Award season 2019 has come to a close, and it's time to look back on the fashion! From the sartorial selections that stopped us in our tracks to those that made us scratch our heads, Wonderwall.com is rounding up the best and worst dressed stars of the season. First up? Amy Adams, who saved the best for last! Though Amy had a rocky award season in the fashion department, her Academy Award look did not disappoint! She donned this custom-made Atelier Versace gown with a beaded Art Deco motif and a sweetheart neckline on Hollywood's biggest night. Keep reading to see her other stellar (and not-so-stellar) fashion choices and check out which other stars served up hits and misses…
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Amy Adams kicked off award season with a seriously underwhelming fashion moment — donning this teal blue off-the-shoulder Calvin Klein frock on the big night. The slinky cut fit the star flawlessly, but we were hoping for a little more sparkle, shimmer or shine on this big fashion night. And because of that bore factor, we had to put this one on the miss list.
Amy Adams kicked her fashion up a notch at the SAG Awards with this gorgeous Celine number. From the ruffled neckline and peplum detail to that sleek fitted skirt with a slit to those equally amazing Jimmy Choo heels, this marked her first hit of award season 2019.
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From a great black gown to a disappointing one! Amy Adams made it on the miss list with this matronly one-shouldered black Dundas gown at the Producers Guild Awards.
Amy Adams seriously underwhelmed in this burgundy number by Prada at the BAFTAs in London on Feb. 10. We weren't fans of the dull cut, strange brooch addition at the neckline and matchy belt detail.
This confection on Emma Stone at the Golden Globes was a work of art — literally. The stunning design took more than 800 hours to craft as 30 embroiderers created the gown's scale pattern using tiny twisted glass tubes. That hard work paid off big-time, resulting in one of Emma's most elegant red carpet looks to date. Unfortunately, her next LV look didn't fare as well. Keep reading to set that one next…
Yikes! Emma Stone served up a flagrant miss in this pale yellow Louis Vuitton design at the Producers Guild Awards. The dull gown definitely needed help in the accessory department, but Emma's choices didn't make things any better. See them next…
That chunky gold necklace only made matters worse, but there was one interesting element in Emma Stone's look: She changed her hair! The star sported a much darker 'do, which she complemented with a dark lip shade. Next up, another Louis Vuitton miss from Emma…
Business casual? Emma Stone's Louis Vuitton look at the SAG Awards was comprised of black high-waisted, wide-legged pants with a gold blouse featuring a single long sleeve — which, combined, made for a lackluster look truly unworthy of a major red carpet. Don't worry, her Oscar look was a serious improvement…
At the Academy Awards, Emma Stone stood out in this structured gown by Louis Vuitton. From the funky fanned sleeves to the exquisite detailing with sequin, pearl and bead embroidery, this ensemble made the star look as statuesque as an Oscar trophy.
We love that Kacey Musgraves' pale blush gown at the Grammys was a nod to the cover of her album "Golden Hour" with that fan detail along the bust! The country star's album cover features her holding a pink fan, and the neckline mimicked that shape with ethereal fanned-out tulle. Aside from loving that sweet allusion, we were also big fans of the berry-colored belt on her Valentino Haute Couture gown. It was the perfect look for one of the night's biggest winners! Now, let's see her gorgeous hair and makeup!
When it came time for hair and makeup, Kacey Musgraves went with pretty pink shades that complemented her frock perfectly. Plus, she kept her jewelry minimal to keep all eyes on her stunning dress! The country crooner's Oscar look later that month was just as stellar. See it next…
Kacey Musgraves' Giambattista Valli gown at the Academy Awards stopped us in our tracks. The bubblegum pink confection started with a unique tulle turtleneck feature before giving way to ruffled tulle bordering the sleeves. From there, a fitted bodice featured a bedazzled bow at the waist before it all fanned out into a fluffy tiered tulle skirt. This frothy frock was so good, it instantly snagged a spot on the hit list.
Well, this is a first: Jennifer Lopez on the miss list. Not only did she make the miss list at the Grammys, but she had one of our least favorite looks of the night. The fit! The cut! Though this bizarre sleeveless Ralph & Russo frock featured some beautiful jeweled embellishments, we've never seen J.Lo in an ensemble so poorly tailored.
