The Oscars: Hollywood’s biggest event of the year is full of elegance, glitz, and glamour. Let’s take a look at the absolute most unforgettable Oscar gowns worn by the most iconic stars.
Audrey Hepburn, 1954
Audrey won Best Actress that year and wore an iconic Givenchy floral dress. It’s considered the most favorite Oscar look of all time.
Vivien Leigh, 1940
Vivien won Best Actress for the popular and classic movie Gone With The Wind. Her beautiful Marlene Dietrich designed dress also stole the show that night. Paired with a Van Cleef & Arpels luxury necklace, Vivien definitely looked red carpet-worthy.
Grace Kelly, 1955
Wearing a beautiful mint colored dress designed by Vertigo and an epic Best Actress Oscar win in one hand, Grace Kelly looked as gracious as ever. What’s more, her choice of gown got everyone talking as it cost $4000 at the time.
Elizabeth Taylor, 1961
This list wouldn’t be complete without the exquisite Elizabeth Taylor. Her splendor has graced the red carpet for many years but who forget this beautiful ensemble? Her fourth husband Eddie Fisher gifted her this stunning Christian Dior gown.
Julie Andrews, 1965
Julie Andrews wore an incredible pale yellow dress on the night she won her Best Actress award. While the designer is not known, we love how this color compliments Julie’s personality and skin tone. A classic look for sure!
Goldie Hawn, 1970
It was the decade of the flowers and all things natural. Hawn rocked this flowery look and we have to say, she looked beautiful! Also, let’s take a second to admire those luscious lashes that accentuate her lovely blue eyes.
Jane Fonda, 1972
Fonda digressed from the typical ballgown look and opted for a haute couture suit from Yves Saint Laurent. Her choice of dress got everyone talking but luckily the attention was diverted to her Oscar win for best actress in the movie, Klute.
Faye Dunaway, 1977
Faye won Best Actress for her role in the movie Network. Her choice of dress was rather interesting and not a typical look that a Best Actress nominee would wear. Nevertheless, she wore the classic black velvet look- a look you can’t go wrong with.
Meryl Streep, 1980
Oscar fashion fans consider this look their favorite of all time and we have to admit, it’s stunning! Streep accepted her Best Supporting Actress Oscar award in this breathtaking classic, cream, popped-collar dress designed by talented Pauline Trigère.
Jessica Lange, 1983
Accepting her award for Best Supporting Actress in Tootsie, Jessica Lange dared to wear more sparkle in her Valentino dress. We love the fresh toned down green color and it looks amazing on her. She pulled this fabulous look off with ease!
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