Most Iconic Looks Of All Time At The Oscars

Nishant Bhise

Lady Gaga never leaves us unimpressed with her styles and theatrics. At the Oscars 2019, she wore a black Alexander McQueen gown with the most precious Tiffany & Co. diamond. 

Julia Roberts looked ethereal during the 2001 Oscars ceremony where she wore white-piped black vintage Valentino gown. She won the Best Actress Award for 'Erin Brockovich'.

In 1968, Faye Dunaway turned heads with her long-sleeved chiffon dress with a feather coat. The look was created by  Theodara Van Runkle. During that night, she was nominated for an Oscar for 'Bonnie and Clyde'.

Lauren Hutton wore one of the most iconic outfits during the Oscars 1975. The super-model wore a rainbow Halston gown with a fur coat with it. Street style meet elegance. 

The fashion icon Audrey Hepburn in 1955 donned her favorite fashion house, Givenchy's white laced dress with a petite waist belt. 

During the 57th Academy Awards, Prince wore a purple, sequinned jumpsuit with a veil. The night, he won the award for 'Best Original Song Score'.

At the 1982 Oscars ceremony, Diana Ross wore a red, sequinned, fringe gown with a white fur stole with her date for the night, Ernest Thompson.

One of the most iconic male looks at the Oscars was that of Billy Porter who wore a Christian Siriano tuxedo gown at the Academy Awards 2019.

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