With the 88th Oscar Academy Awards approaching tomorrow. The anticipation of the Oscar’s red carpet fashion has always been one of the most exciting aspects of the event, ranging from Cher’s daringly skimpy outfits to Penelope Cruz princess ball gown. It is now time to reflect back on some of the most unique and risqué dresses, WE KOKO style.
One of the most outstanding dresses the Oscars have ever seen. Cher did not fail to impress during the 1986 academy awards in this Bob Mackie sequinned gown. Her amazing flamboyant headpiece emphasised the creativity of this outfit perfectly.
Halle Berry showed off her winning style for Best Actress in this classy Elie Saab dress at the 2002 Oscars. We loved the contrast of the red velvet and embroidered sheer top that perfectly emphasised her stunning silhouette.
Angelina Jolie kept it sleek and stylish as always, in this satin Marc Bouwer gown during the 2004 Oscars.
This dress is everything and more than a girl could ever dream. Penelope continued to turn heads away from the screen and onto the red carpet in 2007 wearing a princess styled Atelier Versace dress.
Diane Kruger flaunts her gorgeous figure in this Elie Saab dress. The frilled bridal styled gown was perfect for creating a unique Oscars look. Minimal accessories and loosely tied hair complemented the dress perfectly.
One of the most controversial dresses ever worn to the Oscars was worn by the one and only Bjork in this legendary Swan outfit designed by Alexander McQueen in 2001.
Irina Shayk exhibited pure elegance in this Atelier Versace gown at the 2015 Vanity Fair Oscars party. The sheer mesh outfit which featured half gown, half bodysuit graced the Russian models figure perfectly.
Jennifer Lopez never fails to impress when it comes to the Oscar Academy Awards. At the Vanity Fair after party Jennifer looked more stunning than ever in this Zuhair Murad Couture dress matched with Helen Yarmak fur in 2015.
Keeping it vintage. This floral belted dress designed by Hubert de Givenchy proved to flatter Audrey Hepburns flawless features during the 1954 Oscar awards.
This sheer outfit designed by Arnold Scaasi was considered risky but maintained the unique quality of Barbaras Steisands personality at the 1969 Academy Awards. Going against the normal dress tradition and wearing this stunning two piece.