The biggest day of awards season is upon us - and we couldn't be happier.
The 2020 Oscars means another red carpet - and that means some incredible (and incredibly badly) dressed celebrities. From Florence Pugh's jade green triumph to Renee Zelwegger's disappointing dull choice, we've got all the looks you need to see including Natalie Portman's dress with a hidden message.
She already stole the spotlight and you'll never believe who she snubbed in the process...
Keep scrolling to find out the reasons behind her daring outfit choice.
via: Getty ImagesSimple but effective in a navy blue slip.
via: Getty ImagesThis olive green shade is stunning on her.
via: Getty ImagesLooking almost like an award!
via: Getty ImagesHey, it's the Oscars - might as well go all out!
via: Getty ImagesClassic Hollywood glamour.
Kelly Marie Tran
via: Getty ImagesLoving the '80s prom inspired look!
via: Getty ImagesYou can tell she works in costume design.
via: Getty ImagesDramatic in leather and lace.
via: Getty ImagesSIlver seems to be popular tonight - and this hooded look is just stunning.
via: Getty ImagesWe shouldn't love this showgirl, tasseled look - but we do!
via: Getty ImagesJessica Rabbit who?
via: Getty ImagesThree tiers of black ruffles.
via: Getty ImagesWe're so happy J-Lo didn't put anyone off bows this season.
via: Getty ImagesLove the dress - but don't love that headband so much. Sorry!
via: Getty ImagesMade even cuter by the fact there was a turkey sandwich in that clutch bag!
via: Getty ImagesLast year's Best Actress rocking a new blonde 'do.
via: Getty ImagesPure luxe.
via: Getty ImagesShe looks gorgeous, obviously - but it's a little bit dull ...
via: Getty ImagesWe don't always love her oversized looks - but this one is just perfection.
via: Getty ImagesIf there's one person you can count on ...
via: Getty ImagesThis silhouette is pure art.
via: Getty ImagesA suit and a shrug.
via: Getty ImagesGorgeous green, gorgeous neckline.
via: Getty ImagesThat hair is the perfect accessory.
via: Getty ImagesSomehow both elegant and extravagant.
via: Getty ImagesThe Oscars are the only event where a white gown can feel kinda casual!
via: Getty ImagesSorry, but this one's a no from us!
via: Getty ImagesLoving the contrasting fabrics.
via: Getty ImagesWell, you wouldn't expect anything less from a literal supermodel.
via: Getty ImagesYou surely didn't expect anything less, right?
via: Getty ImagesShe just makes everything look charming.
via: Getty ImagesDreamy in floaty blush tones.
via: Getty ImagesAn early contender for our favorite look of the night.
via: Getty ImagesA Best Actress frontrunner - but a rather disappointing dress, we have to say.
via: Getty ImagesAnother of our top favorites of the night!
via: Getty ImagesPart gladiator, part lingerie!
via: Getty ImagesUnderstated - but she looks great!
via: Getty ImagesThe attention to detail is amazing - look at that pearl-encrusted hair part!
via: Getty ImagesYou can't go wrong with an LBD.
via: Getty ImagesSheer, champagne-y goodness.
via: Getty ImagesThose arm bows are a touch of genius!
via: Getty ImagesIt takes a brave man to show up in a tracksuit!
via: Getty ImagesGo big or go home!
via: Getty ImagesThe burnt orange gown is overshadowed only by that fabulous haircut!
via: Getty ImagesWe're all for an offbeat shape - but this might be a bit too out there for us.
via: Getty ImagesWe're not convinced by this two-looks-in-one - sorry!
via: Getty ImagesNow, this is elegant without being boring.
via: Getty ImageNever fully dressed without a smile.
via: Getty ImagesBombshell by name, bombshell by nature!
via: Getty ImagesShe may be out here looking like a glamorous Hogwart's student with that cape, but there's an important reason why she wore it.
And it involves a controversy that has been surrounding the film industry for years.
via: Getty ImagesThe women behind the scenes hardly ever get the recognition they deserve and Natalie Portman decided to address the issue with a subtle statement embedded within her cape.
If you look closely, you'll notice it...
via: Getty ImagesAlong the lining of her black cape, she has the names of female directors that weren't nominated for any awards this year but definitely deserve one.
via: Getty ImagesLorene Scafaria for Hustlers, Lulu Wang for The Farewell, Greta Gerwig for Little Women, Marielle Heller for A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, Melina Matsoukas for Queen & Slim, Alma Har’el for Honey Boy, Céline Sciamma Portrait of a Lady on Fire and Mati Diop Atlantics.
This is a reoccurring theme we seem to see at award ceremonies...
via: Getty ImagesThere isn't a lack of women in the industry, or in the directing field, yet they are hardly ever nominated for awards. In the history of the Oscars, only 5 women have ever been nominated for an award and only 1, Kathryn Bigelow, has ever won it.
Though subtle, this statement definitely made an impact.
Natalie Portman embroidered her Dior cape with all of the female directors who weren't nominated for #Oscars. Check… https://t.co/jHq8rUG5Jf— Amy Kaufman (@Amy Kaufman)1581293944.0