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SEE IT: The 35 Most Iconic Oscar Dresses of All Time
Since handing out its first prize in 1929, the Academy Awards has transformed from an event honoring the best in film to a star-studded spectacle of style. READ: The Most Talked-About Acceptance Speeches in Oscar History This year’s Oscars will take place on Sunday, February 28th, and while the world will be anticipating whether Leonardo DiCaprio will finally get his Oscar, many of us will also be eyeing the red carpet, scoping out the biggest hits and misses in fashion. Hollywood’s finest will aim to deliver the usual glitz and glamour, but if history is any indication, other celebs will choose to make bold statements in more questionable ensembles. (And we're talking about "girl, you should fire your stylist" questionable.) READ: And The Award for Most Awkward Oscar Moment Goes To... Don’t believe us? Check out the 35 of the most iconic Oscar dresses of all time:
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Jennifer Lopez

Year: 2015 Designer: Elie Saab
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Lupita Nyong'o

Year: 2015 Designer: Calvin Klein
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Rooney Mara

Year: 2012 Designer: Givenchy
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Gwyneth Paltrow

Year: 2012 Designer: Tom Ford
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Angelina Jolie

Year: 2012 Designer: Versace
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Natalie Portman

Year: 2011 Designer: Rodarte
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Mila Kunis

Year: 2011 Designer: Elie Saab
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Demi Moore

Year: 2010 Designer: Versace
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Sandra Bullock

Year: 2010 Designer: Marchesa
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Zoe Saldana

Year: 2010 Designer: Givenchy
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Cameron Diaz

Year: 2010 Designer: Oscar De La Renta
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Anne Hathaway

Year: 2009 Designer: Armani
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Scarlett Johansson

Year: 2015 Designer: Versace
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Marion Cotillard

Year: 2008 Designer: Jean-Paul Gaultier
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Penelope Cruz

Year: 2007 Designer: Versace
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Reese Witherspoon

Year: 2006 Designer: Dior
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Michelle Williams

Year: 2006 Designer: Vera Wang
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Beyonce

Year: 2005 Designer: Versace
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Hilary Swank

Year: 2005 Designer: Guy Laroche
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Nicole Kidman

Year: 2004 Designer: Chanel
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Angelina Jolie

Year: 2004 Designer: Marc Bouwer
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Charlize Theron

Year: 2004 Designer: Tom Ford for Gucci
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Halle Berry

Year: 2002 Designer: Elie Saab
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Kate Hudson

Year: 2014 Designer: Versace
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Renee Zellweger

Year: 2001 Designer: Vintage Jean Desses
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Julia Roberts

Year: 2001 Designer: Vintage Valentino
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Bjork

Year: 2001 Designer: Marjan Pejoski
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Gwyneth Paltrow

Year: 1999 Designer: Ralph Lauren
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Nicole Kidman

Year: 1997 Designer: John Galliano for Christian Dior
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Lupita Nyong'o

Year: 2014 Designer: Prada
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Charlize Theron

Year: 2013 Designer: Dior
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Amy Adams

Year: 2013 Designer: Oscar De La Renta
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Jennifer Aniston

Year: 2013 Designer: Valentino
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Jennifer Lawrence

Year: 2013 Designer: Dior
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Jessica Chastain

Year: 2013 Designer: Armani
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SEE IT: The 35 Most Iconic Oscar Dresses of All Time

Since handing out its first prize in 1929, the Academy Awards has transformed from an event honoring the best in film to a star-studded spectacle of style. READ: The Most Talked-About Acceptance Speeches in Oscar History This year’s Oscars will take place on Sunday, February 28th, and while the world will be anticipating whether Leonardo DiCaprio will finally get his Oscar, many of us will also be eyeing the red carpet, scoping out the biggest hits and misses in fashion. Hollywood’s finest will aim to deliver the usual glitz and glamour, but if history is any indication, other celebs will choose to make bold statements in more questionable ensembles. (And we're talking about "girl, you should fire your stylist" questionable.) READ: And The Award for Most Awkward Oscar Moment Goes To... Don’t believe us? Check out the 35 of the most iconic Oscar dresses of all time:

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