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February 25, 2013
Jessica Chastain, who was nominated for best actress for her role in "Zero Dark Thirty," arrived on the red carpet.
Best actress winner Jennifer Lawrence wore Dior Haute Couture.
As soon as “Les Misérables” star Anne Hathaway arrived on the red carpet, the social media universe exploded, claiming that the actress was showing more anatomy than she should.
If more actresses followed Octavia Spencer’s lead, the red carpet would be a much more beautiful place.
Helen Hunt could very well be the first nominated actress to wear H&M to the Oscars.
Quvenzhané Wallis was the youngest actress ever to be nominated for best actress in a leading role.
Amy Adams, who was a nominee for her supporting role in "The Master," appeared at the Hollywood & Highland Center.
Actress Amanda Seyfried wore Alexander McQueen to the ceremony.
Pairing a classic silhouette with a very modern shade of blue kept Reese Witherspoon from looking too retro on the red carpet.
Sally Field couldn’t decide if she was feeling demure like Gidget or sassy like Carrie.
Jane Fonda scores points for wearing a color that stood out compared to all others on the red carpet.