While the likes of Lupita Nyong'o, Rosamund Pike, and Sienna Miller were polishing their halos over on the Oscars 2015 best dressed list, some stars were left languishing in the fashion police holding cell.
So who suffered a frock shock at the 2015 Academy Awards?
Lady Gaga in Alaia
A newly-engaged Lady Gaga went to great lengths to protect her heart-shaped engagement ring while washing the dishes backstage. Unfortunately, she forgot to take the rubber gloves off before she hit the red carpet. We're not too keen on the wide sleeves of the dress, either. Sorry.
Nicole Kidman in
Jane Norman Louis Vuitton
While Nicole Kidman's hair and makeup was flawless, we couldn't say the same for the mostly-yellow sequin dress, which looked a little, dare we say, cheap. The jagged hemline was a bit Betty Rubble, and the silver shoes don't really go.
Chloe Grace Moretz in Miu Miu
Umm, is Chloe 18 or 80? Her floral-print dress and the embellished hip material made her look like she was ready to play a role in a period drama.
Felicity Jones in Alexander McQueen
We love Felicity's elegant style, we really do. From the waist up, this beautiful high-neck dress is perfection. But the Marie Antionette hips are less-than-flattering and a little ageing.
Solange Knowles in Christian Siriano
The trouser-dress was a hot trend at the Oscars 2015, worn very successfully by Irina Shayk and Diane Kruger over at the Vanity Fair party. But, regrettably, Bey's sister Solange didn't quite pull off the look, and was more swamped than stylish.
Marion Cotillard in Christian Dior
Ok, stick with us. From the front we realise this Christian Dior Spring 2014 Couture dress is quite pretty (if a little boring). Marion is sophisticated and stylish as usual. However, when she turned around she revealed a strange drop-back style with billowing material that kinda made her look like a human snail.
MORE! Check out all the looks from the Oscars red carpet in our must-see gallery below:
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