The best and most daring looks celebrities wore to the 2023 Oscars
The 2023 Oscars were held at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, California, on Sunday.
Celebrities took to the red carpet in stunning, and sometimes daring, outfits.
Ashley Graham wore Alberta Ferretti, and Laverne Cox appeared in a Vera Wang haute couture gown.
Tems walked the carpet in a white, cloud-like Lever Couture gown with a curved headpiece that added shape and volume to her ensemble.
Berry wore a Tamara Ralph dress with a daring slit and triangular cutout, embellished with pink roses.
Rihanna's black Alaia dress featured a semi-sheer design, and leather-style bustier and skirt with slits at the thigh. A long train added drama to the look.
The singer dressed like an old Hollywood siren in a striking Versace gown that featured a sheer black bodice with a corset-inspired design and a low waist.
Bassett wore a regal purple gown by Moschino that had a unique, fishtail silhouette and a voluminous shoulder.
Pugh wore a voluminous Valentino gown that had puffy off-the-shoulder sleeves and a daring slit that revealed her black shorts underneath.
Delevingne walked the red carpet in a crimson, one-shoulder Elie Saab dress with pockets and a thigh-high slit. The statement shoulder embellishment made the gown stand out on the red carpet.
Carson's custom haute couture Giambattista Valli dress featured a keyhole cutout at the bodice, a dropped waist, and a full princess-style skirt. The dress sat slightly off Carson's shoulders, adding to its romantic feel and drawing the eye to her emerald necklace.
In a nod to her starring role in Disney's upcoming remake of "The Little Mermaid," Bailey appeared in a strapless, turquoise tulle gown with a corset top and full skirt.
Kaling's white haute couture dress from Vera Wang featured corset-inspired piping with mesh cutouts and spaghetti sleeves. The gown had a tailored, sleek look with statement sleeves and a peplum detail on the skirt.
Longoria's Zuhair Murad dress included a bold, plunging neckline, a mosaic of mirror embellishments, and sheer panels.
DeBose wore a custom Versace gown with an old Hollywood-style design, sheer sleeves, thigh-high slit, and daring cutouts. The look oozed glamor.
Graham wore a sultry black outfit with chiffon sleeves, cutouts, and a crystal-embroidered skirt from designer Alberta Ferretti.
Cox walked the red carpet in a Vera Wang haute couture gown with a pop of Tiffany-box blue. The train and statement sleeves added a dash of drama to her look.
Guillen wore a Christian Siriano suit with a statement flared skirt, telling "E! Live From the Red Carpet" host Laverne Cox that it was the first time the designer had dressed a plus-size male actor for the red carpet. The sleek look stood out amid a sea of tuxedos with its shiny fabric and bold pattern.
Barbaro wore an Elie Saab dress with a plunging neckline and sheer skirt. The two-toned dress had a romantic, modern feel with a full skirt that brought plenty of drama to the look.
Ridloff wore a sparkling Champagne-colored gown with a deep V-neck and daring cutouts at the waist.
Yousafzai, who produced the Oscar-nominated documentary "Stranger at the Gate," walked the red carpet in a shimmering silver Ralph Lauren gown. The gathered material at the waist added shape to the sleek look.
Harry Shum Jr.
The "Everything Everywhere All At Once" star described his Adeam look, which included a sash reminiscent of a traditional Japanese obi, as "East meets West," according to The New York Times.
Williams wore a Giambattista Valli gown adorned with a floral embroidered pattern and a whimsical feather-lined hem. The elegant dress had dramatic pale-pink sleeves that dropped into a full train, giving the effect of a jacket draped off her shoulders.
Oh's tangerine dress was designed by Giambattista Valli. The long-sleeved gown had a deep V-neck and gathered fabric that fell from the waist, adding movement to her look.
Chau's Prada gown featured a custom Mandarin collar in a nod to her heritage. The pale-pink dress had a sleek look from the front and a statement-making feathery train at the back.
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