There have been many fashion changes observed during the Red Carpet. So let’s take a look back at the best red carpet fashion of all time. Because whatever happens at the event and people might forget everything else, but everyone will remember what you wore.
Elizabeth Hurley wearing a Versace body-conscious gown at the Academy Awards in 1995.
Charlize Theron wore this outfit at the Academy Awards 2010 because Tangerine was a welcome reprieve from black on the statuesque blonde bombshell.
If we had legs like Diaz, we'd wear a mini dress to the Golden Globes too.
Kate Hudson wearing a graceful Versace gown at the Academy Awards in 2003.
The stunning Aussie has many a gowns to remember, but this sky blue frock was a standout.
Hayek played up her best assets, her famous curves, in this navy and black embroidered dress.
Keira Knightley at the 2012 Los Angeles Film Festival premiere of "Seeking A Friend For The End Of The World".
Nicole Kidman wearing an attractive red dress from Balenciaga at the Academy Awards in 2007.
The crystal-embellished sleeves make the dress and commanded a new wedding dress standard in an instant.
The exquisitely arranged palettes flattered Hathaway's figure perfectly and showed a new grown-up side to the actress.
The gorgeous Brit looked elegant in a steel-blue one shoulder gown from YSL.
Always ahead of the trends, Kruger did not disappoint in this pink ombre gown right before the trend exploded on the street.
Streep channeled the Oscar statue, which she later picked up that night for Best Actress.
The actress showed off just the right amount of skin in this gilded lace gown during Golden Globe Awards in 2013.
While she was only a presenter that night, Aniston brought out a stunning look in this Valentino Haute Couture dress.
This burgundy gown was the perfect departure from ubiquitous red during awards season.
This charming lady commanded everyone's attention in this eye catching red gown with matching lip.
Gomez's revealing look was a bold yet chic choice for the former Disney star.
Washington proved you don't need a sweeping gown for a major awards ceremony. A flirty metallic frock can be just as much of a scene stealer.
Black may sound boring for the red carpet, but the actress paid homage to the #TimesUp movement in the dark due, and an attention to detail, with crystal embellishment on the back made it a real standout.