News Awards & Events Red Carpet See All the Best Looks From the 2022 Oscars By InStyle Editors InStyle Editors Instagram Twitter InStyle's mantra is "Everybody's in," and that means anyone who finds their way to our stories should find themselves reflected in them. We prioritize bringing the right writer to every story and sometimes collaborate as a team to ensure we're including points of view across race, gender expression, body size, skin and hair type, and more. Our editors and writers comprise decades of expertise across the beauty, fashion, lifestyle and wellness spaces in print and digital. We prioritize journalistic integrity, factual accuracy, and also having fun with every story we share. For more about our team, click here. InStyle's editorial guidelines Updated on March 27, 2022 @ 07:00PM Pin Share Tweet Email Photo: Getty Images There's a reason that the Oscars are known as Hollywood's biggest night. There's nothing like the Academy Awards, which celebrate the best movies of the year — and does it in high style. After a few years of more low-key productions, things are back and bigger than ever, with nominees like Kristen Stewart, Penélope Cruz, and Nicole Kidman rubbing shoulders with hosts Regina Hall, Amy Schumer, and Wanda Sykes on the red carpet. Oscars night has given us some of the most memorable fashion moments, ever, including Jennifer Lawrence's over-the-top white Christian Dior gown back in 2013 and Zendaya's neon-yellow Valentino Haute Couture dress last year, so there's no doubt that this time around, someone will give us an unforgettable look to add to our collective memories. Click through to see all of our favorite looks. 01 of 54 Vanessa Hudgens Getty Images The actress looked super glam in a black, cutout Michael Kors gown paired with Bvlgari jewels. 02 of 54 Tracee Ellis Ross Getty Images Ross' low-cut, red Carolina Herrera gown perfectly coordinated with her Christian Louboutin heels, while her NIWAKA necklace provided that extra pop. 03 of 54 Naomi Scott Getty Images Her stunning Fendi Couture gown included a cape and elaborate embellishments. 04 of 54 Lily James Getty Images It was a mix of sweet and sexy for James, who showed off her legs in a pink Versace dress that featured a thigh-high slit. 05 of 54 Laverne Cox Getty Images Cox helped host E!'s Oscars pre-show in a voluminous, custom-made August Getty Atelier gown. 06 of 54 Jessica Chastain Getty Images We know we'll be dreaming of Chastain's metallic ombre Gucci gown for years to come. 07 of 54 Niecy Nash Getty Images Nash showed up to the Oscar's in one of 2022's hottest colors — hot pink! — thanks to this ruffled, thigh-slit Monsoori gown. 08 of 54 Alana Haim Getty Images Are you getting glam mermaid vibes from this shiny, scale-like Louis Vuitton gown? Because we definitely are. 09 of 54 Wanda Sykes Getty Images Designer Sergio Hudson isn't just famous for his pencil skirts — he designed Sykes' sharp white suit for the 2022 Oscars, too. 10 of 54 Becky G Getty Images The singer made quite the statement in this sequined creation by Etro as she made her way down the red carpet. 11 of 54 Lupita Nyong'o Getty Images Nyong'o's red carpet looks never disappoint, and she surely took our breath away in this golden Prada gown, accessorizing with De Beers jewelry. 12 of 54 Regina Hall Getty Images Hall definitely nailed 2022's balletcore trend with her billowing, beige Vera Wang gown. 13 of 54 Jason Momoa Getty Images Momoa is no stranger to showing up at award shows in colorful suits, but he stuck with all-black this time around. He showed his support for Ukraine by accessorizing with a blue and yellow pocket square. 14 of 54 Amy Schumer Getty Images Bows were all over the fall 2022 runways and Schumer is clearly on board. She made a statement in her navy Oscar de la Renta gown that featured the sweet detail. 15 of 54 Saniyya Sidney Getty Images Sidney, who played Venus Williams in King Richard, looked magical in her pastel Armani Pive gown paired with CICADA. 16 of 54 Ariana Debose Getty Images A dress? Pants? Debose's Valentino Haute Couture outfit was a mix of both, while her De Beers jewelry and OMEGA watch completed the look. 17 of 54 Kirsten Dunst Getty Images Ruffled, red, and vintage — Dunst's Christian Lacroix dress was a classic, while Roger Vivier heels provided the final touch. 18 of 54 Marlee Matlin Getty Images Matlin's blue beaded necklace really popped against her long-sleeved, floor-length red dress. 19 of 54 Nicole Kidman Getty Images Kidman's icy blue, peplum Armani Privé was stunning on its own, but her Harry Winston jewelry, OMEGA watch, and dark red lip gave it an extra dose of glam. 20 of 54 Rita Moreno Getty Images Moreno showed off a single shoulder in a ruffled, black Carolina Herrera gown. 21 of 54 Jacob Elordi Getty Images Elordi looked sharp in a black Burberry suit and bowtie. 