Monday, February 28, 2011

The Best Dressed from Sunday Night 83r Oscar Awards

Anne Hathaway  made her first entrance, on the red carpet, in a stunning archive Valentino gown

Gwyneth Paltrow looked gilded in a custom Calvin Klein Collection metallic sheath gown accessorized with a Louis Vuitton brooch and colorful earrings.

Black Swan actress Mila Kunis ’ hyper-feminine Elie Saab couture lace gown exuded pure romance.

Cate Blanchett rocked a complex yet elegant crystal-and-pearl-embellished Givenchy Haute Couture gown and Van Cleef & Arpels jewelry.

Best Actress winner Natalie Portman has worn many Rodarte dresses, but this draped chiffon number, perfect for a glamorous pregnancy, was more timeless than avant-garde.

Presenter Reese Witherspoon kept it simple in an Armani Privé couture gown and a kicky ’60s ponytail.

Michelle William s maintained her Mia Farrow look in a white beaded Chanel Haute Couture gown from the house’s spring collection.

Amy Adams parted ways from her look in The Fighter with an elegant midnight-blue L'Wren Scott gown and Cartier emerald-and-diamond jewelry.

Sandra Bullock may not have been the center of attention at this year’s show, but her crimson Vera Wang gown was certainly showstopping.

Halle Berry , usually every inch the sexy siren, chose a frilly Marchesa beaded gown with a dramatic tulle train.

Also in Marchesa, Best Supporting Actress nominee Hailee Steinfeld dressed her age—14!—in a blush tulle tea dress.

Previous Academy Award winner Jennifer Hudson was radiant in a tangerine Atelier Versace halter gown.

Sex-bomb Scarlett Johansson opted for a demure wine-colored Dolce & Gabbana lace gown with cutout back.

Nicole Kidman stepped out in the spring season's Asian-influenced trend with this Dior couture gown and Fred Leighton necklace.

Best Actress nominee Jennifer Lawrence played it cool in a sleek, curve-hugging Calvin Klein Collection red silk tank dress and Judith Leiber clutch.

Hilary Swank opted for another strong spring trend—feathers—in this Gucci ombré sequined dress and Anna Hu jewelry

Florence Welch of Florence and the Machine complemented her fiery hair with a dandelion-yellow Valentino couture tiered gown.

After having twins only four months ago, Celine Dion came back hotter than ever in an Armani Privé ivory dress.

Camila Alves channeled classic Hollywood glamour in a Kaufman Franco gown and Lorraine Schwartz jewelry.

The always graceful Helen Mirren supported a fellow English dame, wearing a Vivienne Westwood gown.

Mandy Moore donned a pretty sequined and tulle Monique Lhuillier gown in a flattering ivory blush tone.

Best Actress nominee Annette Bening dazzled in a strikingly different silver Naeem Khan gown.