It’s a rare occurrence when every single celebrity nails their awards show red carpet look. But at the 2020 Vanity Fair Oscars After Party, that’s exactly what’s happened.

It’s wild because the actual Academy Awards was a bit of a snooze fest on the fashion front. Then again, maybe everyone takes it easy at the actual awards and saves their artistic creations for the d-floor.

There’s also the fact that the Vanity Fair party allows D-listers in – at least, D-listers for the cinema scene. Models! Teen TV stars! Reality people! Gang’s all here.

Billy Porter

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Eternally fabulous, right down to the bag that I now want.

Charlize Theron

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Dressing like the actual Oscar statue but make it chic. I want her to twirl, twirl, TWIRL towards me like a gold tornado and then whip me in the face with the tassels. I won’t be upset.

Hailee Steinfeld

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So close to being boring but the netting is such a vibe here.

Lucy Boynton

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Her Oscars red carpet look was so meh but this is so heavenly. Like a giant unicorn fairy floss. I could never wear this, I’d try to eat it after five wines.

Winnie Harlow

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I mean, it’s fucking batshit but it’s also structural and interesting. Plus she’s a model so she knew how to work it. If she stood there all awkward with her hands floppy at her sides – another story.

Gal Gadot

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I LOVE a good faux tuxedo.

Behati Prinsloo

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Ok, not EVERYONE nailed it. This is… something. The visible Kim Craig g-banger? The knee-length (nothing should ever be knee length) skirt? It’s a no from me.

Kaitlyn Dever

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It’s like Dynasty meets Speak To The Manager meets Addams Family. I’m into it.

Hunter Schafer

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A VISION! This is the shit I live for at the Vanity Fair party. Dramatic, fun ensembles. What a skirt.

Darren Criss

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Versace circa 1995 vibes, you know I love a man who bothers in the fashion department.

Cynthia Erivo

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I’ve just so enjoyed Cynthia’s commitment to wild couture. This is so fun.

Tessa Thompson

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I think I would have preferred the bondage strapping as an entire bodice, but I still love the combo here.

Paris Jackson

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More unicorn! It’s a bit “I murdered Big Bird” but the colours are heaven on her.

Abigail Breslin

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Yeah look, I like it? But I also want to rescue her from the feathery sock.

Greta Gerwig & Noah Brumbach

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I’ve so loved Greta’s outfits for the Oscars. I think I would have preferred the skirt to be floor length, but it’s still cute as hell.

Florence Pugh

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This is SO MUCH BETTER than her weird mullet dress for the awards! She’s an art deco vision. I also love the DGAF bun.

Jo Skriver

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I do love the Vanity Fair after party because all the models come in showing us how to work a couture gown on a red carpet. Like this dress would be meh on an actor, but she makes it shine. Let’s burn the sock boots though.

Taylor Hill

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More models showing us how it’s done! I love the whole retro feel here, she looks like a 1960s showgirl.

Tommy Dorfman

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WILD stuff but I weirdly back it? You know I love a man in something interesting aside from a tuxedo. This is insane – imagine how cold he is, imagine how many people poked him all “boop!” when they’re drunk through the holes in it.

Aubrey Plaza

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Part of me feels I should hate this but she looks so bloody CUTE.

Kim Kardashian & Kanye West

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Ok did Kim repurpose some roof insulation into a dress.

Chrissy Teigen

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Chrissy looks like she’s emerged from the water to consume men’s souls.

Emily Ratajkowski

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She is literally the only woman in the world who could wear this and not look like a toilet roll.

Hailey Bieber

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It’s fine. It’s nice! It’s just not wowing me.

Kate Hudson

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I loooove Kate in gold (hello, How To Lose A Guy!).

Usher

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I have no idea what’s going on here. Are the shoes attached to the pants? Is that a scarf or a hankie he’s holding? Is it a sleeve? Whatever the case how comfy does he look.

Sandra Oh

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Sandra’s Vanity Fair outfit is like a sexy version of her Academy Awards one. I like this one better.

Kylie Jenner

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Say what you will about the Kardashians, they absolutely NAIL employing stylists who understand their body shape. This is a celebration of Kylie’s curves in the best, most artistic way.

Lana Condor

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It’s boring, but she looks beautiful. Who knows, maybe she had a huge fashion meltdown and went with the safe option, which is better than shuffling in feeling like you’re a bejewelled flamingo – all power to her. Sometimes you gotta play it safe.

Haim

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If you singled them out it’s whatever, but these sisters know how to sister dress like pros. They look phenomenal. It’s like when mum made you and your siblings wear matching Osh Kosh, but the adult version.

Zoe Deutsch

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The Snow White vibes are really working for Zoe.

Camila Mendes

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Hot damn this is so out there yet fantastic. I don’t even know why I like it – I think it’s the cartoonish quality, like she’s walked out of Alice In Wonderland.

Madelaine Petsch

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A velvet dream.

Lili Reinhart

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I just love all of these hyper-feminine floofy gowns, where they take it to the next level.

Maude Apatow

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Obsessed with the Barbie vibes.

Rowan Blanchard

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That material! It’s mind-bending in the best way. This might be my favourite dress I think.

Halima Aden

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Again, a model, so naturally excellent at showing off a dress. This is beautiful.

Riley Keough

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Riley shares my love of the 70s, so I always adore what she wears. This is a chill gown considering what we’ve seen, but it’s the one I’d wear (give it to me, Riley).

Karamo Brown

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This is MY Prince Eric.

Suki Waterhouse

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The marble undies! The detail on the neckline! This is best on ground, I think.

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