Oscars 2021: Pics of the red carpet fashion

Oscars 2021: Pics of the red carpet fashion

Valentino, Chanel, Louis Vuitton, and Alberta Ferretti were some of the favourite designers at the 2021 Oscars. 

Halle Berry
Halle Berry at the 2021 Oscars/ Instagram

The 93rd Academy Awards (Oscars) were held on Sunday night at the Union Station in Los Angeles.

The Oscars were pushed back twice due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

South African documentary, 'My Octopus Teacher', won 'Best Documentary Feature'

The Sea Change Project says the recognition is a "win for the oceans and for establishing the reconnection between humanity and the natural world". 

Other winners on the night included: 

'Nomadland' - Best Picture
Chloé Zhao - Best Director ('Nomadland')
Frances McDormand - Actress in a Leading Role ('Nomadland')
Anthony Hopkins - Actor in a Leading Role ('The Father')
Yuh-jung Youn - Actress in a Supporting Role ('Minari')
Daniel Kaluuya - Actor in a Supporting Role ('Judas and the Black Messiah')
'Soul' - Animated Feature Film

Here's a look at what the stars wore to the 2021 Oscars. 


Golden Globe winner Zendaya looked gorgeous in Valentino. Several publications named the 'Euphoria' star the best dressed on the night. 

Margot Robbie

Margot Robbie walked the Oscars red carpet in a Haute Couture gown by Chanel.

Halle Berry

Halle Berry and her partner Van Hunt made their red carpet debut. The Oscar winner turned heads in a strapless Dolce & Gabbana gown. 

Angela Bassett 

Angela Bassett was a winner both on and off the red carpet. The 62-year-old shut down the red carpet in a red Alberta Ferretti dress. Her Disney Pixar film, 'Soul', also picked up two Oscars for 'Best Animated Feature' and 'Best Original Score'. 

Amanda Seyfried

Actress Amanda Seyfried wowed in a red tulle Armani Priveé gown. 

Carey Mulligan 

Carey Mulligan was a vision in Valentino.

Viola Davis 

Viola Davis graced the red carpet in Alexander McQueen. 

Regina King 

Regina King sparkled in a custom Louis Vuitton gown designed by Nicolas Ghesquière. 

And then there were the men...

Brad Pitt

Daniel Kaluuya in Bottega Veneta

Lakeith Stanfield in Saint Laurent

Leslie Odom Jr. in Brioni 

Sacha Baron Cohen in Ralph Lauren

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