Models @ The Vanity Fair Oscar Party

Models stormed the 2018 Vanity Fair Oscar Party on Sunday (March 4) in Beverly Hills, California, with a range of head-turning looks—for better or worse.

Alessandra Ambrosio: The naked dress had another showing with this Ralph & Russo Couture embellished, sheer design, styled with Lorraine Schwartz jewels and Giuseppe Zanotti sandals. There will be no doubt her body isn’t rocking, but I know eyes will be rolling at the complete transparency of the look.

Ashley Graham: This Rubin Singer gown featured a recognizable, slit-to-there silhouette, but it was the gleaming sheen that upped the ante. A swept-back hairstyle and Sophia Webster sandals completed the look.

Lily Aldridge: The golden-goddess look served Lily well in this Versace liquid-gold gown that had a certain chainmail effect. Christian Louboutin heels and Bvlgari jewels and bag finished her glamorously regal entrance.

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06.03.18 Menswear

2018 Oscars & Oscar Parties Menswear Roundup

Many of the men brought their A game to the 2018 Oscars and Oscars parties, including the Vanity Fair Oscar Party and Elton John’s AIDS Foundation Academy Awards Viewing Party on Sunday (March 4) in California.

Chadwick Boseman: The ‘Black Panther’ star continued his reign of sartorial power in this Givenchy Haute Couture suit that was inspired by a full look in the Spring 2018 collection. However, I love how he made the long, embellished jacket his own—sleekly styling it with black shirting and trousers and the zipper-accented shoes.

Donald Glover: This Gucci tux such a handsome-luxe approach with the velvet jacket taking it to the next level in partnership with the relaxed-suave appeal of the slipper shoes. A David Yurman ring completed the look.

Tom Holland: Sometimes double-breasted jackets can come across as a bit contrived, but I love how Tom wore this Hermès suit so sharply. It was a standout on the Oscars red carpet with his Piaget watch adding that final touch.

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2018 Vanity Fair Oscar Party Red Carpet Roundup

The crush of beauties continued in full force on the red carpet of the 2018 Vanity Fair Oscar Party last night (March 4) in Beverly Hills, California.

Odeya Rush: The young starlet was a vision in this neon-bright chartreuse Vivienne Westwood Couture gown. The sculptural, one-shoulder ruffle detail is nothing we haven’t seen before, but the bold colour made the look feel dynamic. I do think she could have offered up a more youthful beauty look—and less bronzer—to accompany the sophisticated sass of the gown.

Dree Hemingway: There was a delicate daintiness to this Valentino Pre-Fall 2018 nude, embellished lace gown, which Dree echoed in her minimal hair and makeup. The yellow-tinged, ribbon belt made all the difference in breathing a bit of life into the neutral dress, with Repossi jewels to complete the look.

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Kerry Washington In Alexandre Vauthier – 2018 Vanity Fair Oscar Party

Kerry Washington was ready to party at the 2018 Vanity Fair Oscar Party on Sunday (March 4) in Beverly Hills, California—that is, if her club-glam outfit was any indication.

The ‘Scandal’ star reinvented her look again in this edgy Alexandre Vauthier Spring 2018 leather number.

Taken alone, I think the extravagantly embellished, ruffled mini could have fared quite decently.

The thigh-high boots took it to the tipping point, but it was her pink earrings, coral lip, and curled updo that placed it firmly in a space of excess—with a retro, ’80s vibe to boot.

Just enough or too much?

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Haim In Stella McCartney – 2018 Vanity Fair Oscar Party

As per usual, Haim coordinated their looks at the 2018 Vanity Fair Oscar Party on Sunday (March 4) in Beverly Hills, California.

It’s a theme among this girl band that I continue to appreciate.

Here, they offered up variations on red and black in Stella McCartney designs that were united by palette, by pants, and by pouf shoulder.

Danielle Haim: I thought her look was the most modern of the three, with the feminine blouse smartly counterbalanced by the directional fun of the ruffled trousers.

Alana Haim: Her red separates stood out by virtue of their colour, which Este only enhanced with her red lip and coppery kitten heels—although the proportions of the look and the ankle tie of her shoe didn’t exactly lengthen the leg line.

Este Haim: I would pinpoint Alana’s ensemble as the most retro of the three, as it made no apologies for the exaggerated ruffled shoulder and pouf sleeve. She also brought eye-catching footwear into the mix with her blue shoes to add a spark of individualized personality.

Stella McCartney Spring 2018

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