Celebrating the Oscars all types of artists have dressed to impress! From Zendaya to Margot Robbie, the dress code to comply was “Formal is totally cool if you want to go there, but casual is really not.” Have a look at the best outfits from the Oscars award night!
Wearing a Valentino lemon-yellow costume and Bulgari jewels, Zendaya made an impressive entrance. The dress featured a strapless silhouette and cutout detail, while the jewelry was composed by a coordinating diamond necklace.
The Best Actress nominee wore a asymmetrical custom liquid-gold metal-mesh gown from Vera Wang’s new Haute label. Complementing the dress, there was more than $2 million worth of Tiffany & Co. diamonds.
The actress presented herself at the Oscars wearing a custom pale-rose silk gazar column gown with a box pleat train by Alessandro Michele for Gucci. Cartier jewels finished the sleek, ’90s-inspired look.
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With an ’80s-influenced look, Angela Bassett wore a red crepe off-the-shoulder gown and a train by Alberta Ferretti. To complement the look, the actress wore Chopard jewels and sleek hair tucked behind the ears.
Standing out in a red-carpet crowd, Laura Dern wore a full-coverage black-and white gown with a stunning feather skirt. Complementing the look there were Pomellato jewels.
In crystal-encrusted blue duchess satin by Nicolas Ghesquière for Louis Vuitton, the actress presented herself at the Oscars. Regina King paired the elegant dress with a simple, sleek bob and diamond earrings.
Dressed for the occasion, Margot Robbie appeared at the Oscars with a custom sheath in ennobled metallic lace with a low back and thin straps by Chanel. This look was inspired by look 47 from the fall-winter 2019/20 haute couture collection.