The Golden Globes, the SAG Awards, the Grammys. Red-carpet season has been leading up to this point: The Oscars. Check back throughout the night to see what all of your favorite celebs are wearing on the red carpet.
billy porter in giles deacon
The Pose star is consistently among our favorite people on any red carpet, and in this gold, avian-esque gown by Giles Deacon, he's living up to his style icon reputation.
regina king in atelier versace
This stunning asymmetrical neckline on this Atelier Versace number has us Googling "Regina King arm workout."
zazie beetz in thom browne
In a sea of ballgowns, be a sleek Thom Browne corset-midi skirt combination.
chrissy metz in Christian Siriano
This Is Us star Metz's fire-engine Christian Siriano frock has us wanting to match all of our dresses to our lipsticks.
sigourney weaver in Dior, Kwiat earrings and Fred Leighton jewelry
Between the pleating, the rope belt and the cowl neck, there's a lot going on with this Dior gown—in a good way.
Nominated for best original screenplay (for 1917), Wilson-Cairns seems to be thinking, "If I dress like an Oscar, maybe I'll win an Oscar."
laura dern in Armani Privé
Be honest: When you first saw this, did you think it looked like chocolate syrup being poured over strawberry ice cream?
mindy kaling in Dolce & Gabbana
Between the striking yellow hue and the megawatt necklace, this might be the best Kaling has ever looked.
kaitlyn dever in Louis Vuitton and Harry Winston
Not sure which of the Booksmart actress's accessories we're more obsessed with: Her coordinating Louis Vuitton shawl or that stunning Harry Winston necklace.
beanie feldstein in Miu Miu
We fully support Beanie's campaign to bring more prints to the red carpet.
Caitriona Balfe in Maison Valentino
Placing bets on whether the sheer pink overlay of this Valentino dress will be shed before the afterparties.
Billie Eilish in chanel
Very into Eilish's Chanel-assisted refusal to conform to traditional red carpet standards.
Janelle Monaé in Ralph Lauren
Not a ton to say about this hooded Ralph Lauren gown except...oh my word, it's perfection.
Kelly Marie Tran in Schiaparelli
According to the Star Wars star, a high-waist is so last year. This year's all about the drop-waist.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus in Vera Wang and Harry Winston jewelry
Proof that sometimes the simplest dress is the best dress.
Olivia Colman in Stella McCartney
We know Colman isn't actually the Queen of England, but this navy velvet number is giving off seriously regal vibes.
Rebel Wilsoni in Jason Wu
Wilson's old Hollywood makeup and hair are absolutely ideal for this classically glam gold dress.
Greta Gerwig in Dior Haute Couture
Very intrigued by the fringed hemline on this olive green Dior Haute Couture ball gown.
Sandra Oh in Elie Saab and Pomellato jewelry
Sandra—and this over-the-top-in-a-good-way Elie Saab—wins.
Geena Davis in Ramona Keveza
We're scratching just looking at the material of Davis's plunging gown—but honestly, worth it.
Maya Roudolph in Maison Valentino
It's like we time-traveled back to Studio 54 in the 70s, and we're not mad about it.
Saoirse Ronan in Gucci
We're still processing this whole situation, to be frank.
Salma Hayek Pinault in gucci
Does Salma ever look less than goddess-like? No. No, she doesn't.
Natalie Portman in Dior Haute Couture
This could be Portman's audition for the sequel to The Two Popes, and we mean that as a major compliment.
Florence Pugh in Louis Vuitton
If you're not matching your shoes to your dress, are you even a breakout star?
Rooney Mara in alexander mcqueen
Goth, but make it risqué.
Cynthia Erivo in Atelier Versace
We can't get over the contrast between the bodice's futuristic vibes and the skirt's classic drama.
Penelopé Cruz in Chanel
Does Cruz look beautiful in this bubble-hem dress? She does. Does it make us nervous that the silhouette will make a comeback for those of us who don't look like her? Oh, yes.
Renée Zellweger in Armani Privé
Here's hoping the Judy star isn't a red-wine drinker.
Have you ever worn a sculptural dress and thought, how could I make this more dramatic? The answer is bicep-length black leather gloves.
Margot Robbie in Chanel
Robbie looks stunning as always, we were just hoping for something a bit more show-stopping.
Scarlett Johansson in Oscar de la Renta
We saw Scarlett Johansson wearing a semi-sheer corset, so we wanted a semi-sheer corset.
Gal Gadot in Givenchy Haute Couture
This feels like a pretty big departure from Gadot's normal style and...we want the old Gal back.
Charlize Theron in Dior Couture and Tiffany and Co. jewelry
It's a perfectly lovely dress, but we're having a hard time getting past the length of this woman's legs.
Brie Larson in Celine
Regarding the cape: We'd expect nothing less from a (fictional) superhero.
lucy boynton in chanel
Peep the embellishment in the part of her hair and tell us Boynton doesn't have the coolest style.
julia butters in christian siriano
In this ruffled pink Christian Siriano confection, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood star Butters proves she has more style chops in her ten years of life than we do in...lots more years than that.
kelly ripa in christian siriano
Is Ripa's black, ruffled gown groundbreaking? Not really, but the Christian Siriano design is classic and slightly dramatic.
america ferrera in Alberta Ferretti
Though we could've done without the Grecian headband, Ferrera is positively glowing in this empire waist number from Alberta Ferretti.
idina menzel in J Mendel and Harry Winston
Adele Dazeem and her J Mendel frock said, "Prom dress rights."