Looking Back At The Most Memorable Girl Dress in Hollywood Oscar
Because of girl dress, do you have some unforgettable moments of girl dress in Hollywood Oscar? When it comes to the 89 years of Academy Awards, we always easily find some of the most memorable moments in its fashion history. At present, let’s look back and appreciate the most memorable moments from the biggest night in Hollywood.
Apparently, Joan Collins turned heads in this bubble hem gown, and no formal look was complete without elbow-length gloves in 1950.
Certainly Lola Falana understood how to accessorize. A feather boa was the perfect touch to add a little drama to a classic black gown in 1970.
Lauren Hutton was an example of the relaxed glamour of the '70s in her chubby fur jacket and rainbow Halston gown in 1975.
Debbie Allen stood for the best of '80s fashion in 1982 with the help of thigh-high slit, bold shoulders, all-over embellishments.
Winona Ryder was permanent in this black strapless gown in 1990 Academy Awards.
A body-hugging Herve Leger dress to show off her enviable figure if you're Cindy Crawford. What's a supermodel to wear to her first Academy Awards in 1993?
Owing to this sparkling curve-hugging dress, Elizabeth Hurley was the typical Versace girl, the actress and model stole 1995 show.
Certainly it was a unforgettable moment to become the first African American woman to win 2002 Academy Award for Best Actress, as was Halle Berry's Elie Saab extraordinarily sheer floral gown.
It has become one of the most memorable fashion moments due to Michelle Williams's saffron Vera Wang dress in 2006. She went with her then-boyfriend Heath Ledger.
In a sea of crystal and tulle embellished gowns, Marion Cotillard, in a Jean Paul Gaultier dress that looked as though it was literally made of fish scales, sticked out on 2008 red carpet.
In 2009, Penelope Cruz channeled a fairytale princess in a vintage Pierre Balmain gown when she won Best Supporting Actress for Vicky Cristina Barcelona.
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