Sunday's Oscars marked the end of awards season, and the stars made sure to go out with a bang. Several A-listers made celebrity news when they accepted awards in their respective categories— but our eyes were on the luxury fashion choices. Here's a recap of what the stars wore to the 2013 Academy Awards, which were held on February 24 at Hollywood's Dolby Theatre. Photos Courtesy of the Academy Awards
The Grammy-winning singer picked up an Oscar for Best Original Song for the movie Skyfall wearing a black Jenny Packham gown with three-quarter-length sleeves and intricate beading from head-to-toe.
The Les Mis star looked effortlessly chic in a black Valentino gown that featured a plunging neckline and hidden pockets.
Amy Adams stunned in a strapless, pale blue Oscar de la Renta creation with a sweetheart neckline.
The always-stunning actress chose a hip-hugging gown by Alexander McQueen made of a rich, midnight blue velvet that featured an embellished neckline.
Anne Hathaway picked up her award for Best Supporting Actress wearing a pale pink Prada creation from the designer's Spring 2013 collection.
Richard Gere effortlessly charmed in a classic dark two button notch lapel tuxedo by Giorgio Armani.
Jennifer Aniston wowed the crowd wearing a strapless Valentino gown in a bold red hue from the designer's Spring 2013 Haute Couture runway.
Renée Zellweger channeled the Oscar statue in a curve-hugging metallic gown that was custom-made by Carolina Herrera. The gold sequined dress featured a small train and keyhole cutouts with velvet bow details in the back.
The Steel Magnolias actress and producer stood out in a white gown by Badgley Mischka with beaded detail along the straps.
Catherine Zeta-Jones shined in a nude Zuhair Murad Couture gown that featured a metallic bodice with detail that extended into the skirt.
The Australian actress dazzled in a black and gold number by L'Wren Scott. The beaded gown recently made its debut on the designer's runway at London Fashion Week.
The Best Actress nominee took our breath away in a metallic one-shoulder gown by Armani Privé that featured a cut-out neckline.
The nominee for Best Actress wore a champagne colored Giorgio Armani gown that was custom created for the stunning redhead.
Melissa McCarthy arrived wearing a grey gown by David Meister that featured gathering at the waist and beaded detail on the sleeves and shoulders.
George Clooney and Stacy Keibler
George Clooney looked handsomely dapper in a Giorgio Armani tuxedo. His girlfriend, Stacy Keibler, looked statuesque in a studded column gown by Naeem Khan that featured intricate beading detail from head-to-toe.
The young Twilight star arrived to the event wearing a white embroidered Reem Acra Couture gown that featured a strapless sweetheart neckline and tulle detail.
Daniel Day-Lewis and Rebecca Miller
The nominated Lincoln star wore a midnight blue tuxedo by Domenico Vacca, while his wife, Rebecca Miller, wore a black Dolce gown.
The gorgeous Django Unchained actress wore a strapless coral gown by Miu Miu that featured beaded detail in the bodice and a subtle belt with bow detail.
Robert De Niro
The Silver Linings Playbook actor wore a midnight blue one-button grosgrain peak lapel tuxedo by Giorgio Armani.
Jennifer Lawrence and Kristin Chenoweth
The 22-year-old Silver Linings Playbook actress wore a dramatic blush gown by Dior Couture to accept the award for Best Actress. Before the ceremony, she spoke with Kristin Chenoweth on the red carpet, who wore a black Tony Ward gown with glittering silver detail across the bodice.
Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck
Jennifer Garner wore a custome-made strapless Gucci gown in a deep purple hue that featured an elaborate ruffled back and billowing train. Ben Affleck, who won Best Picture for Argo, accepted his award in head-to-toe Gucci.
The singer, who performed at this year's ceremony, wore a daring metallic number by Roberto Cavalli that featured long sleeves, a scale pattern, and a thigh-high slit.
Halle Berry wore an Atelier Versace gown that featured dramatic metallic stripes, mesh beading, defined shoulders, and a plunging neckline.
The legendary actress channeled the '80s in a bold yellow Atelier Versace gown that featured a V-neck, gold detailing around the waist, and defined shoulders.
Best Actor nominee Hugh Jackman was handsome in a Tom Ford tuxedo with a shawl lapel, plisse front cocktail shirt and satin bowtie.
The Les Mis actress dazzled in a custom-made Alexander McQueen gown that featured a halter and keyhole neckline, and delicate dragonfly embroidery throughout.
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