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16 of the Best Vintage Style Moments at the Oscars

Gwyneth's pink dress though!

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    1954

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    1956

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    1969

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    1983

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    1991

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    1995

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    1995

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  • Elizabeth Taylor made an entrance in her wedding-style tiered gown.

  • Audrey Hepburn posed with her Best Actress Oscar wearing a Givenchy gown of dreams.

  • Grace Kelly secured her status as one of the most stylish movie icons of the era thanks to moments like this.

  • A sparkling Ava Gardner going one further than Amal Clooney wearing gloves AND a tiara. Fancy.

  • Barbra Streisand was doing sheer WAY before the Kardashians.

  • Best Actress winner Meryl Streep covered her baby bump in a gold gown in 1983.

  • Supermodel Cindy Crawford wore this show-stopping Versace dress in 1991, one of our fave Oscars dresses ever.

  • Elizabeth Hurley turned heads in this seriously stunning beaded white design.

  • Sarah Jessica Parker proved that black dresses really are a style staple in this strapless number.

  • An effortlessly elegant Goldie Hawn pictured with her partner Kurt Russell. LOVE that mint colour against Goldie's skin tone.

  • Nicole Kidman looked a vision in Christian Dior couture, proving that mustard yellow can look absolutely fantastic on the right dress.

  • Sharon Stone pulled off a unique pairing in 1998 - a white Gap shirt tucked into a skirt by Vera Wang.

  • Gwyneth Paltrow picked up her Best Actress award wearing a bubblegum pink gown by Ralph Lauren that has gone down as one of the most iconic Oscars dresses ever.

  • Renee Zellweger embraced Hollywood glamour in a L'Wren Scott column dress.

  • Julia Roberts' Valentino dress has gone down in fashion history.

  • Halle Berry's embroidered Elie Saab design was one of the most-talked about dresses of the night.