Oscars Red Carpet 2024: All the Best Fashion, Outfits & Looks

The 2024 Oscars are here!!!! And you know what that means? Another red-carpet fashion show is happening as we speak. Already I feel inspired, delighted and distracted from my daily woes. We really are just like crows looking at shiny, pretty things, hey? Because honestly, although the Academy Awards are supposed to be a night where Hollywood’s finest can celebrate their achievement in film, for many of us, what they rock up wearing is the best bit. Sorry, I’m just being honest.

The Oscars 2024 kicks off on March 10 in the US — that’s Monday the 11th for us here in Australia. The red carpet officially kicks off at 7am AEST with the awards ceremony from 10am AEST on Channel 7 and 7Plus.

But for now, please join me as I discuss all the looks that hit the red carpet in real-time.

Oscars 2024 Red Carpet: The good… and the bad

Ryan Gosling

That’s my Ken. Photo: Getty.

Ryan Gosling brought Kenergy to the 2024 Oscars. A little sparkle? A slutty little open shirt? That head cock?!?!?! King of leaning in, tbqh.


Zendaya is making me want to cut a bob. Photo: Getty.

Zendaya never misses. While this Armani Privé look isn’t her most dramatic to date (see: her Dune: Part 2 press tour looks), but I like that she went a little more understated given she’s not actually up for an award .

Da’Vine Joy Randolph

10/10. Photo: Getty.

Da’Vine Joy Randolph is an absolute vision. Ate and left not a single crumb. This pale blue Louis Vuitton gown is giving me old Hollywood glam, and tbh, could be reworked for this year’s Met Gala in a jiffy.

Lily Gladstone

Perfection, 10/10. Photo: Getty.

Lily Gladstone deserves the world!! The Killers of the Flower Moon star wore a gown designed by Gucci creative director Sabato De Sarno and Mohawk, Cree, and Comanche artist Joe Big Mountain, who assembled a team of Indigenous artists to create the 216 individual quilted petals on the velvet cape. Could not love this look more.

Margot Robbie

Margot Robbie, a vision in black!!! Photo: Getty.

Margot Robbie has officially said goodbye to Barbie-core. In what is likely her last ever appearance for Barbie, she went for a black Versace gown instead. Gorgeous. I don’t need to see another hot pink gown for at least 12 months.

Ariana Grande

Honestly Ari is giving God Is A Woman here. Photo: Getty.

Ariana Grande looks like a marshmallow in the best way possible. She looks like an edible cloud. She looks like half-eaten fairy floss. No notes, love it. (The dress is Giambattista Valli, btw.)

Chris Hemsworth and Elsa Pataky

Mum and dad!!! Photo: Getty

Chris Hemsworth and Elsa Pataky saw those ‘marriage-on-the-rocks’ rumours and said “f u, we’re good”. Elsa is giving me a little bit ‘2008 Year 12 formal’ but hey, she’d definitely get Best Dressed.

Jennifer Lawrence

Jennifer Lawrence giving me Julia Roberts in Pretty Woman vibes. Photo: Getty.

I will forever be grateful that Jennifer Lawrence is back in the spotlight, both for the lewks and the viral moments. The No Hard Feelings star is looking elegant but not OTT in custom Dior, and giving me major flashbacks to Julia Robert‘s iconic polkadot moment in Pretty Women.

Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson

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I’ll be honest — this suit is an abomination.

Anya Taylor-Joy

Anya Taylor-Joy never disappoints at award shows but this Dior dress is quite spectacular. According to The Menu star, the gown was inspired by Botticelli‘s famed painting ‘Birth Of Venus’.

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Billie Eilish

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Billie Eilish always brings her own spin to red-carpet fashion. This time around she’s giving school girl meets that one yummy mummy who runs the PTA at the private school in your district who exclusively wears Chanel.

Eugene Lee Yang

Eugene Lee Yang didn’t come to play this Oscars season.

The former Try Guy, filmmaker and actor decided to serve some serious cunt on the red carpet and for that, we thank him. The outfit is tailored beautifully and I love the contrast between the structured jacket and the extravagance of the flowing, red satin skirt. This look is extravagant, powerful and breathtaking.

Eugene Lee Yang at the 96th Annual Oscars held at Ovation Hollywood on March 10, 2024 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Alberto Rodriguez/Variety via Getty Images)

Vanessa Hudgens

I love a red-carpet pregnancy reveal! Instead of announcing her upcoming bundle of joy at the Met Gala like three celebs did last year, Vanessa rocked up to the Oscars red carpet sporting a long-sleeve black dress and a BUMP.

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Jamie Lee Curtis

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Jamie Lee Curtis is proof that glamour and beauty know no age. I’ve always been a fan of a long-sleeve gown but the simplicity of this black dress is working for her.

Brittany Snow

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Aca-scuese me? Who gave Brittany Snow permission to be tastier than a stick of Lurpak butter fresh out of the fridge? Don’t @ me, we’ve all done it once or twice in a depressive episode, give me a break.

Anyway, Brittany is wearing a strapless yellow satin gown in a relaxed mermaid silhouette. With her pale skin and blonde hair, I never would’ve picked this shade for her but she really does look incredible. That, friends, is why you shouldn’t exclusively listen to people on TikTok who go on and on about colour seasons.

Maitreyi Ramakrishnan

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I am screaming over Maitreyi Ramakrishnan‘s timeless look. I love her hair. I love her nose ring. I adore the popped sexy leg. I love the black and white. She DID the damn thing, you know?

Taylor Zakhar Perez

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By wearing a non-black suit, Taylor Zakhar Perez already increased his chances in making it into the multitudes of red-carpet articles like this one. On ya, Taylor!!!

Thankfully, this suit is particularly lovely. I adore the kind of dusty cornflower blue and how structured it is. He’s stunning, the suit is stunning, easy!!!!