MEGA’s Best Dressed List at the 96th Academy Awards

MEGA’s Best Dressed List at the 96th Academy Awards


From Zendaya in Armani to Margot Robbie in Versace, find out who else made MEGA’s Best Dressed List for the Oscars 2024

Showstoppers. This is what MEGA’s Best Dressed List is all about. The 2024 Oscars, the biggest and most exciting ceremony for this year’s awards season, is no exception. In theory, it should go all out, in its ever-glamorous reverie. From iconic design recreations to stunning peplum details in their own statements, each woman made their mark with their impeccable style—and they made sure everyone knew it, too. Here’s the inside look into MEGA’s Best Dressed List for the evening.

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Zendaya in Armani and Bvlgari jewels

Zendaya transcends in Armani Privé, donning palm leaves-like patterns that gleam like the ethereal glow of distant galaxies, set against a backdrop of luscious luster pink. With a regal flair, she accessorized with Bvlgari jewels fit for a queen.

Emma Stone

Emma Stone in Louis Vuitton

Emma Stone shines in Louis Vuitton, showcasing the resurgence of peplum with her custom strapless ensemble. The light mint green hue adds a refreshing twist to the trend, and Stone effortlessly pulls off the look with her signature charm. While unconventional, the choice proves to be fitting for the occasion, reminiscent of a character like Bella Baxter in Poor Things herself.

Anya Taylor-Joy

Anya Taylor-Joy in Dior and Tiffany & Co. jewels

Anya Taylor-Joy mesmerized in Dior, paying homage to the iconic 1949 Junon design that had previously captivated audiences when another recreation was worn by Natalie Portman at the previous Cannes Film Festival. With painstaking attention to detail, Taylor-Joy’s ensemble, requiring 3,500 hours of embroidery work, breathed new life into archival pieces. Perhaps it’s time for a trend to recreate such timeless classics, akin to remaking a beloved film. Who knows what innovative ideas the current creatives of a House may bring to fruition in their reinterpretations of these iconic designs?

America Ferrera

America Ferrera in Versace

America Ferrera shines in a radiant pink Versace gown, exuding confidence and charm. Her bold choice to embrace the iconic color bids farewell to the signature hue of the film she represents, and she pulls it off with undeniable poise.

Margot Robbie

Margot Robbie in Versace

Margot Robbie stuns in a Versace creation that diverges from her usual pink attire, opting instead for a sleek black ensemble. While some may speculate on the significance of her departure from pink—perhaps a nod to her non-nomination or simply a desire for change—Robbie exudes confidence and strength in black. Her producer nomination adds to her aura of pride, showcasing her versatility and prowess in the industry.

Lupita Nyong’o

Lupita Nyong’o in Armani and De Beers jewels

Lupita Nyong’o dons an icy blue ensemble with a sleek silhouette adorned in crystals, accented by a touch of feathers at the waist that cascades into a feathery peplum. Paired with dazzling De Beers diamonds, her floor-length gown creates a captivating effect as it gracefully sweeps the floor—and makes her part of the list. 

Carey Mulligan

Carey Mulligan in Balenciaga and Fred Leighton jewels

Carey Mulligan channels operatic grace in a sumptuous velvety gown by Balenciaga. If the gown may look familiar, it’s because it’s a close copy of the classic Flamenco dress designed by Balenciaga in 1951. It boasts a mesmerizing mermaid silhouette that captivates with its sculpted hem and voluminous white tulle underskirt. Paired with classic opera gloves, her ensemble exudes a refined sophistication fit for a leading Maestro.

Greta Lee

Greta Lee in Loewe

Greta Lee embodies the essence of a Loewe muse: a blend of sarcastic wit and ethereal sophistication that demands a second glance. Her magnetic presence pulsates with a powerful energy, mirroring the Loewe brand itself. Like Loewe’s creations, she looks magnificent in her ensemble. 

Florence Pugh

Florence Pugh in Del Core and Bvlgari necklace

Florence Pugh makes her entrance in a Del Core gown with an embellished corset structure and peplum details, as she paired it with a Bulgari Serpenti necklace. Her presence exuded confidence and gave way to an atomic silver look.

Michelle Yeoh

Michelle Yeoh in Balenciaga

She’s shimmering everything everywhere all at once in Balenciaga. Adorned with delicate sequins that catch the light like stars, the gown drapes gracefully over her form, accented with the off-shoulder silhouette. Paired with sleek black opera gloves, her ensemble evokes sophistication unlike any other. 

MEGA’s Best Dressed List at the 2024 Oscars celebrates the fashion moments that illuminated the most prestigious red carpet in Hollywood, showcasing the ingenuity and style of the industry’s elite. From Emma Stone’s mint green charm to Carey Mulligan’s operatic elegance, these women exude confidence in their acting prowess, their talent transcending the ordinary and recognizing their illustrious work. As icons in both style and acting, they set the stage for future sartorial triumphs.


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