The Oscars awards ceremony is undoubtedly the biggest night of the year in Hollywood, and tonight, a host of celebrities turned out at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles, to celebrate the year in film at the 89th annual ceremony.
A fancy awards ceremony is undoubtedly a perfect excuse for all of our favourite celebs to get dressed up to the nines, and impress on the all-important red carpet as they arrive for the evening. And, like the Golden Globes and the Baftas beforehand, the stars certainly pulled out all the stops for the special evening.
From Felicity Jones to Octavia Spencer, the red carpet looks at the Oscars did not disappoint…
Nominated for Best Actress for Elle, Isabelle Huppert donned a shimmering Armani Prive gown on the red carpet.
The actress made a quick trip down the red carpet in a bejwelled blue gown. Sadly Meryl didn’t stop to pose for pictures, so there are no full length shots of her dress.
The winner of Best Supporting Actress for Fences, Viola added a dose of classic old Hollywood glamour to the red carpet in a flowing red gown.
Charlize donned a Dior Couture at the awards ceremony.
Nicole was nominated in the Best Supporting Actress category, and strutted her stuff in custom Armani Prive on the red carpet.
Felicity Jones stunned in a princess-style gown on the red carpet.
Star of Hidden Figures Octavia Spencer looked stunning in a feathery silver Marchesa gown, and was nominated in the Best Supporting Actress category.
The La La Land star kept it classic and simple at the ceremony in a glittering gold gown.
British actress Naomie was nominated for her role in Moonlight, and kept it simple on the red carpet in a white Calvin Klein dress.
Wearing a stunning lace gown, Alicia, who won last year for The Danish Girl, presented an award at the ceremony last night.
Scarlett made a trip down the red carpet in a gorgeous flowing pink number.
Salma Hayek wore a classic black dress with sequin and lace detailing
Michelle Williams, nominated for film Manchester By The Sea opted for a beautiful two-tone, halterneck dress with sequin detailing.
Ginnifer coordinated her gown with the red carpet wearing an intricate, lace, red number
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50 Shades Star Jamie Dornan, took his wife Amelia as his plus one, who wore a demure dress with a daring cape
Kirsten Dunst showed off her tiny waist and hourless figure in a satin black number
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Leslie Mann, chose a daring yellow number with bow detailing. A choice that divided opinion.
50 Shades Star, Dakota, looked regal in a silky gold dress which she accompanied with some vintage jewellery
2015 Best Actress winner Brie Larson opted for a black velvet dress with ruffle detailing which she offset with a classic red lip.
Halle Berry wore a tassled dress which tailed into silver, wearing her curls natural.