15 Memorable Red Carpet Dresses That Went Down in History at the Oscars
In the world of cinematography, sc scr is not only a major award, but also an amazing fashion show. Actresses wear evening gowns on stage and kiss expensive action figures and those who just walk the red carpet hint at next year’s trends. Some of them are getting big and part of fashion history.
As celebrities consider how to style their outfits for the upcoming Academy Awards, Bright Side brings back legendary celebrity costumes from the history of scars.
15. Jennifer Lawrence, 2013
Jennifer Lawrence is the true masterpiece of the Dior Fashion House outfit that Jennifer Lawrence wore when she took the stage to get her sc score statue for her role in the Silver Linings playbook. By the way, this dress is the most expensive in the history of the Oscars which cost 4 million.
14. Nicole Kidman, 1997
Thanks to this well-chosen dress, Nicole Kidman became the main star of the red carpet in 1997 in Scurry. However, she was not even nominated for an award that year. Her finely embroidered green dress is included in all of Oscar’s best fashion ratings.
13. Marion Cotillard, 2008
This “mermaid” dress by Jean-Paul Gaultier was lucky for Marion Cotillard. He received a scout statuette for his role as Ith Dith Piaf in La Vie En Rose.
12. Halle Berry, 2002
In 2002, Halle Berry received acclaimed statues for her role in Monster’s Bull and gained traction by appearing in one of the sexiest costumes in Scurry history.
11. Cher, 1986 and 1988
Cher’s dresses are extravagant like a singer’s. Both of her outfits became legendary, but the 1988 dress was lucky for her, as it won the Best Actress award for Moonstruck.
10. Gwyneth Paltrow, 2012
Gwyneth Paltrow’s dresses are always and appropriately included in Oscar’s list of the most beautiful celebrity images. Tom Ford’s snow-white gown, complete with The Tom Nick decorations, is just the epitome of elegance, and the actress looked like royalty.
9. Madonna, 1991
This was seen in a photo of Madonna Marilyn Monroe at the Academy Awards. The singer wore a bodycon dress with sequins, and her image was complemented by a fur boa and diamond jewelry. That evening, Madonna took the stage to sing the song “Sonar or the Next (I Always Get My Man)” by Dick Tracy. It won the sc score for best original song.
8. Barbra Streisand, 1969
Barbara Streisand, who wore the pantsuit to receive her award for her role as Funny Girl, has been included in all kinds of rankings – the best and worst outfits in Scar history. First of all, she wore this pantsuit instead of the traditional dress. Second, it has become completely transparent. The actress confessed that she didn’t know the lights would shine through her outfit.
7. Hilary Swank, 2005
Hillary Swank received close scrutiny for her role in Million Dollar Baby, directed by Clint Eastwood. Guy LaRoche’s luxurious dark blue dress was purely closed in the front and open in the back and has become a standard for pure sexuality. This dress is always on top of the best scar images.
6. Marilyn Monroe, 1951
Marilyn Monroe has never won an Oscar, nor has it been nominated. Still, all eyes were on him at the 1951 ceremony. The actress presented an award and chose a green black tulle dress with a neckline.
5. Cate Blanchett, 2014
In 2014, Kate Blanchett took the stage to obtain the Best Actress statue for her role as Blue Jasmine. She wore a semi-sheer Armani dress. The decor was decorated with hundreds of flowers made from the decor, and its image was very soft and supple.
4. Elizabeth Taylor, 1961
In 1961, Elizabeth Taylor won the Best Actress award for her role in Butterfield 8. For the ceremony, she chose a stunning Dior dress that showcased her slim waist.
3. Julia Roberts, 2001
Julia Roberts became the owner of the EScar statue in 2001, with Erin Brockovich in the autobiographical film. Her vintage Valentino velvet dress with luxe plum has been praised by fashion critics and viewers.
2. Grace Kelly, 1955
The image of Grace Kelly in a pale green dress with curtains by Paramount Studios designer Edith Head has become a symbol of Hollywood glamor and a classic. Grace received the award for her role as The Country Girl.
1. Audrey Hepburn, 1954
This is the very dress that Dr. Hepburn wore when she won the Oscar for Best Actress at a Roman party. The dress tops the list of the best costumes at the Oscars. It was created by Ginchey just for its sake and is the embodiment of his famous style: elegant and refined. The dress’s own page is also on Wikipedia.