A showstopping red dress for the red carpet. Hathaway’s Valentino couture gown wasn’t only her best look of the night — it was one of the best, full stop.
On a night that brought a ton of nude or champagne dresses, we loved this shiny, cobalt dress by Armani Prive.
Hathaway channeled ’60s Tina Turner in this glittery Oscar de la Renta get-up. You can never go wrong when you go retro at the Academy Awards, and look how much fun she was having with it. [Image via]
Franco may have stolen the show with his, er, homage to Marilyn Monroe, but we admired Hathaway in this subtly cut, perfectly fitted Lanvin suit. And those sky-high, jeweled pumps were the perfect complement.
At our Oscar party, we referred to this Vivienne Westwood gown, with its feathery pattern and pretty, layered skirts as the Black Swan dress. We still liked it okay, though. [Image via]
This Givenchy gown came straight from the Renaissance Faire bridal salon. We much preferred Cate Blanchett’s odd but gorgeous number by the same designer.
We’re fans of Tom Ford and metallics, too — but Anne, you’re too young to cover yourself from head to toe! Also, that boob seam isn’t doing you any favors.
By far her silliest look of the night, this Atelier Versace piece wouldn’t be out of place at prom night on the Starship Enterprise.