Oscars 2015: 10 Dresses That Stole the Red Carpet
The good, the better, the best
If the looks at this year's Golden Globes channeled a 2001 prom, then the 87th Academy Awards were more like a black-tie wedding. (Holy mermaid gowns.) Luckily, a few dresses still managed to impress. Here are ten of the night's noteworthy ensembles.
Emma Stone in Elie Saab
First, she wore a jumpsuit at the Golden Globes. Now this. The woman can do no wrong this awards season.
Rosamund Pike in Givenchy
Pike finally gets it right in this sultry number.
Lupita Nyong’o in Calvin Klein Collection
Elegance for the most elegant. This custom bodice was made entirely of pearls (6,000 to be exact).
Marion Cotillard in Dior Couture
A little bit honeycomb-y. A lot of unexpected gorgeousness.
Sienna Miller in Oscar de la Renta
What's black and navy and lacy all over? This perfect little number.
Chrissy Teigen in Zuhair Murad
We respect your long-sleeve-Zuhair game, Chrissy. (And the plum lips are spot on, too.)
Keira Knightley in Valentino
A love letter, turned into a fairy-tale dress.
Naomi Watts in Armani Prive
Only this Aussie could sport a sequined bandeau top on the red carpet.
Dakota Johnson in Saint Laurent
We weren't completely sold at first, but the one-shoulder detailing on this fire-engine red frock is pretty fantastic.
Lady Gaga in Azzedine Alaia
Dishwashing gloves aside (it's Gaga, what did you expect?), this is the very first time an Alaïa has been worn at the Oscars. [Insert emojis here.]