22 of 54 Andrew Garfield Getty Images Garfield's Saint Laurent by Anthony Vaccarello suit featured a sleek, brown velvet jacket. His jewelry was by David Yurman and his watch was by OMEGA. 23 of 54 Judi Dench Getty Images Dench put a formal spin on the monochromatic trend with a coordinating white set. 24 of 54 Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker Getty Images It was a matching moment for the engaged couple, who walked the red carpet in a strapless Mugler dress and a Margiela suit. 25 of 54 Timothée Chalamet Getty Images Chalamet said yes to sparkles and no to shirts with this eye-catching Louis Vuitton look. 26 of 54 Halle Bailey and Chloe Bailey Getty Images The sistered showed some skin in their sexy, cutout, high-slit Oscars gowns. Halle's turquoise dress was created by Roberto Cavalli. 27 of 54 Zendaya Getty Images Zendaya nailed the night's business formal trend in Valentino Haute Couture. 28 of 54 Emilia Jones Getty Images We couldn't help but draw comparisons between Jones' sequined, gold Louis Vuitton dress and the Oscars statue itself. 29 of 54 Simu Liu Getty Images The Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings actor traded a traditional black suit for a red one at the 2022 Oscars. He completed his look with an OMEGA watch. 30 of 54 Jada Pinkett Smith Getty Images Smith's green Jean Paul Gaultier gown seemed to go on for miles as she walked the red carpet. 31 of 54 Jamie Lee Curtis Getty Images Curtis' navy Stella McCartney gown featured a turtleneck and fishnet details. 32 of 54 H.E.R. Getty Images The singer brought back the mullet dress trend at the awards show, wearing this neon, high-low Carolina Herrera design with her signature sunglasses and Chopard jewelry. 33 of 54 Cynthia Erivo Getty Images Erivo's Louis Vuitton blazer and maxi skirt combo reminded us that a great Oscars look doesn't have to include a gown. 34 of 54 Maggie Gyllenhaal Getty Images The actress' structured, embellished Schiaparelli Oscars gown was essentially a work of art. Grace Lee jewels completed the look. 35 of 54 Penelope Cruz Getty Images It seems that Cruz and Chanel are in agreement: there's nothing quit like a gorgeous gown that included practical pockets. 36 of 54 Billie Eilish Getty Images In the past, she's managed to stun in sweatsuits, but Eilish went a voluminous, ruffled Gucci gown this time around, while Fred Leighton jewelry completed the look. 37 of 54 Olivia Colman Getty Images Coleman seemed to channel the '70s in her pleated, metallic Dior Haute Couture dress. 38 of 54 Caitroiona Balfe Getty Images The silver straps on Balfe's Louis Vuitton gown coordinated with her jewelry. 39 of 54 Jessie Buckley Getty Images The Lost Daughter actress celebrated the night in a champagne colored Erdem gown. 40 of 54 Jennifer Garner Getty Images Garner looked gorgeous in a red column gown by Brandon Maxwell. 41 of 54 Maya Rudolph Getty Images Rudolph looked ready for spring in a breezy, feathered design by Valentino. 42 of 54 Uma Thurman Getty Images Thurman inspired us to rethink formalwear by skipping a voluminous gown in favor of a collared shirt and maxi skirt from Bottega Veneta. 43 of 54 Zoë Kravitz Getty Images Kravitz made an elegant arrival in a pale pink Saint Laurent by Anthony Vaccarello dress. 44 of 54 Megan Thee Stallion Getty Images The rapper showed off a single leg — and the side of her torso! — in a ruffled Gurav Gupta gown. 45 of 54 Ava DuVernay Getty Images DuVernay's navy Louis Vuitton gown was simple, save for the bold embellishments that spread across the shoulders. 46 of 54 Venus Williams Getty Images Williams went with a plunging white Elie Saab gown for the big night, accessorizing with silver cuff bracelets. 47 of 54 Serena Williams Getty Images Serena's Gucci ensemble may have included a pair of lace gloves, but they didn't take away from her massive ring, which she slipped on over them. 48 of 54 Kristen Stewart Getty Images Stewart is no stranger to wearing suits on the red carpet, but those super tiny Chanel shorts will definitely go down in red carpet history. 49 of 54 Tiffany Haddish Getty Images The comedian gave us barbie vibes in this bedazzled green Dolce & Gabbana gown. 50 of 54 Jake Gyllenhaal Getty Images Gyllenhaal looked dapper in a Givenchy suit, which included a navy blue jacket. 51 of 54 Elliot Page Getty Images The actor skipped a tie for Oscars night and opted to pair his tux with a black bowtie instead. 52 of 54 Julianne Hough Getty Images Hough brought a burst of color to the carpet with a bright yellow Pamella Roland gown. 53 of 54 Mila Kunis Getty Images Kunis seemed to channel old Hollywood in this satin Zuhair Murad dress, which included extra material that trailed behind her as she walked. 54 of 54 Rachel Zegler Getty Images Although Zegler's invite to the Oscars was delayed, her sheer Dior Haute Dior gown was still one of our favorites from the night.