Oscars 2017 is an event where the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences recognize cinematic excellence in the American film industry. But every year, people are always fixated with the Oscars best-dressed list.

Oscars 2017, also known as the Academy Award, is not an exception as one of the main attractions remains to be the best-dressed men and women on the red carpet. If there is one obvious fashion statement in this year's Oscars Awards, it would be the blue ribbons that the celebrities wore in support of the Stand with ACLU campaign against President Donald Trump's immigration ban.

As per Los Angeles Times, the Oscars 2017 was filled with best-dressed ladies elegantly clad in black, white and red. Some of the most fashionable ladies came in gold, highly compatible with the golden statues being given out to the winners during the Oscars.

Former Victoria's Secret Angel Karlie Kloss impressed the Oscars 2017 audience with her all-white Stella McCartney ensemble with a chunky neckpiece by Nirav Modi. She was one of the best-dressed females that night, oozing with glamor thanks to the cape that came with the simple dress. Her blue ribbon got everyone's attention considering she is dating the brother of Jared Kushner, an advisor of Trump.

Next in the Oscars 2017 best-dressed list is actress Taraji P. Henson, with her stunning all-black dress by Alberta Ferretti that accented her assets. She matched the dress with a diamond choker jewelry. Viola Davis is a sight to behold in a red sexy dress, according to Cosmopolitan. Davis won a best-supporting-actress award for her portrayal of a suffering housewife in the movie "Fences".

A clear winner in the Oscars 2017 is Emma Stone, who did not only wow the audience with her Givenchy golden fringed dress, but also with her acting in "La La Land". Stone took home a golden statue for Best Actress, and definitely for being one of the best dressed in this year's Oscars.

Another black siren in the Oscars 2017 is Kirsten Dunst who showed up with a magnificent black dress by Dior. Dunst, who is amazing in "Hidden Figures", brought back the vintage Hollywood glamor as she showed everyone how simple can be elegant.