Hollywood's finest took to the red carpet yesterday (Sunday 27 February) for the 83rd Academy Awards, including Best Actress nominees Natalie Portman, Michelle Williams and Nicole Kidman.
Following the star-studded ceremony, the A-list headed to the annual Vanity Fair party, which saw outfit changes and additional guests joining the awards attendees.
Take a look at all the outfits below - and be sure to share your favourite in the comments section below!
Natalie Portman showed her Black Swan solidarity by wearing costume designer’s Rodarte purple-burgandy, chiffon gown.
Michelle Williams in a simple, white, beaded Chanel gown.
Scarlett Johansson was another actress in a purple hue gown. Hers was a pretty, lace Dolce & Gabbana number with high neck line and cut out back. Her tousled bob looked glamorous yet sexy.
Melissa Leo wore a white, lace Marc Bouwer dress with Elvis style collar.
Anne Hathaway wore a traffic-stopping, red, figure hugging Valentino (the first of her nine dresses for the evening).
Amy Adams looked amazing in a shimmering navy column dress by L'Wren Scott – one of our favourites.
Reese Witherspoon channelled the Sixties in her simple black and white Armani Privé gown and high pony hair.
Mila Kunis looked pretty in a lilac, lace Elie Saab couture gown.
Sandra Bullock went for a red, beautifully cut Vera Wang gown.
Gwyneth Paltrow shimmered in a minimalist, silver, Calvin Klein gown, which really showed off her stunning, slender figure.
Jennifer Lawrence wore a minimalist yet eye-catching red Calvin Klein. It was a bespoke piece made for her by the label's designer Francisco Costa.
Cate Blanchett wore an opinion dividing light lavender hue Givenchy Haute Couture gown with lavender and yellow bead embellishment. You’ll either love it or hate it. We think Cate pulled it off beautifully.
Hilary Swank went for a silver Gucci gown with a ravishing white to grey skirt of ostrich feathers.
Hailee Steinfeld helped co-design her pale pink Fifties-style Marchesa dress.
Camila Alves wore a black Kaufman Franco gown with plunging neckline.
Mandy Moore wore a nude and silver sequenced Monique L'Hullier dress.
Marisa Tomei wore an interesting navy dress with asymmetric, tulle skirt.
Livia Firth went eco chic in a stunning Gary Harvey gown, which was made with 11 reclaimed dresses, and also wore the world’s first certified fairtrade gold from jewelry designer Anna Loucha.
Nicole Kidman stuck by John Galliano by wearing one of his Christian Dior gowns, which was a white, strapless dress with silver, Oriental-inspired embroidery.
Sharon Stone looked scary in a black, gothic gown with an asymmetric neckline decorated with black and grey ostrich feathers.
Annette Bening wore a silver, beaded Kaufman Franco gown.
Busy wore a black, satin strapless gown with a mermaid style skirt.
Celine Dion showed off an impressive post-pregnancy body in a shimmery white Armani Privé.
Florence Welch looked cool in a pale yellow Valentino dress.
Halle Berry looked her usual beautiful self in a shimmering nude and silver Marchesa gown.
Helena Bonham-Carter worked with Alice in Wonderland costume designer Colleen Atwood on her 1880s-inspired dress, which was less eccentric compared to some of her past red carpet looks. She did however reveal that she was wearing a small Union Jack flag tied round her leg – to represent the Brits we assume. She carried a Lulu Guinnes fan-shaped clutch.
Dame Helen wore a Vivienne Westwood Couture gown with a satin Ferragamo clutch and masses of Cartier jewels.
Jennifer Hudson wore a bright orange Versace gown with deep neckline.
Kathryn wore a simple maroon dress with slashes above the knee and at the shoulders.
Penelope Cruz looked amazing post pregnancy in a burgundy red L'Wren Scott.
Cameron Diaz wore a tight, off-the-shoulder, monochrome print, mini dress with frill detail to the Vanity Fair post Oscars bash. She wore it with Jimmy Choo black shoe boots.
Emma Stone went for the popular purple hue with mismatched prints. The striking Chanel Couture design short dress had a long lace train at the back, glittery, sphere print top and lace skirt.
Gwyneth wore a stunning nude hued one-shouldered embellished dress by Michael Kors to the Vanity Fair party.
Jessica Biel showed off her impressively toned body in a nude and silver Versace column gown.
77 year old Joan Collins looked amazing in a lilac and white dress.
Kate Beckinsale wears a classic, glittery black dress.
Madonna attended the Vanity Fair party with her daughter Lourdes. Madonna wore a daring black body with lace dress over the top and black, furry bodywarmer, and Lourdes went for a white mini dress with aztec style embroidery.
Selena Gomez walked the red carpet with boyfriend Justin Bieber, she wore a stunning blood-red Dolce and Gabbana gown and gold accessories.
Taylor Swift shimmered in a short gold Zuhair Murad strapless gown with matching shoes. She channeled 1940s-style glamour with wavy hair and a slash of red lipstick.
Juliette Lewis looked glamorous in a navy blue, strapless gown.