Here are the best looks from the 2017 Oscars red carpet

Best looks oscars red carpet 2017Getty/Frazer HarrisonTaraji P. Henson, Riz Ahmed, Auli’i Cravalho, and Mahershala Ali at the 2017 Oscars.

The Oscars are a big deal for Hollywood’s actors and artists — but they’re a big night for fashion, too. Dozens of stars walked the red carpet decked out in gowns, tuxes, and jewels, but only a few rose to the top of the pack.

Here are the 26 best looks from the 89th Academy Awards.

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Hailee Steinfeld chose a flowy Ralph & Russo couture gown.

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Source: The Hollywood Reporter

Emma Roberts' vintage Armani Prive gown balanced a daring neckline with delicate lace.

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Source: The Hollywood Reporter

Michelle Williams' Louis Vuitton gown was similar, but a bit more understated.

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Source: Oscar.com

The adorable Sunny Pawar looked grown-up in his tiny tuxedo. And nothing looks better than a giant smile!

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16-year-old Auli'i Cravalho voiced the main character in Disney's 'Moana.' Her white dress featured intricate gold details.

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Ruth Negga (best actress nominee for 'Loving') looked long, lean, and elegant in custom Valentino.

Supermodel Chrissy Teigen showed off lots of leg in her Zuhair Murad gown.

Riz Ahmed skipped traditional black in favour of a deep blue Zegna suit.

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Source: Oscar.com

'Hidden Figures' star Taraji P. Henson rocked a custom Alberta Ferretti number. Lots of stars wore velvet on the red carpet, but Henson wore it best.

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Source: The Hollywood Reporter

Broadway star Cynthia Erivo opted for a Paolo Sebastian gown with eye-popping embroidery.

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Source: Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Kirsten Dunst was striking in this black Christian Dior Haute Couture gown.

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Source: Oscar.com

Director Ava Duvernay's looked regal in this grey dress from Ashi Studio.

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Duvernay used the gown to make a statement against President Trump's immigration ban.

Janelle MonĂ¡e's intricately beaded Elie Saab Couture dress was the most memorable of the night.

'Moonlight' screenwriter Tarell Alvin McCraney looked cool and crisp in all white.

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Best supporting actress nominee Octavia Spencer (of 'Hidden Figures') shone in this Marchesa frock.

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Source: Oscar.com

Nicole Kidman's red lips popped next to her pale Armani Prive gown.

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Source: Oscar.com

Best supporting actress winner Viola Davis chose a sleek, simple dress from Armani Prive.

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Source: Oscar.com

'Star Trek' actor John Cho posed on the carpet with wife Kerri Higuchi. Her strapless floral gown was chic and feminine.

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Best actress nominee Emma Stone oozed old Hollywood glamour. Her Givenchy Haute Couture gown had layers of golden fringe.

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She also had a Planned Parenthood pin on her dress.

Source: The Hollywood Reporter; TIME

Best supporting actor winner Mahershala Ali is one of the few men who chose an all-black ensemble.

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With his statue for 'Moonlight,' Ali became the first Muslim actor to win an Oscar.

'Quantico' actress Priyanka Chopra chose a Ralph & Russo gown with a bold, structured neckline.

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Source: Oscar.com

Brie Larson's Oscar de la Renta gown married a classic silhouette with dramatic ruffles.

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Souce: Oscar.com

'Hidden Figures' actor Aldis Hodge chose a jacket with shiny lapels and accessorized with a chain.

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Blue tuxes were a big trend for men. Chris Evans of 'Captain America: Civil War' was one of the stars who took part.

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And last but not least, former Miss USA Olivia Culpo accented her Marchesa gown with a delicate black ribbon.

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Source: E!

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