The 13 Most Iconic Oscars Looks Of All Time

Hollywood glam at its best.

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Elizabeth Taylor, 1953

It's everything you love about vintage fashion in one look: embroidered corsets that Bridgerton folks would love, fur shawls, and simple accessories. Bettmann/Bettmann/Getty Images

Audrey Hepburn, 1968

The legendary actress collaborated with Givenchy numerous times throughout her career, but this gown is one of her most memorable. The midriff cutout, sequin and flower encrusted details, and bow gave this dress a statement lewk.Ron Galella/Ron Galella Collection/Getty Images

Sally Field, 1980

While it's easy to adore Field's timeless white dress, her sheer floral blouse on top reigned supreme. The detailed ensemble provided a hint of all the glorious and intricate '80s fashion styles you’ve come to know and love.Images Press/Archive Photos/Getty Images

Cher, 1988

One of the best looks to come out of Cher and designer Bob Mackie’s partnership was this completely sheer jewel-encrusted gown. She wore the revealing outfit when she won Best Actress for her role in Moonstruck. Frank Trapper/Corbis Historical/Getty Images

Winona Ryder, 1994

You never would have guessed it, but Ryder reportedly bought this flapper-inspired vintage dress, which she wore to the 1994 Academy Awards, for $10. Ron Galella/Ron Galella Collection/Getty Images

Halle Berry, 2002

Berry became the first black woman to take home a Best Actress award for Monster's Ball and stunned in this sheer Elie Saab gown. "She managed to really put the name Elie Saab on the international market," said the designer herself to CR Fashion Book.Steve Granitz/WireImage/Getty Images

Marion Cotillard, 2008

Who could forget Cotillard’s mermaid gown, which was complete with scale imprints, from Jean Paul Gaultier. That night at the Oscars, she won Best Actress for La Vie en rose. Kevin Mazur/WireImage/Getty Images

Jennifer Lawrence, 2011

For her very first Oscars event, Lawrence kept it simple in a red Calvin Klein dress. Though the look felt minimalist, the draping and fit were exquisitely stunning. Frazer Harrison/Getty Images Entertainment/Getty Images

Angelina Jolie, 2012

The power of a thigh-high leg slit was showcased on Jolie when she stepped out in this Atelier Versace dress. She wore matching black Salvatore Ferragamo peep-toe heels. Ethan Miller/Getty Images Entertainment/Getty Images

Lupita Nyong’o, 2014

Nyong’o’s sky blue pleated silk chiffon Prada dress was straight out of a fairytale. On this night, she won an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress for 12 Years A Slave. Photo by Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic

Zendaya, 2015

Zendaya quickly rose to the top of everyone’s best-dressed list in 2015 when she stepped out in this figure-hugging, ivory Vivienne Westwood dress.Jason Merritt/TERM/Getty Images Entertainment/Getty Images

Viola Davis, 2018

Davis looked absolutely stunning in this bright pink Michael Kors dress. This was proof one should always go for the more colorful option when it comes to fancy events.Kevin Mazur/WireImage/Getty Images

Billy Porter, 2019

Always a star on the red carpet, Porter kept up with his fashionable reputation in this Christian Siriano tuxedo-inspired velvet ballgown.Frazer Harrison/Getty Images Entertainment/Getty Images

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