Hollywood's leading ladies graced the world stage as they showed off their gorgeous clothes at the Oscars. Many wore eye-catching red or other bright colors, but with draping or otherwise simple cuts. See the most stunning stars at this year's Oscars.
French actress Marion Cotillard wore a gorgeous silver halter style by Jean-Paul Gaultier, with flower detail on the bust and a skirt reminiscent of a mermaid.
Penelope Cruz turned heads as she hit the red carpet in this midnight-hued, haute couture Chanel gown accentuated with a 25-carat ruby and diamond earrings, 26-carat diamond bracelet, and a 6-carat marquise cut diamond ring from jeweler Chopard.
Heidi Klum looked absolutely stunning in a red silk tafetta bustier gown with drape detail by John Galliano. The dress will be auctioned off to raise funds for the Red Dress Campaign for Heart Truth.
Jennifer Garner sizzles in a black silk tafetta Oscar de la Renta fishtail gown and Van Cleef & Arpels jewelry.
Cameron Diaz in a pale pink Dior by John Galliano bustier gown with drape details and Bulgari jewels.
Nicole Kidman in a Balenciaga dress accented with 1,399-carat diamond necklace by L'Wren Scott.
Kelly Preston rocked the red carpet in the figure-hugging orange/yellow Roberto Cavalli gown.
Anne Hathaway is a modern goddess in her flowered and draped red Marchesa gown and Harry Winston diamonds.
Renee Zelwegger goes for the silver in her hand-embroidered Carolina Herrera gown and Cartier jewels.
Katherine Heigl is simply stunning in her crimson silk georgette Escada column gown and Jimmy Choo shoes.
Jessica Alba glows in a plum strapless Marchesa gown accented with feathers and draped empire waistline..
Hilary Swank shows off her award-worthy physique in a clinging Atelier Versace black gown, Chopard jewelry, and Ferragamo clutch.
Keri Russell in a strapless champagne organza bustier evening dress by Nina Ricci and a 46-carat diamond necklace by H. Stern.
Miley Cyrus in scarlet Valentino chiffon gown with bow detail and a bronze lizard clutch with Swarovski crystals by Mary Norton.