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The 13 Most Flawless And Glamorous Looks From The 2004 Academy Awards

These looks are 10 years old and are still super chic today.

1. Angelina Jolie channeling Marilyn Monroe glamour in a white satin Marc Bouwer gown.

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2. Naomi Watts — who was nominated for Best Actress that night for her performance in 21 Grams – in a nude rhinestone-encrusted Versace gown.

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Which she accessorized nicely with her then-boyfriend Heath Ledger.

3. Nicole Kidman looked classy in an ocean gray Chanel gown.

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4. Diane Lane, a presenter that night, wore a jeweled white Azzaro gown.

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5. Julia Roberts brought old school Hollywood glamour in this Giorgio Armani gown.

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6. Sofia Coppola — who took home the Oscar that night for Best Original Screenplay for Lost In Translation — was stunning in a 1930s-inspired Marc Jacobs dress.

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7. Julianne Moore brought some shimmer in Versace.

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8. Samantha Morton, who was a Best Actress nominee that evening for In America, in vintage 1950s couture Givenchy.

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9. Catherine Zeta-Jones brought out the razzle-dazzle in this red Versace dress.

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10. Jennifer Garner was a vision in this blood orange gown created specifically for her by Valentino.

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11. Oprah can do no wrong and she looked sophisticated in this Gianfranco Ferre wrap-style gown.

12. Renée Zellweger in a border-line wedding gown by Carolina Herrera.

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But the best look that night: Charlize Theron, who was stunning in a beaded Gucci gown.

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And she had the best accessory of the night, a Best Actress Oscar for her performance in Monster.

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