The 6 Luckiest Designers to Wear to the Oscars

Sometimes it comes down to luck, and sometimes it’s all about the numbers (OK, and a whole lot of talent). Especially as it relates to today’s topic: Oscar predictions. Luckily (pun intended), Lyst complied the research for us to reveal which designers have dressed the most Best Actress and Best Supporting Actress winners over the last 80 years. So does the gown the nominees decide to wear have anything to do with whether or not they win? We’ll chalk it up more to their acting prowess, but, nonetheless, it is interesting to see which designers have been the luckiest for leading ladies. 

Scroll through for the list of "winning" designers!

1. Armani


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First Oscar Winner: Jodie Foster, 1992 

Most recent Oscar Winner: Cate Blanchett, 2014

Fun fact: Armani has dressed Foster every year since her '92 win.

2. Dior


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First Oscar Winner: Elizabeth Taylor, 1961

Most recent Oscar Winner: Jennifer Lawrence, 2013

Fun fact: Jennifer only tried on her dress for the first time that morning.

3. Valentino


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First Oscar Winner: Mercedes Ruehl, 1992

Most recent Oscar Winner: Cate Blanchett, 2005

Fun fact: Valentino was also responsible for Roberts’s iconic gown in 2001.

4. Prada


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First Oscar Winner: Anne Hathaway, 2013

Most recent Oscar Winner: Lupita Nyong’o, 2014

Fun fact: Prada dressed more actresses than any other fashion house in 2014.

5. Tadashi Shoji


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First Oscar Winner: Mo’Nique, 2010

Most recent Oscar Winner: Octavia Spencer, 2012

Fun fact: The designer recreated Spencer's winning dress for general sale—it cost $448.

6. Versace


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First Oscar Winner: Angelina Jolie, 2000

Most recent Oscar Winner: Catherine Zeta-Jones, 2003

Fun fact: Versace was the first ever winner of the American Fashion Oscar in 1993.

What are YOUR dress predictions for this year’s Oscar nominees? Sound off below!