The Best Dressed List
The all-consuming question of what color Lupita would wear has been answered, and it’s pale blue (which she said reminds her of Nairobi)! The nominee easily earns a spot on this list with her plunging (in the back and front) pastel Prada featuring an ethereal flowing skirt. Now, let’s talk about that Fred Leighton gold-and-diamond headband.
In a strapless gown the same shade her Best Actress competition wears, Sandra is all elegance and timelessness in a draped sweetheart Alexander McQueen design.
“It felt like me,” the said of her sapphire-hued strapless peplum Gucci Prèmiere gown. And it should since the dress was made especially for her. She looks chic, but are we the only ones slightly disappointed she didn’t wear a dress with a neckline cut down to her waist?
If you had money on wearing her go-to black Saint Laurent, you’re down a few bucks because the star selected a sheer-sleeve greige Elie Saab Haute Couture gown covered in delicate beading.
It may appear that the is floating down the carpet in her floral-adorned, illusion mock turtleneck (!) Giorgio Armani gown, but she admitted it’s actually pretty heavy. (Cate, we’d gladly relieve you of the weighty dress at the end of the evening.)
Eight in 10 People.com watchers agree: looks beautiful in her dusty-lavender strapless gown with pleating that showcases her bump and a subtle slit.
Best dressed, best hair and Best Supporting Actor. Jared’s the sole man in this roundup thanks to his white Saint Laurent tuxedo jacket and burgundy bow tie.
The presenter brings the sparkle with a custom allover-beaded Calvin Klein Collection. And in case the slim-fitting, cap-sleeve creation isn’t dazzling enough for you, adds a spiderweblike diamond collar.
We were starting to worry we wouldn’t see a cape at the Oscars this year. But delivers in a plunging and bead-accented off-white Atelier Versace design complete with a strong shoulder and superhero-inspired draped fabric at the back.
Who’s waiting for to bust a move at the afterparties? Because you just know her silver fringe Oscar de la Renta gown – accessorized with major Brian Atwood platforms – would look even more amazing when it’s moving and shaking.
Are you playing the “take a sip every time you see peplum or lace” game? Well, throw back two gulps because combines both trends via her deep-V black gown.
sticks with one of the big trends of the evening – neutrals with a hint of metallic – by wearing a strapless lace gown, plus tons of Tiffany and Co. ice, which must almost make up for the fact that her best accessory () isn’t on her arm.
We knew someone would pick this Monique Lhuillier stunner! And Chrissy wears the floral, full-skirted design so beautifully, adding enviable flowing waves to the look.