While we enjoy seeing who wins the title of Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Writing Adapted Screenplay ("The Shape Of Water," "Call Me By Your Name," and Guillermo del Toro respectively) the real winners of the night are the designers making their name known on the largest red carpet of the year. Many actors make statements- political or otherwise- with their clothing at awards shows such as the all black, "Time's Up" movement at the Golden Globes. The Oscars were not much different.

Adam Rippon's 'but make it fashion' moment

Olympian figure skater Adam Rippon, wowed Queen of Fashion and former model Tyra Banks with this black cutout tuxedo, which had an odd leather breast piece underneath.

This known statement "but make it fashion" has been used all over the internet showing people how to take any bland or scandalous moment of their life and make it fashionable on the runway, behind the lens, or on the red carpet.

Meryl Streep reminded the world Shrek is still relevant

In the year 2004, Dreamworks Animation created "Shrek 2" where the happily married couple went to Far Far Away to visit the in-laws, and we were gifted with Jennifer Saunders voice as the Fairy Godmother which created an iconic look and performance that shaped our generation.

While most likely unintentional, many people on Twitter found an uncanny resemblance between these two fabulous ladies.

'Black Panther' royalty

"Black Panther" stars Lupita Nyong'o, Danai Gurira, Daniel Kaluuya, and Chadwick Boseman wore fashion reminiscent of Wakanda, the fictional African nation, stunning everyone watching the awards Sunday night.

Some have even commented that Boseman has brought his character to life, similar to how Robert Downey Jr. has almost morphed into his Tony Stark character.

Rita Moreno's homage to a past win

With only slight modernizations, Rita Moreno passed off the typical fashion faux pas of wearing the same thing twice and made it an event of its own.

This dress was worn when she won Best Supporting Actress in 1962 for her role of Anita in "West Side Story." Her most recent appearance was this past year in the Netflix original "One Day At A Time," where she plays Grandma Lydia in a three-generational Cuban- American family all living in the same house.

Pantsuit in a room of ballgowns

Emma Stone shook up the usual long dress look for a pantsuit with a silky bright fuschia and red pantsuit. Emma Stone, most recently famous for her performance in "La La Land" with co-star Ryan Gosling delivered a burn in her announcement of the nominees in the male-dominated category of Best Director: "These four men and Greta Gerwig created their own masterpieces this year." While Gerwig did not win, it did bring a round of applause and laughter.