The award ceremony — which drew the likes of Elisabeth Moss, Tiffany Haddish, Aubrey Plaza, Tessa Thompson and Melissa McCarthy — will be broadcast Monday.
Beverly Johnson and Tina Knowles-Lawson also attended the Black Design Collective’s first annual scholarship tribute in Los Angeles.
Lena Waithe, Ty Hunter and Janet Mock present to the couple.
“It’s cool to support bigger designers when they’re more accessible to people who don’t have a lot of money for high fashion things,” said “The Walking Dead” actress Alanna Masterson at the bash.
Rita Wilson, Sharon Stone and Miley Cyrus came out for “An Unforgettable Evening.”
The annual Vanity Fair Oscar party drew Lady Gaga, Regina King, Spike Lee, Zoë Kravitz, Tracee Ellis Ross and more.
“I think more people are going to be jumping into independent film in the future,” said producer/director/rapper Boots Riley. “It’s going to be like hip-hop in the early Nineties.”
The Essence magazine’s Black Women in Hollywood luncheon was not only a chance to acknowledge actresses in film, but to champion activism and accountability.
“This nomination is opening the doors for others to follow and to have opportunities and really aspire and see themselves achieving their goals,” said “Roma” breakout Aparicio.
“I’m a long time fan of Elton John,” said Brandi Carlile, dressed in a Libertine suit. “His ability to mix humor with flamboyance and style is something that has always inspired me.”
“I could have stayed home to watch ‘SpongeBob’ with Stormi all night, but I came here to be here with y’all,” Travis Scott told the crowd.
Brandi Carlile, Hailee Steinfeld and Rita Ora celebrate the Grammys.
Hollywood stars took a moment to put the emphasis on giving back.