2016 Vanity Fair Oscar Party Red Carpet Rundown: Part 2

Posted on March 02, 2016

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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
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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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Standard.

 

Freida Pinto in Versace
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Horrible.

 

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
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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
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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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Goddess.

 

Nina Dobrev in Elie Saab
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Looks like sugary breakfast cereal.

 

Priyanka Chopra in Jenny Packham
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Yuck.

 

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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