All About the Oscars Red Carpet 2015

Lupita Nyong'o, Rosamund Pike, Miles Teller and more walk the red carpet

Rosamund Pike
The actress finally hits a red carpet home run in Givenchy haute couture (Photo: Getty).
David Oyelowo
It's great to see a colorful Dolce & Gabbana tux on the Oscars red carpet (Photo: Getty)
Behati Prinsloo and Adam Levine
Marion Cotillard
The French actress sticks to what works, which for her is Christian Dior haute couture (Photo: Getty).
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Laura Dern
The actress wears Alberta Ferretti (Photo: Getty).
Ethan Hawke
The Best Supporting Actor nominee wears Prada (Photo: Getty).
Anna Kendrick
The "Into the Woods" actress keeps building her fashion cred in Thakoon (Photo: Getty).
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Dakota Johnson
Currently making a splash in "Fifty Shades of Grey," Ms. Johnson keeps it simple in Saint Laurent (Photo: Getty).
Lupita Nyong'o
Although she wasn't a nominee this year, Ms. Nyong'o is a strong contender for best red carpet look, as usual. She wears custom Calvin Klein (Photo: Getty).
Sienna Miller
The "American Sniper" actress wears Oscar de la Renta (Photo: Getty).
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Miles Teller and Keleigh Sperry
The "Whiplash" actor wears Prada (Photo: Getty).
Felicity Johnson
The "Theory of Everything" actress and nominee wears Alexander McQueen (Photo: Getty).
Margot Robbie
The actress goes goth in Saint Laurent (Photo: Getty).
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Reese Witherspoon
In Tom Ford, Ms. Witherspoon sticks with the classic, American style that has always served her well (Photo: Getty).
Lady Gaga
Lady Gaga nails both of the night's top colors, red and white, in Azzedine Alaia (Photo: Getty).
Gwyneth Paltrow
Ms. Paltrow wears a one-sleeved Ralph and Russo dress (Photo: Getty).
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Keira Knightley
The "Imitation Game" actress sticks to her signature whimsical style, but departs from her usual Chanel in favor of Valentino (Photo: Getty).
Jessica Chastain
The actress keeps the leg-slit trending with a Givenchy number (Photo: Getty).
Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan Tatum
He wears Dolce & Gabbana while she's in Zuhair Murad (Photo: Getty).
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Naomi Watts
The actress takes the popular, casual bandeau bra look out on the town in Armani (Photo: Getty).
Octavia Spencer
The Oscar winner wears Tadashi Shoji (Photo: Getty).
Zoe Saldana
Ms. Saldana wears Versace (Photo: Getty).
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Meryl Streep
The nominee and de facto queen of Hollywood wears Lanvin (Photo: Getty).
Ava DuVernay
The director wears Prada (Photo: Getty).
Chris Pratt
The studly actor wears Tom Ford (Photo: Getty).
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Jennifer Aniston
The nominee and former "Friend" keeps things sexy in Versace (Photo: Getty).

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Although actresses are reportedly staging a mini-revolt against the red carpet, they still have to get into the 2015 Academy Awards somehow. And apparently, they just can’t keep from striking a pose on the way.

Red and white appear to be the most popular colors for dresses—and red even popped up on a man, thanks to David Oyelowo in Dolce & Gabbana.

Click through our slideshow to take in all of the red carpet looks as they come.

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