Happy Oscars Day to all who celebrate! Hosted by Jimmy Kimmel, the 95th Academy Awards commences soon, where a pregnant Rihanna is set to take the stage and Everything, Everywhere All at Once is expected to once again sweep. At the same time, the viewing audience and A-list attendees will be bracing ourselves all night for a potential quip or two about the slap. Sigh.

Ahead of the award ceremony, celebrities are taking to the Oscars' red carpet — well, it's champagne this year — to deliver the arguably the best looks of awards season. And they weren't all bangers, to be clear.

For now, we're just scanning the scene for the cream of the crop of 2023 Oscars 'fits.

Laverne Cox

Miss Cox is a vision in custom Vera Wang.

Loni Love

A little commotion for Loni Love!

Vanessa Hudgens

Chic, simple, and classic. One can rarely go wrong with vintage Chanel.

Zuri Hall

A classic ball gown with gloves? Zuri Hall, you're the moment.

Fan Bingbing

Can it get any more glamorous than Fan Bingbing in Tony Ward Couture?

Khaby Lame

No words needed, just enjoy this Tiktok star's suit paradise.

Brendan Fraser

We stan Brendan Fraser on this platform. He cleaned up very well in Giorgio Armani for the Academy Awards.

Harvey Guillén

Harvey Guillén in Christian Siriano is kind of a serve.

Janet Yang

I mean, how else would the President of the Academy show up? Metallic cape, it is.


Questlove does it again in Zegna and studded Crocs.

James Hong

James Hong may have won the red carpet with his googly eyed-tie.

Hong Chau

In custom Prada with a fringe train, Hong Chau delivered quite the style moment.

Malala Yousafzai

Malala Yousafzai dazzled in a sparkly Ralph Lauren look.

Cara Delevingne

Miss Cara Delevingne is back, courtesy of Elie Saab Couture.

Lenny Kravitz

Just Lenny Kravitz looking cool in Saint Laurent, per usual.

Jonathan Majors

Like the rest of the internet, we, too, can't get enough of Majors.

Danai Gurira

Danai Gurira and Jason Wu are a match made in style heaven. Also, how about a round of applause for the hair, please?

Angela Bassett

Indeed, Angela Bassett did the thing in Moschino.

Dolly de Leon

This one goes out to Dolly de Leon and her sick gloves.

Jennifer Connelly

Jennifer Connelly in Louis Vuitton? 10/10.


Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you: Tems in Lever Couture.

Samuel L. Jackson

Samuel L. Jackson's Oscars swag is on a hundred (translation: he looks good).

Michelle Yeoh

Michelle Yeoh looked absolutely captivating in Dior.

Pedro Pascal & Salma Hayek

What a duo, with Pedro in Zegna and Hayek in Gucci!

Alyson Sandro & Barry Keoghan

Barry Keoghan's suit has flower buttons. What's not to love?

Seth Rogen & Lauren Miller

A couple's serve, courtesy of Seth Rogen and Lauren Miller. The color coordination is just so clean and pleasing.

Cate Blanchett

Cate Blanchett in custom LV is an ethereal moment.

Lady Gaga

Well, Lady Gaga has arrived.

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