Awards season came to a close on Sunday night with the ultra-glamorous Oscars ceremony, and unsurprisingly, our favourite stars didn't disappoint with their fashion choices! It was gowns aplenty on the red carpet, from Judy star Renée Zellweger in form-fitting Armani Privé to the always-fabulous Billy Porter in British designer Giles Deacon. Scroll down to see all our favourite looks from the night…
Best Actress nominee Renée looked stunning in her custom Armani Privé gown.
Little Women star Saoirse opted for a ruffled Gucci gown with a plunging neckline, and showed off a choppy new fringe hairstyle.
Keeping it simple in a black and white Chanel dress with statement patchwork sleeves, Lucy added a pop of colour with her red lips. For the finishing touches, she wore pearls along her parting - gorgeous!
Killing Eve star Sandra Oh made a dramatic entrance on the red carpet at the 2020 Oscars. The former Grey's Anatomy star wore Elie Saab Haute Couture Spring Summer 2020.
The Little Women actress rocked a teal gown by Louis Vuitton with a gorgeous tiered skirt and belted waist, alongside matching heels and a colour-clashing ruby necklace.
The Pose star made a statement, of course, following up 2019's incredible tuxedo gown with this design from British designer Giles Deacon - who was in fact inspired by the artwork in Buckingham Palace for the intricate skirt.
This structured black gown was a true showstopper from Charlize Theron, who kept her look sleek as ever with minimal makeup and accessories.
We love Mindy Kaling's gorgeous yellow gown with its ultra-flattering one-shoulder silhouette! The actress was dressed by the Duchess of Sussex's best friend and stylist Jessica Mulroney, who could also be seen on the red carpet perfecting her look.
Two-time nominee Scarlett, up for Best Actress in Marriage Story and for Best Supporting Actress in Jojo Rabbit, looked incredible in her champagne silk gown.
Laura's custom Armani dress had a simple skirt and a pretty black embellished top with delicate tassels. With her hair styled in loose waves with half pulled away from her face, the star looked ultra-elegant.
Rooney Mara showed a little skin with her cut-out lace gown.
Another star to make a statement on the Oscars red carpet was Natalie Portman, who had her Dior cape embroidered with the names of female directors who weren't nominated for the 92nd Academy Awards.
Names on the cape included Lorene Scafaria, Lulu Wang, Greta Gerwig, Marielle Heller, Melina Matsoukas, Alma Har’el, Céline Sciamma and Mati Diop.
Looking regal as ever in her shimmering gown, Regina King arrived early on the red carpet, preparing to present an award during the night. She accessorised her beautiful Versace dress with Harry Winston diamonds, reportedly worth half a million dollars! Woah.
We're a little bit obsessed with Margot's simple black dress with the floor-length, floaty sleeves. Jazzing up her look with red lips and her hair in glamorous waves, she looked at ease on the red carpet.
Booksmart star Beanie looked stunning in her monochrome floral gown, which was a custom Miu Miu design.
If we weren't already transfixed with Olivia's stunning new blonde hair, then we certainly are with her black and blue Stella McCartney cape dress!
The ever-elegant Sigourney Weaver looked beautiful in a draped emerald green gown, styled with matching accessories and soft Hollywood waves.
Wearing a gold-coloured sparkly rose gold Celine gown with a low-cut neckline and thigh-high split, the Captain Marvel actress looked simply gorgeous. While it appears to have a cape, the pretty dress also features a stunning backless design.
Opting for a statement gown consisting of a sheer black lace top and pale pink ruffled tulle skirt, Gal made a statement with colour-clashing red lipstick.
The star wore a custom Ralph Lauren gown with a statement hood.
Kaitlyn championed eco-friendly fashion with her sustainable gown by Louis Vuitton. We love that Hollywood siren shawl!
We couldn't leave out 10-year-old Julia Butters, who looked adorable on the red carpet in her Christian Sirano outfit. The designer told E! that the young actress had sketched the gown herself - what a special moment for her first Oscars appearance!