The show must go on! While the 2021 Oscars looked a little different this year, the fashion was as fabulous as ever.
On April 25, everyone from Zendaya to Regina King walked the red carpet, with hues of red and cutout designs taking over as trends.
Scroll down to see some of the best looks from the star-studded night.
The actress, who attended the show with her Big Little Lies costars Laura Dern, matched the carpet in a belted Dior gown.
"I’m so honored to be a part of this evening, celebrating the magic of movies and their ability to make us feel more connected to the world around us," the blonde beauty stated on Instagram before the show.
Robbie debuted a fresh set of bangs while wearing a custom, silver-foiled floral Chanel Haute Couture gown.
"It was really about pure beauty — just keeping it simple," her makeup artist Pati Dubroff told Vogue. "I think that maybe that’s something that we all came out of this time appreciating: simplicity."
Going for the gold! Though the Promising Young Woman star didn't come out victorious in the Best Actress category, she certainly topped everyone's best dressed list.
The actress showed off her abs in a sequin two-piece by Valentino Haute Couture.
Va-va-voom! The Best Actress nominee showed some skin in a white Alexander McQueen frock that featured intricate cutouts in the bodice.
"Congrats to all of last night's winners and nominees!" the Ma Rainey's Black Bottom lead exclaimed on social media. "Especially the legendary costume designer #AnnRoth and my amazing glam squad @jamikawilson, @brklynin and @sergiowastaken on making history!!!"
Flawless! The Malcom & Marie star's bright Valentino Haute Couture gown took "300 hours of work by hand," the designer revealed.
The chiffon dress was inspired by a look Cher rocked in 1970.
After walking the carpet with boyfriend Van Hunt, Berry strutted her stuff in a strapless Dolce & Gabbana gown. What caught everyone's attention was her new hairstyle, which her stylist chopped just hours before the show began!
The United States Vs. Billie Holiday star wowed in a gold Vera Wang dress.
"I wanted to wear something that I, myself as Andra Day would have never worn before the movie," she told PEOPLE before unveiling her ensemble. "I wanted something very, very sexy."
"I wanted to highlight Amanda’s personality with this dress, which gives shape to passion," Giorgo Armani told Vogue of designing the Best Supporting Actress nominee's voluminous outfit. "Finely-pleated, it forms into a petal shape like an upside-down flower, enhanced by a hibiscus red hue."
Spreading her wings! The actress, who opened the show, stunned in an icy blue Louis Vuitton number.
According to Vogue, the gown features 62,000 sequins. "We wanted to keep that element of fantasy," her stylist Wayman Bannerman shared. "For Regina, this is a new move in terms of the look’s architecture and silhouette."
The presenter's off-the-shoulder Alberta Ferretti gown wowed with larger than life puffy sleeves.