This wide-brimmed hat was a bizarre selection too because it hid Jennifer Lopez's beautiful face! Maybe it was an attempt to distract us from the horrible tailoring on her dress? But she got one thing right: Those stunning Niwaka earrings.
Jennifer Lopez let us down again on the Oscar red carpet. The mirror mosaic gown by Tom Ford turned her into the resident disco ball, and though we applaud the artful structure and those intricate embellishments, this didn't have the wow factor we expect from J. Lo looks.
Rachel Weisz was a Celine dream come true at the Golden Globes! We adored her black-and-white confection, which featured plenty of ruffles from the neckline down to the short, off-the-shoulder sleeves. The rest of the dress was crafted in fitted black, the perfect complement to the full, frilly top.
Rachel Weisz's BAFTAs Gucci gown was fit for a princess! The vanilla tulle confection featured an off-the-shoulder neckline and dreamy, cascading tiers down the floor-length skirt. Nearly as stunning as this phenomenal dress? The belt! Keep reading to check it out…
Rachel Weisz's Gucci gown featured a stunning embellished belt detail that almost looked like amethyst stones. Up close, it was clear it was actually comprised of sequins in silver and varying shades of purple. Isn't it fabulous?! Unfortunately her Oscar frock didn't live up to this stellar standard…
Rachel Weisz's Givenchy gown at the Academy Awards definitely wasn't our "favourite" during her award season run. In fact, the red frock was one of our least favorite looks of the night. Though it was interesting — with an edgy latex top contrasting with a feminine embellished tulle skirt — the gown was unflattering and an odd choice for the glamorous night.
Kylie Jenner's Grammys outfit was not her best look. The bizarre pale pink Balmain jumpsuit featured a halter-style neckline, full-glove sleeves and a satin and lace belt. She finished things off with white Jimmy Choo pumps and jewelry by Lorraine Schwartz.
Constance Wu donned our favorite look at the Golden Globes! Her custom nude-hued Vera Wang gown featured spaghetti straps, a sheer bodice and a floor-length tulle skirt that was all tied together with an exquisite orange velvet bow. The unexpected color pairing paid off, making this princess-style gown a stand-out choice that night.
Constance Wu's delicate diamond necklace completed this fairy-tale look. We loved the dainty collared style and the tiny teardrop diamond hanging from the center. Equally well-done? Her messy updo and pretty pink lip.
Constance Wu's style has been on-point this award season — you just saw her phenomenal Globes look, and she also killed it at the Critics' Choice Awards. This sparkly Oscar de la Renta frock she donned for the SAG Awards was the icing on the cake. The strapless gown comprised of silver silk-chiffon fabric featured a gold brooch detail at the hip. Matching silver Stuart Weitzman sandals completed the look. But nobody's perfect, and next up we'll see her first miss of the season…
Constance Wu underwhelmed at the Directors Guild Awards. The "Crazy Rich Asians" star donned a disappointing Miu Miu frock complete with over-the-top feather detailing on the neckline and loud embellishments down the black gown. Don't worry, she turned it around by Oscar time!
Constance Wu brightened up the Oscar red carpet in this marigold Atelier Versace gown. The star transformed into an actual ray of sunshine in this off-the-shoulder number that feature delicate crystal embroidery along the neckline, a draped bodice and pleated cape detail.
Cardi B is always a wildcard on the red carpet, but this vintage Mugler design at the Grammys was a straight-up mess. Though we appreciate how this was pulled from the fashion house's archives (hailing from 1995!), some things are better left in the past. When the most normal part of your ensemble is a sheer sequined nude bodysuit, you know you're wearing a fashion miss. That bodysuit was tucked into a black skirt that bloomed like a clam shell. Yep, that's right. A clam shell. Odd, right?
Lupita Nyong'o's Vera Wang selection for the SAG Awards was one of the worst looks of award season thus far. The spaghetti-strap, off-the-shoulder, bustier-inspired jacket and completely sheer, geometrical-design-studded skirt left us completely puzzled, especially considering that Lupita is typically one of our best dressed.
