2016 Vanity Fair Oscar Party Red Carpet Rundown: Part 2

Posted on March 02, 2016


Darlings, it’s time for us to put Awards Season ’16 to bed. Or, if you’re feeling less gentle about your metaphors, it’s time to take Awards Season ’16 out back and pop a cap in its head.

Are you with us? Then let’s begin. We’re tired and cranky. This will absolutely be reflected in our comments.



Adrien Brody
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He smells.


Aubrey Plaza in Vionnet
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We suppose it’s by design that she looks like she’s naked and blushing at first glance, but we don’t love skin-colored dresses.



Bryan Cranston in Burberry
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Not feeling the shine.


Common in Dolce&Gabbana

It takes a VERY special man to make a white tux work. Common is that man.


Demi Lovato in Dolce&Gabbana
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Freida Pinto in Versace
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Jennifer Lawrence in Alexander Wang
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Perfunctory. That top’s about ready to just give up completely.


Jesse Tyler Ferguson
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A little adorably askew, but acceptable. Digging the blue shirt.


Joan Collins
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Bow down, bitches. She’s 82 and still wearing heels and slit skirts.


Jon Hamm

The line for whisker rides forms here.


Juliette Lewis in Vivienne Westwood
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She’s so right for Westwood. This isn’t setting us on fire, but it’s a good match of brand and wearer.


Kate Beckinsale in Romona Keveza
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Her usual. Looks good from here.


Lana Del Rey in Vivienne Westwood Couture
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It’s pretty enough, but Helen Mirren would find it mumsy.


Lily Collins in Saint Laurent
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1930s hair and 1970s disco styles always make a great combo.


Lorde in Monique Lhuillier

Did her parents make her go? That’s not an Oscar party face. That’s a “Sunday dinner at Nana’s” face.


Marisa Tomei in Marchesa
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Lovely. It’s a great color, even though we’re not convinced it’s quite her color.


Naomi Campbell in Atelier Versace
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Nina Dobrev in Elie Saab
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Looks like sugary breakfast cereal.


Priyanka Chopra in Jenny Packham
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Selena Gomez in Louis Vuitton
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It’s too tight, but it’s a fabulous look.


Tina Fey in Carolina Herrera
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There were a lot of tricky straps this night. While the color looks great, the straps make her look way more busty (busty-er?) than she is.

[Photo Credit: Getty Images]

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