Winners, actors, filmmakers and models rubbed shoulders with each other post the Oscars at the most happening annual party in Beverly Hills.
Hosted by editor-in-chief of Vanity Fair Radhika Jones, the Vanity Fair Post-Oscar bash was memorable with models walking down the red carpet dressed to the nines.
Presenting the best looks from the party.
Ashley Graham, who was dressed in a liquid draped gown by Rubin Singer, shares a passionate kiss with her husband Justin Ervin on the red carpet.
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After wowing us with her yellow bespoke Celia Kritharioti gown at a pre-Oscars party, Petra Nemcova bared some skin in a thigh-high slit dress with a flowing train.
It was a golden rush for Karolina Kurkova, who kept it short and sexy in a golden Balmain dress.
Sheer was the hot favourite on the runway with Camila Morrone and Shanina Shaik leaving little to the imagination.
Joan Smalls opted for a Roberto Cavalli embroidered black evening gown with multicolour embroidery details on the bust. We think she couldn't have looked hotter!
Taylor Hill looked pleased as Punch in a figure-hugging peach gown with a cutout neck.
Kendall Jenner gave a new meaning to exaggerated sleeves and Romee Strijd cut a pretty picture in a fabulous black shimmering gown.
Another favourite on the red carpet were metallic gowns. Lily Aldridge, Jasmine Tookes and Hailey Baldwin gave the metallic gown a huge nod of approval.
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley continued her love affair with dramatic silhouettes and Lais Ribeiro slipped her oomphalicious figure in a lovely sequinned gown.
Adriana Lima and Stella Maxwell looked HAWT in black numbers. Adriana sported a strapless black silk velvet gown with maxi bow, while Stella was simply wow in a halter neck gown.
But it was Elsa Hosk who commanded attention on the red carpet in a custom Alberta Ferretti black tulle gown embellished with Swarovski crystals. Her black lingerie with sequins all over completes the look. Close on her heels was Padma Lakshmi who flaunted her incredible figure in a netted gown.
Martha Hunt and Naomi Campbell ditched gowns for tailored pantsuits in white.