Oscars After party Dresses That’ll Leave You in Awe

The Oscars have been known to bring out the best outfits, but once the ceremony ends and the curtain comes down, the after-party begins. And the Vanity Fair Oscars party tends to rival the main event when it comes to outfits, and this year was no different.

From Adriana Lima’s high slit to Tracee Ellis Ross’ golden ensemble, the Vanity Fair after-party had it all.


Hailey Bieber wore a sheer Versace gown made with patterned lace and embroidered with black Swarovski crystals.

The back of Bieber’s gown is also semi-sheer, leaving onlookers stunned. The model completed her look with platform sandals and jewels from Tiffany & Co.


Scarlett Johansson wore a seductive Oscar de la Renta gown. The dress showed off Johansson’s beautiful ribcage tattoo and somehow made her look even more stunning.

The actress capped off her outfit with Jimmy Choo Thyra sandals and Forevermark Jewels.


Many people at the Vanity Fair after-party had to pick up their jaws off the floor once they saw Chrissy Tiegen rock up with this number.

She wore a Tiffany Blue dress from the Georges Hobeika Spring 2020 Couture collection. Tiegen completed her outfit with metallic silver heels and a sparkling blue clutch.


Karolina Kurkova attended the after-party dressed in a custom sheer Etro gown. Her dress featured ruched sleeves, a bodysuit, and an embroidered belt.

The model made it a point to flaunt her legs, and we can see why. 


Cynthia Erivo wore two Atelier Versace outfits on Oscars night. The first for the main event and the second for the Vanity Fair after-party.

This gorgeous custom lilac aquamarine Atelier Versace gown capped off an excellent night for the actress, who earned a standing ovation at the main event for her performance. 


Adriana Lima blew everyone away in this beautiful dress from the Ralph & Russo Spring 2020 Couture collection.

The dress had a dangerously high slit that certainly got people talking. The model also wore Harry Kotlar chandelier diamond earrings to compliment her look. 


The actress wore an emerald green velvet dress designed by the Israeli fashion house Galia Lahav. Freida Pinto went for a more minimalistic look compared to her fellow party-goers, but she managed to pull it off.

The actress styled her outfit with Tacori jewels and a Jimmy Choo clutch. 


The Oscars aren’t exactly a spring event, but Lili Reinhart decided to rock up a floral gown at the Vanity Fair Oscars Party in Beverly Hills.

Still, the actress looked as stunning as ever with her signature ponytail. Reinhart’s dress is from the Marc Jacobs Spring 2020 collection.


Suki Waterhouse chose to take it back to 2019 with this Fendi Fall 2019 Couture gown. This lingerie-inspired dress featured a glorified slip, petticoat, and bralette.

The model also wore Chopard earrings to complement her outfit. Waterhouse has been modeling since she was just 16, and you can see it in the way she carries herself in front of the camera. She knows how to bring outfits to life.


It’s not an exaggeration to say that Aubrey Plaza was a few fabrics away from looking a bit off. But thanks to her toned physique, she managed to pull off this Hellessy Spring 2020 dress.

The Parks and Recreation actor completed her look with Jacob and Co earrings and a Jimmy Choo clutch. 


Emily Ratajkowski attended the Vanity Fair Oscars party in a white two-piece bandeau and skirt.

The model decided to show off a lot of skin at the party, which didn’t come as a surprise to anyone familiar with her signature style. 


Barbara Palvin wore a nude dress with a draping sleeve designed by Atelier Versace.

The gown also featured Swarovski crystal embroidery in the shape of a horse’s mane. She finished off her look with a pair of Versace sandals.


Kerry Washington came to the event dressed in a Zuhair Murad two-piece. And no one rocks a two-piece better than Kerry Washinton. This Egyptian-inspired sun-colored two-piece also featured multi-colored Egyptian jewels from Zuhair Murad’s Spring 2020 Couture collection.

The Scandal star finished the look with Sophia Webster’ Nicole’ sandals and Azza Fahmy jewels.


Paris Jackson dawned an Atelier Versace ball gown with pink and green tones and a feathered skirt. She also wore a dream catcher necklace and gold bangles to complete the look.

Her hair could’ve been a little better, but the dress makes up for it. 


Olivia Munn is what you would call a Versace woman. Her Atelier Versace gown has a beautiful bustier enriched with black bondage belt accents and gold-tone hardware.

The actress completed her look with Jimmy Choo’s ‘Max’ platform sandals and David Yurman jewels.


Kate Hudson wore a yellow low-cut strapless sweetheart gown by Vivienne Westwood Couture. She also added David Webb Jewels, Jimmy Choo platform sandals, and a Jimmy Choo cloud clutch to complete her look.

Not everyone agreed with her hairstyle, but no one can deny that the actress looked stunning.


Tessa Thompson was arguably the best-dressed celebrity at the Vanity Fair Oscars after-party.

The actress wore a mint green Atelier Versace lamé draped gown. She completed her look with black Versace sandals and a vintage Versace bag. 


Many people were surprised to see the Euphoria actress go for this conservative style, especially when you consider the other Ralph & Russo Couture gowns at this event.

But Sweeney still managed to turn a few heads in her floral-print Spring 2019 Couture gown.


Tracee Ellis Ross looked as elegant as ever in her gold Zuhair Murad Spring 2020 Couture gown.

The outfit featured a pleated cape, a gorgeous plunging neckline, and a middle slit. The actress also wore Jennifer Meyer Jewelry to compliment her look.


Zoey Deutch channeled her inner Little Red, or should we say blue, Riding Hood, with this outfit.

She wore a chiffon gown and cape from the Valentino Fall 2019 Haute Couture collection. The actress had one of the best looks at the event. 

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