These are the most iconic Oscar dresses of all time
At the Oscars, the fashion is just as important as the movies.
Over the years, the annual ceremony’s red carpet has transformed into a runway, as Hollywood’s biggest and brightest stars pull out all the stops in style.
Case in point? Halle Berry she cemented herself as a fashion icon at the 2002 Academy Awards when she went risqué Eli Saab a gown that featured strategically placed floral embroidery to cover her breasts. In addition, she made history as the first Black woman to win the Best Actress award. So, not only did her dress push the boundaries, but she also broke industry barriers in the process.
Then yes Gwyneth Paltrow, who proved that a simple, structured design can instantly order a room. For the 2012 event, she stunned in a white asymmetrical dress with Tom Ford. Pairing the elegant look with a floor-length cape added just the right amount of drama.