Celebrities including actresses Olivia Wilde and Julia Garner wore daring outfits to the Vanity Fair Oscar Party.
The event, hosted by the publication in Los Angeles, has high-profile guests in attendance every year.
It is an opportunity for stars to wear more adventurous outfits than is normally seen at the Oscars – and famous faces delivered with bold fashion choices.
Ozark actress Julia Garner wore an outfit straight from the Paris Fashion Week runway.
She donned a black Off-White skintight gown with a statement circular neckline, originally modelled by Naomi Campbell on the catwalk.
Actor and director Olivia Wilde wore a daring gown by Uruguayan-American designer Gabriela Hearst.
The white ensemble had one long sleeve and was draped to reveal a black bra underneath. With smokey black eyeshadow and her tousled hair loose, Wilde gave the adventurous look a rock-and-roll edge.
Till actress Danielle Deadwyler also wore an ensemble straight off the runway.
She donned a bronze strapless minidress with large bow detailing, paired with aqua gloves – which was first seen on the Versace runway in Los Angeles last Thursday night.
Donald Glover – who created and starred in the TV show Atlanta – didn’t wear a classic suit to the party.
Instead, he chose a grey jumpsuit by Alexander McQueen, complete with cut-outs at the side and a deep V revealing his bare chest.
The style of Alan Cumming’s double-breasted suit was classic, but the Scottish actor gave it a twist in a reflective silver material.
White Lotus actress Jennifer Coolidge went for all-out glamour in a black Dolce & Gabbana gown.
With her hair in a big bouffant, the outfit featured gloves, a plunging neckline revealing a black lacy bra underneath, and all-over ruching.
Debuting a brighter copper hair colour, presenter and cookbook author Chrissy Teigen wore a green dress from the Zuhair Murad couture catwalk.
The green wrap dress had a disco-inspired feel to it, with sequins and feathered cuffs.
American Horror Story actress Sarah Paulson wore a dress from the recent Nina Ricci autumn/winter 2023 collection, which marked British-American fashion designer Harris Reed’s debut as creative director of the brand.
The sequinned black dress featured statement puff sleeves, and Paulson paired it with a gold necklace and a berry-coloured lip.
American politician Nancy Pelosi wore a gold sequinned Giambattista Valli gown with pale pink flowers dotted on.