Award season is almost at an end and we’ve seen some spectacular looks on the red carpet this year. But there’s one event left that everyone looks to as the pinnacle of Hollywood fashion (We’re excluding the Met Gala since that’s held in New York).

Fashion month has been running concurrently with award show season, which gives us a good idea of the trends we can expect to see on the red carpet. As we hotly anticipate what celebrities will be wearing on the red carpet, we ask ourselves: If we had the opportunity to attend the Oscars, what would we wear?

Here are some of the designers we would love to wear on the 2024 Oscars red carpet, and with any luck, we may even see some of these looks on our favourite celebs.

Elie Saab

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The Elie Saab Haute Couture SS24 show was a fan favourite at Paris Fashion week and we would be thrilled to wear any of the Lebanese designer’s lavishly embellished gowns. The majority of the collection evokes royalty, with some gowns skewing more sexy while others are more sophisticated. Of all the stand out looks, we think this understated dress strikes the perfect balance between elegance and glamour for the Oscars.

Oscar de le Renta

Luxury stylist Paul Fishman (A.K.A. @paulxluxury) posted a video of the Oscar de le Renta stained glass gown from the Fall 2024 runways on TikTok and we can’t stop thinking about it. This tea-length number is a wearable piece of art made from individually dyed acrylic pieces that fit together like an avant garde puzzle.

Robert Wun


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Hong Kong-born London-based fashion designer Robert Wun most recently dressed actress Da’Vine Joy Randolph for the BAFTAs, where she won Best Supporting Actress for The Holdovers. Randolph has also taken home the Golden Globe and SAG Award for the same role and is on a streak of spectacular red carpet looks to accompany each win.

We’d love to see more Robert Wun looks on the Oscars red carpet, particularly from his Spring 2024 collection. This layered tulle creation features over 750 written words, hand embroidered with over 450 thousand bugle and faceted beads. Which, according to the designer, averaged 145 stitches per letter.

George Hobeika


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Lebanese designer George Hobeika’s Spring 2024 couture collection is an ode to retro 60s glam and the Middle East, with patterns that stir up images of Beirut. Any of the gown or suits from this collection would look stellar on the Oscars red carpet. But if we had to choose one, we’d pick this champagne beaded gown. The sweeping lines on the bodice and left side of the gown coupled with 3D beaded flowers on the right create stunning movement worthy of a flashbulb moment.

Zuhair Murad


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We love a spectacular suit moment on the red carpet, and Zuhair Murad’s Couture SS24 collection did not disappoint. Most recently, Murad dressed Jennifer Lopez for her This is Me… Now: A Love Story premiere as well as Abby Elliott Kennedy of The Bear at the SAG awards. This white silk suit with beaded details is positively decadent, and according to the designer, is meant to inspire and enchant. Consider us inspired and enchanted.

Greta Constantine

Canadian designer Greta Constantine creates bold silhouettes in bright colours which wow on the red carpet and we’d love to opportunity to rep a local legend. The brand’s designer Kirk Pickersgill is absolutely crushing it and celebrities are taking notice. Most recently, Niecy Nash wore custom Greta Constantine to the Emmys the night of her big win, and Nicole Beharie wore a red-and-hot pink Greta gown to the SAG awards. For an event like the Oscars, we’d would chose this elegant black and white two piece.

Richard Quinn

Richard Quinn F24

The Richard Quinn FW24 Ready Wear collection reminds us of Poor Things in the best possible way. The costumes for the Emma Stone-Mark Ruffalo flick played with Victorian era fashion and dreamscapes using exaggerated silhouettes, textures and deconstructed outfits. We see many of the same elements in Quinn’s latest work, which we think would make a great nod to the film on the red carpet. If we were really looking to make a statement, this delicate jumpsuit—made of layered beaded strands and juxtaposed with a ruffled collar and a black rosette—would be our go-to.

Giambattista Valli

Italian designer Giambattista Valli was spotted on Kristen Wiig and Allison Williams this awards season, but we’d love to see more work from the 26th Haute Couture show featured on the red carpet. The collection is romantic and Botticellian with short dress designs that would break up the parade of gowns. Many of the short dresses have breathtaking tulle trains and capes, which makes it hard to narrow down our choice, but we love the strapless jewel bodice and tulle skirt combo pictured above.



Schiaparelli is a favourite on any red carpet so chances are high we’ll see at least one look at the Oscars. But if it was up to us, we’d choose a piece from the SS24 Haute Couture collection. This delicate pink bubble skirt paired with sophisticated black draping would make a solid red carpet look as far as we’re concerned.