Amanda Seyfried In Oscar de la Renta – 2018 Vanity Fair Oscar Party

Amanda Seyfried attended the 2018 Vanity Fair Oscars party on Sunday (March 4) in Los Angeles.

The actress wore Oscar de la Renta Fall 2018 gown with Christian Louboutin “Degrastrass’ pumps and a diamond necklace.

A lace bustier gown could feel crass in the hands of many designers, but with the Oscar de la Renta touch, this gown is feminine and classic, and honestly perfect for Amanda. I do wish that it were just an inch or two shortly, as the length feels a bit off.

The ombré effect of the shoes are such a great touch, as are Amanda’s signature loose waves and ultra smokey eye.

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Katy Perry In Atelier Versace – Byron Allen’s Oscar Gala Viewing Party

Katy Perry attended Byron Allen’s Oscar Gala Viewing Party on Sunday (March 4) in Los Angeles.

The singer wore an Atelier Versace gown with Sylva & Cie earrings.

This dress is really so perfectly Katy, right? The gem-encrusted strap work and top-to-bottom sequins and beading is glamour to the highest degree, but with plenty of pop star glitz. And of course, it’s got a hefty dose of sex appeal, too.

I love how Katy is working her ultra short, ultra blonde ‘do, and it really does highlight this whole pop queen look perfectly.

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Emma Stone In Louis Vuitton – 2018 Vanity Fair Oscar Party

It’s fair to say we were bitterly disappointed by Emma Stone’s Louis Vuitton suit the 2018 Oscars on Sunday night.

The actress had a chance to redeem herself at the 2018 Vanity Fair Oscar Party, but failed to take the opportunity.

I found myself completely dumbfounded by this second Louis Vuitton offering.

Firstly, it feels too twee for someone of her stature. I would’ve brought this on Elle Fanning.

Secondly, it feels casual for the event, even if it was a party frock.

And finally, I’m not a fan of the design.

As a returning Best Actress winner I had high hopes, however, I guess she wanted to take a back seat.

This is heart-breaking, quite frankly.

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Greta Gerwig In Christian Dior Couture – 2018 Vanity Fair Oscar Party

Greta Gerwig also headed to the 2018 Vanity Fair Oscars party after the Academy Awards on Sunday (March 4) in Los Angeles.

After her sunny Rodarte ceremony look, the best director nominee opted for a Christian Dior Spring 2018 Couture gown.

At first glance, this dress seems quite simple, but the fabric is actually crafted in panels to create a petal shape, which was really visually exciting. The movement was incredible as Greta walked.

While I think many would think to wear a solid clutch in a contrasting color, the black-and-white checkered box clutch Greta chose was a bit more funky and fit, and I’m here for it.

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Eiza Gonzalez In Schiaparelli Couture – 2018 Vanity Fair Oscar Party

Eiza Gonzalez attended the 2018 Vanity Fair Oscars party in Los Angeles on Sunday (March 4).

The Mexican star wore a silk organza gauze Schiaparelli Spring 2017 Couture gown and coordinating kimono.

While simple, the dress alone is stunning with the textured fabric–when you add the octopus brooch and the kimono, the look is suddenly a talking point. The checked print and bright colored ‘patches’ are truly unique, and add a heavy dose of fun, while maintaining it’s high-fashion level of sophistication.

Gorgeous skin, a red lip and envy-inducing loose waves complete this really intriguing look.

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Sienna Miller In Miu Miu – 2018 Vanity Fair Oscar Party

Sienna Miller attended the 2018 Vanity Fair Oscars party in Los Angeles on Sunday (March 4).

The actress wore a shimmering Miu Miu gown with Messika diamond earrings.

I love the chevron print of the gown, and its use of silver, gold and rose gold when all things metallic are still so on trend.

I will say, while I normally appreciate this type of simplicity, I do feel like this could use some type of necklace in the styling.

Sienna’s retro chignon and barely there eye makeup with her matte red lip are the perfect beauty choices for this lovely look.

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