Oscars 2021 Best Dressed List

Celebrities celebrated the night out in bold colors and dramatic silhouettes.

For the first mask-free awards show since the start of the pandemic, stars and their stylists spared no detail making the night as glamorous as possible. The dress code of the night was evidently drama: the red carpet was brimming with voluminous silhouettes, eye-popping colors and glimmering sparkles.

Check out our favorite looks from nominees present and past at the 2021 Oscars celebration.

Regina King in Louis Vuitton

Regina King looked like a queen onstage last night. 2019’s Best Supporting Actress winner dazzled in a custom duchess satin gown from Louis Vuitton, complete with dramatic shoulders and crystal embellishments.

Amanda Seyfried in Armani Privé

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Mamma mia! Amanda Seyfried was a vision in a voluminous tulle Armani Privé gown with a deep V neckline. Seyfried was nominated for Best Supporting Actress for her role in David Fincher-directed Mank.

Zendaya in Valentino Haute Couture

Zendaya looks gorgeous in anything, especially this canary-yellow chiffon dress with a ribcage-baring cutout from Valentino Haute Couture. Her head-turning look is accented by Bulgari diamonds.

Margot Robbie in Chanel Couture

Promising Young Woman co-producer Margot Robbie sports a bangin new look with her glittering lace Chanel gown. Its silver hue is mirrored by Chanel jewelry.

Carey Mulligan in Valentino Haute Couture

Best actress nominee Carey Mulligan took a note from the Oscar award itself in this gold organdi cuivre dress from Valentino Haute Couture embellished entirely with iridescent sequins.

H.E.R. in Dundas

H.E.R. took home the Oscar for Best Original Song in a stunning draped violet jumpsuit from Dundas. Chopard jewelry emphasized her glittering ensemble.

Andra Day in Vera Wang

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Our V128 cover star and Best Actress nominee was dripping in gold for the Oscars ceremony in this Vera Wang number. Casadei shoes and Tiffany and Co. baubles highlighted the gilded look.

Laura Dern in Oscar De La Renta

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Co-presenter Laura Dern flocked to the Oscars in this feathery number from Oscar De La Renta, complete with Pomellato jewelry.

Halle Berry

Halle Berry proves she can even make a bowl cut look good in this flowing lilac number.

Maria Bakalova in Lous Vuitton

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Nominated for her role in Borat Subsequent Moviefilm, Maria Bakalova looked like royalty in a custom tulle and satin princess gown from Louis Vuitton, embroidered with crystals and silver glass beads.

Angela Basset in Alberta Ferretti

Angela Basset looked especially breathtaking in a vibrant red number from Alberta Ferretti with oversized puffed sleeves and Chopard jewelry.

Vanessa Kirby in Gucci

Best Actress nominee Vanessa Kirby was elegant in a pale pink Gucci column gown. Her vampy deep red lip added contrast to the delicate look.

Viola Davis in Alexander McQueen

Nominated for Best Actress for her role in Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, Viola Davis rocked an intricate white dress from Alexander McQueen with a gathered chiffon skirt.

Reese Witherspoon in Christian Dior

Hollywood heavyweight Reese Witherspoon presented in a deep red draped silk georgette number from Dior’s AW21 collection.

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