The 1990 Academy Awards sure had some interesting fashion! Before we see what the stars wear on the red carpet at the 92nd Annual Academy Awards on Feb. 6, 2020, Wonderwall.com is flashing back 30 years. A white boa on the Oscars red carpet? It's not exactly high fashion, but it's what Daryl Hannah accessorized with three decades ago. She added it atop her shiny gold mermaid-style gown with sparkly embellishments and threw on some fingerless gold gloves and gold sunglasses to complete her over-the-top look. Keep reading to check out more stars on the Oscars red carpet back in 1990…
Geena Davis and then-hubby Jeff Goldblum arrived on the 1990 Oscars red carpet together, with Jeff in a sleek tux and bow tie and Geena in an off-the-shoulder gown in a vibrant red shade. She presented the award for best supporting actor that night.
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Daniel Day-Lewis looked debonair in this eclectic ensemble, which included a long coat and a bow tied around his neck. He took home a best actor Oscar for his performance in "My Left Foot" that year.
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Then-couple Kiefer Sutherland and Julia Roberts hit the 1990 Academy Awards red carpet together. Keifer kept things classic in a tux and bow tie combo while Julia opted for a brown halter-style number. She was up for best supporting actress for her work in "Steel Magnolias" but lost to "My Left Foot" star Brenda Fricker.
Presenter Jane Fonda was a vision in blue at the 1990 Academy Awards, where she was flanked by then-boyfriend (and future ex-husband) Ted Turner and her son, Troy Garity.
Check out these two dapper dudes! Filmmakers Steven Spielberg and George Lucas sported sharp suits and bow ties on the big night. It's no coincidence they walked the red carpet together — they also presented together that evening.
Diana Ross looked ultra-glam in this beautiful black evening gown, but we're distracted by another famous face in the photo: The superstar brought along her daughters — Chudney (left), Rhonda (second from right) and Tracee! Yep, that's Tracee Ellis Ross in that red-and-white look on the right. Diana performed "Over the Rainbow" at the Oscars in 1990.
Michelle Pfeiffer arrived at the 1990 Oscars wearing a midnight blue gown and strings of pearls. The "Fabulous Baker Boys" star, who brought then-boyfriend Fisher Stevens as her date, lost out on the best actress prize to "Driving Miss Daisy" star Jessica Tandy.
Kim Basinger, who brought her brother as a date that night, arrived at the 1990 Oscars in an over-the-top white ballgown with a half-jacket featuring gold embroidery down its single sleeve. She wore a full-length glove on her other arm.
Phoebe Cates and Kevin Kline arrived at the 1990 Academy Awards as newlyweds after tying the knot the year prior. Kevin was in attendance to present the best supporting actress prize.
Here's a snazzy suit! Robert Downey Jr. donned a jacket with embroidery on the lapels at the 1990 Academy Awards.
Anjelica Huston arrived at the 1990 Oscars in a red strapless gown and accessorized with an intricate diamond necklace and, at one point, a pretty flower! She was up for best supporting actress for her performance in "Enemies, A Love Story" but lost to "My Left Foot" star Brenda Fricker.
Denzel Washington looked dapper in this tuxedo and bow tie alongside wife Pauletta at the 1990 Academy Awards, where he won a best supporting actor Oscar for his performance in "Glory."
Jack Nicholson rocked a three-piece tux and bow tie and carried an Evian water bottle on the red carpet at the 1990 Academy Awards. He was on hand to present the biggest award of the night — best picture — alongside Warren Beatty.
We loved the multicolored bow tie Morgan Freeman wore to the 1990 Academy Awards. It matched wife Myrna Freeman's shimmering pink-and-purple lace minidress and matching jacket. The "Driving Miss Daisy" actor lost out in his category, best actor, to "My Left Foot" star Daniel Day-Lewis.
Jessica Lange, accompanied by her brother, opted for metallics back in 1990. Her strapless gown featured a silver-and-gold bodice and a white skirt. She lost out in the best actress category (she was nominated for her performance in "Music Box") to "Driving Miss Daisy" star Jessica Tandy.
Did you know Michael Moore was in attendance at the Academy Awards back in 1990? Now you do! The documentarian — who took home an Oscar three years later for "Bowling for Columbine" — rocked a super-casual baseball hat emblazoned with the world "Film."