The best dressed stars on the Oscars red carpet
The red carpet highlights
It rained in Los Angeles on Sunday, but that didn't stop the stars attending the 92nd Academy Awards from stepping out in their best. Here are our top 10 style picks from the 2020 Oscars red carpet.
A consistent red carpet style star, Janelle Monáe continued her long tradition of stunning, inventive looks at the Oscars. Breathtaking in a sparkling, hooded Ralph Lauren creation, she looked like an intergalactic Joan of Arc — in the very, very best way.
Last year's Best Supporting Actress winner, Regina King, back at the show to present the male equivalent, stunned in an asymmetrical Versace gown in one of the carpet's most popular colors.
The Oscars carpet was disappointing for fans of the trend of colorful, expressive menswear. In the sea of black tuxes, though, Brad Pitt was a standout, looking classic in a velvet jacket.
On a carpet filled with pale pink, black, and classic metallics, presenter Mindy Kaling's one-shouldered, canary-yellow Dolce & Gabbana was a breath of fresh, springy air.
Charlize Theron was chic in asymmetrical black Dior gown, which she kept clean with sleek short hair, matching nails, and diamonds — including a Tiffany necklace of 165 brilliant stones.
Captain Marvel herself Brie Larson shimmered in this caped, pale pink Celine gown. She let the dress do the talking, keeping her hair sleek, makeup fresh, and jewelry minimal.
Double-nominee Scarlett Johansson went metallic in a strapless gown by Oscar de la Renta with a sheer boned bodice draped in thin chains atop a gleaming silver skirt with a train.
Penélope Cruz took a chance on an unconventional piece from Chanel, a black satin gown with a fitted bodice atop a voluminous high-low skirt, lifted in the front to reveal tulle underneath. The black dress is punctuated with pops of white in the form of a rosette at her neck and a whimsical string of pearls around her waist.