Designer Marc Bouwer took to Instagram to challenge the inspiration for the Reem Acra dress Allison Janney wore to the Oscars.
Olympians, rock stars, moguls, models and, oh yeah, Oscar winners, all turned out for the annual post-Oscars party in Beverly Hills.
Lionel Richie, Adriana Lima, George Hamilton, Ricky Martin and more also supported the annual fund-raiser fete, which raised $5.9 million.
Stars let their clothes do the talking, ditching black for bright white and color. Time’s Up’s effect was seen in the strong silhouettes.
The party also attracted Paris Hilton, Lydia Hearst, Zelda Williams, Rosario Dawson, Angela Bassett and Madeleine Petsch.
Sally Hawkins and Guillermo del Toro were the main attraction at the party, along with Ricky Martin.
The 10th annual affair drew Daniel Kaluuya, Sienna Miller, Jamie Dornan, Adrien Brody, Yara Shahidi, Tracee Ellis Ross and Leonardo DiCaprio.
The retailer broke in its Melrose Place concept shop with a dinner celebrating “Call Me By My Name” and other Sony Pictures movies in the running for an Academy Award.
The crowd included nominees Margot Robbie, Greta Gerwig, Mary J. Blige, Rachel Morrison and Emily V. Gordon, plus Oscar-winner Viola Davis.
The rapper and a host of designers including Calvin Klein, Diane von Furstenberg and Zac Posen attended the annual pre-Oscars opening event.
The singer-actress hosted a brunch for her organization Fem the Future, which empowers female music executives, filmmakers and engineers.
The Olympic skier talks the dog he adopted in South Korea, the tux he’s “obsessed” with and his love for Timothée Chalamet.
Lena Waithe, Tessa Thompson and ‘Black Panther’ star Danai Gurira were also honored, and Lupita Nyong’o got a surprise birthday cake.
Zendaya, January Jones, Nina Dobrev, Caitlyn Jenner, Tracee Ellis Ross and more turned out for the Vanity Fair and Lancome Paris fete.
Elizabeth Saltzman, Kate Young and Micaela Erlanger on dressing during Time’s Up movement, how the Oscars will look and growing their brands.