Highlights and Best Fashion Moments from the 96th Academy Awards

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The 94th Oscars illuminated Hollywood last night from the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles, not merely with its awards but also through a dazzling display of fashion. MOJEH curates a selection of the evening’s sartorial highlights and special moments of the night.


Oppenheimer cast a long shadow over the evening, clinching an impressive 13 nominations and walking away with five accolades, including Best Picture, Best Supporting Actor for Robert Downey Jr., Best Leading Actor for Cillian Murphy, and Best Director for Christopher Nolan. Amidst the glitter and glamour, “Poor Things” shone brightly, securing four victories, highlighted by Emma Stone’s triumph as Best Actress. However, her moment of glory was tinged with an unexpected twist — her elegant Louis Vuitton attire succumbed to the evening’s excitement, giving way as she gracefully made her way to the stage. In a turn of events that left many in dismay, “Killers of the Flower Moon” did not take any golden statues home.

Da’Vine Joy Randolph, awarded Best Actress in a Supporting Role, and Emma Stone, honoured as Best Actress in a Leading Role, both graced the event in exquisite Louis Vuitton ensembles. Image courtesy of Louis Vuitton.


In the midst of a stiff competition, the nominations for acting were a veritable roll call of Hollywood’s finest, spanning the talents of Lily Gladstone to Bradley Cooper, each delivering top-tier performances and showcasing their impeccable fashion sense. Another favourite of the night, “Barbie” did not go home empty handed, securing Best Song with “What Was I Made For?” by Billie Eilish and Finneas.

HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA – MARCH 10: Billie Eilish, wearing Chanel, winner of the Best Original Song award for ‘What Was I Made For?’ from “Barbie”, during the 96th Annual Academy Awards (Photo by Arturo Holmes/Getty Images)

Godzilla Minus One’ clinched Best Visual Effects, while Robert Downey Jr. was honoured with Best Supporting Actor. ‘The Zone of Interest’ took home the award for Best International Feature. ‘Poor Things’ stood out in the design categories, winning Best Costume Design, Best Production Design, and Best Hair and Makeup. ‘American Fiction‘ was recognised for its storytelling with the Best Adapted Screenplay award.

Although some fan favourites didn’t claim any wins the evening’s array of stunning outfits ensured the spectacle remained thoroughly engaging. See some of our favorite look below and find the full list of winners here.


Featured above, Emily Blunt radiates elegance in Schiaparelli Haute Couture paired with Tiffany & Co. jewels. By her side, John Krasinski complements her ensemble with a matching white attire.


America Ferrera stunned in a sleek pink Versace gown



Margot Robbie,  A.K.A. ‘real-life Barbie’, exchanged her signature pink ensembles for a corseted black Versace dress..

Carey Mulligan in custom Balenciaga.

Other highlights included Zendaya in Armani Prive, Carey Mulligan in custom Balenciaga modeled after an original Cristóbal Balenciaga Mermaid dress from 1951, and Anya Taylor-Joy in a Dior ensemble inspired by the “Junon” dress. Florence Pugh made a statement in Del Core, proving once again that the Oscars are as much the art of cinema as fashion.

Zendaya wearing Armani Privé.

Ariana Grande made a bold choice with a dramatically voluminous bubblegum pink ensemble by Giambattista Valli, giving off the whimsical vibe of having stylishly repurposed her duvet for the occasion.

JLaw who is a Dior ambassador went with an underwhelming polka-dolt dress by the French house.


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Jonathan Anderson’s Loewe made a strong showing this awards season with Greta Lee wearing this stunning number on the red carpet


Anya Taylor-Joy in Dior (Photo by Gilbert Flores/Variety via Getty Images)


Oscar nominee for best actress in a leading role Sandra Huller looks stunning in Schiaparelli Couture.



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How much did we love Ryan Gosling’s stellar performance at the Oscars? Definitely one of the best moments of the night. Both “Ken” and Mark Ronson wore custom Gucci on the stage to perform live ‘I’m Just Ken,’ nominated for Music (Original Song) from the film ‘Barbie.’

Gladstone, the first Native American Best Actress nominee for “Killers of the Flower Moon,” spoke at the Oscars 2024. Adorned in a bespoke Gucci gown by Sabato De Sarno and Ironhorse Quillwork’s Joe Big Mountain and Sunshine, she showcased her Siksikaitsitapi and Nimíipuu roots on the red carpet.