Dressing Stars: Our Top 10 Red Carpet Worthy Dresses

Our Pick of the Top 10 Red Carpet Worthy Dresses seen at the 2017 Oscars.

From Valentino crimson gown to Gucci chartreuse gown, Covered Asia presents the best red carpet dresses to hit Hollywood’s most glamorous night – the 89th Academy Award, otherwise known as the Oscars 2017.  The Academy Awards is undoubtedly one of the most illustrious and high-shine elegance events in Hollywood’s history; the industry’s finest congregates at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, Los Angeles to deliver fiery arrivals on the red carpet. Here’s our Top 10 Red Carpet Worthy Dresses as seen on the red carpet of the 89th Academy Awards.

#1. Emma Stone


Emma Stone stole the limelight in a chartreuse Givenchy Haute Couture and               Tiffany gown.

#2. Hailee Steinfeld


Queen of Pop (Hailee Seinfeld) floored the red carpet with a whimsical gown                   from Ralph & Russo.

#3. Dakota Johnson


Fifty Shades of Grey’s lead actress hits Hollywood’s most glamorous night in a Gucci chartreuse gown.

#4. Jessica Biel


Jessica Biel in Kaufmanfranco and Tiffany & Co.

#5. Ruth Negga


Ruth Nega delivers a fiery arrival in a Valentino crimson gown.

#6. Chrissy Teigen


Chrissy Teigen in Zuhair MuradCouture.

#7. Taraji P. Henson


Taraji P. Henson in custom Alberta Ferretti.

#8. Auli’i Cravalho


Auli’i Cravalho in Rubin Singer.

#9. Teresa Palmer


Teresa Palmer in Prada.

#10. Karlie Kloss


Lastly, Karlie Kloss hits the Dolby Theatre’s red carpet in a high-shine elegance          wearing Stella McCartney gown.

Images: courtesy of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Vogue Australia  

Liyann Seet

Fashion Editor

A Singaporean investor, commercial model, beauty queen and philanthropist. Liyann began her commercial modelling career at 16 and later represented Singapore in international beauty pageants in Asia Pacific and in the United States. She has since won several international beauty pageant titles. Liyann is also responsible for founding the International Children Foundation that advocates equal educational opportunities for underprivileged kids.

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