All the looks celebrities wore to the 2023 Oscars
The Academy Awards took place at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles, California, on Sunday.
Hollywood's biggest stars made fashion statements on the 2023 Oscars red carpet.
Jamie Lee Curtis, Lady Gaga, Laverne Cox, and more attended the awards ceremony.
Jamie Lee Curtis
Curtis walked the champagne carpet in a sparkly Dolce & Gabanna gown. Corset detailing on the bodice gave the gown structure.
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.
Lady Gaga's black Versace gown had a semi-sheer, corset bodice and a dropped waist that flowed into a full skirt.
The gown debuted on Versace's runway just days before the Oscars.
Slate paired her strapless, form-fitting black dress with a cropped suit jacket.
The semi-sheer corset of Buckley's gown was adorned with sparkly embellishments. It also featured puffy sleeves and a floor-length skirt.
Connelly arrived in a form-fitting, black gown from Louis Vuitton that had a panel of fabric covered in sparkles at the top and off-the-shoulder sleeves that flowed down her arms.
Hudson's silver Louis Vuitton gown was completely covered in sparkles. It had off-the-shoulder sleeves, as well as a delicate train.
McCarthy's red Christian Siriano gown made a statement on the champagne carpet with its high neckline, shoulder pads, and full, ruffled skirt.
The designer said he had to remake the dress just days before the ceremony after his studio flooded.
Ke Huy Quan
Quan wore a dapper black tuxedo with a bow tie. He accessorized it with a pin on his lapel.
Garfield also wore a traditional tuxedo to the Oscars.
Sperry's sparkly, silver dress had a strapless neckline, and ruching on the bodice as well as a slit on the skirt elevated the look.
Chastain also opted for a sparkly look with her Gucci gown. The strapless neckline was lined with black fabric and dipped low, while the rest of the dress aside from the black train was covered in sparkles.
Samuel L. Jackson
Jackson hopped on the silver trend with a silver jacket and bow tie, which he paired with black pants.
Yeoh's Dior gown had an ethereal look, as it was almost completely covered in white feathers.
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson
Johnson's custom Dolce & Gabbana ensemble consisted of a shiny, pale-pink jacket, black pants, and a black bow tie. A flower on his lapel completed the look.
A thigh-high slit broke up the sparkly, black fabric on Kidman's Armani Privé gown. It had one sleeve, and both her shoulder and waist were adorned with oversized, black flowers.
Berry wore a white Tamara Ralph dress that had a daring cutout on the bodice, as well as a thigh-high slit.
A row of flowers adorned the gown's halter neckline, as well as the slit.
Mescal put a fun spin on the traditional tuxedo with his oversized white jacket and flared black pants. A rose pin on his lapel added a touch of glamour.
Lilian Amanda, Baz Luhrmann, and Catherine Martin
The "Elvis" director attended the show with his wife and daughter. Luhrmann opted for a black suit with a green neck accessory, while both Catherine and Lilian wore sparkly dresses.
Tems walked the carpet in a white, cloud-like Lever Couture gown with a curved headpiece that added shape and volume to her ensemble.
Bassett wore a regal purple gown by Moschino that had a unique, fishtail silhouette and a voluminous shoulder.
Butler arrived at the Oscars in a slim-fitted tuxedo from Saint Laurent.
Ana de Armas
The "Blonde" actor chose an embellished gown from Louis Vuitton for the Oscars. Sparkles were embroidered into the bodice of the scoop-neck dress, while the mermaid skirt had layers of ruffles.
Jason Wu designed Ripa's semi-sheer black gown, which had a high neckline and a sheath-style silhouette.
Nighy added a blue pin to his black tuxedo.
The neckline of Louis-Dreyfus' black gown, which was designed by Lanvin, plunged all the way to her waist.
A pattern of silver embellishments sat atop the dress, and a star pendant sat on the center of the belt on her waist.
Prada designed Ahmed's modern suit, which exposed his chest. A pink top with an oversized, brown collar poked out from beneath the jacket.
Sheer, black tulle flowed out from the top and bottom of Boniadi's blue dress, looking almost like a cape.
Brunello Cucinelli designed Seacrest's black tuxedo, which had oversized, shiny lapels.
Dano's custom Dolce & Gabbana look included a pink shirt and bow tie, a black jacket adorned with subtle sparkles, and black pants.
Dean Fleischer Camp and Alex Portee
Camp kept his look simple with a black suit, while Portee added to her simple slip dress with black gloves.
Majors paired a long jacket with slim-fitting pants, a vest, and a tie.
The "Everything Everywhere All at Once" star chose a strapless, pink dress designed by Valentino for the Oscars.
The gown's bodice was fitted, flowing into a full, dropped-waist skirt.
A layer of sparkly, silver fabric created off-the-shoulder sleeves and a pointed neckline on DuVernay's Louis Vuitton gown.
The base of the dress was black, but a silver belt flowed into a train that coordinated with the neckline.
