The Best Oscars Gowns of 2016

The glitz! The glam! The oh-so-showstopping jewelry! See the most gorgeous looks of the night!

Jennifer Lawrence
Oh how i love J-Law! No wonder this look is my personal fav! The much talked about, ‘Naked Dress’ inspired Christian Dior had the Joy star winning for sultriest look of the night (and best blonde bob).

jennifer lawrence

Brie Larson
The Best Actress nominee stepped onto the most important red carpet of her career thus far in a bold lapis blue custom Gucci by Alessandro Michele dress and waist-defining statement belt. Fashion star in the making, indeed.

brie larson

Cate Blanchett
A completely original confection by Armani/Privé had the elegant Blanchett floating down the red carpet and to the top of our best-dressed list.

cate blanchett

Charlize Theron
The Mad Max star was truly statuesque in a plunging red Christian Dior gown accessorized with a perfectly-placed diamond pendant.

charlize theron

Margot Robbie
In a quite literal interpretation of Oscar, the blonde bombshell was a knockout in plunging TOM FORD and Forevermark Diamonds.

margot robbie

Alicia Vikander
The belle of the ball, Vikander accepted her award in a dusty yellow ball gown by Louis Vuitton for a total Oscars princess moment.

alicia vikander

Jared Leto
We just could not ignore Leto’s custom ensemble by Gucci’s Alessandro Michele, complete with floral pin. It was indeed a sartorial moment not to be overlooked!

jared leto

Rooney Mara
Mara has a formula and she sticks to it for a reason—her white Givenchy Haute Couture by Riccardo Tisci gown was flawless.

rooney mara

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