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A lot has changed in the 89 years since the first Academy Awards ceremony, but one thing is always the same: on Oscar night, everyone ups their style game. Check out the video above to see how far fashion has come since the very first ceremony back in 1929.

And it you’re having trouble placing a few of these stars, here’s a full breakdown of everyone featured in the video:

1920s

1929: Janet Gaynor won Best Actress for Sunny Side Up

1930s

1930: Mary Pickford won Best Actress for Coquette
1931: Norma Shearer (Canadian) won Best Actress for The Divorcee
1932: Marie Dressler won Best Actress for Min and Bill
1933: Helen Hayes won Best Actress for The Sin of Madelon Claudet
1934: Cary Grant and Virginia Cherrill (just attendees)
1935: Claudette Colbert won Best Actress for It Happened One Night
1936: Bette Davis won Best Actress for Dangerous
1937: Luise Rainer won Best Actress for The Great Ziegfeld
1938: Luise Rainer won Best Actress for The Good Earth
1939: Bette Davis won Best Actress for Jezebel

1940s

1940: Hattie McDaniel won Best Supporting Actress for Gone With the Wind
1941: Ginger Rogers won Best Actress for Kitty Foyle
1942: Joan Fontaine won Best Actress for Suspicion
1943: Greer Garson won Best Actress for Mrs. Miniver
1944: Jennifer Jones won Best Actress for The Song for Bernadette
1945: Ingrid Bergman won Best Actress for Gaslight
1946: Joan Crawford won Best Actress for Mildred Pierce (she pretended she was sick in fear of not winning, and then she accepted from bed)
1947: Olivia de Havilland won Best Actress for To Each His Own
1948: Loretta Young (woman on the left with dark hair) won Best Actress for The Farmer’s Daughter
1949: Claire Trevor (left) won Best Supporting Actress for Key Largo; Jane Wyman (right) won Best Actress for Johnny Belinda

1950s

1950: Olivia de Havilland won Best Actress for The Heiress
1951: Judy Holliday won Best Actress for Born Yesterday (shot is a still from the movie)
1952: Kim Hunter won Best Supporting Actress for A Streetcar Named Desire (which she found out from home)
1953: Shirley Booth won Best Actress for Come Back, Little Sheba
1954: Audrey Hepburn won Best Actress for Roman Holiday
1954: Donna reed won Best Supporting Actress for From Here to Eternity
1955: Grace Kelly won Best Actress for The Country Girl
1956: Cleo Moore and Jayne Mansfield just attended
1956: Jo Van Fleet won Best Supporting Actress for East of Eden
1957: Dorothy Malone won Best Supporting Actress for Written on the Wind
1957: Natalie Wood just attended
1958: Miyoshi Umeki won Best Supporting Actress for Sayonara
1959: Susan Hayward won Best Actress for I Want to Live!

1960s

1960: Ava Gardner just attended
1960: Simone Signoret won Best Actress for Room at the Top
1961: Elizabeth Taylor won Best Actress for Butterfield 8
1961: Shirley Jones won Best Supporting Actress for Elmer Gantry
1962: Sophia Loren Best Actress for Two Women
1962: Shelley Winters just attended
1963: Patty Duke won Best Supporting Actress for The Miracle Worker
1964: Diahann Carroll with Sidney Poitier (he won best actor for Lilies of the Field)
1965: Julie Andrews won Best Actress for Mary Poppins
1966: Angie Dickinson just attended
1966: Julie Christie (left) won Best Actress for Darling; Shelley Winters (right) won best supporting actress for A Patch of Blue
1966: Natalie Wood just attended
1967: Audrey Hepburn just attended
1967: Elizabeth Taylor won Best Actress for Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
1967: Rosemarie Stack just attended
1968: Julie Andrews just attended
1968: Sammy Davis Jr. and Barbra Streisand accepted award for Leslie Bricusse
1969: Barbra Streisand tied for Best Actress with Katherine Hepburn – Streisand won for Funny Girl
1969: Joan Crawford just attended

