Oscar Fashion Throughout the Decades
Fashion has changed throughout the decades, but not only have the gowns changed, but so have the jewelry, hairstyles, and makeup. There is most definitely no better event to see the passing trends then at the Academy Awards.
Grace Kelly poses with her award at the 1955 Oscars. She won best-actress for her role in "The Country Girl." She is truly timeless in her elbow length gloves and satin dress.
Elizabeth Taylor won an Oscar for her role in "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf" in 1967. Note her emerald and diamond necklace and earrings made by Bulgari.
Christopher Reeve and Margot Kidder - AKA Clark Kent and Lois Lane - looked dapper together as they recieved their Oscar in 1979 for their movie "Superman" which won for special achievement for visual effects.
Cher won an award for best actress for her role in "Moonstruck" and shows it off in her Oscar and Bob Mackie black sequinned gown at the 1988 Academy Awards.
Gwenyth Paltrow became an Oscar winner in 1999, winning best actress for her part in the movie "Shakespeare in Love." Her cotton candy pink Ralph Lauren gown is still widely considered one of the best red carpet moments in Academy Awards history.
Singer Bjork wore this infamous Marjan Pejoski swan gown, at the 73rd annual Academy Awards in 2001 when she was nominated for best song for "I've Seen it All" from the film "Dancer in the Dark."
Lupita Nyong'o arrived at the 2014 Oscars wearing a beautiful blue Prada gown that was turning heads all night. The dress was just one of many memorable red carpet looks from the stylish star. She won an Oscar for best supporting actress for her role in "12 Years a Slave."
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