Gemma Chan donned this show-stopping Jason Wu number at the Critics' Choice Awards. We loved its all-over floral print, drop sleeves and full skirt, but it was her beauty look that took things to another level. See it next…
That braid! The pink lip! We loved everything about Gemma Chan's beauty look. From that darling bow around her plait to those gorgeous Anita Ko dangling earrings that matched her Jason Wu gown perfectly, we couldn't put this look on the hit list fast enough.
This purple pick by Cushnie popped on Kristen Bell at the Critics' Choice Awards. We adored both the color and the sleek silhouette.
Lucy Liu took home the worst dressed prize on the Golden Globes red carpet. The star's unfortunate Galia Lahav dress-cape combination, which came from the designer's "And God Created Woman" collection, featured a one-shouldered nude dress with neon-colored embellishments all worn underneath a sheer full-length cape. Next up, a look at her equally disappointing hair and makeup…
Lucy Liu strangely played it a little too safe in the hair and makeup department despite taking a risk with her odd ensemble. Lucy's matronly, dull updo sealed the deal on this fashion miss.
Cate Blanchett's BAFTAs look was a bit polarizing, but we thought it was amazing! The black Christopher Kane gown featured a sleek silhouette and a center slit plus exquisite gemstones up the bodice that simply stole the show.
Bringing a pop of color to the SAG Awards red carpet? Emily Blunt's custom Michael Kors creation! The pink confection, which featured interesting sculptural sleeves, was a high note for the star, whose earrings complemented all the cool angles. See them next…
Emily Blunt's Forevermark jewels had the same angled trajectory as the detailing on her Michael Kors gown! The pretty diamonds were on full display thanks to her glam updo. Her pink lip was the icing on the cake of this fashion hit.
Nicole Kidman rarely disappoints us on a red carpet, but the fitted raspberry-hued Michael Kors gown she chose for the Golden Globes was a major misstep. From the high neck to the long sleeves, this gown's exuberance of sequins and fit left a lot to be desired.
Timothee Chalamet pushed the envelope with this multicolored Alexander McQueen suit — but sometimes fashion risks don't pay off. That was the case with this ensemble. Though the suit was fine on its own, pairing it with a too-casual T-shirt and those chunky sneakers made this look a miss at the Critics' Choice Awards.
Timothee Chalamet redeemed himself at the BAFTAs in London on Feb. 10. He rocked this stellar Haider Ackermann look comprised of a patterned suit jacket with a matching dress shirt underneath. Since the top was so busy, extra points for balancing the look with super-simple, all-black pants and boots.
We're rarely fans of these half-pant, half-skirt ensembles. That's why Julia Roberts deserves extra props for pulling off this black-and-tan Stella McCartney design at the Golden Globes! The look started with a one-shouldered bodice in a shimmering tan fabric before giving way to a pair of impeccably tailored black pants with half a tan tulle pleated skirt behind them — and we loved every inch of it! Next up, her beauty look…
Julia Roberts' beauty look started with glamorous, wide waves, which paired well with her warm-toned makeup and pink lip. She completed her stellar Golden Globes look with Chopard jewels worthy of her megawatt smile — earrings comprised of 26.45 carats of pear-shaped diamonds.
It's not often that a star lands on nearly every worst dressed list, but that was the case for Amber Heard thanks to her Golden Globes ensemble. The Monique Lhuillier frock started with a fitted, strapless bodice that gave way to a massive, full ball gown skirt, culminating in this disastrous look.
Lady Gaga's show-stopping Golden Globes look was designed by Valentino. The cornflower blue gown brought just the right amount of drama — those sleeves! — and a unique pop of color. And she even matched her hair to the dress! See that next…
Only Lady Gaga could pull off matching her hair to her blue gown. Rivaling that eye-catching hairstyle? Her Tiffany jewels — including a $5 million necklace comprised of a 20-carat pear-shaped center stone and more than 300 other brilliant diamonds. She also rocked diamond and platinum cluster earrings by the brand and finished her whole Globes look off with fabulous makeup. The smoky eye and pink lip were the perfect complement to this ultra-glam getup.
For the Grammys in Los Angeles on Feb. 10, Lady Gaga was seemingly inspired by disco. The superstar was a hit in this sparkly silver Celine confection featuring a fanned-out frill long the bodice and a daring sky-high slit.