1970s

1970: Raquel Welch accepted Goldie Hawn’s Best Supporting Actress award for Cactus Flower
1971: Glenda Jackson won Best Actress for Women in Love
1972: Dionne Warwick, William Elliott and Dee Dee just attended
1972: Jane Fonda won Best Actress for Klute
1973: Goldie Hawn just attended
1973: Liza Minnelli won Best Actress for Cabaret
1973: Sacheen Littlefeather (Native American actress Maria Cruz) holds a written statement from actor Marlon Brando refusing his Best Actor Oscar
1973: Sonny and Cher just attended
1974: Edith Head with Twiggy (left) and Peter Falk (right) – Edith won Best Costume Design for The Sting
1974: Edy Williams just attended
1974: Tatum O’ Neal won Best Supporting Actress for Paper Moon
1975: Fred Astaire and wife Robyn Smith (Fred was nominated for Best Supporting Actor for The Towering Inferno, didn’t win)
1975: Jack Nicholson and Robert Evans (Jack was nominated Best Actor for Chinatown, didn’t win; Robert was nominated Best Picture for Chinatown, didn’t win)
1975: Valerie Perrine was nominated Best Supporting Actress for Lenny, but didn’t win
1976: Carol Kane was nominated Best Actress for Hester Street, but didn’t win
1976: Lee Grant won Best Supporting Actress for Shampoo
1976: Louise Fletcher won Best Actress for One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest
1977: Edy Williams just attended
1977: Fay Dunaway won Best Actress for Network
1977: Jodie Foster was nominated Best Supporting Actress for Taxi Driver, didn’t win
1977: Zsa Zsa Gabor just attended
1978: Diane Keaton won Best Actress for Annie Hall
1978: Farrah Fawcett just attended
1978: Mia Farrow just attended
1979: Brooke Shields just attended
1979: Donna Summer just attended
1979: Jane Fonda won Best Actress for Coming Home
1979: Kim Novak just attended
1979: Mia Farrow just attended
1979: Raquel Welch just attended
1980: Bette Midler nominated Best Actress for The Rose, didn’t win

1980s

1980: Lauren Hutton just attended
1980: Meryl Streep won Best Supporting Actress for Kramer vs. Kramer
1980: Sally Field won Best Actress for Norma Rae
1981: Brooke Shields and Michael Jackson just attended
1981: Diana Ross just attended
1981: Diane Lane and Timothy Hutton (he won Best Supporting Actor for Ordinary People)
1981: Robert De Niro (won Best Actor for Raging Bull) and Sissy Spacek (won Best Actress for Coal Miner’s Daughter)
1981: Sigourney Weaver just attended
1982: Debra Winger
1982: Jane Fonda and family accepted award for Henry Fonda
1982: Maureen Stapleton won Best Supporting Actress for Reds
1982: Morgan Fairchild just attended
1983: Cher just attended
1983: Jaid and Drew Barrymore just attended
1983: Jamie Lee Curtis just attended
1983: Liza Minnelli (not nominated), John Travolta (not nominated), Jessica Lange won Best Supporting Actress for Tootsie
1983: Meryl Streep won Best Actress for Sophie’s Choice
1984: Julie Walters nominated Best Actress for Educating Rita, but didn’t win
1984: Linda Hunt won Best Supporting Actress for The Year of Living Dangerously
1984: Shirley Maclaine won Best Actress for Terms of Endearment
1985: Edy Williams just attended
1985: Gene Simmons and Shannon Tweed just attended
1985: Grace Jones just attended
1985: Jessica Lange nominated Best Actress for Country, but didn’t win
1985: Kathleen Turner just attended
1985: Sally Fields won Best Actress for Places in the Heart
1986: Angelina Jolie just attended
1986: Anjelica Huston won Best Supporting Actress for Prizzi’s Honor
1986: Cher just attended
1986: Michael J. Fox and Rebecca De Mornay just attended
1986: Molly Ringwald just attended
1986: Oprah Winfrey nominated Best Supporting Actress for The Color Purple, but didn’t win
1987: Helena Bonham Carter just attended
1987: Marlee Matlin won Best Actress for Children of a Lesser God
1987: Mary Hart just attended
1987: Molly Ringwald and Adam Horowitz just attended
1988: Cher won Best Actress for Moonstruck
1988: Darryl Hannah just attended
1988: Olympia Dukakis won Best Supporting Actress for Moonstruck
1989: Martha Plimpton and River Phoenix – River was nominated Best Supporting Actor for Running on Empty
1989: Carly Simon won Best Original Son for “Let the River Run” in Working Girl
1989: Glenn Close (nominated Best Actress for Dangerous Liaisons) and Michelle Pfeiffer (nominated for Best Supporting Actress for Dangerous Liaisons)
1989: Julian Sands and Jodie Foster  (Foster won Best Actress for The Accused)

