Always one to go bold with her fashion choices, Janelle Monae didn’t disappoint on the 2020 Oscars red carpet.
The Ralph Lauren gown took over 600 hours to make. It was created using hand embroidery only and was embellished with 168,000 Swarovski crystals. The most surprising component is the Robinhood-esque hood, not generally seen at glamorous events, but she made it work.
Most definitely a nod to old Hollywood, in 2013 Jessica Chastain wore a sequined Armani Prive gown.
The dress was form-fitting and embellished with geometric beading, and a sweetheart neckline, popular with original Hollywood glamour. A red lip and a deep side part made this look absolutely timeless.
This is a timeless classic that could have been worn during the early days of Hollywood. Saoirse Ronan looks impressive in a soft pink Calvin Klein dress.
The clean strapless lines of the dress are perfectly offset by the oversized bow in the back and the bride-like train. A natural makeup look pulls the entire ensemble together. Ronan looks like she's ready to take on the world.
Literally the epitome of classic Hollywood glamour, Hepburn absolutely stunned at the 1975 Academy Awards red carpet in a Givenchy number.
The charming gown displayed an intricately beaded top with a peekaboo cutout in the middle and was embellished with a white bow. The beading is juxtaposed with a clean white skirt, which makes for a balanced, compelling look.
So Winona Ryder was actually photographed multiple times at various Hollywood events in this black Armani dress and she still chose to wear it to the Academy Awards in 1990.
We gotta give her respect for that, as celebrities are expected to never be seen wearing the same thing twice. The Armani number is absolutely stunning with unique necking and clean black lines.