We're turning back the clock and seeing what the hottest stars wore to the 80th Annual Academy Awards on Feb. 24, 2008. "No Country For Old Men" took home the most awards that year while Jon Stewart hosted for his second time. First up on the throwback carpet is Penelope Cruz, who stunned in a Chanel Haute Couture dress designed just for her by Karl Lagerfeld. She presented the award for best foreign language film that year. Now keep reading for more…
Belle of the ball Marion Cotillard, who wore a beautiful white scale-embellished Jean Paul Gaultier gown, took home the Oscar for best actress in 2008 for her performance in "La Vie en Rose."
Not only did Amy Adams perform a song from "Enchanted" at the 2008 Academy Awards, but she also presented the award for best original music score. Proenza Schouler made her elegant green strapless mermaid gown while Fred Leighton designed her jewels.
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Nominated for best actor for his performance in the the musical "Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street," Johnny Depp attended the 2008 Academy Awards with then-partner Vanessa Paradis, who was dressed in Chanel Haute Couture.
It was her first Academy Awards! A then 13-year-old Saoirse Ronan, who wore a delicate yet bold green Alberta Ferretti gown to the 2008 Oscars, was nominated for best supporting actress for her work in "Atonement." Ten years later in 2018, she's nominated for best lead actress for her performance in "Lady Bird."
2008 was a very big year for Cate Blanchett. The actress — who was expecting her third son, Ignatius Upton, at the time — was nominated for best actress for her portrayal of Queen Elizabeth I in "Elizabeth: The Golden Age" and was also nominated for best supporting actress for her work in "I'm Not There." She didn't take home either Oscar, but she became the 11th performer ever to earn double acting nominations in the same year. She dressed her bump in a jewel-toned Dries van Noten gown accessorized with Lorraine Schwartz jewels.
Look away, Amal! A very dapper tuxedo-clad George Clooney brought then-girlfriend Sarah Larson to the 2008 Academy Awards. He was up for best actor for his performance in "Michael Clayton." (He lost to Daniel Day-Lewis.)
Miley Cyrus, then just 15, looked chic in a red Valentino gown at the 2008 Oscars where she introduced Kristin Chenoweth and Marlon Saunders' performance of "That's How You Know" from "Enchanted."
Nicole Kidman — then pregnant with daughter Sunday — was a vision in black Balenciaga, accessorizing her tiny bump with a L'Wren Scott necklace, Bottega Veneta clutch and handsome husband Keith Urban. She presented art director and set designer Robert F. Boyle with an honorary Oscar during the 2008 ceremony.
Shining like a star in a metallic Carolina Herrera gown and vintage Cartier jewels, Renee Zellweger presented the award for best film editing at the 2008 Academy Awards.
There's just something about Cameron Diaz, who presented the award for best cinematography ("There Will Be Blood" won) in a pale pink Dior by John Galliano strapless gown accessorized with Bulgari jewels.
Jennifer Garner wowed in diamonds and a black strapless Oscar de la Renta gown at the 2008 Academy Awards, where she presented the Oscar for best costume design.
A pregnant Jessica Alba — she would deliver her first child, daughter Honor Warren, less than four months later — glowed in a strapless Marchesa gown at the 2008 Academy Awards.
Daniel Day-Lewis became the eighth performer to win a best actor Oscar twice when he took home the Academy Award for his performance in "There Will Be Blood" in 2008. He arrived at the ceremony in a bespoke Paul Smith suit designed by Sir Paul Smith himself and walked the red carpet with wife Rebecca Miller on his arm.
Coming off her win for best supporting actress in 2007, Jennifer Hudson radiated confidence in a white Roberto Cavalli halter-style gown with snakeskin embellishments on the 2008 Oscars red carpet. That night, she presented the award for best supporting actor to Javier Bardem for his performance in "No Country for Old Men."
Hilary Swank looked incredible in a one-shoulder Atelier Versace gown and Chopard diamonds. She introduced the 2008 Oscars' "In Memoriam" segment, which honored Heath Ledger among many other stars who had passed away the previous year.
She's no gone girl here! Rosamund Pike stood out on the 2008 Oscars red carpet in a yellow one-shoulder Roland Mouret gown with a peplum waist.
Looking cool as ever in a one-sleeved velvet Lanvin gown, Tilda Swinton swooped up the 2008 Academy Award for best supporting actress for her performance in "Michael Clayton" alongside George Clooney.
Katherine Heigl, who presented the Oscar for best makeup, looked like an Old Hollywood star in a siren-red Escada gown on the 2008 Academy Awards red carpet.
Best supporting actor winner (for "No Country for Old Men") Javier Bardem looked dapper in a Prada suit while walking the red carpet at the 2008 Oscars.
Best actress nominee Ellen Page — up for her work in "Juno" — attended the 2008 Academy Awards wearing a vintage Jean Louis Scherrer gown accessorized with a delicate Fred Leighton necklace.