After all the big dresses on the Oscars 2016 red carpet, Hollywood's A-listers swapped frocks for a succession of glamorous after-parties.
Jennifer Lawrence traded Dior for Alexander Wang, Rachel McAdams ditched her backless green dress for a similar one in pink, while Kate Hudson slipped into metallic Maria Lucia Hohan.
Of course, some shunned the extravagance (or indeed the hassle) of peeling off one corsetted creation and shimmying into another after exiting the Dolby Theatre - if we were Jennifer Garner, we'd never take that dramatic Atelier Versace gown off either.
From the annual Vanity Fair bash to the prestigious Governors Ball, see what everyone wore to celebrate the biggest night in Hollywood.
Best Actress winner Brie Larson switches her blue Gucci ceremony dress for fuzzy pink.
Kate Hudson slips into metallic Maria Lucia Hohan.
Best Supporting Actress winner Alicia Vikander swaps her yellow ceremony gown for black Louis Vuitton sequins.
After wowing in her dark green August Getty Atelier gown, Rachel McAdams slips into an equally impressive embellished pink number.
Jessica Alba gives her Roberto Cavalli dress edge, with a thick black waist belt and chunky necklace.
Taylor Swift vamps it up in thigh-high, navel skimming Alexandre Vauthier.
Pregnant Anne Hathaway looks gorgeous in gold studs and black layers.
Jennifer Lawrence trades red carpet Dior for an edgier Alexander Wang two-piece.
Lady Gaga sticks to her skirted stage costume.
Juno Temple channels a 70s disco vibe in draped Yves Saint Laurent Couture sequins.
Lorde adds edge to the prom dress trend.
Diane Kruger opts for a daring look in red wine Reem Acra.
Kate Bosworth and Michael Polish
Kate Bosworth's ruffled Ralph & Russo dress proves a huge hit.
Lana Del Rey
Lana Del Rey goes for soft and pretty Vivienne Westwood Couture.
Kate Upton goes for classic black with a deep plunge.
Freida Pinto opts for a bold blue two-piece.
Kerry Washington makes an entrance in neon-trimmed Atelier Versace.
Lily Collins comes over all 1920s in gold Yves Saint Laurent Couture sequins.
Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel
Jessica Biel works shades of grey in Zuhair Murad.
It's draped ivory silk for Liberty Ross.
Diane von Furstenberg
Diane von Furstenberg showed us how it's done in classy monochrome.
Aaron and Sam Taylor-Johnson
Sam and Aaron Taylor-Johnson clash prints in style.
Thandie Newton taps into the lingerie look with a lace-trimmed slip dress.
Ever the red carpet pro, Elizabeth Banks rocks her caped Ralph & Russo jumpsuit..
Game of Thrones star Emilia Clarke does polka dot Miu Miu.
Mindy Kaling wore a dress by The Mindy Project costume designer Salvador Perez.
Amy Adams nails body hugging layers by Atelier Versace.
Emma Roberts breezes through in ethereal chiffon.
Nope, we'd never take that Versace gown off either, Jennifer Garner.
Sofia Vergara sticks to her favourite dress shape in shimmering Mark Zunino.
Serena Williams pulls a Beyonce in bridal lace.
Emily Ratajkowski keeps it minimal.
Naomi Campbell owns the arrivals carpet in skliny grey silk.
Caitlyn Jenner keeps it classic in a bright red shift.
Gabrielle Union balances a double thigh split with long sleeves.
Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton
Gwen Stefani pushes the boundaries of the sheer trend.
Pregnant Chrissy Tiegen swaps her red lace gown for elegant black sequins.
Saoirse Ronan sparkles in emerald Calvin Klein sequins.
Rebel Wilson keeps it elegant in classic black.