We were treated to not just one, but three gorgeous looks from Anne Hathaway on Oscars night. Not only did Hathaway take home the win for best supporting actress, she also performed on stage and managed to hit up an after-party, giving us three different takes on award-night dressing. For her first look, Hathaway hit the prestigious red carpet wearing a pale pink Prada gown — complete with a bow-detailed cut-out back — paired with a radiant Tiffany & Co. diamond necklace. For her Les Misérables performance, Hathaway changed into a nude-hued embellished custom Giorgio Armani gown, and later into the night, she donned a custom light-blue silk Saint Laurent column gown for the Vanity Fair Oscars afterparty. Now it's time to pick favourites — which gown gets your vote?
Jennifer Lawrence celebrated her big win at the after-party festivities in a shimmery metallic Calvin Klein gown and Brian Atwood shoes. The plunging neckline and body-con silhouette highlighted her figure to a T, while drop earrings, bold stacked Shay cuffs, and a Elahn statement ring injected a refreshing edge to the overall look. Does she get your vote?
Natalie Portman may have skipped the Academy Awards, but that didn't stop her and her husband, Benjamin Millepied, from stopping by Vanity Fair's Oscars after-party. Natalie looked drop-dead gorgeous in a white strapless gown with a black bow, which she accessorised with a Christian Dior horn-handle clutch and a pair of striking emerald drop earrings. It's been a while since we've seen Natalie on the red carpet, and this look reminds us just how chic and polished she is. What do you think of her after-party look?
Naomi Watts did the old Oscars switch-up on us last night, swapping her incredible silver-sequined Armani Privé gown for an equally stunning Emilio Pucci number. The actress arrived at the Vanity Fair Oscars after-party in the asymmetrical black-and-gold beaded dress, which perfectly accentuated her curves. Not only did we die for Naomi's first look, but her second one is just as killer — what do you think?
Diane Kruger arrived at the Vanity Fair Oscars party in what could potentially be one of the coolest dresses we've ever seen on the after-party circuit. Crafted in a messy-meets-modernist black-and-white finish, Kruger's leg-baring Giambattista Valli look caught our attention and kept it there. Rest assured, the blonde beauty kept everything else minimal, pairing the look with a slicked-back bun, Neil Lane cluster earrings, a gold-and-black clutch, a Jaeger-LeCoultre diamond-encrusted watch, and crisp white Christian Louboutin pointy-toe pumps. Are you into Kruger's latest ensemble?
Girls star Allison Williams stepped onto the Vanity Fair Oscars party red carpet looking sophisticated in an ivory Valentino gown adorned with capped sleeves and floral beading. While her colour choice was safe, it was all about the intricate embellishments. The actress completed her look with diamond drop earrings and a couple of sparkly rings. Thoughts?
Miranda Kerr arrived at Vanity Fair's Oscars after-party in a plunging grey sheer Valentino gown, complete with an embellished neckline and sparkly chandelier earrings. While we adore Miranda's laid-back street style, we also love seeing her in something altogether dressier. Last night's choice was a bit of a departure for Miranda, who usually goes for more formfitting silhouettes, but did it work?
Britney Spears had fans doing a double take when she stepped out for Elton John's Oscars viewing party last night. The singer had taken her hair from its usual golden hue to a deep chestnut brown (although we have seen her with even darker hair in the past). A scattering of caramel highlights added extra dimension. Being a brunette is a big change for Britney, so what do you think of her new 'do?
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As always, the Oscars promises to be a night as much about the glamorous looks as it is about the night's big winners — this red carpet is the proof. The 85th annual Academy Awards brought jaw-dropping arrivals from the Hollywood crowd, like Jessica Chastain in a shimmering, nude custom Armani Prive gown, Amy Adams in a frothy Oscar de la Renta confection, and Jennifer Lawrence in Dior Haute Couture. For all that and more of the latest arrivals, keep clicking.
You won't see many miniskirts at the Academy Awards, but floor-length hemlines don't make this set of Oscar gowns any less sexy. Thanks to cut-outs, décolletage-baring necklines, slits and open backs, these gowns bring a seriously sultry vibe to the red carpet. Inside, we've culled only the most jaw-dropping gowns from Oscars night — from the show to the after-parties — click through to see Naomi Watts in a high-impact silver Armani Privé gown, Jessica Chastain's bombshell moment (also in Armani Privé), Halle Berry's custom Atelier Versace stunner, and the rest of tonight's head turners.