Lady Gaga opted for stunning Dior Haute Couture at the SAG Awards. Her gorgeous white gown featured a plunging neckline, delicate, subtle tulle detailing and a sky-high slit. But to truly appreciate this couture creation, we need to take a closer look…
Lady Gaga's Dior design was even more stunning up close, as you can see the feminine tulle details and ruching along the bodice. Next up, a better look at her hair, makeup and jewels!
Though her dress gave off a more ethereal vibe, Lady Gaga brought a touch of gothic drama through her makeup. She opted for a smokey eye and a super-dark lip and finished her look with some edgy pieces from Tiffany & Co.'s 2019 Blue Book Collection — including a choker with diamond-studded half hearts and stars.
When it came time for the Academy Awards, Lady Gaga pulled out all the stops in this nod to Old Hollywood. From the glam black look by Alexander McQueen to the leather opera gloves to her necklace steeped in Hollywood history, this look stuck to the classics. See her necklace next…
Lady Gaga sported the famous Tiffany Yellow Diamond around her neck, featuring a 128 carat yellow diamond and another 100 carats of white diamonds. And she added extra bling in the form of matching earrings — as if that stunner of a necklace wasn't enough!
A jumpsuit plus tulle equals fashion magic! Yara Shahidi proved her fashionista status in this stunning Fendi Couture design at the SAG Awards. From the delicate and sheer sleeves to the intricate collared detail and layers of sweet tulle over an edgy jumpsuit, this unique look truly stood out in a sea of lackluster gowns.
A Golden Globes goddess! Regina King donned this custom Alberta Ferretti structured and strapless metallic rose-hued design at the Globes. It glimmered on the red carpet and made for a major fashion moment.
Now for a hot pink moment! Regina King stuck with pink on the BAFTAs red carpet in London on Feb. 10, though this time chose a brighter variety. The star was an instant hit in this glam Versace gown with an asymmetrical neckline, fitted bodice and thigh-high slit.
For the night of her big win at the Academy Awards, Regina King donned a sleek, strapless Oscar de la Renta confection. The Best Supporting Actress winner's gown featured a thigh-high slit and a seriously dramatic train all in a stunning white shade.
Alison Brie inexplicably channeled a Victoria's Secret Fashion Show model at the SAG Awards. The star's Miu Miu frock was the definition of extra with its ridiculous, oversized wings-like bow detail on the back. Let's take a closer look…
The back of Alison Brie's Miu Miu gown was just as bizarre as the front with its ridiculous oversized bow detail, which was bedazzled and nearly went down to her knees. Yikes!
The darling black-and-white polka-dot dress that Olivia Munn wore to the Critics' Choice Awards was a crowd pleaser! This sweet little number featured a ruffled neckline, off-the-shoulder sleeves and a bow detail around the waist.
Has leopard print on an award show red carpet ever been a good idea? Anne Hathaway's Golden Globes ensemble is a good case for no. The Elie Saab creation featured multicolored (and sequined!) animal-print patterns, resulting in a fashion miss.
Laura Harrier's style has been unmatched this award season. Our favorite look? This hot pink Loewe confection she wore to the SAG Awards! From the color to the cut — those sleeves! — this strapless gown wowed us in the best way. We've just got to see it from different angles…
The incredible sleeves on Laura Harrier's Loewe gown are best seen from the side. This view also shows off her stunning waves, gorgeous earrings and perfect red lip. Next up, another great ensemble from Laura…
Proving the power of the LBD, Laura Harrier landed on every best dressed list with this strapless Brandon Maxwell design she chose for the Directors Guild Awards. Next up, a look at her equally gorgeous accessory choice.
Bringing a little bling to Laura Harrier's gorgeous black gown? These Bulgari diamond earrings, which delivered the perfect amount of sparkle.
Laura Harrier continued to dominate award season fashion at the BAFTAs in London on Feb. 10, this time wearing Louis Vuitton. The stunning orange number, with its delicate pleating at the collar and sleeves, was perfectly accessorized with nude heels and a fun bedazzled barrette that Laura wore in her hair.
