Oscar Dresses Illustration

Courtesy: Mediarun Digital


An infographic showing all of the gowns worn by Best Actress winners at the Academy Awards over the years has been created by Mediarun Digital.

The awesome image shows every dress, minus a few for those lucky ladies that didn't end up attending the awards show, dating all the way back to 1929.

The first gown is from Janet Gaynor, who wore an "off the rack" gown when she accepted her award for her performance in 7th Heaven.

Several stars weren't on hand to accept their prestigious award, such as Sophia Loren, Katharine Hepburn, and Joan Crawford—which is a shame considering those ladies would have knocked it out of the park with their innate senses of style.

Regardless, it's still fun to take a look back at some of the more memorable dresses to date.

Like who could forget Gwyneth Paltrow's bubble-gum pink Ralph Lauren number that made her look like an absolute princess?

Or how about Hilary Swank's completely backless Guy Laroche navy gown when she earned her second award for Best Actress? That curve-hugging, long-sleeved ensemble was downright sexy.

This year's awards show will undoubtedly provide another stunning token in Oscars fashion history, especially considering the stylist list of nominees.

Between Amy Adams, Meryl Streep, Judi Dench, Sandra Bullock and Cate Blanchett, we can't wait to see these stars stun on the red carpet.

Which gown do you like the best? Tell us below!

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