The 10 Best And Worst Dressed Celebs at the 2022 Oscars
#1 Jessica Chastain in Gucci
The Eyes of Tammy Faye star and Best Actress nominee stayed true to her character’s exuberant, drag queen-adjacent style in this colorful, flamboyant Gucci gown. We loved it for being such a bold, borderline tacky choice.
#2 Tracee Ellis Ross in Carolina Herrera
Tracee, what happened here? Is this some sort of sly Disney branding exercise? Because we love you, but the mouse ears aren’t working.
#3 Renate Reinsve in Louis Vuitton
It’s weird. It’s a little creepy. It’s got a sort of gothy, Bride of Frankenstein vibe to it—and we think we love it.
#4 Nicole Kidman in Armani Prive
The Being the Ricardos star and Best Actress nominee stunned in this drop-dead gorgeous gown, custom dyed to her specifications by her good friend Giorgio.
#5 Timothee Chalamet in Louis Vuitton
The boy-prince showed up looking every inch a rock star by ditching a shirt, baring his sternum, and probably changing the rules for menswear at the Oscars forever.
#6 Zendaya in Valentino
Maybe there was some sort of anti-shirt pact made among the Dune cast, because Zendaya showed up in the teeniest little baby blouse you ever saw, which felt like a clear homage to Sharon Stone's white men’s shirt at the 1998 Oscars.
#7 Jada Pinkett Smith in Jean Paul Gaultier
Combining Gilded Age grandeur with space queen drama, Jada re-affirmed her status as one of the most uniquely stylish stars in Hollywood.
#8 Andrew Garfield in Saint Laurent
The Tick, Tick…Boom! star charmed everyone and made a lot of folks swoon throughout awards season with his suave, sexy, playful sense of style.
#9 Kristen Stewart in Chanel
The long-time Chanel muse and Spencer star managed to surprise everyone and make a case for a new way of approaching the Oscars red carpet by not only ditching a skirt, but coming halfway to ditching pants as well.
#10 Penelope Cruz in Chanel
The Parallel Mothers star and Best Actress nominee has long been a Chanel ride-or-die, but we thought this gown, while lovely and elegant, was a bit of a letdown.