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Diamonds, a fur stole and glittery Giuseppe Zanotti shoes: has a recipe for style success in her white open-back Stella McCartney gown at the Vanity Fair bash.
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ditched her voluminous Elie Saab for a sleek Zuhair Murad Couture gown (that still showed off her rockin’ bod), Jimmy Choo accessories and a fur stole at the Vanity Fair party.
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Just because this is an afterparty-only dress doesn’t mean that takes things easy. She tops a beaded strapless Zuhair Murad number with $1.5 million of Neil Lane diamonds.
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This is simultaneously both the least and most outfit in the universe. In her Schiaparelli Haute Couture pants and black mohair bolero, plus a heart-shaped Judith Leiber clutch and red lips, she’s unmissable at the Elton John AIDS Foundation bash. (P.S.: Love her lipstick? It’s a mix of MAC’s “Neon Orange” and “Morange” and the brand’s Lipmix in “Orange.”)
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In a very different white Dior dress, deep green drop earrings and an Eddie Borgo clutch, the star cuts a stunning figure at the Vanity Fair shindig.
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“Does she have this dress in every color?” wondered one editor to another of this very familiar-feeling (but still drop-dead sexy) Emilio Pucci gown worn by to the Vanity Fair party.
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The goes uncharacteristically subdued in a silver-and-black Louis Vuitton gown.
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The supermodel goes sheer, sparkly and sultry in Atelier Versace and Repossi jewels.
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She’s only a teen, but she dresses like she’s been on red carpets for ages: Just check out her commanding carry of this bold Andrew Gn gown with the night’s trendy deep-wine lip.
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Leave it to Diane to pull off the best possible execution of the gown/pants hybrid (hers is Donna Karan Atelier) we’ve seen to date. H. Stern jewels and a cheeky Anya Hindmarch clutch are perfect additions.
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Yet another star stepping out in Atelier Versace and a loose updo – but periwinkle fully embroidered gown (with Judith Leiber clutch) stands out nonetheless.
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The chartreuse color of Elie Saab had us split, but we’re loving the red-and-gold sequin print of the Altuzarra dress she wore to the Vanity Fair party.
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The actress swapped her classic navy Givenchy Haute Couture design for an edgier white sequin bias-cut number, worn to the Vanity Fair party with Jimmy Choo sandals and a Piaget necklace.
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Still in Calvin Klein Collection – but a slightly less elaborate Calvin Klein Collection – the star wears a custom rose-gold beaded strapless dress with Chopard jewels to the Vanity Fair party.
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Her Oscars gown worked one ’80s vibe, while this Dior afterparty number at the Vanity Fair party embodies entirely another.
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From ultra-feminine Dior to ultra-fashiony Giambattista Valli Haute Couture, the Best Actress nominee works her French-girl chic thing to maximum effect at the Vanity Fair event.
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In another knock-it-out-of-the-ballpark design by Mindy Project costume designer Salvador Perez, the star (and her new ombré tips) glows in the low-neck, short-sleeve style.
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The singer had three major changes of the night: She went from this huge Marchesa on the Oscars red carpet to a huge Vera Wang Collection to perform “Grateful” during the Oscars to this hugely naked Donna Karan Atelier for the Vanity Fair afterparty.
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Zuhair Murad Couture didn’t steer her wrong at the Oscars, so it makes sense that she stuck with the designer for the Vanity Fair afterparty.
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She changed out of her frothy, fluffy Alexander McQueen and into this streamlined Saint Laurent for the Vanity Fair afterparty.
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Not content to let Rita steal all the nearly-naked thunder, says “auf wiedersehn” to underwear in this iridescent, extremely bare number.
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For the Elton John AIDS Foundation viewing party, embraced pattern and color (hallelujah!) in this floral-embroidered Naeem Khan and dangling chandelier earrings.
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The 360º view of her Oscars gown was stunning, but we can imagine why Naomi might want to change into something a little simpler for the Vanity Fair party.
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Some stars changed in between the Oscars and the afterparties. Model Gigi changed in between one afterparty and another (and both looks were Atelier Versace!), landing on this sexy, swirly, see-through gown for the Vanity Fair bash.
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There aren’t many in this world who could make a harlequin-print orange-and-pink Schiaparelli Haute Couture gown with crystal bow detail look effortless, but Camilla (wearing Chopard jewels) is one of those people. “I absolutely fell in love with the color and the shape and the detail,” she tells PEOPLE. “I thought it was absolutely perfect.”
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