Every single dress from the Oscars’ red carpet 2018

Inside Hollywood's most stylish night as your favourite A-list stars take over the 2018 Oscars' red carpet.
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The 90th annual Academy Awards are finally here and they’re set to cap off the most memorable award season ever.

And before we strap in for the three-hour long ceremony, hosted once again by the very brave Jimmy Kimmel, it’s time to feast our eyes on every single dress from the 2018 Oscars’ red carpet.

All eyes will be on homegrown hero Margot Robbie, whose style evolution has been just as incredible as her career trajectory.

READ MORE: How the stars are getting ready for the 2018 Oscars!

From humble beginnings on Ramsay Street, to Best Actress nominee at the 2018 Oscars thanks to her powerful portrayal of controversial ice skating identity Tonya Harding in I, Tonya, the 27-year-old is still coming to terms with her first-ever Academy Award nomination.

“We all started screaming and my mum was crying. It was amazing,” Margot revealed of the moment she found out she’d landed an Oscar nod.

Dunkirk‘s Lee Smith is also flying the Aussie flag with a Best Film Editing nomination for the World War II flick.

READ MORE: The full list of 2018 Oscar nominees and winners!

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Meanwhile, names like Giuliana Rancic Jennifer Garner and Dame Helen Mirren have been leading the glamour on the Oscars’ red carpet at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California.

Of course, in the wake of #MeToo the 2018 Oscars will no doubt be punctuated with many poignant moments and we can’t wait to see how the event tackles the groundbreaking movement.

Scroll through to check out all the best red carpet moments from the 2018 Oscars!

And don’t forget to get your votes in for the Aussie equivalent of the Oscars – the 2018 TV WEEK Logie Awards. You can cast your votes right here!

Best Actress nominee Saroise Ronan opts for a strapless pink dress with a feature bow on the back.

Emma Stone puts her best foot forward in this chic power suit.

Emily Blunt cuts an ethereal figure.

Total knockout. There are no words for Nicole Kidman in Armani Prive.

Nic will take to the stage later tonight to present an award.

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Nicole Kidman arrives on the Oscars red carpet

Jennifer Lawrence looks like a living doll in Dior.

Best Actress nominee Meryl Streep is absolutely ravishing in red.

Presenter Sandra Bullock brings the shimmer and shine!

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Nicole Kidman hilariously interrupts Sandra Bullock’s interview at the Oscars

Greta Gerwig could make history tonight as she’s up for the Best Director award.

Tiffany Haddish says her incredible Oscars’ gown was inspired by her late father. “There have been really awesome, really great times and some bad times. My father passed away this year and he’s from Eritrea,” she told E! on the red carpet.

She’s here and she’s already a winner in our eyes! Best Actress nominee Margot Robbie has arrived.

The 27-year-old looks every inch a Hollywood heavyweight in this Chanel Fall couture gown.

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Margot Robbie and her mum speak about her Oscars nomination

Our hearts! Margot has brought along her beloved mum Sarie Kessler for the big night.

Margot has credited her mum for being one of her biggest role models.

Phwoah! Jennifer Garner is having a major moment in royal blue and we’re here for it.

Matthew McConaughey and his wife Camila Alves bring the cute to the red carpet.

Black Panther co-stars Lupita-Nyong’o and Danai Gurira.

We can all go home now, the one and only Whoopi Goldberg just won the red carpet!

Viola Davis isn’t afraid to pack a punch of colour in a fuchsia dress by Michael Kors and big, statement-making hoops.

Bow down! Double nominee Mary J. Blige has arrived.

She seriously never gets it wrong. Dame Helen Mirren living up to her prestigious title in a custom deep blue dress by Reem Acra.

Best Actor nominee Daniel Kaluuya puts a modern twist on this mustard-coloured blazer.

The Big Sick creator and actor Kumail Nanjiani with his wife Emily V. Gordon.

Actress and producer Gina Rodriguez dons the colour of the night – nude!

Big Little Lies favourite Laura Dern’s elegant white ensemble gets a big tick.

Lesley Manville is up for Best Supporting Actress in Phantom Thread.

Wonder Woman’s Gal Gadot.

Salma Hayek’s busy look has divided fans, with many saying she’ resembles a chandelier.

Elisabeth Moss dons a #TimesUp pin on the belt of her dress.

Living legend Jane Fonda knows how to make an entrance. The 80-year-old looks absolutely flawless in a figure-hugging white dress and a #TimesUp badge.

Australian actress Samara Weaving looks like a Grecian goddess in this dreamy peach ensemble. Her movie Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri is up for the Best Film gong.

Mark Hamill and Marilou York prove you don’t need to take the red carpet too seriously!

Empire‘s Taraji P. Henson.

It’s a huge night for actress Ashley Judd who, along with other victims who suffered at the hands of Harvey Weinstein, will be presenting an award.

Ashley and Mira Sorvino cuddle up.

Best Supporting Actor nominee Sam Rockwell shares an adorable moment with Leslie Bibb.

Richard Jenkins, with his wife Sharon R. Friedrick, is nominated the second time thanks to his supporting role in The Shape of Water.

Call Me By Your Name co-stars.

Best Supporting Actress nominee Allison Janney rocks it in red! This is the I, Tonya stars first ever Oscar nomination and the bookies reckon she’s going to win.

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Nicole Kidman greeting fans on the way to the Oscars

Christopher Plummer replaced Kevin Spacey in All The Money In The World and has since picked up a Best Actor nomination – and at 88, he’s the oldest Oscar nominee ever. We’re rooting for you!

Kelly Ripa is business at the front, party at the back and we LOVE it.

Get Out director Jordan Peele with his leading lady Chelsea Peretti.

And we have our first Aussie on the red carpet. A round of applause for Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri star Abbie Cornish.

Mira Sorvino won the 1996 Best Supporting Actress for Mighty Aphrodite so she’ll be able to share some sage advice to tonight’s nominees.

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Heidi Klum getting ready for the Oscars

Fresh from the slopes of the Winter Olympics, bronze medallist Lindsey Vonn steps out in a black feathered frock.

Patrick Stewart is his co-star and Sunny Ozell date for the night!

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Beanie Feldsteid, sister of Jonah Hill, on the female themes in Lady Bird

Actress and producer Eva Marie Saint will be presenting an award tonight.

Spanish actress Paz Vega brings a pop of floral.

Get Out stunner Allison Williams oozes elegance in this high-neck, nude number.

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Allison Williams says being at the Oscars is her childhood dream

Vampire Academy‘s Zoey Deutch rocks a ruffled silver dress and romantic, tumbling curls.

Mexican actress and singer Eiza González turns heads in a canary yellow, full-length gown.

After last year’s infamous wardrobe malfunction, actress Blanca Blanco is still daring to bare with this plunging neckline.

Before she anchors E!‘s red carpet coverage, host with the most Giuliana Rancic strikes a pose.

Get Out‘s Betty Gabriel.

Maria Menounos keeps it classic in a dramatic black ball gown.

Singer/actress Sofia Carson is a total vision in this flowing red dress with an elegant cape.

Work it!

From the ice rink, to the red carpet! Figure skating heroes and Olympic gold medal winners Adam Rippon and Mirai Nagasu.

Spider-Man’s Tom Holland.

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