1990s

1990: Daniel Day Lewis (won Best Actor for My Left Foot) with Jodie Foster
1990: Dudley Moore and Paula Abdul just attended
1990: Hume Cronyn and Jessica Tandy (Tandy won Best Actress for Driving Miss Daisy)
1990: Kiefer Sutherland and Julia Roberts (Roberts nominated Best Supporting Actress for Steel Magnolias, didn’t win)
1990: Kim Basinger just attended
1990: Sarah Jessica Parker and Robert Downey Jr. just attended
1991: Alec Baldwin and Kim Basinger just attended
1991: Debbie Allen and Jasmine Guy just attended
1991: Ed Begley Jr. and Annette Benin (Bening nominated Best Actress for The Grifters, didn’t win)
1991: Jodie Foster just attended
1991: Julia Roberts (nominated for Best Actress for Pretty Woman, didn’t win) and Kiefer Sutherland
1991: Kathy Bates won Best Actress for Misery
1991: Michael Jackson and Madonna just attended
1991: Nicole Kidman and Tom Cruise just attended
1991: Whoopi Golderg and daughter Alexandra Martin (Whoopi won Best Supporting Actress for Ghost)
1992: Barbra Streisand was nominated Best Picture for The Prince of Tides, didn’t win
1992: Demi Moore just attended
1992: Joan Rivers and Patty Hearst just attended
1992: Jodie Foster won Best Actress for Silence of the Lambs
1992: Juliette Lewis and Brad Pitt (Lewis was nominated Best Supporting Actress for Cape Fear)
1992: Shirley Maclaine just attended
1993: Emma Thompson won Best Actress for Howards End
1993: Marisa Tomei won Best Supporting Actress for My Cousin Vinny
1993: Richard Gere and Cindy Crawford just attended
1993: Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick just attended
1993: Sharon Stone just attended
1994: Anna Paquin won Best Supporting Actress for The Piano
1994: Gwyneth Paltrow just attended
1994: Holly Hunt won Best Actress for The Piano
1994: Nancy Kerrigan just attended
1994: Nicole Kidman and Tom Cruise just attended
1994: Winona Ryder nominated Best Supporting Actress for Age of Innocence, didn’t win
1995: Dave Pirner and Winona Ryder (Ryder nominated Best Actress for Little Women, didn’t win)
1995: Dianne Wiest won Best Supporting Actress for Bullets Over Broadway
1995: Helen Mirren nominated Best supporting Actress for The Madness of King George, didn’t win
1995: Jessica Lange won Best Actress for Blue Sky
1995: Sarah Jessica Parker just attended
1995: Uma Thurman nominated Best Supporting Actress for Pulp Fiction, didn’t win
1996: Alicia Silverstone just attended
1996: Brad Pitt (nominated Best Supporting Actor for 12 Monkeys, didn’t win) and Gwyneth Paltrow
1996: Kate Winslet nominated Best Supporting Actress for Sense and Sensibility, didn’t win
1996: Mira Sorvino won Best Supporting Actress for Mighty Aphrodite
1996: Nicolas Cage and Patricia Arquette (Cage won Best Actor for Leaving Las Vegas)
1996: Susan Sarandon won Best Actress for Dead Man Walking
1996: Vanessa Williams just attended
1996: Winona Ryder just attended
1997: Frances McDormand won Best Actress for Fargo
1997: Juliette Binoche won Best Supporting Actress for The English Patient
1998: Anna Paquin just attended
1998: Cher just attended
1998: Hank Azaria and Helen Hunt (Helen won Best Actress for Good Will Hunting)
1998: Kim Basinger won Best Supporting Actress for L.A. Confidential
1998: Madonna and Drew Barrymore
1998: Minnie Driver was nominated Best Supporting Actress for Good Will Hunting, didn’t win
1999: Judie Dench (Best Supporting Actress winner for Shakespeare in Love) and Gwyneth Paltrow (Best Actress winner for Shakespeare in Love)
1999: Cate Blanchett nominated Best Actress for Elizabeth, didn’t win
1999: Catherine Zeta-Jones just attended
1999: Celine Dion just attended
1999: Jodie Foster just attended

