From spotlight-stealing couture to a long-standing love of Alexander McQueen, take a look back at the actress' most dazzling red carpet looks.
Emma Stone’s impressive Oscars gown took designers 712 hours to make. From the star-covered Valentino gown she wore to the Golden Globes in 2017, to the Givenchy Couture dress she won her Oscar in for La La Land, Stone is undoubtedly one of the most exciting stars to watch on the red carpet. Celebrating the grand finale of this year’s award season, the 30-year-old actor saved her best outfit till last as she attended the 91st Academy Awards in a show-stopping Louis Vuitton gown.
Serena Williams is imploring women to “dream crazier” in a new advert for Nike. The advert, which aired during a break in last night’s Academy Awards, centres on the fight of female athletes to be taken seriously in sport – something that Williams has had to deal with throughout her career.
Billy Porter was not playing with his 2019 Oscars outfit. The award-winning actor and musician showed up on the red carpet in a custom designed Christian Siriano gown that defines the meaning of fabulous. Naturally, social media lit up at the unexpected and refreshing look, but it was Oscar nominee Glenn Close who had the best reaction.
The Oscars 2019 was just as star-studded as expected. Celebrities including ‘The Favourite’ lead Olivia Colman, ‘Game of Thrones’ actress Emilia Clarke and even tennis superstar Serena Williams took to the red carpet, wearing an array of wow-factor ensembles.
From Angelina Jolie's leggy Atelier Versace dress to Hilary Swank's blue, backless Guy Laroche gown, we chart the most iconic Oscars dresses of all time.
From the hair and makeup to the selfies and the after parties, these are the best glimpses into backstage life at the Oscars.
Blanca Blanco, the actress who made a statement at the Golden Globes by wearing a red dress while most other attendees opted for black gowns to protest sexual harassment in the entertainment industry, is back with another standout look. At the Oscars on Sunday, Blanco again walked the red carpet in the standout color from designer Atria Couture. According to Fox News, Blanco helped design the dress.
The Oscars is undoubtedly the most star-studded event in the awards season calendar. This year stars including Saoirse Ronan, Daniel Kaluuya and Margot Robbie will grace the red carpet in their finest gowns and sharpest tuxedos before taking their seats to find out if they’ve won the coveted gong. All eyes will be on the dresses and suits, with the fashion pack ready in waiting to give their opinions about who nailed it in the clothing stakes. One thing’s for sure – the red carpet is going to look very different to the way it did 20 years ago. Back in 1998 we had Brad Pitt in red tinted spectacles, Drew Barrymore covered in body glitter and Demi Moore sporting a curly bob hairdo. And every second actress was wearing something beaded and had a miniature stole draped over the crook of her elbows. How things have changed. Follow us on Instagram , Facebook , and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. Read more from Yahoo Style UK: The best dressed celebrity couples to ever grace the Oscars red carpet The Duchess of Cambridge’s top maternity style moments BAFTAs 2018: Jennifer Lawrence and Angelina Jolie lead best dressed celebrities
If we ever got to walk the red carpet at the Oscars, we can imagine it’d be hard to strike a balance between elegant and a bit dull, or striking and garish. But through the years, celebrities and their stylists weren’t thinking about these things at all, and instead defied both the rules of fashion and, seemingly, gravity. Here are some of the worst Oscar dresses ever to have graced the red carpet. Brace yourself.