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!
Sandra Bullock stepped onto the Academy Awards red carpet in a stunning black gown by Elie Saab. Her dress's sheerness only highlighted its opulent and ample embellishments, which she emphasized even more with a Swarovski clutch. Although we couldn't get a glimpse of her shoes, we caught sight of Bullock's sparkling jewels — all diamonds set in platinum — by Harry Winston. Are you a fan?Vote on all of our Oscar polls here!
For her Academy Awards appearance, Helen Hunt went with a navy strapless gown by H&M. Yes, you read correctly. In her H&M dress, designed as part of the mass retailer's global clothing recycling initiative, the actress proved that you need not go with high-end luxury to look fabulous on the red carpet. Helen completed her ensemble with a multistrand silver necklace, sparkly bangles, and a navy box clutch. How do you feel about this?Vote on all of our Oscar polls here!
If this isn't a nod to '80s-inspired Dynasty styling, we don't know what is. Halle Berry chose a silver-and-black Versace gown that featured both bold stripes and structured shoulder pads. And while this Versace number was long-sleeved, she kept the sex appeal on high alert with its seriously revealing neckline. For the finish, she accented her look with black drop earrings. Are you into it?Vote on all of our Oscar polls here!
Jennifer Garner donned a jaw-dropping custom Gucci Première violet silk crepe strapless column gown — showing her support for her Oscar-nominated husband in all-out glamour. From the front, her gown showed off a simple silhouette, but the back revealed an exaggerated back bow detail and dramatic ruffle detailing. Satin platform Brian Atwood sandals, stunning $2.5 million Neil Lane diamonds, and a clutch proved sleek accessories, while a chic updo and barely there nude lips finished off her Academy Awards look. What do you think?Vote on all of our Oscar polls here!
Best supporting actress nominee Anne Hathaway chose a pale pink Prada number — complete with a bow-detailed cutout back and Tiffany & Co. necklace — giving way to a sexier kind of princess moment. Or as Hathaway described it, "It's business in the front, party in the back." The somewhat revealing pick rounds out an award season's worth of memorable numbers, including gowns from Chanel Couture, Burberry, and Oscar de la Renta. To finish, she paired her dress with silver strappy sandals. As for her Les Misérables pixie cut? She went with a simple, albeit chic, sideswept style. How did she do?Vote on all of our Oscar polls here!
Nicole Kidman is no stranger to L'Wren Scott's exquisite creations, so we're not surprised that she went with the designer again for her Oscars red-carpet appearance. This time, she chose a black-and-gold gown that sparkled from every angle. The square-cut neckline showed off her toned upper half, while the formfitting silhouette hugged her gorgeous figure. Intricate 19th century Fred Leighton gold drop earrings and a gold bracelet played into her gilded theme. Do you like it?Vote on all of our Oscar polls here!
After a brief dalliance with color, Adele returned to her signature black in an embellished Jenny Packham gown on the Oscars red carpet. The singer, who will perform her Oscar-nominated Skyfall theme song during the show, proved that black is anything but boring; just look to her head-to-toe sparkle (including Harry Winston diamonds) for evidence. Are you into Adele's Oscars ensemble?Vote on all of our Oscar polls here!