Today, awards season came to an end, culminating in what is arguably the most prestigious evening of them all, the Oscars. Aside from wondering who will take home the coveted golden statues, the second most important question of the night is always, “Who are you wearing?” This year, stars rose to the occasion in metallics and conversation-starting silhouettes, making the 2018 Academy Awards one of the glitziest yet. Keep scrolling to discover what Hollywood’s leading ladies wore, and vote for your favorite in the poll below.
Gown by Christian Dior
When it comes to award ceremonies, Lawrence is now practically part of the furniture. What better way to embrace her stardom than in this goddess-like column dress by her favorite label, Christian Dior?
Gown by Armani Privé
Wow. Known for her usually whimsical approach to red-carpet dressing, Kidman turns heads in this royal-blue gown by Armani Privé, which looks stunning on her statuesque figure. This look could go down in red-carpet history as one of the star’s best ones to date.
Gown by Chanel Haute Couture
She’s the name on everybody’s lips, pitted as the favorite to win the coveted ‘Best Actress’ award for her role as the infamous figure skater in I, Tonya. But before the ceremony kicked off, Margot Robbie stunned in this effortless ensemble, which is draped to perfection.
Gown by Atelier Versace
Nyong’o continues to channel her Black Panther character, Nakia, off screen in a metallic masterpiece by Atelier Versace. Similar to some of the costumes seen in the movie, the gown’s draping and embellished details are strong yet feminine.
Gown by Calvin Klein
Along with Robbie, Ronan is also up for the ‘Best Actress’ gong for her role in LadyBird. As for her wardrobe choice, you can’t help but wonder if the young actress had Gwyneth Paltrow’s iconic 1999 pink gown in mind, which GP wore before going on to win her very own golden statue.
Gown by Schiaparelli Couture
No one does frothy, girly gowns quite like Emily Blunt, and this Schiaparelli Couture look plays perfectly into the star’s signature “English rose” style. It’s dreamy, ethereal, and feminine, while the structure and perfect fit keep it from entering bohemian territory. Bravo, Blunt!
Gown by Louis Vuitton
It’s hard to believe that Hollywood icon Sandra Bullock turns 54 this year. Her timeless beauty and glistening personality are mirrored by this gown, which is sure to leave a lasting impression in the red-carpet archives for years to come.