After the 94th Academy Awards on March 27, stars celebrated at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party.
There were several stunning after-party looks, but a couple of looks reigned supreme.
Sophie Turner's dress showed her baby bump, and Michael B. Jordan and Lori Harvey made their red-carpet debut.
Rita Ora and Taika Waititi looked like they stepped out of a watercolor painting at the event.
Power couple Rita Ora and Taika Waititi stepped out early on the Vanity Fair red carpet, setting the bar high for the looks to come.
Ora wore a black strapless gown by Miss Sohee covered in Swarovski crystals and floral embellishments. Her champagne-colored off-the-shoulder cape by Sohee Park served as a canvas with a crystal and bead-embellished landscape scene across the train.
Waititi's look complemented his date's; he wore a dusty-pink suit with a pale blue-grey bow tie.
Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner had a mom and dad's night out in bold looks.
Rumors have been swirling over Sophie Turner's potential baby bump, and it was on full display in her empire-waist Louis Vuitton gown at the event. The actress was glowing while her husband's suit was literally shimmering.
Joe Jonas' Louis Vuitton suit was dotted with clusters of crystals around its silhouette. He amped up the cool factor with a black tank top and a Tiffany & Co. necklace.
Jada Pinkett Smith and Will Smith were dazzling together after drama earlier in the evening.
Smith continued wearing his black Dolce & Gabbana three-piece tuxedo. His tie had Cartier jewel embellishments.
But Pinkett Smith changed out of her emerald number into a gold, sequined, ombre gown with a dramatic flowing cape tied around her neck.
Jessica Chastain was the picture of perfection next to her husband as she celebrated her award.
Her green pleated, ruched gown appeared to flow like liquid and dazzled from every angle. Her necklace also perfectly complemented her dress, hair, and eye color.
Her husband wore a dashing steel-blue, double-breasted suit with a bow tie and loafers.
Barbara Palvin and Dylan Sprouse attended in sleek all-black looks.
The longtime couple stepped out in matching jet-black looks. Model and actress Barbara Palvin wore a knit Missoni dress with a daring cutout on her midriff. She paired it with a mini purse and delicate sheer heels.
Dylan Sprouse wore a classic tuxedo with chunky dress shoes.
Dwyane Wade and Gabrielle Union were all smiles in a color combination that resembled mint chocolate chip.
Wade and Union went for subtle colors, but not subtle details.
The former NBA star wore a pistachio-green jacquard tuxedo by Gucci with classic loafers.
Meanwhile, Union wore a shimmering chocolate-brown Valentino gown. While the dress covered most of her body, its slight sheerness revealed her figure and a bodysuit underneath.
Chrissy Teigen and John Legend put a modern twist on old Hollywood glam.
The always-stylish duo stepped out in bright looks for the celebratory night. Teigen's Georges Hobeika asymmetrical gown had sequins trickling down it into a voluminous tulle skirt.
Meanwhile, John Legend kept it cool and classic in a white tuxedo by Gucci with a black bow tie and shoes.
Serena Williams and Alexis Ohanian showed out in dazzling ensembles to party.
After wearing a decadent Gucci design earlier in the evening to announce Beyoncé's opening performance and support the "King Richard" cast as an executive producer, Serena Williams turned to party mode.
Williams wowed in a shimmering strapless minidress for the after-party. Her ultra flirty dress shined next to husband Alexis Ohanian's classic Gucci tuxedo.
Henry Golding and Liv Lo wore dreamy pale- and navy-blue ensembles.
Golding and his wife complemented each other in stunning blue ensembles. Lo wore a "sustainably sourced, ethically made" gown by Jennifer Clair, as per her Instagram story.
Golding donned a Tom Ford look with a floral silk jacquard cocktail jacket. The rest of his look was classic to let his jacket be the statement piece.
Finneas O'Connell and Claudia Sulewski kept it classic in all-black looks that they wore earlier in the night.
After O'Connell won best original song for "No Time to Die" with his sister, Billie Eilish, he celebrated at Vanity Fair with his girlfriend Claudia Sulewski. Famously wearing Gucci to notable events, Finneas wore a satin peak-lapel Gucci tuxedo for the ceremony and the after-party.
Sulewski's plunging halter gown had strands of large black crystals cascading down it.
Michael B. Jordan and Lori Harvey dazzled under the lights for their red-carpet debut.
Michael B. Jordan and Lori Harvey have a streak of great individual looks, but this was their first red-carpet appearance as a couple.
Halsey and her partner, screenwriter Alev Aydin, wore equally daring looks on the red carpet.
Halsey left little to the imagination when she stepped out in a black sheer lace gown by Dolce & Gabbana. With chain-link straps signature to the brand and a visible thong, the entire look was sultry and very rock 'n' roll.
Her partner, Alev Aydin, matched her look in a black sequined jacket, pale-yellow flowing blouse, and wide trousers.
Joe Manganiello and Sofía Vergara looked timeless for the after-party.
Sofía Vergara and Joe Manganiello always look picture perfect, and their appearance at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party was no exception.
Vergara stunned in a Mark Zunino look that the brand called "one of our most iconic gowns" on Instagram. The flowing cream-colored fabric hugged her curves.
Manganiello wore a classic tuxedo by Zegna.
Stephanie Beatriz and her husband, Brad Hoss, packed on the texture — she in a lace dress and he in a velvet jacket.
Stephanie Beatriz had a lot to celebrate after performing "We Don't Talk About Bruno" with her castmates for the first time on television and after "Encanto" won for best animated feature film. The actress and singer dazzled in a refined vintage Oscar de la Renta gown.
Her husband, Brad Hoss, wore a velvet tuxedo jacket and an all-black suit and bow tie.
Adrien Brody and Georgina Chapman coordinated perfectly in earth-toned ensembles.
While Brody's tuxedo appears black and brown, it was actually an olive green design by Giorgio Armani.
Chapman wore a sheer brown gown dripping in crystals, floral appliques, and fringe.
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