You can trust Diane Kruger to make a styled arrival — and her appearance at tonight's Vanity Fair Oscar fête didn't disappoint. Diane's elegant-cum-sultry red Calvin Klein gown gets a jolt of sexy via a plunging neckline and a peek at her pretty lace bralette, while she adds interest with a gold box clutch and a pair of intricate diamond drop earrings. Diane doesn't often shy away from making a statement on the red carpet — what do you think about this one?Vote on all of our Oscar polls here!
Quick-change artist alert! Jennifer Lopez has exchanged one slinky number for another — this time in a jawdropping V-front gown decked out in merlot red sequins from Zuhair Murad at the Vanity Fair party. The only thing competing with her shine factor is the juxtaposed element of skin-baring surprise. Case in point: the sheer floral lace panel running down the side of her gown, tailored just for a strategically-placed sneak peek of leg. With her hair still piled glamorously atop her head, she donned a pair of diamond earrings and a sparkly red clutch to complement outfit number two of the evening. Are you into this dazzling, albeit daring, look?Vote on all of our Oscar polls here!
We were hoping Zoe Saldana would make an Oscar-night appearance — and we just got what we wished for. Equal parts vampy and vintage-inspired, Zoe opted for a Marios Schwab sheer-skirted black satin gown that gets a dose of sweetness via a jeweled collar and a hint of sexy via see-through insets. Red lips and a bold croc clutch complete her awards-night style. Do you love it?Vote on all of our Oscar polls here!
Looking like a vision in jeweled teal tones, Katie Holmes stepped out at the Vanity Fair party in none other than Elie Saab. The strapless gown featured intricate beading at the bodice, which then flowed into a gorgeous chiffon train. The ornate quality of her dress made it so her accessories could be kept to the minimum flash factor. Thus, she adorned herself with just a single gold strand necklace, diamond stud earrings, an amethyst cocktail ring, and a white clutch. It's a polished look in a pretty peacock hue, but do you think this afterparty look is a home run?Vote on all of our Oscar polls here!
Lily Collins channeled ethereal glamour in a full-skirted Monique Lhuillier gown. With a dress like that, it takes little else to make a statement, and Lily played it off perfectly by adding just a pair of delicate drop earrings to the amazing blue and nude tulle gown. What do you think of her dramatic Oscar-night style?Vote on all of our Oscar polls here!
Victoria Beckham brought her signature sleek and sexy to tonight's Vanity Fair afterparty, stepping out in her own design wearing a nude-hued body-conscious strapless. The gown may be understated — aside from its figure-flaunting fit — but Victoria plays up the drama with a smoky cat eye and a leather belt to accent her waist. We get just a pop of color from her pretty jeweled cocktail ring, otherwise it's all streamlined and simplified. Thoughts?Vote on all of our Oscar polls here!
If there's one thing we can count on from Elizabeth Olsen, it's that we can always expect something fresh from her. Tonight's Vanity Fair party ensemble is just that — it's chic, elegant, but never tired or boring. Her Christian Dior black short-sleeved gown got a boost of quirky cool by way of its sheer-paneled skirt, complete with ruffled detail. For a sleek finish, she outfitted herself with a classic black purse from The Row and black Ferragamo pumps. Unlike some of Elizabeth's more embellished attires, this one was pared down and totally sophisticated. Are you into it?Vote on all of our Oscar polls here!
Mad Men actress January Jones brought her signature brand of blond bombshell glamour to the Vanity Fair Oscars party — this time, with a slightly darker retro twist. Her halter-style Wes Gordon gown featured a chic emerald top with a long, slick burgundy-striped skirt, cinched together with a wide black cummerbund-like belt. She wore a bold red lip, a 1920s-inspired bob, and sweet gold hoop earrings and carried a croc-infused clutch to polish off the look. It certainly invoked a moodier, dramatic kind of evening flair, but she pulled it off effortlessly. Do you agree?Vote on all of our Oscar polls here!
Best actress nominee Viola Davis made a beautiful statement at the 2012 Oscars. The Help star let her hair go natural, with just a hint of tint to lighten her locks. A shiny nude lip and bronzed cheeks showed off her complexion, and glittering emerald eyeliner accentuated her green drop earrings. All in all, it's a festively formal look for an actress who's coming off of a SAG Awards win for her role in The Help. Does she win your applause for her Oscars look, too?Vote on all of our Oscar polls here!
While she has gradually lightened her signature pixie a few levels over the past few months, Michelle Williams has typically worn a makeup palette of pretty pink hues this award season. This time around, however, Michelle punched things up a bit with a bold raspberry lip hue. Marilyn Monroe, the actress whom Michelle portrays in My Week With Marilyn, would likely approve, but what about you?Vote on all of our Oscar polls here!