red carpet, from to.
Gwyneth Paltrow in Ralph Lauren, 1999
Gwyneth chose a petal-pink taffeta gown by Ralph Lauren for the 1999 Academy Awards, where she picked up the Best Actress Oscar for her role in ‘Shakespeare In Love’ with a teary acceptance speech. The dress was lauded for its classic style, and Paltrow’s look was compared to that of Grace Kelly. She accessorised with Harry Winston jewels that were a gift from her parents, who attended the ceremony with her.
Julia Roberts in Valentino, 2001
Roberts took her first ever trip to a couture house to find her 2001 vintage Valentino gown. The black and white column gown was originally created as part of Valentino’s 1992 couture collection, and Robert’s reportedly said she simply “thought it was a pretty dress”. The designer has cited the moment Roberts received her Best Actress Oscar for her part in Erin Brockovich whilst wearing his dress as one the best of his career.
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Michelle Williams in Vera Wang, 2006
Michelle Williams bravely donned a canary-yellow Vera Wang to attend the 2006 Academy Awards. Perfectly complementing her porcelain-white skin, Williams teamed the gown with bright red lips and a tousled chignon for a breathtaking result.
Angelina Jolie in Marc Bouwer, 2004
To attend the 2004 Oscars, Angelina Jolie chose a daring white satin Marc Bouwer gown. Despite clingy white satin’s reputation as one of the trickiest materials to wear, Jolie pulled the Monroe-esque gown off with aplomb.
Charlize Theron in Christian Dior
Heidi Klum in John Galliano, 2008
Red is always a risky colour to wear on the red carpet, for obvious reasons, but Heidi Klum’s spectacular scarlet Galliano number was an exception to the rule. From the shawl neckline to the dramatic train, there was nothing to fault here.
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Zoe Saldana in Givenchy, 2010
Zoe Saldana put the fun back into awards season fashion with her hot-off-the-catwalk Givenchy couture spring 2010 dress. The purple ombre thigh-split number is top of our all-time ‘dream dresses’ list, and Saldana showed it off to perfection.
Kate Hudson in Atelier Versace: When Kate walked down the red carpet her look was truly the definition of a show-stopper. That plunging neckline (that only Kate pulls off quite that well), the stunning shimmering satin fabric, the delicate caped shoulders – gorgeous.
Emma Watson in Vera Wang: Emma Watson, as she has done at nearly red carpet event in recent history, really took my breath away in a silvery black Vera Wang dress. The look, cut, and color of the dress is modern and edgy and absolutely perfect for her age. Hello, muscle tee! Also, I would wear this dress in a heartbeat. (By the way, negative points for her bizarre messy side ponytail).
Lupita Nyong’o in Prada: Lupita has fully (and successfully) leaped into the world of Hollywood’s red carpets. Her pale blue Prada (known as “duck egg blue”) is delicate and stunning; I love that she is bringing back the headband, and embracing the spiked ear cuff trend. It’s Cinderella-meets-punk and I love love love it.
Jennifer Lopez is amazing! Here she was wearing a gorgeous Zuhair Murad gown with cut-out sleeves.
Famous celebrities at Oscar 2014. great choice and incredible couple!
Well, have you enjoyed these lovely pictures? Very soon you will be the first to have a look at the best look at Oscar 2015!