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05.03.18

Allison Janney In Brandon Maxwell – 2018 Vanity Fair Oscar Party

Allison Janney held on to her Best Supporting Actress Oscar as she posed at the 2018 Vanity Fair Oscar Party on Sunday (March 4) in Los Angeles.

The star traded in her red Reem Acra gown from the ceremony for a custom Brandon Maxwell shirt and skirt with a couple diamond necklaces.

There is just something about an oxford shirt with a formal skirt that is so chic and stylish. I love the flared sleeves and the plunging neckline created by leaving many of the buttons open. Allison is simply slaying it all.

I also really love the continuity this has with her Oscars gown. It really does feel like she got a little more dressed down before going to party the night away after her win.

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Ellen Pompeo In Azzaro Couture – 2018 Vanity Fair Oscar Party

Ellen Pompeo joined many of her friends and colleagues at the 2018 Vanity Fair Oscar Party on Sunday (March 4) in Los Angeles.

The ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ star wore a Azzaro Spring 2018 Couture jumpsuit with Christian Louboutin ‘So Kate’ pumps and a Jimmy Choo ‘Celeste’ clutch.

One of the good things about the Oscar parties is that stars get more creative than they do at the ceremony, and this look is case in point. The gorgeous brocade jumpsuit is ultra modern and fresh with the plunging neckline, and the black sash–while unique, and I’m guessing polarizing–is a cool high fashion addition.

I love that she didn’t wear a necklace and left her hair down in a perfect blowout giving a certain ease to the whole thing.

 

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Halsey In Galia Lahav Couture – 2018 Vanity Fair Oscar Party

Halsey made an appearance at the 2018 Vanity Fair Oscar Party on Sunday (March 4) in Beverly Hills, California, alongside Haim, Halley Berry and Nina Dobrev.

The singer wowed in a Galia Lahav Spring 2018 Couture outfit. The prismatic blue fabric had plenty of shimmer but it was outdone by the foiled silver accent on the bodice. When I say that the contrasting piece reminds me of a psychedelic sweet wrapper, I mean it as a compliment.

It’s unexpected, bold and in keeping with her anything-goes style.

There’s a nod to Marilyn Monroe with the blonde hair, slinky silhouette and glamour, but the details made it her own.

My only nitpick is that the dress should be hemmed to skim the floor as she was stepping on it in some instances.

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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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Halle Berry In Zuhair Murad Couture – 2018 Vanity Fair Oscar Party

Halle Berry opted for a short silhouette at the 2018 Vanity Fair Oscar Party on Sunday (March 4) in Beverly Hills, joining Ciara, Kate Bosworth and Emma Roberts.

The beauty looked ageless in her Zuhair Murad Spring 2018 Couture mini. The style revealed plenty of skin with the sheer fabrication and open front but the nakedness was tempered slightly by the embellishment and long sleeves.

I’m in favour of celebrities playing around with different silhouettes and think that she looks sensational in the dress, but methinks it is still too casual for the occasion, especially with the exposed underwear.

What do you think?

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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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