With the Oscars right around the corner, we compiled a list of our favorite (and not so favorite) red carpet looks.
The starlet had that Grecian goddess appeal in a refreshing, pink Rodarte strapless gown.
Maybe the former model-turned-actress' beauty is timeless, but her beaded-fanny-pack purse was way past its due date.
This bucolic-beer-garden-gown landed the usually jaw-dropping actress a spot on several "worst dressed" lists.
The model-turned-actress got a little too Mattel in a purple tulle gown.
The Italian actress looked a little bit "ruffled" in a bust-skimming chiffon gown
The actress resembled Cruella de Ville in an off-shoulder, black Christian Dior gown and severe updo.
This red Carolina Herrera gown with an embroidered bodice was an appropriate fit for the actress who was up for an Oscar for her role in Chicago.
The actress was simple, sexy, and elegant in a deep, purple Nina Ricci gown.
The Oscar nominee was a stunner in a burgundy Donna Karan satin gown.
Up for an Oscar for her role in Volver, the actress resembled Audrey Hepburn in a strapless feathered Versace dress.
The contrast between the actress' blonde hair, pale skin and red Balenciaga gown made a killer statement.
In a '20s-style, tiered semi-sheer Elie Saab Haute Couture dress, the sultry starlet showed off just the right amount of skin.
The actress looked a little uncomfortable in a very tight vintage Charles James gown.
The singer-actress was, well, busting out of this skin-tight Valentino number.
Usually a bombshell on the red carpet, actress' famous curves fell flat in an off-shoulder Yves Saint Laurent gown.
The fun actress transformed into a mesmerizing beauty in flesh-colored Versace gown with an intricate lace bodice hand-sewn by Donatella herself.
With that trademark smile, the actress could not have looked better in this classic white and black Valentino dress when she accepted her first golden statue for "Best Actress" in Erin Brokovich.
This green Yves Saint Laurent gown was an impeccable complement to the actress' trademark red locks.
The fresh-faced actress was glamorous in a lace-embroidered Versace gown.
After losing a remarkable 80 pounds since her last Oscar snag for Dream Girls in 2007, the singer-turned-actress was confident in a form-fitting orange Versace gown three years later.
Showing off those toned arms in a one-shoulder orange vintage Valentino gown, the actress made her mark on the red carpet.
The actress looked as if she was swamped by a heaping bulk of black fabric, don't you think?
This bizarre jewel-camo hybrid dress did not do the actress any justice.
When you got it, you don't always have to flaunt it! The supermodel showed off some leg in this '80s style high-slit Roland Mouret dress.
At 61, the Best Actress winner for the film, Queen, still looked phenomenal in a stunning Christian Lacroix gown.
Even with the patriotic accents, the eccentric actress was surprisingly put-together in a black Colleen Atwood gown.
Behind every epic dress, there are epic proportions. The actress made red carpet history in a semi-sheer net Elie Saab couture gown, leaving just enough to the imagination.
A veteran on the red carpet, it did not take much for this actress to turn heads in a simple, nude Marchesa dress.
This fairytale pink Ralph Lauren dress could not have been more perfect for the first time Oscar winner.
The actress was a timeless beauty in a simple, deco-inspired Elie Saab Haute Couture gown.