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See the Most Stylish Oscar Dress the Year You Were Born



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The first-ever Oscars began in 1929, and almost 100 years later it’s still happening! (Even if the Academy is still snubbing women and diverse nominees, but that’s a whole other issue.) With nine decades worth of red carpets, that means there have been SO many stylish dresses and gowns that have graced them. Here, we’re taking a look back at some of the most stunning, fashion-forward ones for each year dating all the way back to ’29. (Wow, those black-and-white pics are a throwback!) From Lupita Nyong’o to Penelope Cruz and from Audrey Hepburn to Grace Kelly, click through to see the most stylish Oscars dress the year you were born.

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Gemma Chan, 2019

The Crazy Rich Asians star wore a voluminous Valentino dress with a high collar to the red carpet and landed on the best-dressed list. As a bonus, the frock even had pockets!!!

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Viola Davis, 2018

Viola donned a bright pink sequin Michael Kors gown and accessorized with a matching clutch and sparkly hoop earrings in 2018. She won the Best Supporting Actress Oscar the previous year for her emotional performance in Fences, and presented the award for Best Supporting Actor to Sam Rockwell this year.

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Naomie Harris, 2017

The Moonlight star was nominated for Best Supporting Actress this year, and she didn’t play any games on the red carpet. This white sequin Calvin Klein mini was jaw-dropping—especially when paired with her bold yellow heels.

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Cate Blanchett, 2016

Sure, Cate Banchett’s Armani Prive gown might’ve been a little divisive, but we totally stan this gorge aqua hue, feathery details, and Swarovski crystals. It was clearly a winning look since she picked up the Best Actress Award for her work in Carol.

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Zendaya, 2015

She absolutely glowed in this neutral off-the-shoulder Vivienne Westwood dress. She wore her hair in locs, which stirred up some controversial remarks from Giuliana Rancic. Zendaya then posted a powerful statement about the hairstyle on her Instagram, and Rancic later apologized for her insensitive comments.

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Lupita Nyong’o, 2014

Lupita blew everyone away with her performance in 12 Years a Slave—she picked up the Best Supporting Actress award this evening. Her Prada gown was definitely the most stylish on the red carpet, thanks to its simple silhouette, subtle shimmer, and dramatic train.

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Zoe Saldana, 2013

This couture Alexis Mabille gown seemed like it had a lot going on—The floral appliques! The belted waist! The ombre train!—but because of the neutral colors and sleek design, it was the most stylish of the night. This same year she appeared in Star Trek Into Darkness.

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Emma Stone, 2012

This fuchsia Giambattista Valli gown featuring a cinched waist and dramatic pussybow was such a stunner in 2012. She presented the award for Best Visual Effects with Ben Stiller later on stage.

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Jennifer Lawrence, 2011

Fresh off her breakout role in Winter’s Bone, JLaw looked so chic on the red carpet in this simple Calvin Klein gown and tousled hair. She received her first Best Actress nomination this year.

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Sandra Bullock, 2010

The actress shined in this mermaid gown paired with sleek, straight hair and a bright red lip. She won her long-awaited Oscar for Best Actress in The Blind Side that night.

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Taraji P. Henson, 2009

Taraji made an unforgettable Oscar debut in a strapless Roberto Cavalli number, short bob and dazzling necklace. She received her first Best Supporting Actress nomination for The Curious Case of Benjamin Button.

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Marion Cotillard, 2008

Marion wore a mermaid dress to the red carpet in the most literal sense. She looked radiant in this Jean Paul Gaultier gown that featured a golden scale-like pattern. She grew to international fame that year after her breakout role as Édith Piaf in La Vie en Rose, which earned her the Best Actress award.

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Penelope Cruz, 2007

The actress brought major volume to the red carpet in a blush pink Versace gown with a ruffled train and tight-fitting bodice. She finished off the look with a sleek bun, statement stud earrings, and a small clutch.

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Reese Witherspoon, 2006

Reese won the fashion game (and an Oscar for Best Actress!) when she showed up in this lovely Dior dumber with beaded embellishments and a low-cut neckline. She won the award later that night for her performance in Walk the Line.

