15 Most Iconic Red Carpet Dresses Of All Time

  
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Although red carpet events recognize renowned actresses for breaking ground in leading roles and making us cry at all the right moments, these events have also become known for fashion and the stunning gowns often crafted solely for these events. Over the years the red carpet has become a catwalk for designer brands to show off their extravagant creations on the most astounded celebrities. The red carpet has definitely seen it’s fair share of hits and misses when it comes to fashion, but Fame10 is here to share our take on the most iconic dresses in red carpet history. Whether remembered for being outrageous or for cultivating jaw-dropping Hollywood glamour, read below for the 15 most unforgettable red carpet gowns in history to date.

15. Rose Byrne, 2009

The sparkling Valentino gown that Rose Byrne wore to the 2009 Emmys looked absolutely stunning on her! The bodice was encrusted in silver sparkles that scattered throughout the entire skirt and was featured alongside a twist detailing which made the design of this dress ultra flattering. The full skirt and plunging neckline added tons of Hollywood glamour, making this fashion moment stand out as iconic.

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14. Bjork, 2001

How could we forget Bjork’s infamous swan dress from the 2001 Oscars? The Icelandic singer donned a feathered frock by Marjan Pejoski with no shame and this eccentric creation has undeniably landed her on many worst dressed lists over the years. We’ve seen tasteful feathers on dresses throughout red carpet history, but never before had we seen a full blown bird worn as a gown.

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