Kravitz wore Saint Laurent to the Oscars. His silky blouse was open all the way to his waist, and his pants fit loose.
Gurira's Jason Wu gown had a square neckline and a full skirt.
Cho added a pin to his black, velvet jacket, which he wore with simple pants.
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.
An asymmetrical neckline made MacDowell's black gown stand out.
Qualley wore black like her mother, Andie MacDowell, choosing a strapless, form-fitting gown lined with ties on the side.
Pugh's Valentino look included a strapless gown with oversized, off-the-shoulder sleeves and black shorts.
Nicole Kimpel and Antonio Banderas
Kimpel paired a red top and high-waisted pants with a coordinating cape, while Banderas chose a black tuxedo.
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.
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.
Dreymon's velvet, blue jacket popped on the champagne carpet.
Weaver arrived at the Oscars in a gold Givenchy gown.
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.
Musika designed Terrence J's velvet tuxedo.
DeBose wore a custom Versace gown with an old Hollywood-style design, sheer sleeves, thigh-high slit, and daring cutouts. The look oozed glamor.
The neckline of Longoria's Zuhair Murad gown plunged all the way to her waist. The entire dress was semi-sheer, with patterns giving the long-sleeve dress a dynamic look.
Saldana arrived at the Oscars in a silky dress with lace detailing from Fendi.
Polley added a rose to the lapel of her tuxedo.
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.
Friend's long-sleeve, black gown had a cutout and one semi-sheer sleeve.
David Byrne and Mala Gaonkar
Byrne wore an all-white tuxedo with a turtleneck, while Gaonkar chose a pale-yellow ensemble.
Charan's black ensemble, which featured gold detailing, was styled by Nikita Jaisinghani.
Hong added googly eyes to his blue bow tie, nodding to "Everything Everywhere All at Once."
Sigrid Kandal Husjord
A slit added to Husjord's sparkly, gold look.
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.
Chau requested Prada add a collar to her custom-made, pink gown as a nod to her heritage. The gown also had a back cutout and feathered train.
Harlow's yellow dress was designed by Armani Privé for its spring 2005 couture collection. A stripe of black fabric adorned the bodice.
Ridloff's Elie Saab gown had a low neckline, long-sleeves, and cutouts on the bodice.
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.
Ruth E. Carter
The strapless neckline of Carter's gown scooped upwards, and the gown flowed out into a dramatic train that was offset by her off-the-shoulder sleeves.
Dolce & Gabbana designed Matlin's gown, which looked like a suit on top and flowed into a dramatic, feathered skirt on the bottom.
Questlove paired his oversized black jacket with Salehe Bembury Crocs.
Hurwitz wore a powder-blue, velvet tuxedo to the Oscars.
Ramirez arrived in an all-black tuxedo, which he paired with a black shirt.
East's black Monique Lhuillier had a sweetheart neckline and dropped-waist skirt, and it was made with sustainable fabric, as she shared on her Instagram story.
Caroline Lindy and Daniel Roher
Zac Posen designed Lindy's floral gown that gathered at the waist, while Roher wore a tuxedo.
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.
Olsen's Givenchy dress had a plunging, halter neckline, and the subtly sparkly black garment hugged her figure.
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.
Malkin's Jack Victor tuxedo included a pale-yellow jacket and coordinating tie.
Michelle Kendrick styled Lopez's tuxedo.
Greg Tarzan Davis
Davis arrived at the Oscars in an all-black Givenchy look.
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.
Fraser wore a classic tuxedo to the Oscars.
Warren arrived at the Academy Awards in a black suit and top. The jacket featured leopard-print lapels.
Alex Clough styled the TikToker for the Oscars. Afualo's yellow gown had a sweetheart neckline, bow detailing on the waist, and a slit in the full skirt.
Perez's bold sweetheart-neckline gown featured a print of bright-red flowers.
Ellis wore a custom black beaded tuxedo from Fendi and a Cartier watch.
Zanna Roberts Rassi
Roberts appeared in a black-and-white jumpsuit with feathers at the neckline and silver embroidery down the sides.
Hall paired her black Tarik Ediz dress with jewelry from Yvan Tufenkjian and shoes from Christian Louboutin.
Feldman chose an all-black look consisting of a tuxedo jacket, gloves, and flared pants.
Lowes accessorized her cobalt-blue, off-the-shoulder gown with a matching handbag.
Lame walked the Oscars carpet in a navy tuxedo with a subtle checkered pattern and black lapels.
Wagmeister wore a pink slip dress from Elizabeth Fillmore with a twist detail at the bodice.
Bingbing's silver Tony Ward couture gown featured a dramatic green overskirt and sleeves.
Dhont wore a Prada suit with a studded shirt, tie, and black gloves.
The YouTube star chose a monochrome magenta jacket and pants with a plum camisole designed by Christian Siriano.
Hudgens appeared in a black Chanel gown with white detailing at the hems.
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.
Graham wore a sultry black outfit with chiffon sleeves, cutouts, and a crystal-embroidered skirt from designer Alberta Ferretti.
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