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Hilary Swank, 2005

Who could ever forget this daring Guy Laroche dress? The actress nailed her over-the-shoulder poses on the red carpet that night to emphasize the backless number. She also picked up the Best Actress Oscar for her role in Million Dollar Baby.

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Angelina Jolie, 2004

Angie stunned in this silky cream-colored halter dress, and let’s be real: Only she could make a coordinating shawl THIS glam. She definitely channeled old Hollywood style in this classic look.

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Jennifer Lopez, 2003

J. Lo killed the red carpet in this mint green one-shoulder Valentino dress with beading at the hem. She attended the awards with her then boyfriend Ben Affleck. (#TBT to Gigli.)

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Halle Berry, 2002

You can’t think of the 2002 Academy Awards without also envisioning this Elie Saab dress on Halle Berry. It remains one of the actress’s most iconic looks of all time thanks to the completely see-through bodice and the strategically-placed floral embroidery.

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Julia Roberts, 2001

The actress was all elegance in this vintage black-and-white Valentino dress and pinned-up ‘do. Her stellar performance in Erin Brockovich earned her the Best Actress award for the night.

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Salma Hayek, 2000

Salma brought early-aughts glam to the ceremony in a plunging lilac halter dress and matching shawl. She presented the Academy Award for Technical Achievement later that night.

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Celine Dion, 1999

One word: UNFORGETTABLE. Celine knew how to be the talk of the red carpet that year when she wore the blazer on her all-white Dior suit backwards, and accessorized with a pointed hat and sunglasses (note: the ceremony was held in the evening). She performed along side Andrea Bocelli at the ceremony.

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Sharon Stone, 1998

Sharon is not here to follow standard red-carpet rules. The actress wore a satin Vera Wang skirt combined with a white button-down shirt from the Gap. This isn’t the first time she sported a high-low look on the red carpet though. Her 1996 Oscar outfit literally included a black Gap turtleneck.

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Nicole Kidman, 1997

Leave it to Nicole Kidman to upstage then husband Tom Cruise in a silky chartreuse John Galliano Dior dress paired with an adorable mini bag. So on trend!

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Elizabeth Shue, 1996

This Best Actress nominee dazzled in a sultry white column and accessorized with a diamond necklace on the red carpet.

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Oprah, 1995

Oprah sported this monochrome ensemble and ogle-worthy diamonds the same year she was named the richest woman in entertainment. Honestly, goals.

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Sharon Stone, 1994

The dramatic veil and whimsical brooch only made this sheer number more memorable. Sharon went to present the award for Best Costume Design later that night.

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Cindy Crawford, 1993

The model’s skin-tight bandage dress accentuated her figure as she graced the red carpet with then-husband Richard Gere, who was a presenter that evening.

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Demi Moore, 1992

Demi left the red carpet ablaze in this low-cut lilac dress with matching shawl and gloves. She co-starred in A Few Good Men, which was nominated for Best Picture that year.

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Madonna, 1991

The singer channeled Marilyn Monroe in this Bob Mackie gown and a cluster of Harry Winston accessories. She also sung a sultry performance of her song “Sooner or Later” at the ceremony.

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Michelle Pfeiffer, 1990

Michelle’s navy blue gown, pearls and (inexplicable) flowers in hand were a vision of grace. She rocked the Oscar’s that year with a nomination for Best Actress in The Fabulous Baker Boys.

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Meet Joe Biden’s Grandchildren, Beau and Hunter Biden’s Children



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President-elect Joe Biden’s children have made headlines plenty of times in recent years, especially after his son, Hunter, ended up in the middle of President Donald Trump’s first impeachment trial and with a paternity scandal of his own. Hunter’s older brother, Beau, the former attorney general of Delaware, passed away in late May of 2015 from brain cancer. Barack Obama delivered a eulogy at his funeral.

