When it comes to some of the best dresses ever worn to the Academy Awards, Halle Berry's 2002 Elie Saab design is certainly near the top. And while the gown was quite memorable, it was also a historic night for Berry as well.
At the 74th Academy Awards, Berry would end up winning the Oscar for Best Actress, thanks to her performance as Leticia Musgrove in Monster's Ball. Berry became the first Black woman, and first woman of color, to ever win the prize—and to this day, she is still the only woman of color to have ever taken home the Best Actress trophy.
Now, the Saab design that Berry wore that night is on display at the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures, and Berry reflected on the look, and the evening, in a new Instagram post (as seen below).