Wonderwall.com is taking a look back at the biggest red carpet fashion trends of award season 2018, starting with our favorite: gowns with feather details, which have been super-popular this year. Angelina Jolie kicked off the trend during the Golden Globes in a stunning black Atelier Versace gown. Now keep reading to see more celebs in feathered frocks, plus check out more of the year's biggest style trends…
Angelina Jolie rocked another dress with feathers — a Ralph & Russo confection with a feathered bodice and an asymmetrical skirt — during the Critics' Choice Awards.
The deep-emerald Georges Chakra gown that Jaimie Alexander donned during the Critics' Choice Awards featured feathers along the hemline and across the train.
Jackie Cruz donned a Rami Kadi gown with a feathered skirt in various shades of lavender during the SAG Awards.
Little Big Town singer Karen Fairchild donned a feathered Monique Lhuillier gown during the Grammys.
The dress-pants-hybrid look — as demonstrated by Alison Brie in a Zoulias creation — had a major moment during the Golden Globes.
Alison Brie and Christina Hendricks (in Christian Siriano) were practically twinning during the Golden Globes!
Debra Messing donned a short-sleeved version of the look by Christian Siriano during the Globes.
And finally, "Lady Bird" actress Laurie Metcalf rocked the dress-pants-hybrid look in a Sachin & Babi confection during the Golden Globes.
Many stars added pops of color to their otherwise all-black ensembles during the Golden Globes with their bling — and no jewel has been more popular this year than emeralds. Zoe Kravitz, for example, donned massive Lorraine Schwartz emerald drop earrings during the Globes. But she wasn't the only one who rocked green stones…
Issa Rae donned a stunning Lorraine Schwartz diamond-and-emerald pendant necklace during the Golden Globes.
Debra Messing donned emerald Lorraine Schwartz jewels — stud earrings and a massive cocktail ring — during the Golden Globes.
Jaimie Alexander took the trend to the Critics' Choice Awards with Sylva & Cie's Emerald Slice Thorn Earrings.
During the SAG Awards, Niecy Nash donned a green cold-shoulder Julea Domani dress with ruffled statement sleeves.
Molly Sims certainly made a statement with the architectural sleeves of the Alberta Ferretti gown that she donned during the InStyle and Warner Bros. Golden Globes afterparty.
Countless stars have worn off-the-shoulder dresses on the red carpet this year. Reese Witherspoon donned our favorite version of the trend — a deep-green Zac Posen dress with statement sleeves — during the SAG Awards.
"Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them" star Alison Sudol also rocked a black off-the-shoulder dress during the Golden Globes.
Samira Wiley looked gorgeous in an off-the-shoulder Rebecca Vallance gown with ruffles along the neckline during the Critics' Choice Awards.
Molly Shannon looked red-hot in an off-the-shoulder Badgley Mischka gown with a sweetheart neckline (and statement sleeves!) during the SAG Awards.
Fortunately for ladies who like to keep their shoulders covered, structured shoulders have been popular this year too! Take the one-sleeved Atelier Versace gown that Saoirse Ronan donned during the Golden Globes, for example.
Isabelle Huppert looked super-chic in a Chloé confection with embellished shoulders during the Golden Globes. If you look closely, you can also make out her emerald-and-diamond Chopard chandelier earrings. So on-trend!
Yvonne Strahovski took the collar trend to the SAG Awards, where she wore a lacy Ester Abner number.
Leah Remini kept the trend going with the floral lace Valentino gown that she wore during the PGA Awards.
Tracee Ellis Ross was a vision in white in a Ralph & Russo Haute Couture column gown with an asymmetrical neckline and cape during the SAG Awards.
Cara Buono donned an embroidered Hussein Bazaza gown with a high neckline and a cape during the SAG Awards.
Abbie Cornish took the trend to the Critics' Choice Awards, where she rocked a Hilfiger Collection gown with a sheer half-cape.
Gal Gadot sparkled in a silver Prada gown with a plunging neckline and a pleated skirt during the Critics' Choice Awards.
Mary Steenburgen donned a sleeveless silver Cédric Charlier gown during the Critics' Choice Awards.
Maren Morris looked super-trendy in a silver cold-shoulder Julien Macdonald dress with a sheer skirt during the Grammys. Speaking of the cold-shoulder trend…
"The Gifted" actress Elena Satine donned a cold-shoulder Rubin Singer LBD during the Critics' Choice Awards. The sleeves of the divisive dress connected at the back to create a quasi-cape.
We call this the "Victorian-inspired" look: a conservative gown with long sleeves and a high neckline (and occasionally lots of lace!). Kate Bosworth modeled the trend during the Critics' Choice Awards in a Brock Collection creation with a truly bizarre asymmetrical peplum waist.
Skyler Samuels looked red-hot in a Victorian-inspired GIAMBA Paris gown (with structured shoulders and a sheer skirt!) during the Critics' Choice Awards.
Yara Shahidi donned a pretty purple floral-print Giambattista Valli dress with long sleeves and a high neckline during the Critics' Choice Awards.
Kate Hudson might have been on-trend with the pink heart-print Valentino gown with long sleeves, a high neckline and black lace that she donned during the SAG Awards, but that didn't mean we had to like it!
Abbie Cornish also donned a divisive Victorian-inspired gown during the SAG Awards. We weren't wild about her Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini dress, which featured plenty of white lace but also jarring black velvet straps across the bodice.
Tracee Ellis Ross took the long-sleeve-high-neckline trend to the PGA Awards, where she donned a gorgeous orange Tory Burch gown.