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

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America Ferrera floated down the red carpet looking like the prettiest mermaid ever.

Anna Kendrick

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Sure, Kendrick’s Thakoon gown is sweet, but she’s worn far more jawdropping ensembles before.

Kelly Osbourne

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YES. That lace petticoat effect on this Rita Vinieris dres is to die for.

Giuliana Rancic

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Rancic got the carpet off to a red hot start in this lacy number.

Cat Sadler

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Sort of obsessed with all the different sorts of sparkle on this gown.

Patricia Arquette

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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.

Jamie Chung

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Always pro gowns that look like outer space.

Gina Rodriguez

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The Jane The Virgin star looked stunning in silk for her first Academy Awards.

Lorelei Linklater

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I don’t care if her dresses are kinda off-beat — Linklater always slays on the carpet.

David Burtka & Neil Patrick Harris

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The gray was definitely a risk for NPH, but that’s why we love him.

Dakota Johnson

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Unsurprisingly, the star of Fifty Shades looked red hot on the carpet.

Laura Dern

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Basically the prettiest version of a suit of armor, amirite?

Margot Robbie

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The dress is pretty, but it was Robbie’s new bob that had everyone abuzz.

Carmen Ejogo

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This was the first ’90s-inspired slip dress to hit the carpet, and it was amazing.

Marion Coitllard

Marion + Dior = Perfection. Always.

Behati Prinsloo & Adam Levine

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Some double Zoolander action from one of the world’s hottest couples.

Zendaya

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Honestly, one of my favorite looks of the night.

Felicity Jones

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Bigger is always better… at least when it comes to Oscar dresses.

Rosamund Pike

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A bit Valentine’s-ish, but still pretty stunning.

Naomi Watts

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Not everyone was a fan, but I personally kinda loved all Naomi Watts’ cutouts.

Chrissy Teigen & John Legend

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Love, love, LOVE that dark lip on Teigen.

Zoe Saldana

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That corset bodice, though.

Sienna Miller

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This black Oscar de la Renta dress would have been perfectly pretty without the lacy skirt — which makes it amazing.

Julianne Moore

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Though I prefer Moore in brighter shades, this white column gown is still quite lovely.

Cate Blanchett

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Blue statement necklaces seem to be quite the mini trend as far as accessories went this year.

Chloe Grace Moretz

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Spring came early to the carpet with Moretz’s floral gown.

Reese Witherspoon

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Baby blue is a bold choice for the red carpet, but Witherspoon pulls it off.

Rita Ora

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Ora’s dress had a neckline I can only describe as “shelf for pizza crumbs.” Kinda into it, though.

Nicole Kidman

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The gold is nice, but I’m a bit thrown off by Kidman’s bright red belt.

Jennifer Lopez

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J.Lo rocking just enough sparkle.

Kerry Washington

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Peplum is hard, but if anyone can pull it off, it’s Olivia Pope.

Jessica Chastain

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Navy blue with ivory skin? Yes, forever and ever.

Lady Gaga

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I’m glad Gaga’s back from her brief departure into jazz land. Those red gloves are dope.

Keira Knightley

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More embellishments for Knightley!

Oprah

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Speaking of queens…

Solange Knowles

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Killing it as per usual, in a pair of bright pants.

Lara Spencer

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Ooh. Talk about pretty in pink.