From remarkable red carpet gowns we'll never forget to the wardrobe missteps that gave us fashion nightmares, Wonderwall.com is taking a look back at the last decade's most fabulous (and unfortunate!) sartorial selections. First up is a gown that inspired its own iconic pose! Angelina Jolie's iconic leg-pop moment occurred at the 2012 Academy Awards in this glamorous black Atelier Versace gown. The strapless design featured a thigh-high slit that allowed for her famous stance to go down in red carpet history! Keep reading for more of the best and worst celebrity looks from 2010 to 2019…
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Remember this look? Gwyneth Paltrow's sleek Tom Ford caped gown drew raves when she wore it to the 2012 Academy Awards — and it proved to be way ahead of its time. Just think how many capes have graced the red carpet since!
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Meme-worthy dresses are always very memorable. Case in point? Beyonce's 2016 Met Gala gown! The Givenchy design was made of nude latex and featured round raised embellishments that many on social media likened to pimples!
This next look has gone down as one of the strangest stunts ever pulled on a red carpet. At the 2010 MTV Video Music Awards, Lady Gaga stepped out wearing this jaw-dropping dress… comprised entirely of meat. Yep, even the shoes were fashioned from animal flesh. Creator Franc Fernandez estimated that the ensemble weighed about 40 pounds.
Katy Perry recreated an iconic look from the '00s at the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards — Britney Spears' patchwork denim dress! Katy tapped Versace to create the homage to Britney's old American Music Awards look.
Long before she was a household name, Jennifer Lawrence made headlines at her very first Academy Awards in this eye-catching slinky red Calvin Klein number. The star was up for best actress at the 2011 show for her work in "Winter's Bone" and though she didn't take home the trophy, she landed a spot on many best dressed lists.
Yikes! Nicki Minaj showed up at the 2011 Grammys in this leopard-print disaster. Her Givenchy look included a spotted minidress, matching boots, gloves and a headband all topped off with an intense sky-high wig.
When many people think of iconic Met Gala gowns from the last decade, this next look comes to mind. Rihanna donned this divisive yellow Guo Pei design at the 2015 event — an off-the-shoulder robe that included a massive filigree-embroidered train that spawned hundreds of memes.
Holding it down for the men in the terrible fashion department? CeeLo Green, who wore this unforgettably awful gold monstrosity to the 2017 Grammy Awards.
Tony- and Emmy-winning actor Billy Porter made a memorable entrance at the 2019 Academy Awards when he introduced the world to the tuxedo gown. The design by Christian Siriano featured silk lapels, a black bow tie, ruffles along the sleeves' edges and a full ballgown skirt for maximum drama.
Everyone remembers this dress! In September 2019, Jennifer Lopez hit the Versace runway during Milan Fashion Week wearing a palm-print green gown inspired by the iconic green Versace dress that she wore to the 2000 Grammys nearly 20 years earlier. From the daringly low neckline to the open skirt, J.Lo proved she's still got it just a few months after she turned 50.
Before crop tops and two-piece ensembles became a massive trend on the red carpet, Kendall Jenner arrived at amfAR's 22nd Cinema Against AIDS Gala during the 2015 Cannes Film Festival in this Calvin Klein Collection combo. The rich purple design featured a halter-style crop top and a gorgeous flowing skirt and ushered in an era of copycats.
Duchess Meghan showed off her royal baby bump at the British Fashion Awards in London in December 2018 in this gorgeous black velvet gown by Clare Waight Keller for Givenchy, who'd also designed her wedding dress.
The strangest accessory of the decade goes to Jaden Smith! The young star arrived at the 2017 Met Gala in head-to-toe Louis Vuitton clutching his recently chopped off hair.
Kacey Musgraves solidified herself as one to watch on the red carpet when she showed up in this dress at the 2019 Grammys. The star's eye-catching Valentino Haute Couture gown was not only beautiful in that pale blush shade with a berry-colored belt. It also paid homage to her Grammy-winning album "Golden Hour," as the neckline was similar to the pink fan she holds on the cover.
One of the most talked-about dresses in the history of the Met Gala hit the red carpet in 2013. Kim Kardashian West attended in this floral Givenchy gown while pregnant with her first child, North West, and the fabric was instantly compared to curtains, a couch and "Mrs. Doubtfire."
Who would have thought Sarah Jessica Parker would be involved in one of the strangest Golden Globe fashion moments of the last decade? The typically stylish star donned this white Vera Wang gown with cut-outs at the shoulders, long-sleeves and a messy train for the 2017 Globes and landed herself on many miss lists. Fun fact: If you thought this look bridal, you're right! It was actually a Vera Wang wedding dress!
