This Year's Oscar Nominees' Most Standout Style Moments (So Far)
The Lady Bird star and Best Actress nominee has had serious fun with fashion over the past few months. Some standouts: her pastel pink Louis Vuitton gown at the Screen Actors Guild Awards, the vibrant orange and hot pink Gucci dress to the Palm Springs International Film Festival and a romantic Rodarte gown with floral embroidery at the Gotham Awards.
The Best Supporting Actress nominee's red carpet style has been as scene-stealing as her nominated role in I, Tonya, including a beaded blue Michael Cinco gown at the Critics' Choice Awards and her silver paillette-covered gown by Yanina Couture at the SAG Awards. And when she opts for a more flowy piece, like the red Rani Zakhem gown she wore to the L.A. premiere of I, Tonya, Allison still added some flair with a sequin mermaid skirt and opulent jewels.
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Mary is nominated for her supporting role in Mudbound (as well as Best Original Song in Mighty River), and while she's had plenty of red carpet experience as a musician, this is her first time as an actress. But you'd never know it: Her powerful looks perfectly marry elegance and glitz, like her sparkly bronze Vivienne Westwood gown at the Critics' Choice Awards, strapless black Alberta Ferretti dress to the Golden Globe Awards and semi-sheer cutout Rami Al Ali gown at the AFI Fest.
Best Actor nominee Timothée (honored for his role in Call Me by Your Name), is only 22, but he owns the red carpet like he's been walking it for years. From his pinstripe suit at the New York Film Critics Awards, the gray plaid suit at GQ's Men Of The Year Party and his chic navy velvet ensemble at the LACMA Gala, the 22-year-old actor has become a bonafide style star in his own right.
Greta has made history by joining only four other women in the 90-year span of the Oscars to be nominated in the Best Director category for her work as a director/writer for Lady Bird. But she's made a major impact with her red carpet attire, too. From the emerald hue of the star's Monse gown at the Producers Guild Awards to her ruffled and romantic Rodarte and Gucci gowns (worn at the Cannes Film Festival and Gotham Awards, respectively), she's been showing that you can be a powerful woman who still cares about style.
Nominated for Best Actor for his stellar performance in Get Out, Daniel hasn't slept on making his mark on the red carpet. He dared to wear bold paisley patterened button ups and a salmon suit to the BAFTA Tea Party, made turtlenecks sexy at the National Board of Review Awards and of course, can pull off a classic black tux like he wore to the Golden Globes.
Best Actress nominee Margot (honored for her leading performance in I, Tonya) exudes elegance every time she hits the carpet. She's embraced soft blush hues, like when she wore a silk crepe chiffon confection by Miu Miu with ostrich feather empire waist detailing to the SAG Awards and worn a romantic nuptial-inspired design by Michael Lo Sordo to the I, Tonya Australian premiere. And she's not afraid to play with floral patterns too, like when she wore a beautiful periwinkle patterned piece by Erdem to TIFF.
The Best Supporting Actor nominee for his role in Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri never plays it safe, whether he's wearing a metallic navy suit (like at the Hollywood Film Awards), a casual gray look and glasses (worn at the AFI Awards) or a perfectly-tailored navy tux to the SAG Awards.