2024 Academy Awards: 5 Best Red Carpet Looks That Stole the Show

Anya Taylor-Joy at the 96th Annual Academy Awards in March 2024
Anya Taylor-Joy at the 96th Annual Academy Awards in March 2024. Photo by David Fisher/Shutterstock (14370003aw)

The Academy Awards wouldn’t be complete without some show-stopping red carpet looks, and this year’s ceremony brought quite a few our way. From Zendaya’s dazzling gown with palm tree details to Carey Mulligan’s ’50s Balenciaga dress, here are five red carpet moments that this year’s Oscars will be remembered by.

Sandra Hüller in Schiaparelli

Many stars hit the red carpet at the Oscars wearing black, but that didn’t stop Sandra Hüller from standing out. Her custom black velvet Schiaparelli gown looked like a true work of art thanks to its sharp sleeve details.

Zendaya in Armani Privé

After giving us some amazing red carpet looks during the Dune: Part Two press tour, Zendaya continued her fashion domination in this shimmering pink and silver Armani Privé gown at the Oscars.

Carey Mulligan in Balenciaga

After giving us a series of stunning Old Hollywood-inspired looks this award season, Carey Mulligan sealed the deal with this archival black and white Balenciaga dress from the 1950s.

Anya Taylor-Joy in Dior

Dazzling silver dresses were having a moment at the Oscars, and Anya Taylor-Joy put a dreamy spin on this trend in this custom silver Dior number, inspired by their Junon dress.

Lupita Nyong’o in Armani Privé

Speaking of dazzling dresses that stole the show on Sunday night, we still haven’t stopped thinking about Lupita Nyong’o’s Armani Privé gown with sequined and feathered embellishments.

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Chris loves traveling and exploring different cultures and tasting all the local cuisines. He has visited 6 of the 7 continents – all but Antarctica. His favorite food is Mediterranean; he loves a nice fresh salad and watermelon with feta cheese! You have to try it.