Oscars 2016 throwback! See the nominees' first red carpet photos by hellofashion.com / 15 January 2016 With the 2016 Oscar nominations finally revealed, we’ve taken a look back at how the actors and actresses contending for the top prizes first started out. From a teenage Leo Dicaprio with curtains, to a 13-year-old Brie Larson at the Snow Dogs premiere in 2002, we’ve done some digging to find amazing pics of the nominees' earliest Hollywood red carpets. Read more about: Oscars Fashion news Alicia Vikander got some early red carpet practice in at Sweden's Guldbagge Film Awards in 2011. Brie Larson at the 2002 Snow Dogs premiere, left, and at the 2016 Golden Globes. Baby Leo, left, posed at the Los Angeles premiere of The Basketball Diaries in 1995. Rachel McAdams sported trendy bangs at the 2004 ShoWest New Line Cinema Tea Party for The Notebook. Cate Blanchett was all about the Nineties at the 1999 Vanity Fair party. Jennifer Lawrence practiced her red carpet pose at the 15th Annual Movieguide Faith and Values Awards in 2007. A baby-faced Kate Winslet attended the 53rd Annual Golden Globe Awards in 1996. Edgy Rooney Mara was another kind of cool as she appeared at the Kenneth Cole Black & Gen Art Sundance Party held in 2009. Eddie Redmayne had some serious laid-back charm at the New York premiere of The Good Shepherd in 2006. A short-haired Jennifer Jason Leigh donned a pinstriped suit for the 1996 From Dusk Til Dawn premiere in Los Angeles. Rocky icon Sylvester Stallone was already stylish as early as 1981, when he wore a tux to the London Premiere for Victory. A 27-year-old Matt Damon looked like the perfect boy-next-door at the Rainmaker premiere in 1997. Eternal beauty Charlotte Rampling looking stylish for the Victoires de La Musique French Music Awards in 1986. Christian Bale was cool and casual at a party for the 20th Anniversary of the movie Alien in 1999. Red carpet pro Saoirse Ronan was adorable as she stepped out in jeans and a cardigan at the 64th Annual Venice Film Festival in 2007. Tom Hardy 13 years ago, at the Evening Standard Drama Awards in 2003. Michael Fassbender was already proving his heart-throb status at the 300 premiere in 2007. Mark Ruffalo showed his low-key style all the way back in 2001, at the 26th L.A. Film Critics Awards.