After seeing Joaquin Phoenix's fashion choice at this year's Oscars, fans are loving his incredible stance...
But first, let's take a trip down Oscar's fashion memory lane ...
Cameron Diaz, 2010.
This Oscar de la Renta gown was pretty as a princess.
Kate Hudson, 2003.
Simple but effective in Versace.
Audrey Hepburn, 1954.
Absolutely classic in Givenchy.
Kate Winslet, 2002.
A Ben de Lisi number accessorised with a smile.
Penelope Cruz, 2007.
Showing everyone how it's done in Atelier Versace.
Michelle Williams, 2006.
The mustard Vera Wang dress was a risk that absolutely paid off.
Elizabeth Hurley, 1995.
The matching Versa dress and bag are nothing short of iconic.
Angelina Jolie, 2004.
Pairing draped Marc Bouwer silk with a quiff and black kohl liner was an inspired choice.
Keira Knightley, 2006.
Gothic yet glamorous in Vera Wang.
Halle Berry, 2002.
This semi-sheer Ellie Saab dress was an instant classic.
Cate Blanchett, 2005.
This Valenti look scream old Hollywood.
Julia Roberts, 2001.
The vintage Valentino is just the right side of minimal.
Nicole Kidman, 1997.
Upstaging Tom Cruise in Dior.
Mila Kunis, 2011.
This lacy lilac Ellie Saab dress is sweet and stunning.
Jennifer Lopez, 2012.
This Zuhair Murad dress is like a beautiful optical illusion ...
Jennifer Lawrence, 2013.
Simply beautiful in Dior Couture.
Jennifer Aniston, 2013.
Stealing the show in pillar box Valentino.
Anne Hathaway, 2013.
This pale pink Prada number is minimal, but it works.
Charlize Theron, 2014.
Structural in Christian Dior.
Winona Ryder, 1997.
This gothic ensemble is a beaded delight.
Natalia Portman, 2020.
Not only is this cape incredible to look at, but it was embroidered with all the named of snubbed female directors - so cool.
Lupita Nyong'o, 2014.
Kind of reminds me of Disney's Cinderella, in the best way.
Billy Porter, 2019.
This androgynous ensemble is proof that a suit doesn't have to be boring.
Marion Cotillard, 2008.
Like a beautiful, glamorous mermaid.
Janelle Monae, 2020.
Handmaid's Tale, but make it fashion.
Grace Kelly, 1955.
This silky mint green number is totally adorable.
Jessica Alba, 2006.
This is the pinnacle of 2006 fashion.
Gemma Chan, 2019.
Just look at her!
Salma Hayek, 1997.
Huge props for making blue eyeshadow and a tiara not look ridiculous.
Sure, it's a little bit witchy - but she looks like she's having the best time.
Jennifer Lawrence, 2011.
Only Jen could make such a simple dress look like such a showstopper.
Barbra Streisand, 1969.
From the full sequin skirt to the oversized collar to the most '60s hair ever - it's perfect.
Reese Witherspoon, 2006.
Perfectly princess-y - we love the pale pink ribbon detail!
Uma Thurman, 1995.
'90s and princess all wrapped up in one.
Diahann Carroll, 1969.
She just looks like the most pretty thing we've ever seen.
Claire Danes, 1997.
Wearing a t-shirt to the Oscars? Iconic!
Although honestly, you could pretty much include any of Cher's Oscar looks on this list.
Celine Dion, 1999.
Do we like it? No. But is it iconic? Most certainly.
Faye Dunaway, 1968.
We just want to be a part of this photograph, tbh.
We don't care what anyone says - this is a good dress!
Angelina Jolie, 2012.
If your dress sparks a meme, you know it's iconic.
Amy Adams, 2013.
We kind of want to take a nap on it.
Emma Stone, 2015.
She kind of looks like she's dressed as an Oscar, rght?
Kacey Musgraves, 2019.
Honestly, if we were invited to the Oscars, we'd for sure wear something like this.
Sharon Stone, 1998.
Wearing a mens Gap shirt to the Oscars? Again, iconic!
Proof that when you're Beyonce, a black dress, a ponytail and some earrings will do the job.
And finally, Joaquin Phoenix, 2021.
joaquin phoenix really wore the same suit from last years #oscars KING !! https://t.co/4BahAHFgAM— lydia (@lydia)1619408286.0
Rocking the exact same suit as last year!