The Biden family are no strangers to tragedy and grief. Joe’s daughter, Naomi, and his first wife, Neilia, died in a car crash in 1971. Biden later went on to marry Jill Jacobs (now known as Dr. Jill Biden), with whom he shares a daughter named Ashley.

While we will surely see a lot of Biden’s kids throughout his administration, there are some other members of the family tree worth watching out for, too. His six grandchildren, who were all featured in this Vogue profile on their grandmother in March, range in age from newborn to 26 years old. Some have shown up in news stories and at campaign rallies, but for the most part, you can find them on Naomi Biden’s Instagram account. The oldest of the grandchildren has posted several heartwarming cousin moments on her account, which prove that this group, who’ve spent their lives in the public spotlight, is tight.

In an interview with Jimmy Kimmel last March, Biden told the late-night host that during quarantine he socially distanced with Natalie and Hunter, Beau’s children who live near him in Delaware.

“They walk over through the woods and through a neighborhood, and they sit out in the backyard in two chairs, and I sit up in the porch, and we have our conversations, because I’m not allowed to go hug them. I miss it.”

Meet the Biden grandchildren.

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Naomi is the oldest Biden grandchild and was born in December 1993. She is the daughter of Joe’s son Hunter and his first wife, Kathleen. She is named after Hunter and Beau’s sister, Naomi Christina, who was killed in a car crash with her mother, Neilia, in November 1971. She’s the only Biden grandchild who has a public Instagram account, where she posts cute family snaps like this one, with her cousin, Natalie (16). She got her undergraduate degree from the University of Pennsylvania and graduated in 2016 in the same class as Tiffany Trump. Naomi studied international relations in college and graduated Columbia Law School in May during a virtual ceremony where her grandfather was a guest speaker. She’s dating Peter Neal, who’s a student at University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School. Together, Naomi and Neal made a website that helps Americans learn how to gain access to their stimulus money during the COVID-19 pandemic. She’s also a supporter of her grandfather’s bromance with Barack Obama.

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Naomi can also be found providing colorful commentary on Twitter. “tweets permanently pending approval,” her bio reads, jokingly addressing the spotlight on her social media. As a member of a high-profile political family, her tweets do offer insight into the Bidens’ daily lives. On Oct. 31, she shared that the family was listening to “The Man” by the Killers. During the Oct. 22 debate, Naomi tweeted, “my pop is making the same faces as when I make him watch reality tv.” And on Oct. 30, she retweeted Trump’s assertion that he’s “Way ahead in Texas!” writing, “narrator: he was not way ahead in Texas.”

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When Biden’s victory in the presidential election was announced, Naomi captured an intimate hug with her family, including Joe. “11.07.20,” she captioned the snap.

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Finnegan Biden

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Finnegan is the second daughter of Hunter Biden and his first wife, Kathleen. She was born in 2000 and named after Joe’s mother, Jean Finnegan. She was photographed at the White House during her grandfather’s term as vice president but first came into wide public attention when she attended Joe Biden’s rally last year at Clarke University in Dubuque, Iowa. Finnegan is now a junior at UPenn.

Maisy Biden

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Maisy is Naomi and Finnegan’s youngest sister. She was born in 2001, and she’s the same age as Sasha Obama. Joe told The Hill in 2019 that his family and the Obamas had a joint graduation party for Maisy and Sasha when they graduated Sidwell Friends School in Washington, D.C., where Maisy played lacrosse, soccer, and basketball. “Her best friend is Sasha Obama. Barack and Jill and the whole family, we had a whole get together,” Biden told a crowd in Davenport, Iowa.

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He skipped the Iowa Democrats Hall of Fame dinner last June to attend Maisy’s graduation and celebrate his daughter Ashley’s birthday. “One of my competitors criticized me for not going to Iowa to talk for five minutes,” he said. “My granddaughter was graduating. It was my daughter’s birthday. I would skip inauguration for that.”

Maisy also maintains an active presence on TikTok, regularly sharing content with her more than 145K followers. In November, she posted a rare video of herself doing artwork with her father, Hunter.

