Oscars 2019: The Vanity Fair Party Red Carpet Rundown – Part 1 of 3

Posted on February 28, 2019

Put your judgin’ pants on and let’s get to it, girls! We’re in the home stretch of Oscars 2019 judging and we can’t falter now!



Allison Janney in Lela Rose

It’s sleek, with one bit of visual interest – everything she looks for in a gown. She looks great.




Amandla Stenberg in Vivienne Westwood

It’s cute. It’s punky. She’s young.




Aubrey Plaza in Saint Laurent

This has that YSL sexy sophistication vibe that suits her so well, but we don’t think we can sign off on those goofy shoes.



Ciara in Versace

It’s a bit of a Frankendress, but she’s pulling it off.



Elizabeth Banks in Monique Lhuillier

It’s … okay, we guess. We don’t hate it, but it doesn’t feel like the best choice for her.




Glenn Close in Armani Privé

That is how a star walks into a party having just set a record for nominations/losses in the Oscar race. Whether she cares or not, the image says she doesn’t and that’s all that matters.

It’s also a gorgeous gown for her. She must have been so happy to shed that 50 pound dress.



Hailee Steinfeld in Elie Saab


We can’t.



Kerry Washington in Schiaparelli Couture

Schiaparelli or not, we will never love foundation garment dresses.



Lady Gaga in Brandon Maxwell

She stuck to a theme all night and the second dress has the same level of sleek sophistication that the first one did.




Michelle Yeoh in Elie Saab

We wish the bodice wasn’t sheer, but the skirt is gorgeous.



Mindy Kaling in Alberta Ferretti

A skirt slit and a v-neck would do a lot to make her look a little more comfortable in this.




Serena Williams in Giambattista Valli Couture

We could do without the massive ruffles, but this is high drag.




Taraji P. Henson in Roland Mouret

We get it, but it doesn’t quite hit that disco-fabulous mark due to the cheap-looking fabric and kind of ugly color.




Vanessa Hudgens in Dundas

Can’t knock the dress, but the shoe’s too heavy for it.





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