A Louis Vuitton party doesn’t have to include Emma Stone or Jennifer Connelly, but it does have to include Léa Seydoux apparently, who was on her second look of the night for the 2020 Vanity Fair Oscar Party held at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts on Sunday (February 9) in Beverly Hills, California, and she was joined by four other gorgeous girls.
Léa Seydoux: I have to say I’m worried.
We’re already halfway through February. April is around the corner, and neither of Léa’s Louis Vuitton looks from the Oscars were filling me with anticipation for her promo tour for ‘No Time To Die.’
This dress is very elegant. Don’t get me wrong and I much prefer it to the look she wore to the main event, but I want to be knocked off my feet when it comes to a Léa Seydoux look.
Laura Harrier: I wasn’t expecting to see so much of Laura this awards season, but she’s been pretty consistent for the most part.
Her final look of the season was of course Louis Vuitton, who created this sleeker, cleaner, and more modern version of the Resort 2020 look which took to the runway.
Gugu Mbatha-Raw: The British actress has some great red carpet moments.
Her Louis Vuitton black lace dress is beautiful, but she lets herself down with the matronly hair.
Florence Pugh: When I look at both Florence’s Oscar dresses, I can’t help but think, “where was this energy for the BAFTAs?”
This Louis Vuitton gold shimmering sequin gown might just be her best look of the entire campaign.
Riley Keough: I get it. You’re neither nominated, or presenting, so Riley didn’t want to make a fuss.
But this is Oscar night, and as an ambassador, you have the access to anything you want, off the rack or custom.
So this kinda fell flat for me.