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Natalie Biden

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Natalie is the oldest child of the late Joseph Robinette ‘Beau’ Biden III and his wife, Hallie. She is 16 years old and was featured in a clip introducing Dr. Jill Biden’s speech at the DNC on Tuesday night. “I would say she’s not your average grandmother,” she said of her grandma, per Today. “She’s a prankster, she’s very mischievous. When she goes on a run, sometimes she’ll find like a dead snake and she’ll pick it up and put it in a bag and she’ll use it to scare someone.”

Robert ‘Hunter’ Biden

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Beau Biden’s second child goes by Hunter and was born in 2006, making him 14 years old. He’s named after his uncle and seems quite content to be surrounded by the many women in his cousin lineup.

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Joe Biden’s son Hunter previously dated his brother’s widow, Hallie Biden, following Beau’s death, but reports of their split surfaced in May 2019. He reportedly tied the knot with South Africa native Melissa Cohen that same month, six days after they met. They welcomed a baby last March. Cohen’s brother told the New York Post that the baby is a
“beautiful and healthy baby boy.” The couple was spotted on a hike in Los Angeles with their newborn in June.

Hunter also welcomed a child in 2018 with Lunden Alexis Roberts. Although he initially denied being the father of Roberts’ baby, a paternity case found that he is the “biological and legal father.”

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André Leon Talley Is the New Face of Ugg



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Under normal circumstances, asking the question, “How are you?” would likely render a habitual response. “Fine.” But as 2020—and the first few weeks of 2021—proved, there’s nothing normal about the current state of the world. Posing the same question to the famed fashion editor and author of The Chiffon Trenches: A Memoir, André Leon Talley takes me on a roller coaster of emotions that perfectly captures what we’re all feeling.

“Awful,” he starts, referring to the violent insurrection that took place at the U.S Capitol just five days before our conversation. Then comes the high points: He’s “optimistic” about the new administration. “What gives me hope for the future is President-elect Joe Bide and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris. In with the new administration and out with an old, monstrous, fascist one,” he says. Talley’s also excited about what Bridgerton adds to diversity in television. “Shonda Rhimes, a Black woman, has redefined TV British costume drama, and brilliantly.” But most of all, Talley is feeling the love.

The legendary creative director is the newest star of Ugg’s ongoing FEEL campaign series, which spotlights the inspiring stories of icons from various industries. An icon in his own right for his decades-spanning career and impact in fashion, it might come as a surprise that Talley has been a longtime fan of the comfy footwear brand. Talley previously made headlines for pairing high fashion looks with Ugg boots while sitting front row at fashion week, and even stated that the brand is “as chic as heels for women.”

In the campaign, Talley takes us to his humble abode in White Plains, NY where he poses in the Ugg Neumel boot in one photo, and the Tasman slippers in another—with appearances from his signature fire red Norma Kamali sleeping bag coat and trademark cape. Tucked away inside his living room, Talley talks about his relationship with Ugg, his trademark uniform, and what being Black in fashion means today.

As someone who is always in an elaborate cape or coat, you’re like the poster child for coziness.

Cozy gives you security. Cozy affords you to be comfortable enough to project your best self to the world.

Is that why you chose the Norma Kamali sleeping bag coat for the campaign?

Of course. I have three red Norma Kamali coats. It basically serves as hugs for comfort. You can go out in a blizzard and you’ll be very, very warm in them. It’s oversized. It gives me a sense of being cocooned in a blanket. It’s a blanket that is thermally warm and light. It doesn’t weigh 10 pounds on your body.

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How do you build your outfits? Coat first, everything else after?

The base is my coat and my boots and I build it around that. I don’t have to think about my clothes, I have a uniform. I have shirts made in North Africa, I wear them every day. My accessories are beautiful hats, mostly bought in London at Lock & Co. There’s a special caftan made for me by Tom Ford, and Gucci, and a lady in Nigeria who makes very beautiful caftans. Her name is Patience Torlowei. She makes me beautiful caftans, embroidered, special pieces, but I wear the same thing almost every day.

What’s your earliest memory of Ugg footwear?

