The 15 Best Fashion Choices on the Red Carpet

Fashion is for fun-loving people and Oscars 2022’s 15 Best Fashion Choices is no exception. From the red carpet to the vanity van, here are details about the best-dressed celebrities from the Oscars this year

Timothée Chalamet wore a green Prada suit and a black bow tie

Timothée Chalamet wore a green Prada suit and a black bow tie last night, looking like the best-dressed prom date in the history of all proms. But there was something else about his look that went beyond the sharpness of his evening wear: he looked happy, confident, and whimsical.

The Oscars are often a sartorial snoozefest, so it was delightful to see Chalamet, who’s nominated for Best Actor for his role in Call Me By Your Name, arrive at the event with a look that felt so fresh and so new. His green velvet suit (a velvet tuxedo is almost always right) had a ruffled bib shirt and small white buttons; on his feet were chunky black boots.

His hair was coiffed into a modern pompadour—it wasn’t slicked back in the way you’d expect for this kind of formal event—and his face was covered in just enough stubble to give him an edge but not too much as to make him seem unkempt. He looked like he’d just rolled out of bed after spending the night slumber party-ing with Harry Styles and Pharrell Williams.

Zendaya wore a navy blue Calvin Klein Collection gown and paired it with a white handbag

Zendaya wore a navy blue Calvin Klein Collection gown and paired it with a white handbag. The singer and actress completed her look with matching blue shoes, silver jewelry and red lipstick.

The Hunger Games star wore a two-toned Versace dress and paired it with matching metallic heels and jewelry. She also rocked a black purse. The This Is Us actress wore a strapless gown from Christian Siriano. She completed her look with silver-and-white heels, silver accessories and gray eye makeup.

The Crazy Rich Asians star wore a navy blue dress by Monse that had white detailing on one side of the dress and a black design on the other side of the ensemble. She paired the look with white shoes, earrings, rings and bracelets, as well as red lipstick.

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The Quantico actress wore a yellow dress by Prabal Gurung that featured feathered detailing along one side of the outfit. She paired her dress with yellow shoes, gold accessories and pink lipstick.

The Girl from Plainville author wore an orange jumpsuit by Sally LaPointe that featured sheer panels along the waistline of the garment. She paired her outfit with orange heels, earrings, rings and bracelets, as well as red lipstick and eye makeup.

Kristen Stewart wore an embellished Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci dress with long beaded earrings

Kristen Stewart wore an embellished Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci dress with long beaded earrings to Instagram’s Celebration of the 2016 CFDA Fashion Awards in New York City.

The actress looked stunning in her black and white dress, which featured a high neckline and various patterns. Her earrings were long and thin, falling past her shoulder.

Stewart posed for photos on the red carpet with her girlfriend of nearly a year, stylist Alicia Cargile. The 26-year-old actress wore her hair pulled back and sported minimal makeup.

Timothée Chalamet, Zendaya and Kristen Stewart made the list of well-dressed celebrities at the Oscars.

At the Vanity Fair Oscars after-party, the newly minted best actor winner Timothée Chalamet looked like he was having a blast. He was wearing marigold Louis Vuitton, a color that made him stand out in a crowd full of black tuxedos and gowns. A few hours earlier, on the red carpet, he wore a more traditional midnight blue Berluti suit with white piping.

Also making headlines for her menswear-inspired look was Kristen Stewart, who ditched the dress for a sparkly Chanel jumpsuit. She paired her outfit with black Converse sneakers and accessorized with $2.5 million worth of Chopard jewelry.

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Zendaya shrugged off critics who said she looked like Joan of Arc in her Cinderella-esque white gown by Giambattista Valli Haute Couture. ”

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