FASHION NEWS Oscars 2016: The dresses and the winners 1 min FASHION NEWS Oscars 2016: The dresses and the winners 1 min Who won what and what did they wear; your 60 second guide to the 88th Academy Awards Added on 29.02.16 Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest Email LinkedIn Who won what and what did they wear; your 60 second guide to the 88th Academy Awards The Best Actress award went to Brie Larson for Room. She also wins Best Ruffles award with her Gucci frock. Swedish actress Alicia Vikander won Best Supporting Actress for her role in transgender drama The Danish Girl. Here she is on the red carpet wearing a Louis Vuitton dress with her mum and dad. Cate Blanchett was nominated for the Best Actress award for Carol. She wore a dress by Armani Privé. Yes, Leo finally won his Oscar. He was awarded Best Actor for his starring role in epic drama Revenant in which he had to eat a raw Bison liver. The Rose to his Jack, Kate Winslet accompanied him on the red carpet wearing shiny Ralph Lauren. She was nominated for Best Supporting Actress for Steve Jobs. Mad Max: Fury Road won the most awards of the night, taking home six, including the award for Best Costume and Best Hair and Make-up. Charlize Theron, who plays action hero Imperator Furiosa, wore a dress by Dior on the red carpet. The biggest award of the evening went to Spotlight, who won Best Picture. To celebrate the cast took a selfie on the floor. Charlotte Rampling, who was nominated for 45 Years, wore an Armani Privé dress. Fellow Best Actress nominee, Jennifer Lawrence, wore a black lace dress by Dior Haute Couture. Lady Gaga performed Til it Happens to You, which was up for Best Original Song. The song documents the prevalence of rape on college campus. She was joined on stage by survivors of sexual abuse. Inside Out won Best Animated Feature Film. Joy – aka Amy Poehler – wore an embroidered dress by Andrew Gn. 87-year-old composer Ennio Morricone won Best Original Music Score for The Hateful Eight. Here he is with his wife Maria wearing Dolce & Gabbana. Julianne Moore wore Chanel Haute Couture. Mark Rylance won Best Supporting Actor for Bridge of Spies, beating the pundits' favourite, Sylvester Stallone. Soairse Ronan was nominated for Best Actress for her role in Brooklyn. She wore Calvin Klein Collection. Sam Smith won Best Original Song for the James Bond theme song, Writing's on the Wall. He dedicated his award to the LGBT community.