Oscars 2024: See Every Best Dressed Star

From Zendaya and Margot Robbie to Florence Pugh and Ariana Grande, check out all the best-dressed celebrities on the 96th Academy Awards red carpet.

Ariana Grande at the 2024 Oscars.

Finally, the 2024 Oscars have arrived! Hollywood’s biggest names have come together for the 96th annual Academy Awards, a.k.a. the most anticipated night of award season—and unsurprisingly, everyone is taking the opportunity to showcase their sartorial chops. The biggest names in Hollywood commanded attention on the Sunday, March 10, red carpet at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles. We’re talking waist-cinching silhouettes, out-of-this-world textures and lively hues. While it’s safe to say the stars brought their fashion A-game to the big night, a handful stood out among the rest.

At a show like the Oscars, there is always bound to be a fair share of haute couture gowns, black-tie tuxedos, and jaw-dropping jewels. However, there’s always a handful of noteworthy moments to hit the red carpet at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood. Lily Gladstone also turned heads in a Gucci gown specially designed by creative director Sabato De Sarno and Indigenous artist Joe Big Mountain. The unique collaboration resulted in a dress that merged artistic elements with high fashion, truly capturing the essence of the event.

The 2024 Oscars proved to be a momentous occasion for fashion enthusiasts. Hollywood’s brightest stars showcased their impeccable style and individuality, setting trends and leaving audiences in awe. As the night unfolded, it became clear that fashion at the Academy Awards is not just about beautiful dresses, but also about the stories and inspirations behind each garment. The red carpet became a canvas for self-expression, highlighting the creativity and talent of designers and the stars who wear their creations.

See the best-dressed celebrities below.


Florence Pugh made a show-stopping arrival at the 2024 Oscars red carpet in a bedazzled corset gown, radiating elegance and glamour. Her choice of attire, a silver metallic jewelled dress from the Del Core SS24 RTW collection paired with Bulgari jewellery, captivated attention and showcased her impeccable sense of style. Florence Pugh’s fashion statement at the Oscars solidified her reputation as a trendsetter on the red carpet, setting the stage for a memorable evening at the prestigious event.

Florence Pugh at the 2024 Oscars.


Two stars who stood out among the fashion crowd were Jennifer Lawrence and Zendaya. Lawrence embraced vintage glamour with her polka-dot Dior Haute Couture gown, which showcased a monochromatic pattern. Completing her ensemble, Lawrence accessorised with a matching Swarovski Created Diamonds collar necklace and tennis bracelet.

Jennifer Lawrence at the 2024 Oscars.


Zendaya, known for her impeccable fashion choices, continued her winning style streak in an Armani Privé antique rose silk gown. The gown featured a single roped strap, an embroidered palm tree print, and an embellished bodice adorned with gunmetal sequin paillettes.

Zendaya at the 2024 Oscars.


As we look at the best dressed stars from the 2024 Oscars, it is impossible not to mention Margot Robbie. She surprised everyone with a Versace gown that defied expectations and embraced an “Anti-Barbie” vibe. The shimmering strapless gown combined the softness of draping with striking lines of corsetry, culminating in a sleek, sharp column skirt. Accessorised with Fred Leighton jewels, Robbie’s look glittered with contrast and sophistication.

Margot Robbie at the 2024 Oscars.


Ariana Grande, fresh from the release of her latest album, revealed a new side to her red carpet style at the Oscars. Stepping out in a fairy-tale-like confection from Giambattista Valli, Grande channelled the spirit of her Wicked character, Glenda, exuding glamour and charm with every step.

Ariana Grande at the 2024 Oscars.


Anya Taylor-Joy made a statement with her cream strapless dress from Christian Dior. The dress, covered in intricate beading, showcased textured scallops that composed the skirt, with additional embellishments adorning the voluminous fabric. The dress was inspired by Sandro Botticelli’s iconic painting, “The Birth of Venus.” It took a staggering 6,000 hours to complete, with 3,500 hours dedicated to the meticulous embroidery work.

Anya Taylor-Joy at the 2024 Oscars.