Rachel Brosnahan's SAG Awards dress left us on the fence — the Dior gown was certainly a beautiful blue hue, and we loved the bow details, but the odd length threw us off. The garment seemed to be too long to be tea length and too short to be floor length. Despite the iffy choice, Rachel certainly scored a hit with her accessories. See her gorgeous earrings next…
Though her Dior dress disappointed, Rachel Brosnahan's Irene Neuwirth earrings salvaged the look! From the sweet bow shape to that gorgeous pearl-and-diamond combo, these were our favorite accessory choice on SAG Awards night!
We loved the shade of Rachel Brosnahan's rich green Erdem BAFTAs gown. But one thing we couldn't get behind? That massive, distracting bedazzled bow at the waist.
A+, Mindy Kaling! The star wore this one-shouldered emerald green Oscar de la Renta design to the Producers Guild Awards. From the hue to that fun ruffle detail, this one was an instant hit.
Black, white and navy served as a killer combo for Kaley Cuoco, who wore this darling white and midnight blue Monique Lhuillier look with a sweet black bow at the waist to the Golden Globes. The best part of this dress? It had pockets!
Lily Collins, who wore this bizarre navy blue Givenchy Haute Couture ensemble, was one of the biggest misses from the BAFTAs. From the strangely cropped blazer to the tiered short skirt with a sheer patterned overlay, there was nothing to love about this look.
Sarah Paulson rarely finds herself anywhere but on the hit list — but this shiny Prada frock wasn't her best fashion decision. From the cut-out to that flashy metallic fabric, we expected more from the star's Directors Guild Awards ensemble. Next up, check out her beauty look and see those earrings…
Diamond drop earrings have been trending this award season, but the thin width of Sarah Paulson's Nikos Koulis diamonds set hers apart. She finished off her shiny blue Prada look with a hot pink lip to bring even more unusual color into the mix.
Dapper in Dior! Rami Malek wore this black double-breasted Dior suit to the SAG Awards, resulting in a sharp and chic fashion moment.
Rami Malek flipped the script at the BAFTAs in London on Feb. 10, donning a white suit with a black dress shirt instead of the inverse we so typically see on the red carpet. The change of pace was nice, earning Rami an easy spot on the hit list.
Best new artist winner Dua Lipa sparkled on the Grammys red carpet thanks to her exquisite Atelier Versace gown. The crystal mesh column dress featured delicately draped blue and gray silk satin that cascaded into a glamorous train, and she brought even more shimmer to the mix with her accessories…
Grammys darling Dua Lipa needed something pretty extraordinary to rival that Versace gown, so she added this dazzling diamond necklace by Bulgari.
Almost, but not quite! The golden yellow hue of Claire Foy's Golden Globe Awards gown was beautiful, but the cut of her Miu Miu dress messed up the start of a good thing. As much as we wanted to love the frock, which featured sparkly embellishments in a sunburst shape on the skirt, the less-than-perfect fit and wrinkly fabric ruined things for us. Her hair, makeup and jewels are up next…
Claire Foy turned things around with her beauty look. Though her Miu Miu gown was a bummer, her crimson lip, glam updo and those dazzling Lorraine Schwartz diamond drop earrings salvaged things.
Metallic Melissa McCarthy! The star sparkled in silver, donning this long-sleeved, shimmering frock with a plunging neckline to the SAG Awards. She kept with her glittery, shimmering theme when it came to accessories too!
Bringing even more sparkle to Melissa McCarthy's silver SAG Awards look? These pretty Chopard diamond drop earrings.
A minidress? At the Golden Globes? Elisabeth Moss failed miserably on one of Hollywood's biggest nights. The star was an instant miss in this short and strapless Christian Dior dress.
Nicole Kidman's Armani Prive confection — a black strapless number with a dash of white in the form of an architectural wave of fabric — was a winner at the Critics' Choice Awards. That color combo brought an Old Hollywood vibe, which she balanced with her beauty look. See that next…
Her gown was dramatic and dressy, so Nicole Kidman juxtaposed that look with messy waves and minimal makeup. We liked this interesting take, and the way she went sans necklace to keep the spotlight on that unique gown.
This simple white Atelier Versace number might not have been host Sandra Oh's most standout look at the Golden Globes, but the sleek fitted frock — which featured one oversized pleated sleeve and a pleated bodice — was a winner in our book.
