Third time’s the charm for Academy Award winner Laura Dern.
Before heading to Vanity Fair’s Oscar party, Dern, 53, traded her pink and black tasseled Armani Privé gown for a vintage black Giorgio Armani number “originally custom-made for the actress in 1990,” according to the brand’s Instagram.
The “Big Little Lies” star first wore the sleek and sexy cutout dress to the 1995 Sheba Humanitarian Awards Gala, which she attended with her “Jurassic Park” co-star and then-boyfriend Jeff Goldblum, pairing it with a matching black velvet wrap and straight, side-parted hair.
Dern brought back the gown for the 2013 Vanity Fair Oscar party, styling it with a chunky gold cuff, tassel earrings and a shorter, curlier coif.
And at Sunday’s post-awards bash, the “Blue Velvet” icon stuck with the same black-and-pink color palette she’d chosen for the ceremony, slinging a blush blazer by 1017 ALYX 9SM over her shoulders while posing for photographers.
“Laura Dern has worn this dress since I became a fan in the 90s!,” the eagle-eyed fan who first spotted the star’s recycled gown tweeted. “We love a sustainable queen!”
And Dern’s far from the only celebrity who shopped her own closet for the Oscars, where sustainability emerged as a major trend of sorts. Elizabeth Banks rewore the red Badgley Mischka gown she first sported at the 2004 Vanity Fair party to this year’s event, while Jane Fonda — who recently vowed to quit shopping altogether — dazzled in a sparkling Elie Saab dress she originally wore in Cannes in 2014.
Meanwhile, stars including Kaitlyn Dever, Saoirse Ronan and Margot Robbie all turned up in gowns that were either vintage or created from sustainable materials.