BEST: Taraji P. Henson
Hidden Figures star Taraji P. Henson went Hollywood glam in a plunging Alberta Ferretti gown with a daring slit. The actress paired the close-fitting number with a choker necklace and a clasp-top clutch purse.
BEST: Chris Evans
Presenter Chris Evans stole the show in a bold blue suit. He matched the black lapel of his jacket to a black bowtie, adding a white pocket square to top off the ensemble.
BEST: Emma Stone
Emma Stone went for gold in a vintage-inspired metallic gown. The Best Actress nominee (La La Land) added drop earrings to accent her Givenchy Couture look.
BEST: Sunny Pawar
Lion star Sunny Pawar looked adorable in a pint-sized tuxedo on the red carpet. The 8-year-old actor rocked a black bow tie and paired his suit with bright-colored sneakers.
BEST: Alicia Vikander
Presenter Alicia Vikander continued her run of stunning red carpet looks, stepping out in a delicate lace number. She paired the elegant layered gown with a casual beauty look, pulling her hair back into a high bun and keeping her makeup simple.
BEST: David Oyelowo
David Oyelowo opted for a glamorous Dolce & Gabbana tuxedo. The presenter rocked the ivory jacket with with black trousers, a black bowtie, and sharp shoes.
BEST: Janelle Monáe
BEST: Riz Ahmed
Presenting at the show, The Night Of star Riz Ahmed styled in a blue tuxedo, pairing the suit with a blue bowtie and a two-toned shoe.
BEST: Ruth Negga
Best Actress nominee Ruth Negga (Loving) stole the show on the star-studded carpet in a stunning red Valentino gown. The actress accessorized her lace-accented gown with a a delicate hair piece, dangling earrings, and a statement-making blue ribbon, which declared Negga’s support for the ACLU.
BEST: Andrew Garfield
Andrew Garfield was simple and chic in a classic black tuxedo. The Best Actor nominee (Hacksaw Ridge) topped off the look with a white pocket square and black bowtie.
BEST: Isabelle Huppert
Best Actress nominee Isabelle Huppert (Elle) glittered in Armani Prive. The French actress was effortlessly gorgeous in the long-sleeved champagne number.
BEST: Brie Larson
Presenter Brie Larson was classic glamour in a black velvet gown. The Room actress turned heads in the plunging number with an elegant train.
BEST: Aldis Hodge
Aldis Hodge looked sharp for the occasion in a well-cut and well-accessorized tux. The Hidden Figures star added a bow tie and an ornate lapel chain, taking his red carpet look to the next level.
WORST: Dakota Johnson
Dakota Johnson missed the mark in a champagne gold dress. The Fifty Shades actress got a bit overwhelmed by the high-necked Gucci gown.
WORST: Casey Affleck
Again, the beard.
WORST: Sofia Boutella
Actress and musician Sofia Boutella took a bit too much inspiration from the upcoming Beauty and the Beast, missing the mark in a feather duster-esque dress.
WORST: Terrence Howard
Terrence Howard prioritized comfort over style, choosing a tied smoking jacket straight out of Hugh Hefner’s closet.