Entertainment Movies All of the Must-See 'Vanity Fair' Instagram Portrait Studio Photos From the 2021 Oscars This year's winners, nominees and presenters were captured — in collaboration with Vanity Fair and Instagram — by Quil Lemons, who made history as Vanity Fair's youngest cover photographer By Diane J. Cho Diane J. Cho Diane J. Cho was the Features Editor of PEOPLE Digital from 2019 to 2022. She worked at the brand for nearly four years covering news, features, human interest, evergreen, holiday gift guides and more. She launched the How I Parent and What It's Really Like to Be …. digital series and has interviewed several celebrities and influential leaders within the entertainment industry. Prior to joining PEOPLE, Diane worked at Bustle, VH1 and Complex. She received her bachelor's degree in Journalism from Rutgers University and her master's degree from Columbia Journalism School. People Editorial Guidelines Published on April 26, 2021 01:29 PM Share Tweet Pin Email Trending Videos 01 of 16 Yuh-Jung Youn The celebrated star won Best Actress in a Supporting Role for her portrayal of Soonja in the Oscar-nominated film Minari. Her win made history: She was the first Korean actress to win the award. 02 of 16 Viola Davis Looking stunning in her ethereal Alexander McQueen gown, Davis was nominated for Best Actress in a Leading Role for her work in Ma Rainey's Black Bottom, making her the most nominated Black actress ever at the Academy Awards. 03 of 16 Vanessa Kirby The Best Actress nominee stunned in a backless floor-length gown, draped in Cartier High Jewelry. 04 of 16 Steven Yeun The first-time Oscar nominee looked sharp in a black suit as he was in the running for Best Actor for his role as Jacob in Minari. 05 of 16 Olivia Colman Up for Best Actress in a Supporting Role for the film The Father, Colman brightened up the ceremony with her elegant Dior Haute Couture gown. 06 of 16 Lakeith Stanfield The star lost to his Judas and the Black Messiah costar Daniel Kaluuya for Best Actor in a Supporting Role, but he won best dressed with his custom jumpsuit, which originated from the women's collection from Saint Laurent by Anthony Vaccarello. 07 of 16 H.E.R. The first-time winner (who's already halfway to achieving the EGOT) proudly posed with her Oscar for Best Music (Original Song) for "Fight For You" from Judas and the Black Messiah. 08 of 16 Harrison Ford The A-lister was picked to present during the show, alongside Brad Pitt, Halle Berry and Reese Witherspoon. 09 of 16 Glenn Close Nominated for Best Actress in a Supporting Role for Hillbilly Elegy, Close stunned on the carpet in a sequin-adorned blue ensemble with matching gloves. 10 of 16 Emerald Fennell The first-time winner had Zack Morris from Saved By the Bell to thank in her acceptance speech for Best Original Screenplay for her film Promising Young Woman. 11 of 16 Daniel Kaluuya The actor easily had the most memorable speech while accepting his award for one of the top honors of the night: Best Supporting Actor for Judas and the Black Messiah. 12 of 16 Chloé Zhao The director dominated the Academy Awards: She took home Best Director and Best Picture for her film Nomadland. Zhao has become the first Asian woman and second woman ever to win the Best Director category. 13 of 16 Carey Mulligan The star shined in a gorgeous gold sequin two-piece Valentino Haute Couture gown as a nominee for Best Actress in a Leading Role for Promising Young Woman. 14 of 16 Andra Day The singer-turned-actress dazzled in a Chanel Haute Couture silk gown as she was celebrated for her Best Actress in a Leading Role nomination, for The United States vs. Billie Holiday. 15 of 16 Amanda Seyfried The Mank actress arrived looking old-Hollywood glam as a Best Actress in a Supporting Role nominee. 16 of 16 Zendaya The actress made a serious style statement in her canary yellow Valentino gown paired with over $6 million worth of diamonds.