- Cate Blanchett: Givenchy Couture
- Helen Mirren: Vivienne Westwood
- Jennifer Hudson: Atelier Versace
- Natalie Portman: Rodarte
- Amy Adams: L'Wren Scott
- Scarlett Johansson: Dolce & Gabbana
- Gwyneth Paltrow: Calvin Klein Collection
- Mila Kunis: Elie Saab Couture
- Halle Berry: Marchesa
- Michelle Williams: Chanel Haute Couture
- Hailee Steinfeld: Marchesa
- Jennifer Lawrence: Calvin Klein Collection
- Anne Hathaway: Valentino
- Hilary Swank: Gucci Premiere Couture
- Nicole Kidman: Christian Dior Couture
- Helena Bonham Carter: Colleen Atwood
- Annette Bening: Naeem Khan
- Mandy Moore: Monique Lhuillier
- Melissa Leo: Marc Bouwer
- Celine Dion: Giorgio Armani Prive
- Florence Welch: Valentino Couture
- Marisa Tomei: Vintage 1950s Charles James Couture
- Reese Witherspoon: Giorgio Armani Prive
- Sharon Stone: Christian Dior
- Penelope Cruz: L'Wren Scott
- Sandra Bullock: Vera Wang
Just in case you missed it, here's a recap of the best-and worst-dressed people at the Oscars 2011.
We were most partial to Cate Blanchett's Givenchy Couture dress, though we know some found it odd. Also on our hot list were Mila Kunis in lavender Elie Saab (lacy ruffles, so spring!) and Gwyneth Paltrow looking every inch a New York blueblood in a shimmering Calvin Klein Collection column dress (until she sang a country song, that is).
As this was the Oscars, no one was really the worst dressed. But if pressed, we'd have to say Amy Adams' blue sequin L'Wren Scott dress would have been better served without the big green pendant. Fellow Best Actress nominee Nicole Kidman chose a striking Christian Dior gown, but the hip shield was a little unusual. And host Anne Hathaway's original red-carpet dress, with the big bustle, was the least interesting of all her many Oscars 2011 looks.
Who did you like?
See our video below for more on our favorites.