The 2013 Oscars Best and Worst Dressed

Check out the must-see looks from the red carpet at the 85th annual Academy Awards.

41 photos
1/41
WireImage
HOLLYWOOD, CA - FEBRUARY 24: Actress Jessica Chastain arrives at the Oscars held at Hollywood & Highland Center on February 24, 2013 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Steve Granitz/WireImage)
2/41
Getty Images
Jessica Chastain looked subtly sexy in this pale beaded gown by Armani Prive. Click through for more must-see looks from the red carpet at the 85th annual Academy Awards.
3/41
WireImage
Talk about a stunning number! Best Actress nominee Jennifer Lawrence was the picture of perfection in this gown by Dior Haute Couture.
4/41
WireImage
Kerry Washington glowed in this coral Miu Miu gown featuring a crystal-encrusted bodice.
5/41
Getty Images
Best Supporting Actress winner Anne Hathaway looked every bit the Hollywood A-lister in pale pink Prada.
6/41
WireImage
Reese Witherspoon looked like a Hollywood siren in her Louis Vuitton gown and jewels.
7/41
WireImage
Best Actress nominee Quvenzhane Wallis chose her Giorgio Armani number "because it was sparkly and fluffy. " Paired with a precious puppy purse, she's the cutest 9-year-old around.
8/41
Getty Images
Always the fashionista, Nicole Kidman looked elegant in L'Wren Scott, and Keith Urban looked happier than ever to haver her on his arm!
9/41
WireImage
Halle Berry looked every inch a Bond girl in skin-tight, sequinned Versace.n‪
10/41
Getty Images
Melissa McCarthy was swathed in a silvery gray ensemble by David Meister.
11/41
WireImage
The only thing better than Bradley Cooper is Bradley Cooper in a tux. The Best Actor nominee looked suave with mom on his arm.
12/41
Getty Images
Helen Hunt went for accessible glamor in a navy satin gown by mass-retailer H&M. The jewelry is a different story. She wore $150,000 worth of diamonds! ‬
13/41
FilmMagic
Charlize Theron showed off her pixie hair cut in Dior Haute Couture.
14/41
WireImage
Looking the perfect pair, George Clooney and Stacy Keibler rocked the red carpet in Armani and Naeem Kham.
15/41
WireImage
No stranger to the red carpet, Best Supporting Actress nominee Amy Adams wore a frothy, classic style gown created by Oscar de la Renta.
16/41
WireImage
Looking the perfect Hollywood pair, Channing Tatum and wife Jenna Dewan rocked the red carpet and showed off their baby bump. When asked, the proud poppa called his baby-to-be "my greatest production."
17/41
WireImage
Always the red carpet favorite, Jennifer Aniston was simply chic in Valentino.
18/41
Getty Images
Catherine Zeta-Jones was a true golden girl in beaded Zuhair Murad.
19/41
Getty Images
Amanda Seyfried continued the trend toward the pale in Alexander McQueen.
20/41
WireImage
Zoe Saldana looked stunning in a strapless gray gown with floral appliques by Alexis Mabille Couture.
21/41
WireImage
Move over starlets! Jane Fonda's custom Versace gown was nothing short of stunning.
22/41
WireImage
Donning a dapper Dolce & Gabbana tux, Jeremy Renner had the crowds swooning.
23/41
WireImage
Jennifer Hudson looked smashing in Roberto Cavalli.
24/41
FilmMagic
Talk about a red carpet show stopper! Best Supporting Actress Sally Field wowed the crowd in Valentino.
25/41
Getty Images
Best Actress nominee Namoi Watts was sterling in this silver Armani Prive gown.
26/41
WireImage
‪Adele looked understated and elegant in a black embellished gown by Jenny Packham.‬
27/41
Getty Images
Looking the perfect Hollywood pair, Ben Affleck walked the red carpet with wife Jennifer Garner. She dazzled in Gucci.
28/41
AFP/Getty Images
Octavia Spencer looked ravishing in her go-to designer Tadashi Shoji.
29/41
WireImage
On her 86th Birthday, Best Actress nominee Emmanuelle Riva was the picture of understated elegance in this gown by Lanvin.
30/41
Getty Images
Samantha Barks looked chic in this little black dress by Valentino.
31/41
John Shearer/Invision/AP
Kelly Rowland's Angelegging in this thigh-high number by Donna Karan.
32/41
Getty Images
Who says it's all about the women's wardrobe? Daniel Day Lewis looked dashing on the red carpet.
33/41
WireImage
Sandra Bullock channelled classic Hollywood glamor in beaded lace by Ellie Saab.
34/41
Getty Images
Queen Latifah wowed in white from designers Badgley Mischka.
35/41
Getty Images
Hugh Jackman killed it in a shawl collar, double breasted tuxedo by Tom Ford.
36/41
WireImage
Kristen Chenoweth was the first big star on the Oscar red carpet. Topping her look off with a sock bun, she rocked it in a sparkly Stella McCartney number and Christian Louboutin shoes.
37/41
WireImage
It's the Oscars, so Kristen Stewart left the typical sneakers at home. Instead she opted for Jimmy Choos to go with her Reem Acra gown. After spraining her ankle, the "Twilight" actress was also seen hobbling on crutches.
38/41
Getty Images
Salma Hayek's Alexander McQueen gown granted an element of goth glam to the carpet.
39/41
WireImage
Kelly Osbourne chose a flowing number by Tony Ward with sequins and sheer detailing. And of course, her signature purpley, pastel locks made their appearance.
40/41
Todd Williamson/Invision/AP
Actress Amy Adams arrives at the 85th Academy Awards at the Dolby Theatre.
41/41
WireImage
Young Actress Quvenzhane Wallis arrives at the Oscars at Hollywood & Highland Center.
Contact Us