Here’s Every Best Costume Design Winner in Oscar History (Video)

From “Titanic” gowns and “Dracula” wigs, to “Spartacus” sandals and “Star Wars” stormtrooper gear

Sometimes you just need a killer montage of award-winning movie fashion.

While Sunday’s Academy Awards are poised to be the most political and socially conscious in its history, let’s not forget to take small moments to celebrate craft — like the incredible costumes that bring some of our most beloved films to life.

TheWrap brings you a supercut of all the recipients of the Oscar for Best Costume Design. The trophy was first handed out in 1948, and that inaugural prize went to Dorothy Jeakins and Barbara Karinska for “Joan of Arc.”

While awards were initially handed out for both black and white movies and those in color, the categories were eventually merged in 1967 (the video above only features winners from movies in color). Legendary costumer and designer Edith Head has the most wins, eight total, for iconic movies like “All About Eve” and “Roman Holiday.” She’s also the most nominated in her field, with 35 individual nods from the academy.

Milena Canonero (“Chariots of Fire”) and Colleen Atwood (“Memoirs of a Geisha”) are the two most decorated living costume designers, with four Oscars each.

See who will join the ranks of these winners this Sunday, when the Academy Awards air live on ABC from 5 p.m. PT/8 p.m. ET.