2020 Oscars Red Carpet: Best Dressed

Hollywood’s elite dressed to impress on film’s biggest night. We’re counting down some of our favorite looks from the 92nd annual Academy Awards on Sunday night.

Janelle Monáe in Ralph Lauren

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Over 168,000 Swarovski crystals contribute to a major Space Royalty vibe on this draped-hood dress.

Billie Eilish in Chanel

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The singer complemented her look with distinctive details like laced gauntlets (also Chanel), silver rings, and some serious claws.

Florence Pugh in Louis Vuitton

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We’ve never seen Kelly green doing this much werk

Zazie Beetz in Thom Browne

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The Joker actress nailed her Oscars debut in this two-piece look with a fringed corset and emerald accents.

Gal Gadot in Givenchy

Wonder Woman didn’t disappoint in this layered combo topped off with a Tiffany necklace.

Saoirse Ronan in Gucci

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Nominated for her role in “Little Women,” Ronan wore a gorgeous black and periwinkle dress with a peplum.

Natalie Portman in Dior

The actress’s floor-length cape is custom embroidered with the names of all the female directors The Academy didn’t nominate. We have no choice but to stan.

Beanie Feldstein in Miu Miu

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The Booksmart star wore a white sequined dress custom embroidered with black roses.

Brie Larson in Celine by Hedi Slimane

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This cape dress – covered in sequins, glass, and Swarovski crystals – took over 1,200 hours to embroider by hand.

After Party Looks…

Some of the best outfits came to us courtesy of the Vanity Fair Oscar Party and we’re not about to leave those out.

Usher in Balmain

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Usher’s look at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party put 99% of men at the actual awards to shame. Look at him, he’s glistening!

Laura Dern in Armani

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She’s been re-wearing this dress since the 90s. A sustainable queen!

Billy Porter in Christian Siriano

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The style icon refuses to quit!

Camila Mendes in Moschino

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The Riverdale actress’s Picasso-inspired look was a work of art all on its own.

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