360º of Oscars Glamour
Her may be gunning for statues tonight, but is the one stealing the show in her strapless plum Gucci gown, which brings the drama thanks to the ruffles running down her back and the dramatic train.
She’s crossed over to the dark side. At least when it comes to her hair and dress. To complement her new brunette strands, attends the Elton John party in a plunging black sequin Michael Cinco Couture gown, one of the most flattering looks we’ve seen on her in a long time.
We have to admit that when we first saw the actress at the Vanity Fair party in this white Lanvin top and skirt, we panned it. Then she turned to the side to reveal that the bodysuit has obliques-baring cutouts and we gave it our seal of approval.
She draped, everyone else gaped. The actress leaves, oh, absolutely nothing to the imagination at Vanity Fair’s party in blush Atelier Versace and silver Versace heels.
Was anyone aware that had a killer body? If you were the only person on the planet who didn’t know that, she clues you in with this plunging, backless, golden situation at Elton John’s soiree.
Young Hollywood goes old Hollywood. At the Vanity Fair event, the High School Musical looks all grown-up in a dramatic Moschino gown and plenty of jewelry, including a cuff by Gaydamak.
Why go for “business in front, a party in the back” when you can have a party from all angles? The tennis star ditches her whites and attends the Vanity Fair party in a navy Amanda Wakely gown with gold beading on the bodice and necklace-like strands down her back.
The Best Supporting Actress described her Prada gown as “business in the front, party in the back,” and she wasn’t lying! The pale pink dress seems simple at first glance, but the open back and thigh-high slit give it a sexy edge.
You’ll need all three angles to take in every aspect of busy gown, which features a floral sweetheart neckline, an oddly casual belt and a tricolor hemline with a center slit.
We’re sure she’s not trying to rub it in our faces that she’s one of the most beautiful women in the world, but certainly proves her point in this white peplum Dior Haute Couture gown.
And the award for the Longest Train at the Oscars goes to Olivia Munn, who makes a dramatic entrance in a major red gown with gold detailing and enough fabric to dress at least three or four other Oscar attendees.