​Keira Knightley, 2006. | 22 Words

After seeing Joaquin Phoenix's fashion choice at this year's Oscars, fans are loving his incredible stance...

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But first, let's take a trip down Oscar's fashion memory lane ...

Cameron Diaz, 2010.

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This Oscar de la Renta gown was pretty as a princess.

Kate Hudson, 2003.

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Simple but effective in Versace.

Audrey Hepburn, 1954.

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Absolutely classic in Givenchy.

Kate Winslet, 2002.

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A Ben de Lisi number accessorised with a smile.

Penelope Cruz, 2007.

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Showing everyone how it's done in Atelier Versace.

Michelle Williams, 2006.

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The mustard Vera Wang dress was a risk that absolutely paid off.

Elizabeth Hurley, 1995.

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The matching Versa dress and bag are nothing short of iconic.

Angelina Jolie, 2004.

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Pairing draped Marc Bouwer silk with a quiff and black kohl liner was an inspired choice.

Keira Knightley, 2006.

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Gothic yet glamorous in Vera Wang.

Halle Berry, 2002.

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This semi-sheer Ellie Saab dress was an instant classic.

Cate Blanchett, 2005.

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This Valenti look scream old Hollywood.

Julia Roberts, 2001.

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The vintage Valentino is just the right side of minimal.

Nicole Kidman, 1997.

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Upstaging Tom Cruise in Dior.

Mila Kunis, 2011.

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​This lacy lilac Ellie Saab dress is sweet and stunning.

Jennifer Lopez, 2012.

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This Zuhair Murad dress is like a beautiful optical illusion ...

Jennifer Lawrence, 2013.

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Simply beautiful in Dior Couture.

Jennifer Aniston, 2013.

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Stealing the show in pillar box Valentino.

Anne Hathaway, 2013.

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This pale pink Prada number is minimal, but it works.

Charlize Theron, 2014.

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Structural in Christian Dior.

Winona Ryder, 1997.

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This gothic ensemble is a beaded delight.

Natalia Portman, 2020.

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Not only is this cape incredible to look at, but it was embroidered with all the named of snubbed female directors - so cool.

Lupita Nyong'o, 2014.

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Kind of reminds me of Disney's Cinderella, in the best way.

Billy Porter, 2019.

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This androgynous ensemble is proof that a suit doesn't have to be boring.

Marion Cotillard, 2008.

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Like a beautiful, glamorous mermaid.

Janelle Monae, 2020.

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Handmaid's Tale, but make it fashion.

Grace Kelly, 1955.

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This silky mint green number is totally adorable.

Jessica Alba, 2006.

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This is the pinnacle of 2006 fashion.

Gemma Chan, 2019.

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Just look at her!

Salma Hayek, 1997.

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Huge props for making blue eyeshadow and a tiara not look ridiculous.

Madonna, 1998.

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Sure, it's a little bit witchy - but she looks like she's having the best time.

Jennifer Lawrence, 2011.

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Only Jen could make such a simple dress look like such a showstopper.

Barbra Streisand, 1969.

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From the full sequin skirt to the oversized collar to the most '60s hair ever - it's perfect.

Reese Witherspoon, 2006.

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Perfectly princess-y - we love the pale pink ribbon detail!

Uma Thurman, 1995.

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'90s and princess all wrapped up in one.

Diahann Carroll, 1969.

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She just looks like the most pretty thing we've ever seen.

Claire Danes, 1997.

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Wearing a t-shirt to the Oscars? Iconic!

Cher, 1998.

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Although honestly, you could pretty much include any of Cher's Oscar looks on this list.

Celine Dion, 1999.

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Do we like it? No. But is it iconic? Most certainly.

Faye Dunaway, 1968.

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We just want to be a part of this photograph, tbh.

Bjork, 2001.

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We don't care what anyone says - this is a good dress!

Angelina Jolie, 2012.

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If your dress sparks a meme, you know it's iconic.

Amy Adams, 2013.

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We kind of want to take a nap on it.

Emma Stone, 2015.

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She kind of looks like she's dressed as an Oscar, rght?

Kacey Musgraves, 2019.

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Honestly, if we were invited to the Oscars, we'd for sure wear something like this.

Sharon Stone, 1998.

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Wearing a mens Gap shirt to the Oscars? Again, iconic!

Beyonce, 2005.

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Proof that when you're Beyonce, a black dress, a ponytail and some earrings will do the job.

And finally, Joaquin Phoenix, 2021.

Rocking the exact same suit as last year!