The 2015 Oscars Red Carpet Was A Full-On Display Of Ultimate Glamour
As far as awards shows go, the Oscars red carpet is by far the most glamorous. Sure, the Grammys are a load of fun and the Golden Globes are delightfully eclectic, but its the Academy Awards that inspire celebrities to pull out all the sartorial stops. Once in a while someone goes off the rails with a bird dress, but generally? It's just a whole lot of gorgeousness — and this year was no exception.
From Lupita Nyong'o to Meryl Streep, click through for every single look that went down the red carpet at the 2015 Oscars.
America Ferrera floated down the red carpet looking like the prettiest mermaid ever.
Sure, Kendrick’s Thakoon gown is sweet, but she’s worn far more jawdropping ensembles before.
Tegan & Sara
YES. That lace petticoat effect on this Rita Vinieris dres is to die for.
Rancic got the carpet off to a red hot start in this lacy number.
Sort of obsessed with all the different sorts of sparkle on this gown.
The Boyhood star looked lovely, but I especially appreciated that she said she was too busy working on her charity to get a manicure before the Oscars.
Always pro gowns that look like outer space.
The Jane The Virgin star looked stunning in silk for her first Academy Awards.
I don’t care if her dresses are kinda off-beat — Linklater always slays on the carpet.
David Burtka & Neil Patrick Harris
The gray was definitely a risk for NPH, but that’s why we love him.
Unsurprisingly, the star of Fifty Shades looked red hot on the carpet.
Basically the prettiest version of a suit of armor, amirite?
The dress is pretty, but it was Robbie’s new bob that had everyone abuzz.
This was the first ’90s-inspired slip dress to hit the carpet, and it was amazing.
Marion + Dior = Perfection. Always.
Behati Prinsloo & Adam Levine
Some double Zoolander action from one of the world’s hottest couples.
Honestly, one of my favorite looks of the night.
Bigger is always better… at least when it comes to Oscar dresses.
Simple, but divine.
A bit Valentine’s-ish, but still pretty stunning.
Not everyone was a fan, but I personally kinda loved all Naomi Watts’ cutouts.
Chrissy Teigen & John Legend
Love, love, LOVE that dark lip on Teigen.
That corset bodice, though.
This black Oscar de la Renta dress would have been perfectly pretty without the lacy skirt — which makes it amazing.
Though I prefer Moore in brighter shades, this white column gown is still quite lovely.
Blue statement necklaces seem to be quite the mini trend as far as accessories went this year.
Chloe Grace Moretz
Spring came early to the carpet with Moretz’s floral gown.
Baby blue is a bold choice for the red carpet, but Witherspoon pulls it off.
Ora’s dress had a neckline I can only describe as “shelf for pizza crumbs.” Kinda into it, though.
The gold is nice, but I’m a bit thrown off by Kidman’s bright red belt.
OK, Gwyn. I see you.
J.Lo rocking just enough sparkle.
Peplum is hard, but if anyone can pull it off, it’s Olivia Pope.
Navy blue with ivory skin? Yes, forever and ever.
I’m glad Gaga’s back from her brief departure into jazz land. Those red gloves are dope.
More embellishments for Knightley!
Pant suit queen.
Speaking of queens…
Killing it as per usual, in a pair of bright pants.
Ooh. Talk about pretty in pink.