One of the worst dresses of 2010? The unfortunate Dior design that Charlize Theron wore to that year's Academy Awards. From the fitted frock's awkwardly placed floral designs on the bodice to the wrinkled fabric and unimpressive train, this purple pick was a miss.
If you're looking for an example of purple done right in 2010, look no further than Zoe Saldana's gorgeous Givenchy gown at the Academy Awards. The actress arrived in this dreamy strapless confection that featured a sparkly bodice that gave way to a lilac skirt that cascaded into darker shades of purple in an ombre effect.
Amal Clooney made a serious splash at the 2015 Golden Globes in this glamorous black one-shouldered Christian Dior dress with a delicate train. Though the dress was fabulous, it was eclipsed by her surprising accessory choice — those long white silk gloves, which left fashion fans divided.
Jennifer Lopez rarely makes missteps on the red carpet, making her 2019 Grammy Awards ensemble all the more shocking. She wore this bizarre sleeveless Ralph & Russo design — complete with excessive jeweled embellishments along the neckline and bodice — and then topped it off with a hideous wide-brimmed hat.
Pretty as a princess! Rachel Weisz's 2019 BAFTAs gown gave us fairy tale vibes with its creamy vanilla tulle and delicate tiered layers. The Gucci design tied together with a beautiful bedazzled belt was one of our favorite looks of the entire award season.
Sometimes a red carpet ensemble goes down in history for what it celebrates, like this one-shouldered tangerine Lanvin gown that Beyonce rocked at the 2011 MTV Video Music Awards when she debuted her baby bump, revealing that she was pregnant with daughter Blue Ivy Carter.
Cate Blanchett has impeccable style, so nailing down her best Academy Awards look was tough. Which gown came out victorious? Her 2011 Oscars Givenchy dress, which featured structured sleeves and intricate pale pink and yellow beading down the bodice that flowed into the skirt, ending in perfectly delicate pleating — an A+ fashion moment.
A major fashion moment between besties! Selena Gomez and Taylor Swift arrived at the 2016 Grammys together and posed on the red carpet in some killer couture. Selena opted for a slinky navy blue gown by Calvin Klein complete with cut-outs and a deep V. Taylor selected this standout Atelier Versace design comprised of a bold orange crop top and a hot pink skirt with a sky-high slit up the front.
A few months after marrying Prince William, Duchess Kate showed the world her princess-ready style at the ARK 10th Anniversary Gala Dinner in London in June 2011. The newly minted royal wore this beautiful baby pink Jenny Packham gown that featured delicate Swarovski crystal embellishments.
Over the last few years, Zendaya has established herself as a style icon, but one of her boldest looks came in 2018 at the GQ Men of the Year Awards. The star arrived in this surprising color combo — marigold, purple and black — with perfect draping, a thigh-high slit and one thick strap courtesy of Ralph & Russo.
We found there was something Michael B. Jordan couldn't pull off in 2019 — a harness. The star donned this bizarre trend at the 2019 SAG Awards — a navy-and-black Louis Vuitton tuxedo topped with the weird accessory, which was dubbed a bib by some fashion designers, in a pink, purple and black print.
Natalie Portman executed exemplary maternity style on the Golden Globes red carpet in 2011. The actress stunned in this beautiful pale pink Viktor & Rolf creation that featured a rose embellishment down the bodice atop her baby bump.
Diane Kruger served up some serious prom vibes at the 2010 Golden Globes. She arrived in a pink ombre design by Christian Lacroix that started with a bold fuchsia hue and ended in a a paler pink shade.
If you thought Madonna's bizarre bullfighter getup at the 2015 Grammys was strange, you would have been ever more confused by the back. That view is NSFW, as the star's frock was essentially a thong from behind. She accessorized her Givenchy ensemble with thigh-high boots and full-length fingerless gloves because why not — the look really couldn't get any weirder.
Chrissy Teigen suffered a major wardrobe malfunction at the 2016 American Music Awards: The model and cookbook author's black Yousef Akbar frock featured slits that went up to her waist, resulting in Chrissy showing off more than she wanted to on the red carpet.
An outfit that made one of the splashiest entrances this decade? Katy Perry's 2018 Met Gala getup. The pop star arrived in massive wings crafted from real feathers by the artisans at Versace, who also designed her gold minidress and thigh-high boots.
At the 2010 MTV Video Music Awards, Cher got back into one of her most iconic looks ever — this bedazzled and barely there Bob Mackie number! The legend donned the sheer bodysuit from 1989's "If I Could Turn Back Time" video — and it still fit!
One of Cardi B's many fashion missteps in the last decade took place at the 2019 Grammys when she arrived in this vintage Mugler design comprised of a nude bodysuit and a black skirt that bloomed like a clam shell. The look was plucked from the designer's archives, but we think that's where it should have stayed.
