Even if you’re not a movie buff, it’s hard to look away from the red carpet at the Oscars every year. Actresses of all ages dazzle, but every once in a while, someone appears in a gown that is truly iconic. From classic beauties like Audrey Hepburn to young Hollywood actresses like Jennifer Lawrence, these stunning gowns never go out of style. Whether you’re a cinephile or a fashionista, these dresses hit the mark. Here are the 15 best Oscar dresses of all time (according to Jane):

1. Audrey Hepburn, 1954

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Audrey Hepburn is, no doubt, a style icon. But the Givenchy dress she wore to the 1954 Oscars cemented her status as she accepted the award for Best Actress, Roman Holiday. The white floral gown was the first time she wore Hubert de Givenchy, but she would go on to become close friends with the iconic designer.

2. Grace Kelly, 1955

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One of America’s most iconic movie stars, Grace Kelly stole the show in this satin Edith Head gown at the 1955 Oscars. She won Best Actress for The Country Girl. The silk gloves, pearl jewelry, and embellished handbag make this look so classically ’50s.

3. Gwyneth Paltrow, 1997

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The Contagion actress stole the show in this full-length Tom Ford cape.

4. Julia Roberts, 2001

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Julia Roberts accepted her Best Actress Oscar for Erin Brockovich in vintage Valentino, from the designer’s 1982 collection dedicated to movie stars.

5. Halle Berry, 2002

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The actress wore a stunning dress by Elie Saab for the 2002 Oscars, where she was awarded Best Actress for Monsters Ball. That year, she became the first African-American actress to win the award–and she also won a best-dressed slot on our list.

6. Charlize Theron, 2004

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Charlize Theron kept it simple in 2004 with a shimmering Gucci gown and ’40s-style pin curls. The backless cut, flowing train, and classic silhouette make her look totally timeless. It goes without saying that she looked flawless accepting her Best Actress Oscar.

7. Hilary Swank, 2005

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Though this dress looked quite conservative from the front, the plungingly low back made the actress look sultry and sophisticated. She wore this navy blue Guy Laroche gown while accepting the Oscar for Best Actress.

 8. Kate Winslet, 2007

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This mint green Valentino gown made Kate Winslet stand out from the crowd. Winslet was nominated for Best Actress for her role in Little Children. 

9. Penelope Cruz, 2007

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The actress wore an angelic, blush pink Versace gown to the 2007 Oscars, where she was nominated for Best Actress (Volver).

10. Katherine Heigl, 2008

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Channeling old Hollywood glamour, Katherine Heigl stole the spotlight in this one-shouldered Escada gown.

11. Marion Cotillard, 2008

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The French actress stunned in this sleek, mermaid-inspired dress by John Paul Gaultier. She won the Best Actress Oscar for her role in La Vie En Rose. This white and silver dressed was covered in hundreds of shimmering scales, and fit her like a glove.

12. Angelina Jolie, 2012

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Angelina Jolie and her leg stole the spotlight at the 2012 Oscars with this stunning Versace gown. Even though her then-husband Brad Pitt was the nominee (best actor in Moneyball), Jolie’s strapless black dress made her look like the real winner.

13. Jennifer Lawrence, 2013

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The popular actress looked more stunning than ever this full Dior gown. She was nominated for her fourth Academy Award for Best Actress in Silver Linings Playbook.

14. Lupita Nyongo, 2014

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The breakthrough actress wowed the red carpet crowd in this pastel blue Prada gown. She looked like a modern day Cinderella in this dreamy dress.

15. Brie Larson, 2016

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This electric blue Gucci gown looked stunning on the actress while she accepted her Oscar for Best Actress (Room).

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