2000s

2000: Angelina Jolie won Best Supporting Actress for Girl, Interrupted
2000: Gloria Estefan just attended
2000: Hilary Swank won Best Actress for Boys Don’t Cry
2000: Lucy Liu just attended
2000: Mamie Gummer and Meryl Streep (nominated  Best Actress for Music of the Heart, didn’t win)
2000: Sarah Mclachlan and Ashley Judd just attended
2001: Bjork nominated Best Song for “I’ve Seen it All” in Dancer in the Dark, didn’t win
2001: Julia Roberts won Best Actress for Erin Brokovich
2001: Julia Stiles just attended
2001: Laura Linney nominated for Best Actress for You Can Count on Me, didn’t win
2001: Marcia Gay Harden won Best Supporting Actress for Pollock
2001: Renee Zellweger just attended
2001: Winona Ryder just attended
2002: Cameron Diaz and Gwyneth Paltrow just attended
2002: Enya nominated Best Original Song for “May It Be” in The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, didn’t win
2002: Halle Berry won Best Actress for Monsters Ball
2002: Heather Mills and Paul McCartney (McCartney nominated Best Original Song for “Vanilla Sky” in Vanilla Sky)
2002: Helen Mirren nominated Best Supporting Actress for Gosford Park, didn’t win
2002: Jennifer Connelly won Best Supporting Actress for A Beautiful Mind
2002: Kate Winslet nominated Best Supporting Actress for Iris, didn’t win
2002: Reese Witherspoon just attended
2003: Catherine Zeta-Jones won Best Supporting Actress for Chicago
2003: Jennifer Lopez just attended
2003: Nicole Kidman won Best Actress for The Hours
2004: Catherine Zeta-Jones just attended
2004: Renee Zellweger won Best Supporting Actress for Cold Mountain
2004: Sandra Bullock just attended
2004: Scarlett Johansson just attended
2004: Sofia Coppola (won Best Original Screenplay for Lost in Translation), Bill Murrary and Scarlett Johansson
2004: Stuart Townsend and Charlize Theron (Charlize won Best Actress for Monster)
2004: Will and Jada Pinkett Smith just attended
2005: Beyonce just attended
2005: Cate Blanchett won Best Supporting Actress for The Aviator
2005: Hilary Swank won Best Actress for Million Dollar Baby
2005: Salma Hayek just attended
2006: Heath Ledger and Michelle Williams (Heath nominated Best Actor, Michelle Best Supporting Actress for Brokeback Mountain)
2006: Keira Knightley nominated Best Actress for Pride and Prejudice, didn’t win
2006: Rachel Weisz won Best Supporting Actress for The Constant Gardener
2006: Reese Witherspoon won Best Actress for Walk the Line
2006: Salma Hayek just attended
2007: Anne Hathaway just attended
2007: Beyonce just attended
2007: Helen Mirren won Best Actress for The Queen
2007: Jennifer Hudson won Best Supporting Actress for Dreamgirls
2007: Kirsten Dunst just attended
2007: Nicole Kidman just attended
2008: Helen Mirren just attended
2008: Keri Russell just attended
2008: Marion Cotillard won Best Actress for La Vie en Rose
2008: Nicole Kidman just attended
2008: Tilda Swinton won Best Supporting Actress for Michael Clayton
2009: Alicia Keys just attended
2009: Amy Adams nominated Best Supporting Actress for Doubt, didn’t win
2009: Anne Hathaway nominated Best Actress for Rachel Getting Married, didn’t win
2009: Josh Brolin and Diane Lane just attended
2009: Kate Winslet won Best Actress for The Reader
2009: Penelope Cruz won Best Supporting Actress for Vicky Cristina Barcelona
2009: Tilda Swinton just attended
2010: Anna Kendrick nominated Best Supporting Actress for Up in the Air, didn’t win
2010: Carey Mulligan nominated Best Actress for An Education, didn’t win
2010: Charlize Theron just attended
2010: Kristen Stewart just attended
2010: Maggie Gyllenhaal nominated Best Supporting Actress for Crazy Heart, didn’t win
2010: Mo’Nique won Best Supporting Actress for Precious
2010: Sandra Bullock (won Best Actress for The Blind Side) and and Helen Mirren (nominated Best Actress for The Last Station, didn’t win)
2011: Anne Hathaway and James Franco, terrible hosts of the Oscars
2011: Cate Blanchett just attended
2011: Hailee Steinfeld nominated Best Supporting Actress for True Grit
2011: Melissa Leo won Best Supporting Actress for The Fighter
2011: Michelle Williams nominated Best Actress for Blue Valentine, didn’t win
2011: Mila Kunis just attended
2011: Natalie Portman won Best Actress for Black Swan
2012: Meryl Streep won Best Actress for The Iron Lady
2012: Octavia Spencer won Best Supporting Actress for The Help
2013: Anne Hathaway won Best Supporting Actress for Les Miserable
2013: Jennifer Lawrence won Best Actress for Silver Linings Playbook
2014: Cate Blanchett won Best Actress for Blue Jasmine
2014: Lupito Nyong’o won Best Supporting Actress for 12 Years a Slave
2015: Julianne Moore won Best Actress for Still Alice
2015: Patricia Arquette won Best Supporting Actress for Boyhood
2016: Saoirse Ronan nominated Best Actress for Brooklyn
2016: Brie Larson won Best Actress for The Room
2017: Emma Stone won Best Actress for La La Land
2017: Viola Davis won Best Supporting Actress for Fences