Though slits weren't uncommon back in 2014, Kendall Jenner raised the bar at the MuchMusic Awards that year in this Fausto Puglisi gown. Instead of the usual single leg slit, this gown embraced two — and both nearly reached her waist. The risque look was truly a wardrobe malfunction waiting to happen.
One of our favorite fashion moments from Jennifer Garner took place at the 2014 Academy Awards when she donned this dazzling Oscar de la Renta gown with spaghetti straps and a tiered fringe skirt that gave impossibly glamorous 1920s vibes.
Tie-dye at the Globes? Sarah Michelle Gellar made a horrendous fashion misstep at the 2012 Golden Globes when she arrived sporting this strapless blue-and-white tie-dye gown by Monique Lhuillier. But at least she had a good excuse — she told E!'s Giuliana Rancic that her then-2-year-old daughter, Charlotte Prinze, had picked it out.
Beauty in blue! Lupita Nyong'o's most stunning fashion moment to date took place at the 2014 Academy Awards. Not only did she win a best supporting actress Oscar for her performance in "Twelve Years a Slave" that night, but won the red carpet in this dreamy pale blue Grecian-inspired Prada frock.
The fashion at the 2018 Golden Globes was definitely memorable, but not for any particular dress. Rather, it was the fact that every star matched… intentionally. In honor of the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements, every major star who attended the annual award show wore black. Here, big names like Reese Witherspoon, Eva Longoria, Salma Hayek and Ashley Judd are seen posing together in sartorial solidarity.
One star whose look fell flat amid the sea of black at the 2018 Golden Globes was Debra Messing, who pulled off a memorable miss in this awful cap-sleeved dress that gave way to a split showing off pants underneath.
Solange Knowles always pushes the envelope when it comes to fashion, but that doesn't mean that the Giles look she wore to the 2015 Met Gala was well-liked! The frock's odd circular silhouette and space-themed print certainly garnered its share of headlines.
We're still not sure how Rihanna pulled off this Jean Paul Gaultier gown on the 2011 Grammys red carpet. It simultaneously showed off nearly all her skin yet kept things modest with those alternating white and sheer tulle stripes.
We bet Jessica Biel regrets this next pick! The star arrived at the 2017 Golden Globes in this odd Elie Saab confection that featured a daringly minimal bodice and a super-full skirt in a black-and -white print with some weird accoutrements like 3D appliques and a thigh-high slit.
Michelle Williams was a vision in this cherry red lace Louis Vuitton confection at the 2012 Academy Awards. The star, who was up for her work in "My Week with Marilyn" that year, sported this beautiful strapless design featuring a peplum detail at the waist and a tiny train.
She told talk show host Ellen DeGeneres that she thought the look was a "disaster," but Gwyneth Paltrow sure did command attention at the "Iron Man 3" premiere in April 2013 in this Antonio Berardi design. The daring dress, which featured completely sheer sides that went up well past Gwyneth's hips, made headlines at the time because it left no doubt that the star had to go commando to wear it.
In 2015, Rihanna taught us that there's no such thing as too much tulle! The superstar made headlines when she arrived on the red carpet of that year's Grammys in this Giambattista Valli gown fit for a princess, complete with an empire waist and mounds and mounds of the fluffy, feminine fabric.
Another stellar maternity fashion moment? When Blake Lively debuted her first baby bump on a red carpet in 2014 wearing this beautiful multi-hued Michael Kors gown featuring long sleeves and a fitted silhouette.
The royals frequently attend the BAFTA Awards — Prince William is BAFTA patron — and in 2017, Duchess Kate arrived in style! The royal donned this stunning off-the-shoulder Alexander McQueen gown with floral embroidery and looked every bit a movie star.
One of our favorite looks from Duchess Meghan came in 2018 when she wore this sweet strapless Oscar de la Renta gown with a laser-cut bird design to the Australian Geographic Society Gala Awards.
This Galia Lahav gown topped many worst dressed lists at the 2019 Golden Globes! Lucy Liu donned the questionable frock — which featured a one-shouldered nude dress with neon-colored embellishments underneath a sheer full-length cape.
Why?! Elisabeth Moss inexplicably donned a minidress on one of Hollywood's biggest nights in 2019 — the Golden Globes. The actress scored a fashion miss in this super-short and strapless black Christian Dior design.
This black dress was anything but boring! Penelope Cruz arrived at the "Everybody Knows" premiere during the 2018 Cannes Film Festival in this stunning vintage Chanel number. The black lace dress featured thin straps and gathered tulle at the neckline and in panels down the full skirt.