Oscars Fashion: Best Dressed, Before and After the Show
The Oscars may have left viewers lukewarm, but the fashion was hot -- not just on the red carpet, but at the Vanity Fair fete and the after-show parties, too. Joshua Jackson and Diane Kruger, above, cut a glamorous figure; here, a look at a few more of our favorites.
From left: Dakota Johnson was 50 Shades of perfection in a red-hot Saint Laurent dress; Lupita Nyong'o hit the red carpet in a custom pearl-embellished Calvin Klein gown; Gwyneth Paltrow looked girly-chic in a light-pink, one shoulder Ralph & Russo Couture gown; Rosamund Pike showed off her legs in a strapless red Givenchy Haute Couture dress and Emma Stone turned heads in a long-sleeve Elie Saab gown.
TV Stars Who Glammed Up the Vanity Fair Oscar Party
From left: Juliette Lewis (Secrets & Lies) is bold in an organza, neon green patterned dress; Diane Kruger (The Bridge) makes a statement wearing a Donna Karan Atelier 'dress,' complete with a straight leg pant; Hannah Simone (New Girl) looks beautiful in a multi-colored, lightweight gown; Malin Akerman (The Comeback) flaunts her assets in a plunging, sheer black-lace gown; Rashida Jones (Parks & Recreation) is stunning in a floral Andrew Gn gown.
Red Carpet to the After Party : The Style Uniforms That Fit
From left: Jennifer Lopez, known for combining glamour and sex appeal on the red carpet, showed off a plunging neckline in both her beige Elie Saab dress and her Zuhair Murad Couture gown; Jennifer Hudson, known for her fitted and sleek looks, looked amazing in her yellow Romona Keveza gown and her after-party little black dress; As a fashion correspondent for E! News, Kelly Osbourne knows what looks best on her body -- her black, A-line Rita Vinieris gown was perfect for the Oscar red carpet. Keeping with the trend, Kelly showed off her fashion sense for the after-party in an A-line black dress adorned with embroidered flower details.
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