Once again, the 90th Academy Awards has left viewers with a bevy of fashion inspiration as celebrities graced the red carpet donning couture gowns, coupled with perfectly styled hair and makeup. Some notable Oscar moments of the evening included The Shape of Water winning Best Picture, Gary Oldman winning Best Actor, Frances McDormand winning Best Actress, and incredible musical performances by Mary J. Blige and Keala Settle. Of course, we’d be remiss if we didn’t highlight the stars who brought their A-game in the form of fashion and glamour; so, without further ado, here are our top ten red carpet looks from this year’s Oscars.
Lupita was the absolute picture of royalty in a gilded Versace gown wrapped in a gold and black sash.
As one of Hollywood’s red carpet fashion icons, Nicole Kidman brought her A-game with a stunning blue Giorgio Armani number. Her statuesque figure was the perfect complement to the gown’s architecture-like structure and dramatic frontal bow.
Alluding to her upcoming role in the revival of Mary Poppins, the British actress looked feminine and sweet in a Schiaparelli dress featuring puffed sleeves, a Victorian collar, and delicate lace trim.
Mary J. Blige
Many music artists have tried their hand at acting, but leave it to Mary J. Blige to receive an Oscar nomination for her role in Mudbound. For her red carpet moment, the songstress was draped in a sleek, beaded white dress by Versace.
Funny girl J-Law may have been climbing over chairs while holding a glass of wine during the show, but at least the starlet looked stunning in a gold sequin Dior gown.
All eyes were on the Get Out actress as she stepped onto the Oscars red carpet wearing a daring and colorful creation by Tony Ward.
The star of Jane the Virgin looked ravishing in a blush Zuhair Murad gown with glimmering appliques and a stunning train.
Taraji P. Henson
Taraji was fierce in a custom black mesh Vera Wang dress.
Wonder Woman took on a glitzy, 1920’s vibe with a sparkling Givenchy gown.
She may not have won an Oscar for her portrayal of Tonya Harding in I, Tonya, but Margot looked exquisite in a custom white Chanel number.