Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Taylor Swift In Julien Macdonald - Vanity Fair Oscar Party 2014

Taylor Swift attended the 2014 Vanity Fair Oscar Party on Sunday (March 2) in West Hollywood, California.

Opting for a vampish look Taylor wore a black sequin Julien Macdonald floor-length gown with sheer long sleeves.

It was great to see her try such a sultry look and one that made her look a real Hollywood starlet.

An Emm Kuo clutch, Tamara Mellon ‘Whisper’ suede sandals, deep red nails, a magnificent ruby and diamond cocktail ring and dramatic eyes made for the finishing touches in this sexy look.

You may remember that Kate Beckinsale wore this same dress to the same event back in 2011. Thanks to MeMo for the eagle eye.

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Kate Beckinsale In Elie Saab Couture - Vanity Fair Oscar Party 2014

Kate Beckinsale joined a host of A-listers on the red carpet of the 2014 Vanity Fair Oscars Party on Sunday (March 2) in West Hollywood, California.

The eternally well-dressed star hardly ever fails to disappoint and here she dazzled in an Elie Saab Spring 2003 Couture bronze sleeveless sequin gown with high split and cut out back detail from the archives.

The luxurious tone of the sequins suited Kate’s complexion perfectly, and made her look like she was glowing.

While the high split and cut-out detailing are quite daring, Kate pulls these off with ease and her soft, sophisticated make-up and elegant bouncy waves add a hint of old-Hollywood glamour.

Kate’s on-trend pair of gold strappy sandals and matching box clutch tied the look together perfectly, and kept it light and sparkling.

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Kate Hudson In Zuhair Murad  Couture - Vanity Fair Oscar Party 2014

Kate Hudson pulled out all the stops once again as she made her appearance on the 2014 Vanity Fair Oscar Party red carpet on Sunday (March 2).

Having wowed in Atelier Versace earlier in the night, Kate changed into a truly exquisite Zuhair Murad Spring Couture gown. Embellished with intricate lace and beading, the harsh contrast between the nude netting and elaborate black detailing was just divine.

The way the train is decorated and elegantly falls is simply breath-taking.

To finish, Kate chose black diamonds, a sultry smoky eye and a suitably sparkly Salvatore Ferragamo clutch.

Top marks to Kate once again.

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Rosie Huntington-Whiteley In Cushnie et Ochs - Vanity Fair Oscar Party 2014

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley attended the 2014 Vanity Fair Oscar Party on Sunday (March 2) in West Hollywood, California.

The model was a picture of elegance in a pale blue Cushnie et Ochs Pre-Fall 2014 gown with delicate pearl trim and sheer panelling. The small, flared train and ruched fabric added just enough interest to ensure it was Oscar-worthy without being OTT.

While we all now Rosie can rock any number of high-octane dresses, it’s so great to see the runway model opt for elegant glamour rather than full-on sexiness.

With her luscious hair straightened and and delicately tucked behind her ears to show off some knock-out earrings, Rosie’s natural beauty really shone through.

All Rosie needed was a chic ALDO ‘Koepf’ box clutch and some sparkling layered bracelets to top off this beautiful look.

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Anne Hathaway In Viktor & Rolf - Vanity Fair Oscar Party 2014

Anne Hathaway attended the 2014 Vanity Fair Oscar Party on Sunday (March 2) in West Hollywood, California.

Switching from the embellished Gucci gown she’d worn to present at the awards ceremony, Anne changed into yet another elegant column dress, this time a monochrome Viktor & Rolf strapless gown.

The structured bodice and flowing silk skirt enhanced Anne’s slender silhouette and complemented her flawless porcelain complexion perfectly.

With her cool pixie crop swept back and minimal styling, including a Roger Vivier ‘Paint Box’ clutch and Charlotte Olympia pumps, Anne once again gave a master-class in fresh modern glamour.

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