Oscars 2013: Fashion Trends
Pastel Tones: Amanda Seyfried
The Les Miserables star feted her film's multiple nominations in Alexander McQueen's floral halter dress.
Pastel Tones: Anne Hathaway
Anne Hathaway took home the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress in Prada's open-backed pink column, frosted at the neckline with Tiffany & Co. jewels.
Pastel Tones: Jennifer Lawrence
The Best Actress nominee-and the face of Miss Dior-stayed faithful to her favorite, wearing Dior Haute Couture in a pale blush.
Sparkling Metallics: Naomi Watts
The Impossible actress sashayed down the carpet, with partner Liev Schreiber in hand, in Armani Privé's shimmering one-sleeved gown.
Sparkling Metallics: Nicole Kidman
The previous Oscar winner stunned in L’Wren Scott's liquid gown with its molten neckline and swirling designs at the hem.
Sparkling Metallics: Halle Berry
Halle Berry went retro in an Art Deco-inspired Versace column with sequined stripes.
Dark Blues: Reese Witherspoon
Reese Witherspoon kicked off the night's blue trend in a deep blue Louis Vuitton design topped with a black bow.
Dark Blues: Helen Hunt
The Best Supporting Actress nominee worked H&M's navy dress with seven karats worth of Martin Katz jewels sewn onto its back.
Dark Blues: Jennifer Hudson
Jennifer Hudson-who performed during the Oscars' movie musical tribute-walked the red carpet in a slitted aquamarine Roberto Cavalli dress.
Winter Frosts: Charlize Theron
No white before Memorial Day? Not for Charlize Theron! The actress walked the carpet in a snowy Dior Haute Couture gown.
Winter Frosts: Kristen Stewart
The Twilight actress presented the Oscar for Best Production Design in Reem Acra's gardenia design.
Winter Frosts: Zoe Saldana
Zoe Saldana's Alexis Mabille pale column boasted a touch of color with its layered skirt in shades of gray (though not quite 50).
Ravishing Reds: Jennifer Aniston
The Oscar presenter walked the red carpet-with fiance Justin Theroux by her side-in a red Valentino dress.
Ravishing Reds: Sally Field
The night's Mrs. Abraham Lincoln also wore a peekaboo Valentino in the brand's signature shade.
Ravishing Reds: Kerry Washington
The Django Unchained actress wore Miu Miu's blood orange column with an embellished crystal bodice to awards.