CELEBRITIES are starting to arrive on the red carpet ahead of today's Oscars ceremony, as suspense runs high over what the show will look like in the wake of the #MeToo and Time's Up movements.
Expect plenty of colourful formal attire on the red carpet, with pins to support causes like Time's Up and gun control - this time there's no co-ordinated effort to wear all black as stars did at the Golden Globes.
First to perhaps the most controversial dress of the night, Aussie Nicole Kidman's bold, blue bowed frock. We LOVE it (Nicole Kidman can do no wrong, tbh).
Actress Blanca Blanco, who wore easily the most revealing dress at the Golden Globes earlier this year and suffered a wardrobe malfunction at last year's Oscars, again flashed the flesh with this plunging neckline:
Best Actress nominee Margot Robbie looks effortlessly glam on what could be the biggest night of her career:
Best Supporting Actress favourite Allison Janney wraps up her award season dream run in style:
Indie singer St. Vincent, who will appear on stage performing Oscar-nominated Call Me By Your Name song Mystery of Love with Sufjan Stevens, brought art-rock quirk to the red carpet:
Hollywood legend Rita Moreno, 86, wore a dress that may be familiar to Oscars-watchers with very long memories...
That's because it's the same dress she wore to the ceremony way back in 1962:
Salma Hayek appeared to channel those dolls your grandma used to put over the top of the toilet roll:
US Olympic figure skater Adam Rippon showed men's fashion doesn't have to be uniform, wearing a harness under his tux:
Get Out star Allison Williams oozed Old Hollywood glamour:
Aussie actress Abbie Cornish, who stars in Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, went for a similarly soft look:
We're sensing a theme here - it's Handmaid's Tale star Elisabeth Moss, in yet more sparkle-hued neutral tones:
Check out our gallery below, updated throughout the morning as the stars walk the red carpet: