The Oscars Academy Awards are truly equal to the Olympics for the Hollywood’s stars. All the fashionable stars who want to wants to steal the looks really can make the hearts of fashion lovers to rise up the standards.

Angelina Jolie for the year 2012 the Versace look that sparked its own meme was the talk of Tinsel Town in 2012. People who loved her told that it was a return to her cheeky younger red carpet image, and it's definitely one way to ensure that your all-black dress is anything but boring.

Emma stone in the year 2015, she's wearing a risk-taking Elie Saab gown in mustard yellow that 100 percent pays off the awesome looks that make her special. 

Björk, 2001- After so many years later, the Icelandic singer is now in famous for this swan dress designed by Marjan Pejoski.

Courtney Love in the year 1997 have given a chubby look that made fashion lovers go craze about her attire.

Sandra Bullock, 2010- The stunning Oscar winner for "The Blind Side" exuded glamour in this floor-length metallic Marchesa gown and perfect pink lips that are awesome on her.

Nicole Kidman in the year 2007- CAn anyone forget that scarlet red Balenciaga gown complete with a bow halter neck and side-swept hair?. Really stunning look for the year.
 

Jennifer Lawrence in the year 2013 wore that giant tiered dress that caused the staircase trip seen around-the-world was a gorgeous haute couture gown by Dior.


Mila Kunis for the year 2011 she wasn't even up for any awards but probably crashed Pinterest that night with this lavender Elie Saab gown. Want to observe and understand that she was presenting that night.
 

Rachel McAdams in the year 2016 - she's subtly pulling off other Oscars staples, too—the thigh-high slit, low back, and sweeping train in a very refreshing emerald hue might be the topper in fashion history too.


Marion Cotillard in the year 2008- She wore mermaid dress is tough to nail without looking like a prom dress gone wrong, but when yours was a couture piece designed by Jean Paul Gaultier—covered with intricate scale embroidery—you're in a whole another category.