My earliest memory of Uggs is probably about ten years ago. When they first came out with something for men, it was the slip-on boots, and I loved it. I had mine monogrammed, and they were just the boots that I went to because I’m at fashion week, running around, and they provided comfort. Listen, I have the most beautiful shoes in the world. I’ve got Tom Ford, I’ve got Berluti shoes, I’ve got Manolo Blahnik bespoke shoes—all those shoes are quite elegant. But when you have been running around fashion week, that Ugg is the utilitarian boot with style. It’s chic and comfortable with a capital “C.”

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What’s the significance of shooting on your porch?

It’s my favorite part of my house. I entertain during the pandemic on the porch, during the warm weather. I did all my lunches and dinners outside on the porch because that was the social protocol to avoid COVID. The porch is a symbol of who I am because the porch is part of the Southern way I grew up. We could sit on the porch, all afternoon when it was very hot, and have family over, and talk. When I decided I was going to do this campaign, I wasn’t going to go into town, they had to come to my house. But I wasn’t going to allow them in, so the only practical place was to be outside on the porch.

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Reflecting on your career, how did being the sole Black editor at the helm of a prestigious publication strengthen your ambitions?

It kept me going. I kept getting up every morning and doing the job as best I could, as best I knew how. I tried to represent my race. I felt it was very powerful to be in that position and I always kept a positive outlook. I kept going, kept going, kept going. I am most proud of my time at Vogue Magazine. I am proud to have been the person who interviewed Michelle Obama for her first cover story when she became the first lady. That was my highest achievement.

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What’s your general view of the fashion industry today?

It is always moving upward and it’s always going to be there and it’s going to survive through all the ups and downs of 2020 and 2021. There’s always going to be fashion as long as you wake up, and get up, and have to leave your house, there’s always going to be someone making fashion. I love the changes I’ve been seeing lately, like the fact that Ugg picked me to be an iconic brand rep. A 72-year-old black man representing their brand—that’s one of the significant changes.

Who have you been paying attention to in the fashion industry?

LaQuan Smith. He’s self-made, self-taught, and he’s sophisticated.

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Are Camila Cabello and Shawn Mendes Still Dating in January 2021?



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How is Camila Cabello and Shawn Mendes’ year-and-a-half relationship doing in the new year? Great, they’d like you to know. The couple was photographed out walking their dogs in Miami with Cabello’s parents on Saturday. (The family has four canines in all.) They dressed up for the occasion, with Cabello opting for a long peach dress and oversized sweater and Mendes wearing an unbuttoned gray top and blue jeans. Missing from their attire? A face mask, given the pandemic is still ongoing and Miami-Dade County is currently under a public mask mandate.


Cabello and Mendes aren’t photographed out all that often. They were last shot by paparazzi in mid-November while out in Miami. (They weren’t wearing masks then either.)

Cabello did share a shot of Mendes and her in a hot tub at Christmas. “I’m not good at taking a lot of pictures lately but here’s one good one ❤️” she wrote. “merry Christmas! Thank u Santa for my tall sweet funny boy.” Cabello revealed she was in Mendes’ native Toronto over the holiday in another Instagram shot.

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Mendes spoke in early December to SiriusXM Hits 1 Celebrity Session about how he feels being loved by his girlfriend.

“It’s like, it’s like the most, she is completely all in or nothing,” he said. “And I think that’s something that I wasn’t at the beginning of our relationship. And I think that a lot of people maybe are afraid to be all in, because if you’re all in, then you kind of, it hurts it. The blow hurts that much more if it ends, you know? But she really teaches me that if we have one life and we don’t have much time here, it might as well be all in if you’re in love with someone and you’re there. And I kind of learned that every day. She’s so absolutely patient with me, especially when I’m stressed or anything is kind of getting to me. She, she she’ll text me. And if I, if I ever am kind of just being bite-y with her and she’d be like, ‘it’s okay. I love you. No matter what I love you, no matter what.’ And it’s like that that’s real strength and patience and love. But it’s amazing. It’s like a movie.”

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