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Julianne Moore, JLo, Cate Blanchett: Top 10 Best Dressed beauties of Oscars 2015

On this Oscars red carpet, the statement necklaces went home with multiple trophies. Cate Blanchett wore chunky turquoise, but Oscars 2015 red carpet looks were generally considered classic Academy Awards.

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On this Oscars red carpet, the statement necklaces went home with multiple trophies. "The necklaces, in some ways, overshadowed the gowns," said fashion insider Hal Rubenstein.

Other observers agreed (Cate Blanchett wore chunky turquoise), but Sunday night's looks were generally considered classic Academy Awards. Overall, said Yahoo Style editor in chief Joe Zee, "There were no train wrecks. There was no Helena Bonham Carter moment."

Here's a look at who all made it to this year's Oscars Best Dressed list.

Cate Blanchett

Cate Blanchett, John Galliano: Cate Blanchett was stunning in a black John Galliano for Maison Margiela dress that she teamed with a statement Tiffany And Co. turquoise necklace. She wore her blonde hair swept back into a high up-do.

Julianne Moore

Julianne Moore, Chanel: This year's Best Actress Winner, Julianne Moore wore Chanel couture, strapless and white with pops of color in applique at the chest, below the waist and at the hem. Karl Lagerfeld designed it himself with 80,000 small sequins. With her red hair back and minimal jewelry, the dress was allowed to sing.

Lupita Nyong'o, Oscars 2015

Lupita Nyong'o, Calvin Klein: The It fashion girl wore a custom Calvin Klein Collection pearl-and-ivory beaded dress by Francisco Costa, the brand's creative director for women. And by beads, we mean more than 6,000 of them in various sizes, culminating in a strappy back.

Marion Cotillard

Marion Cotillard, Dior: She went with white like Nyong'o and several others. Hers was silk by Dior Haute Couture in an off-white and embroidered in a circular design. It had a small train and billowed at the back in an ode to Old Hollywood.
Cotillard, a Dior brand ambassador, was the perfect example of something new on the Oscars fashion scene, Wilson said.

Dakota Johnson

Dakota Johnson, Saint Laurent: The "Fifty Shades of Grey" actor wore Saint Laurent, a one-shoulder number in red with a touch of chunky embellishment.

Rosamund Pike

Rosamund Pike, Givenchy: Rosamund Pike ruled the red carpet in a red Givenchy Haute Couture.

Emma Stone

Emma Stone, Elie Saab: Emma Stone has been pushing the envelope on red carpets this season, showing up once in pants. This time, the celery green colour of her custom Elie Saab earned raves, though Rubenstein wasn't all that impressed.

The heavily beaded, high-slit gown had long embellished sheer sleeves and popped against her pale skin and red hair. It was high in the front and plunged in the back.

Margot Robbie

Margot Robbie, Saint Laurent Paris: Sure, there was a big necklace. A Van Cleef & Arpels with diamonds and sapphires set in 18-karat gold, to be exact. But her black Saint Laurent Paris was smoking hot against her straight blonde bob and bright red lip. The front was low and draped and the long sleeves sheer.

Jennifer Lopez, Elie Saab: Jennifer Lopez was sparkling in a nude Elie Saab creation which gave a princessy look. She showed plenty of cleavage in ths gown. (Source: AP)