When the Oscars aired this year, we couldn’t look away. The 95th Academy Awards on Sunday were filled with history-making moments, from Everything Everywhere All At Once sweeping seven awards to Ruth E. Carter becoming the first Black woman to win two Oscars, and RRR’s Naatu Naatu the first Indian film track to winning best original song. But the fashion took our breath away too. Fan Bingbing made a regal entrance in sparkling silver and emerald green on the champagne carpet. Hong Chau wore a high-neck pink Prada column gown with a feathery black train and Malala Yousafzai worked the hood of her silver sparkler from Ralph Lauren like a pro. Read on for a wrap of our favourite looks of the evening. Fan Bingbing , the X-Men star, wore Tony Ward Couture with her hair sculpted into an Old Hollywood bob. While Fan looked like a queen, Sofia Carson was a princess in white custom Giambattista Valli haute couture. A stunning statement diamond and emerald necklace accented her ball gown with its off-shoulder, form-fitting bodice and delicate diamond-shaped cut-out at the centre. Her jewels were by Chopard, including 122.49 carats of emeralds and 92.57 carats of diamonds. Luxury idols: who is Blackpink’s most powerful member? Brand values, ranked Some of the men among the early walkers brought the sparkle: we’re looking at you, Lorenzo Zurzolo . One of the night’s big winners, Brendan Fraser went for a traditional black tuxedo. Also looking royal was Angela Bassett in Moschino. The dress by Jeremy Scott included draping that looked like a huge bow up top as the fabric swirled around her body. She was perfectly accented with a Bulgari Serpenti necklace. “It’s light, it’s royal purple, our colour for royalty,” she told E! “Just bringing that to the carpet. And also spring.” Rihanna helped close down the carpet in custom Alaïa, a leather band dress she wore over a jersey bodysuit as she showed off her baby bump. Lady Gaga snagged a black Versace look off the runway from the fashion house’s show last week in Los Angeles. It featured boning under a sheer top with sheer sleeves and a ball gown skirt with a drop waist. Around her neck was a Tiffany & Co. diamond choker. Red carpet recycles: 7 Hollywood stars who re-wore their designer outfits Despite missing out on a gong, Cate Blanchett donned a never-before-seen blue draped velvet top from the Louis Vuitton archives. She wore it with a black skirt made of fully sustainable silk. Monica Barbaro practised her carpet walk in a two-tone Elie Saab ball gown of deep plum and delicate blue chiffon with a long full train. “They were the first couture house to loan to me when nobody knew who I was,” she told E! Cara Delevingne repped young Hollywood well in a gorgeous red silk taffeta ball gown with a thigh-high slit and one shoulder with a billowing bow. She paired the look with a Bulgari Serpenti choker in white gold with emeralds for the eyes of the snake. “Cara’s smoky pink eyeshadow is so fresh and modern. She looks so fresh-faced yet simultaneously glamorous,” said Danielle James, beauty director for Elle. Florence Pugh went in a different direction with a super-mini look in black under a voluminous strapless top that fell into billowy sleeves and yards of long fabric in a greyish white. It was Valentino Haute Couture. She had a Tiffany & Co. diamond necklace around her neck with matching pink tourmaline earrings. 6 celebrity kids with the most extravagant handbags, from LV to Birkins Halle Bailey did the younger crowd proud as well in an ethereal strapless soft blue gown by Dolce & Gabbana with sheer panels at the skirt and boning on top. So did Janelle Monáe in a Vera Wang look that fell from a strapless black crop top to an orange skirt. She wore a black fabric choker around her neck. Jamie Lee Curtis went for a long-sleeve sparkler by Dolce & Gabbana that was the precise colour of the Oscars’ new off-white carpet. Harry Shum Jr. made statements of his own. In a white evening jacket with a wide sash and black trim. Shum made sure to grab supporting actress nominee Hong Chau to compliment her bubblegum-pink frock while chatting with friends. “You look amazing,” he said. The Whale actress replied that he did too. “I try to change it up,” Shum said. Puss in Boots star Harvey Guillen said his outfit is the first time Christian Siriano has designed for a plus-size man. The dramatic, embellished long coat flared out at the waist. It evoked Guillen’s vampire mockumentary show What We Do in the Shadows , on which he plays fan favourite Guillermo. 10 of the most expensive celebrity red carpet jewels ever, ranked Lilly Singh also donned Siriano, who managed to salvage his Oscar looks last week after a pipe burst in his studio. Singh’s magenta trouser look was topped with a long matching coat. Sandra Oh ’s orange look popped against the lighter carpet. Allison Williams went for soft pink, with lots of sparkle. While Mindy Kaling stunned in bright white, a bustier look by Vera Wang with detached overlong sleeves and open boning. Also in white, Ariana DeBose stunned in a stand-out Versace moment with jewelled embellishment made to evoke armor. James Hong was three months old when the first Oscars were handed out in 1929. At 94, he finally made the show. Wearing a bow tie with googly eyes, the Everything Everywhere All at Once actor arrived in his typically playful mood for the Oscars, pulling faces and camping it up for the cameras. Eva Longoria also wore white, a heavily beaded look by Zuhair Murad that featured an open neckline to the waist. ‘I actually worked’: Princess Siri of Thailand on her 18-year fashion career There was a healthy showing of black as well, led by Danai Gurira in classic Jason Wu. She wore her hair high to, as she told reporters, honour the women who carry things with grace and beauty on the tops of their heads. Phoebe Waller-Bridge also went for black. The strapless look came with a Bulgari Serpenti choker set in pink gold with diamonds and another set of emeralds for eyes. Stylist and men’s fashion blogger Peter Nguyen had some stand-outs, including Riz Ahmed . “His edgy, wide collar open shirt continues the theme of Young Hollywood making more statements by going against the grain of tradition,” Nguyen said. Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson sported a satin double-breasted dinner jacket in ballet pink. Jessica Chastain dazzled in custom silver crystal Gucci. She paired her strapless column gown and black train with a gold Lionhead Gucci necklace featuring 80 carats of green tsavorites and diamonds. 16 best-dressed celebs on the SAG Awards red carpet Canadian fashion model Winnie Harlow went for a canary yellow archival Y2K look from Armani Privé. Vanessa Hudgens channelled Old Hollywood glamour in vintage Chanel. Rooney Mara looked angelic in white 2008 Alexander McQueen. Avatar and Guardians of the Galaxy star Zoë Saldana blinged up her outfit with vintage Cartier jewels. Emily Blunt looked resplendent in a white Valentino column gown with an off-shoulder neckline and matching sleeves. The first woman of Asian descent to ever win the best actress Oscar, Michelle Yeoh looked elegant in a white feathered Dior gown as she swept up to the podium to give her acceptance speech for her role in Everything Everywhere All At Once. Michelle Williams donned white as well – a Chanel gown with silver detailing on the chest and a glittering sheer cape. Cassie Anderson, fashion director for Cosmopolitan, noted a wealth of rosettes, including those on the looks of Nicole Kidman and Berry. And she, too, saw white as a strong trend, along with metallics like those of Yousafzai and Williams. “Studies suggest that gold is the luckiest colour to wear to the Oscars,” Anderson said, “but white was the colour.” Want more stories like this? Follow STYLE on Facebook , Instagram , YouTube and Twitter .