Vanity Fair’s Oscars Party 2016

As usual, after the Academy Awards took place Vanity Fair’s Oscars Party, where the ones that had attended the prize-giving ceremony were joined by other celebrities. The party was hosted by Graydon Carter at Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts.

The carpet of the party was a new chance to dazzle and to captivate the audience and the fashion critics. We have to say that some of them had achieved the goal, but others stood halfway. Some of the most outstanding outfits were Jessica Alba in a Roberto Cavalli long-sleeve gown, Miranda Kerr wearing a red Kaufmanfranco dress, Kate Beckinsale in Romona Keveza white gown, Taylor Swift and Lily Aldridge, both wearing black dresses from Alexandre Vauthier, and Alicia Vikander, winner of Best Supporting Actress Awards, dressed in a black sequin Louis Vuitton dress.

Other looks have disappointed us a little bit, for example Diane Kruger’s choice, a red lace Reem Acra dress. The dress didn’t live up to our expectations, having in mind she’s considered one of the best dressed on the red carpets. Others were Daisy Ridley, wearing a Giambattista Valli dress, Amy Adams and Kerry Washington, both in Atelier Versace, Emilia Clarke in MiuMiu, Emma Roberts wearing Yanina Couture gown and Lisa Eisner.

As we said in our past article about the Red Carpet dresses, none of the dresses stands out. The great majority of dresses swing between extreme simplicity and exaggerated details. We hope the next year will be better in that way. Again, we want to congratulate to all the winners.

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