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28.02.17

2017 Oscar Parties Model Roundup


More models were also spotted at the 2017 Vanity Fair Oscar Party and Elton John’s AIDS Foundation’s Academy Awards Viewing Party on Sunday (February 26). Here is a snapshot of looks they strutted out.

Karlie Kloss: While her Naeem Khan Fall 2017 gown stayed true to her minimalist red-carpet M.O., the sparkle of embellishment and a seductive thigh-high side slit brought it to life. She styled the look with a Roger Vivier Envelope Flowers clutch. I actually much preferred this look to her first.

Joan Smalls: I would argue that the enticing, dark sapphire hue and the precision-cut sharpness of this Brandon Maxwell Spring 2017 top and skirt didn’t need the multi-hued choker or the magenta eye makeup.

Jasmine Tookes: With a sexy spin on a classic, one-shoulder gown, the model wore a black Thai Nguyen Atelier Fall/Winter 2017 sheer gown dripping in fringed embellishment and styled with Stuart Weitzman ‘Goforth’ sandals.

Nina Agdal: I have to say that I can find precious little about this cerulean blue Zuhair Murad Fall 2016 Couture sheer lace dress that I like. It just translated as dated and done—and it didn’t bring out Nina’s natural beauty.

Toni Garrn: File this Jonathan Simkhai Resort 2017 ensemble under one of the more directional looks of the night, as the desert-warrior look put forth a sportier spirit despite the peplum train.

Selita Ebanks: Proving that her legs go on for days and days, she wore an embroidered SemSem gown that was all covered up save for that one leg. Lorraine Schwartz diamond interlocking tattoo earrings played with the patterning in the dress.

Josephine Skriver: The glittering nude Pamella Roland gown, topped off with a Bvlgari necklace, could have much benefited from some makeup—a dramatic eye, a flush of colour at the lip, anything.

Stella Maxwell: She wore this metallic goddess gown from the Roberto Cavalli Cruise 2017 collection with sultry panache. Nirva Modi jewels completed the shimmering, cutout look.

Shanina Shaik: Rather than sheer lace, we saw sheer geometry in this sequined Kaufmanfranco gown. I do love how she coloured outside the lines with her styling and brought in pops of bright magenta with her Lorraine Schwartz jewels and Devi Kroell clutch. Simple black Giuseppe Zanotti sandals rounded out the ensemble.

Adriana Lima: Radiating with gilded glamour, the supermodel donned an Elisabetta Franchi embellished, keyhole gown styled with golden Casadei shoes. Despite the allover bronze, it still maintained its allure.

Abbey Lee Kershaw
: A demure look by her standards, she wore a black Rhea Costa Pre-Fall 2017 gown with John Hardy and Tasaki jewels delivering her personalized touch of punk-rock edge.

Kate Upton: Despite the fact that this was a custom Thakoon piece, the girls seemed just a bit snug. She delivered an old Hollywood glam touch in her golden waves, red lip and Nirav Modi jewels.

Chanel Iman
: The electric-blue zing of this Zuhair Murad Couture gown was entrancing, but the dress itself was nothing special. It would have likely seemed less dated sans the belt.

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12 Responses to 2017 Oscar Parties Model Roundup

  1. Alina March 3, 2017 at 09:09 #

    Karlie looked amazing!!!

  2. Jeremy March 2, 2017 at 05:22 #

    Karlie Kloss can usually be relied on to provide us with terrible red carpet style. She almost always looks matronly and conservative and when she does stray from that, it typically fails.

    This is, in my opinion, the best she’s ever looked on a red carpet. This gown literally looks like it’s been painted on her; it fits like a DREAM. And the colour is classic and glamourous. She looks sexy and powerful and confident. Totally shocked to say this, but she was my best dressed of the night.

  3. amy March 1, 2017 at 10:57 #

    Karlie is a dream. Joan still looks good despite the stupid choker

  4. Christine February 28, 2017 at 16:22 #

    Karlie and Joan are my favorites from this bunch

  5. Fanny February 28, 2017 at 14:46 #

    Karlie and Stella.

  6. Caroline February 28, 2017 at 14:35 #

    Josephine’s gown is by SemSem

  7. Charlotte February 28, 2017 at 09:06 #

    I keep in mind Tony Garn look for WDOTY !

  8. Iva February 28, 2017 at 07:49 #

    I like Karlie, Jasmine and Josephine (agree that her makeup could have been better).

  9. Caroline February 28, 2017 at 04:15 #

    I love Karlie, Josephine, Adriana and Chanel.

  10. Nat39 February 28, 2017 at 03:00 #

    Wow, Karlie looks stunning, gorgeous hue. And Joan is stunning in beautiful blue, choker or no choker- it’s not an issue here. (Nicole Kidman wore it in black to Critics Choice Awards, if I’m not mistaken). And I’m sold on that ensemble on Tony Garn.

  11. isabella February 28, 2017 at 01:43 #

    Congratulations on the coverage! So many looks in so little time.

    Karlie Kloss and Abbey Lee were the best amongst the models, along with Rosie Huntington-Whiteley

    • Catherine Kallon February 28, 2017 at 16:57 #

      Thank you. It was very much our pleasure xxx

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