Oscars 2017: The women that ruled the red carpet.
Actresses like Taraji P. Henson slaying in a (in a sultry midnight blue gown by Alberta Ferretti), or Karlie Kloss looking like an angel, (in an asymmetric Stella McCartney ensemble) , Halle Berry came out to play (in an exquisite Atelier Versace number).
A gold statue may have been what everyone was after, but pearl-colored gowns dominated the 89th Academy Awards, from Isabelle Huppert arriving in a shimmering nude gown by Armani Privé to Felicity Jones who shined in a creamy tulle frock by Dior and Hailee Steinfeld turning heads in a dreamy alabaster dress with floral detailing by Ralph & Russo.
Beads, feathers, and appliques dominated the star-studded runway, with Chrissy Teigen (in Zuhair Murad), Octavia Spencer (in Marchesa), Janelle Monae (in Elie Saab Couture), and Laura Dern (in Rodarte) all donning intricately adorned looks.
We have put together few of our favorite looks for the night.
Brie LarsonIn a black velvet Oscar de la Renta dress, teamed with Neil Lane diamonds and Aquazzura sandals.
Ruth NeggaIn a true "Valentino Red" Valentino stunner, accessorized with rubies by Gemfields X Irene Neuwirth.
Karlie KlossIn a Stella McCartney cape dress with a Nirav Modi choker and a Roger Vivier clutch.
Kirsten DunstIn a Grace Kelly-worthy Christian Dior dress with a high-low hemline, paired with a swirling diamond necklace.
Hailee SteinfeldIn an opalescent Ralph & Russo dress with a sheer skirt and a high neckline.
Jessica BielIn a distressed, metallic KaufmanFranco dress with an edgy Tiffany & Co. necklace.
Priyanka ChopraIn a checkered Ralph & Russo column dress and 60 carats worth of Lorraine Schwartz diamonds.
Viola DavisIn a strawberry cold-shoulder dress by Armani Privé.
Emma StoneIn a gold, body-hugging Givenchy Haute Couture by Riccardo Tisci dress with tiers of fringe.