Girls star Allison Williams stepped onto the Vanity Fair Oscars party red carpet looking sophisticated in an ivory Valentino gown adorned with capped sleeves and floral beading. While her color choice was safe, it was all about the intricate embellishments. The actress completed her look with diamond drop earrings and a couple of sparkly rings. Thoughts?Vote on all of our Oscar polls here!
Miranda Kerr arrived at Vanity Fair's Oscars afterparty in a plunging gray sheer gown, complete with an embellished neckline and sparkly chandelier earrings. While we adore Miranda's laid-back street style, we also love seeing her in something altogether dressier. Tonight's choice was a bit of a departure for Miranda, who usually goes for more formfitting silhouettes, but did it work?Vote on all of our Oscar polls here!
The carpet wasn't the only thing that was red tonight. Some of our favorite actresses — and nominees — arrived at the Academy Awards in the eye-catching hue. Both Sally Field and Jennifer Aniston reached for Valentino dresses; Field opted for a long-sleeved number with semisheer panels, while Aniston decided on a timeless princess-gown silhouette. Not to be outdone, Olivia Munn and Marcia Gay Harden went for body-con gowns, also in the standout color. One thing's for sure: these ladies certainly painted Hollywood's biggest night red.
Sparkling jewels and statement accoutrements are all part of the Oscars red-carpet formula, but this latest styling trick has it backwards (literally). According to Jennifer Lawrence and Anne Hathaway, necklaces are just as glamorous from the back, leaving much of the "wow" factor for the parting glance. Lawrence draped a long 74-carat Chopard diamond bead necklace against her subtly embroidered white-and-pale-pink Christian Dior Couture gown, invoking an old-school kind of elegance. While Hathaway — now the winner of the best supporting actress award — went for a bolder look with a tassel-infused Tiffany & Co. necklace. Are you feeling the role reversal of tonight's most gorgeous jewels?
The 2013 Oscars red carpet shimmered as celebrities showed off their glamorous style in a range of metallic gowns. Stacy Keibler highlighted her enviable figure in a silver-studded Naeem Khan racerback creation; Renée Zellweger stunned in a liquid gold Carolina Herrera gown; and Naomi Watts's silver-sequined Armani Privé confection proved unforgettable. Meanwhile, Jennifer Hudson opted for a sexy metallic blue Roberto Cavalli gown and Bond girl Naomie Harris took the eco-friendly route in a chic gold gown made out of recycled zippers and chocolate candy wrappers (yes, you read correctly). Click on to see all the high-shine looks from the Academy Awards right now.
Salma Hayek delivered sexy in a less overt package via her high-neck Alexander McQueen number. It all started with a beautiful gold-embellished collar and ended with plush midnight blue velvet that hugged her curves. In the accessories realm, Salma carried a gold McQueen skull box clutch and wore a gold crown in her hair. Are you into Salma's ensemble?Vote on all of our Oscar polls here!
Kristen Stewart ditched her sneakers and jeans — although she was spotted with a pair of crutches — in exchange for a pale blush Reem Acra gown. The sweetheart neckline was just sexy enough, the hand-beaded embellishments proved ultrasparkly, and the pleated tulle detail was frothy perfection. In true Kristen fashion, the actress kept her jewelry to a minimum, only wearing a delicate diamond necklace around her neck. Are you into it?Vote on all of our Oscar polls here!
Catherine Zeta-Jones glimmered on tonight's red carpet in a golden Zuhair Murad gown. Her dress got its high shine from decadent metallic beadwork, which swirled around its strapless silhouette and transitioned into the skirt's sheer panels. The opulence continued to her jewelry — she wore more than 200 carats of naturally colored diamonds from Lorraine Schwartz, valued at a whopping $1 million! Are you a fan of her red-carpet look?Vote on all of our Oscar polls here!
Even though she skipped the Academy Awards red carpet, Renée Zellweger was statuesque (and svelte as ever) in her gold metallic Carolina Herrera gown. A small train added understated drama, while the keyhole cutout with velvet ruby-red bows was an unexpected surprise from the back. A few sparkly red bangles added a subtle tinge, and a gold box clutch kept the metallic theme going. Are you into Renée's golden look?Vote on all of our Oscar polls here!
Stacy Keibler highlighted her seriously enviable figure at the Academy Awards in a silver-studded Naeem Khan gown. The racerback neckline showed off her toned arms, while the sheer back detailing added a subtle, sexy touch. Keibler completed her look with an Old Hollywood wavy updo, statement earrings, and a bold cuff. Do you love it?Vote on all of our Oscar polls here!