These 12 best Oscars 2019 red carpet looks have officially won the year

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Kacey Musgraves, Gemma Chan, Danai Gurira and Tessa Thompson
Kacey Musgraves, Gemma Chan, Danai Gurira and Tessa Thompson

February may have felt longer than Lady Gaga's trains on the red carpet, but there's no disputing the fact that this month has simply been the gift that keeps on giving in terms of all things vogue. 

With Fashion Weeks currently offering collections well worth gushing over and the Grammys, Baftas, and BRIT Awards tucked in fashionably in-between each Fashion Week, our style lexicon is getting healthier by the day.

And amid all of that sartorial merriment, enter the 91st Annual Academy Awards held at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles last night.

Yes, we've all been waiting for the Oscars red carpet or the haute couture runway of Hollywood, if you will.

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Last year, the Oscars did not give us those iconic style milestones we usally look forward to from this red carpet, but it certainly had its golden memorable moments - Sandra Bullock in Louis Vuitton, Lupita Nyong'o in Atelier Versace, Zendaya in Giambattista Valli, and Octavia Spencer in Brandon Maxwell just to name a few.

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This is why in the lead up to 2019's Oscar ceremony, we had our eyes on these A-listers - based on their general red carpet rep - and they lived up to our expectations.

This year, these trends dominated were brights, ruched fabric and metallics with Lady Gaga winning not only an Oscar, but our best accessory award. 

These are the 10 looks that officially reclaimed the Oscars red carpet prestige:

Lady Gaga

In Alexander McQueen and Tiffany & Co diamond pendant last worn by the iconic Audrey Hepburn, which would probably also explain the black gloves à la Holly Golightly on Breakfast at Tiffany's.

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Danai Gurira

Rivaling the golden statuette in Brock Collection.

Oscars 2019 red carpet


Octavia Spencer

Swapped out her 2018 bottle green gown for a deep blue hue reminiscent of the night sky.

Oscars 2019 red carpet

Gemma Chan

Continuing her streak of red carpet wins in Valentino. 

Oscars 2019 red carpet

Regina King

Regina King won both the red carpet and an Academy Award. And she did it all in Oscar de la Renta.

Oscars 2019 red carpet

Tessa Thompson

In one of Karl Lagerfeld's last Chanel couture gowns.

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Kacey Musgraves

Also sporting the night's top trending colour on the red carpet in a voluminous Gimabattista Valli gown.

Oscars 2019 red carpet

Laura Harrier

Always dazzling in Louis Vuitton, but this time the young actress did LV the eco-friendly way. Her dress was made from sustainable sourced materials in partnership with Red Carpet green Dress.

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Amandla Stenberg

Giving us flappers-meets-chainmail, styled by Karla welch.

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Awkwafina

The best suit of the night was Awkwafina's DSQUARED2 metallic suit.

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Constance Wu

Constance looked beyond radiant in custom Versace and a touch of Swarovski.

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Emilia Clarke

Styled by Petra Flannery in this scintillating number.

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Bonus look:

Billy Porter

This Christian Siriano velvet tuxedo gown was truly spectacular.

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