Linda Cardellini donned this darling pale pink gown at the Producers Guild Awards. The strapless Georges Chakra design featured just the right amount of delicate sequined detailing and tulle without overdoing it. And it paired perfectly with that clutch.
Linda Cardellini, can we get your stylist's number? The star continued to shine this award season on the BAFTAs red carpet in London on Feb. 10, this time she donned a tea-length gown with a fitted bodice, silver detailing at the waist and a full tulle skirt.
We weren't fans of Keri Russell's Directors Guild Awards look. The one-shouldered black lace Oscar de la Renta gown seemed dated, but all wasn't lost: Next up, get a better look at her amazing statement earrings.
Keri Russell accessorized her lackluster Oscar de la Renta dress with some pretty incredible statement earrings. The star sported these 18K gold wood Silvia Furmanovich baubles, which featured diamond and tourmaline accents, on the Directors Guild Awards red carpet.
Connie Britton opted for lime green on the Critics' Choice Awards red carpet. Her shimmery Galvan confection featured spaghetti straps, a thigh-high slit and an extra slit at the neckline — amounting to a surprising and successful sartorial choice for the star.
Alison Brie's Brock Collection frock at the Producers Guild Awards was polarizing. Though we liked the spaghetti-strap dress with its floral corset and frilly skirt, her equally frilly shoe choice took this look over the top in a bad way.
Charlize Theron's glimmering Givenchy Critics' Choice Awards gown featured one shoulder, an ombre gray-and-silver fade and a triangular cut-out at the navel — all of which brought an edge that was balanced out by the full, pleated skirt.
Michael B. Jordan tried to pull off the harness trend at the 2019 SAG Awards, but even he couldn't make it work. His custom Louis Vuitton look comprised of a navy and black tuxedo and patent derby shoes included the bizarre accessory (which LV designer Virgil Abloh calls a "mid-layer garment") in a multicolored print complete with some signature Louis Vuitton emblems.
Katy Perry arrived at the 2019 Grammys in Los Angeles on Feb. 10 looking like an actual cupcake. The pop star rocked this bizarre Balmain confection that we couldn't get behind. It started with a strapless silver bodice before giving way to a ridiculous silhouette covered in bubblegum pink tulle.
Couture can be dangerous, as evidenced by Thandie Newton's fashion misstep at the BAFTAs in London on Feb. 10. She appeared to be swallowed up by this black-and-white Valentino confection, which was fitted at the top before giving way to an excessively full skirt.
Camila Cabello donned a sparkly hot pink Armani number at the Grammys in Los Angeles on Feb. 10. We loved the high neck, the long sleeves and the way this look sparkled when the light hit it.
We weren't crazy about Lucy Boynton's Erdem look at the SAG Awards in Los Angeles on Jan. 27. It was comprised of a floral, thick-strapped frock as a base and a sheer, high-necked and long-sleeved layer covered with tiny black polka dots on top.
Lucy Boynton served up some whimsical red carpet looks this award season, but this Dior design she wore to the BAFTAs on Feb. 10 was by far our favorite. With its feminine tulle-embellished bodice, black accents and beautiful abstract print down the pleated skirt, this one marked her first hit of the season!
Anna Kendrick scored a huge hit in this pink feathered minidress at the Grammys in Los Angeles on Feb. 10. We adored the flirty Ralph & Russo frock, its silver embellishments and the way she completed things with those complementary silver Stuart Weitzman heels.
Margot Robbie underwhelmed in this Chanel column dress at the SAG Awards in Los Angeles on Jan. 27. The simple white-and-gold frock paired with an equally unexciting hairstyle just made this look too easy to forget.
Margot Robbie served up another miss at the BAFTAs in London on Feb. 10, but this one was more flagrant. We got serious figure-skater-couture vibes from this Chanel Haute Couture number and its bedazzled and tulle-adorned design.
Gentlemen, take note! Country music star Kane Brown showed off an easy way to jazz up a simple black suit and make a splash on the red carpet — just add a snazzy dress shirt! Kane's Versace look at the 2019 Grammys included a baroque-patterned shirt that elevated his otherwise classic black menswear ensemble.