The Vanity Fair Oscars after-party is a celebration of a different kind. Followed by the main event, the Vanity Fair Oscars after-party rolls out the carpet for a night of endless dancing and merriment. The Vanity Fair Oscars after-party 2023 was no different. In fact, if we may say so ourselves, this year was presumably one of the best in fashion we have seen. Looks like celebrity stylists worked overtime to get the style for the stars on point, without further ado, we tell you are best-dressed celebs of the night that we can learn a thing or two from.
Cara Delevingne switch up the red gown of the night for a delicate white corset gown, with off-shoulder sleeves that she paired with smudged.
Kate Hudson overcompensates her shimmery gown from the night with a statement, pink gown from Tamara Ralph. The plunging neckline and statement, ruffle sleeves are definitely worthy of a mention.
Hunter Schafer against the odds of gravity and picked a two-piece set that included a long white skirt and a feather as a top attached to a strap with a back closure with all the room for mistakes, but one only she could do justice to.
Florence Pugh made up for the ruffles and puffles from the awards night in yet another Valentino outfit, which features a black bustier top with roses on the bustline, paired with black high-waist trousers, and an oversized wind sheeter trenchcoat.
The Vanity Fair Oscars after-party is never complete without the presence of the Kardashian-Jenners, and 2023 will be an exception. Kendall Jenner wore a structured Golden Jean-Paul Gaultier gown with a mermaid tail silhouette and texture.
Kylie Jenner too was present and dressed up like the gift that keeps on giving. She picked a strapless, gunmetal gown with bow detailing on the bustline and steel finishing that looks even better when the lights reflect on it.
Gigi Hadid was a red-hot Siren in a form-fitting off-shoulder Zac Posen number that we can never have an offer long after the party is over.
Cardi B's structured red gown flatters her hourglass figure like a glove. From the ruched skirt to the corset top, and not to miss her sheer red veil, Cardi B proves that she is one fine red hot chilli pepper when it comes to red carpet fashion.
Hailey Bieber has always room for the classic black gown on the red carpet. And for that, she slips into a custom YSL gown, with a form-fitting silhouette that extends into a glove on one hand and a cape sleeve on the other.
Another black gown moment came from Eva Longoria, who picked a slinky black bodysuit paired with a sheer tulle overlay skirt that brings drama to the carpet from the minute she arrives.
The lady of the moment Michelle Yeoh glamorously arrived at the after-party, dressed in a shimmery strapless number from Georgio Armani. The black rose detail added a statement touch to the column structure.
Suki Waterhouse rang in the disco trend effortlessly in one shoulder, sequin Elie Saab number that could start a party in any room she entered.
After her stunning Oscars debut in Louis Vuitton on the newly rolled out champagne carpet, a lot was residing on Deepika Padukone. But did she deliver? Not exactly in our eyes. The outfit and makeup look fabulous in pictures but her picture-perfect moment falls flat in person as soon as she arrived.
We wrap the Oscar season of 2023 and hope for a more significant Oscar season to follow.Comments