Most beautiful (and least successful) dresses of the Oscars 2020

Last night the biggest film prizes of the year were presented in Los Angeles, but you could say that the most crucial moment for many stars – nominated or not – took place before the show.

Strolling the red carpet and having your looks mercilessly assessed by the collected one’s press, fashionistas. Who won praise for dress, hairstyle, and makeup? And who could only count on disapproving looks?

Mindy Kaling: Mindy Kaling kept it pretty simple in her yellow dress. Except for those little kilos of diamonds around her neck.

Mindy Kaling
©AFP – Mindy Kaling

James Corden and his wife Julia: James Corden and his wife Julia adhered to the classic Oscar recipe. He tight in the suit. She is in a flared dress.

James Corden and his wife Julia
©Richard Shotwell/Invision – James Corden and his wife Julia

Rebel Wilson: Actress Rebel Wilson has lost a lot of pounds, and loves to show her curves in a golden dress by designer Jason Wu.

Rebel Wilson
©Jordan Strauss/Invision – Rebel Wilson

Sandra Oh: Oh, oh, ooooh, that’s a dragon of a dress, Sandra.

Sandra Oh
©AP – Sandra Oh

Janelle Monae: Janelle Monae opted for a look that we can best describe as chain mail meets duvet cover.

Janelle Monae
©REUTERS – Janelle Monae

Olivia Colman: “Whoever plays a queen in the film should have a drag,” Olivia Colman must have thought when she chose this dress from Stella McCartney

Olivia Colman
©AFP – Olivia Colman

Chrissy Metz: Chrissy Metz, together with a few attendees, held a competition ‘to get lost most in the red carpet’, but unfortunately ended up in second place…

Chrissy Metz
©Richard Shotwell/AP – Chrissy Metz

A pregnant America Ferrera: The first place in the competition mentioned above was after all hijacked by America Ferrera, who almost entirely matched the color of her dress by designer Alberta Ferretti with the shade of the red carpet.

A pregnant America Ferrera
©RUETERS – A pregnant America Ferrera

Sigourney Weaver: There is not much to say about this somewhat boring dress from Sigourney Weaver.

Sigourney Weaver
Sigourney Weaver

Director Spike Lee: With his costume, Spike Lee paid tribute to an injured basketball icon, Kobe Bryant. Beautiful!

Director Spike Lee
Director Spike Lee

The Norwegian singer-songwriter Aurora, who, together with a lot of other ‘Elsa’s’ released a Frozen song. “Let it go” is all we can say about this. And yes, we are talking about this terrible karate costume that belongs in a dojo rather than on the red carpet.

Norwegian singer-songwriter Aurora
Norwegian singer-songwriter Aurora

Regina King: This is a real, classic, Versace Oscar dress. But pay special attention to the hands of Regina King, who probably won’t get them up because they are so loaded with jewels.

Regina King
©AFP – Regina King

Billy Porter: Also, this time, Billy Porter does not disappoint. The actor knows how to steal the show with his extravagant outfits every award ceremony, and that is certainly the case today.

Billy Porter
©Reuters – Billy Porter

Lily Aldridge: She may be a top model… but this is definitely not a top outfit. What’s wrong with that faded rose in your side, Lily?!

Lily Aldridge
Lily Aldridge

Saoirse Ronan: No party without a cake, and this time is that incredible honor for Saroise Ronan.

Saoirse Ronan
©Jordan Strauss/Invision – Saoirse Ronan

Salma Hayek: Is it a dress? Is it a pantsuit? Or is it just a sort of wedding dress that Salma Hayek attracted to the red carpet for the occasion?

Salma Hayek
©Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP – Salma Hayek

Natalie Portman: Was storm Ciara still en route to Los Angeles? Actress Natalie Portman took it for granted and just kept her coat on.

Natalie Portman
Natalie Portman

Penelope Cruz: Classic, classic, most classic. No, you can’t do much in a black dress by Chanel, but this is not a striking look for the red carpet.

Penelope Cruz
Penelope Cruz

Florence Pugh: Did you know that nowadays you can wear the slats on the window as a dress? Florence Pugh had clearly been aware of this new trend for some time.

Florence Pugh
©AP – Florence Pugh

Laura Dern: We are not sure what we think of Laura Dern’s Armani dress, but the ‘flocked’ at the top are special anyway.

Laura Dern
©AFP – Laura Dern

Gal Gadot: The lace top of Gal Gadot’s dress adds a contemporary touch to her Givenchy dress, which also saves her from a place in the ‘cake dress’ category.

Gal Gadot
Gal Gadot

Brie Larson: Her ‘Captain Marvel’ uniform has no cape to Brie’s great regret… The actress then compensates for wearing one at any other time that she can.

Brie Larson
Brie Larson

Renée Zellweger: It is almost becoming a tradition, but also this award ceremony Renée’s dress is nearly as tight as her face.

Renée Zellweger
©REUTERS – Renée Zellweger

Margot Robbie: It may be vintage Chanel, but we are not getting really wild with this somewhat annoying dress by Margot Robbie.

Margot Robbie
©AFP – Margot Robbie

Cynthia Erivo: A gigantic dress with split, an asymmetrical neckline, and a good portion of bling … Cynthia Erivo clearly understands how to make an entrance to the Oscars.

Cynthia Erivo
©AP – Cynthia Erivo

Scarlett Johansson: The dress must have cost a rib from her body (meaning that she also covers that part of her body under a see-through piece of fabric), but this time we find Scarlett to look a bit cheap. Unfortunately!

Scarlett Johansson
©Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP – Scarlett Johansson

Charlize Theron: What.A.Sleep. And also: what a diamond! The actress wore a jewel from Tiffany & co, worth a whopping 4.5 million euros.

Charlize Theron
©EPA – Charlize Theron

Kristen Wiig: The dress that touched the tongues most today? Undoubtedly this copy of Kristen Wiig, which is already lovingly called ‘the lasagna dress’.

Kristen Wiig
Kristen Wiig

Rooney Mara: Actress Rooney Mara always chooses a dress with Gothic vibes, this time also. Looks good on her!

Rooney Mara
Rooney Mara

Billie Eilish: Do you want a classic Chanel suit to look hip and contemporary? Only Billie Eilish can do that!

Billie Eilish
Billie Eilish

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