Fact: Oscars After-Party Looks Are More Exciting Than the Show Itself
After the party it’s the after-party, and the Vanity Fair after-party is the place to be once the Oscars wrap (if you’re an A-list celebrity with the golden invite, that is). Blessedly for those of us watching at home, the fashion at the Oscars after-parties is typically even more eye-catching than at the ceremony itself. If the level-headed, slightly cautious older sister attends the Academy Awards looking perfectly beautiful and polished, it’s her edgier little sister who shows up to the after-party. Think: daring sheer looks and saucy cutouts, men in low-cut suits and corsets, and more sparkle than the eye can handle.
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Here, we round up the most striking fashion moments from the 2023 Oscars after-parties.
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Hunter Schafer’s Oscars After-Party Look Consisted of a Single Feather
Everyone’s talking about the ‘Euphoria’ star’s revealing avant-garde outfit. Here’s what to know about Belgium’s Ann Demeulemeester, the label behind it.
It’s hard to imagine how a single feather could go viral. But then along came Hunter Schafer wearing a white leather one across her breasts at the Vanity Fair Oscars 2023 after-party.
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The top — which is more of a breast belt — was from the Ann Demeulemeester Fall 2023 collection which was unveiled exactly two weeks earlier in Paris. The Mugler fragrance model wore the piece with a white silk bias cut skirt.
Law Roach, the stylist who dresses Schafer’s Euphoria co-star Zendaya, chose the skin-baring look which was applauded on Schafer’s IG by Zendaya, Katy Perry, Julia Fox and Marc Jacobs. (P.S. if you missed FASHION’s cover story on Law Roach, you can find it here.)
All the Best Looks From the Oscars 2023 Red Carpet
Hollywood’s most stylish night is here!
If you had any doubt that in-person events were back to pre-pandemic lockdown strength, look no further than the 95th Academy Awards. Film’s biggest night is underway at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles, California and the celebrities brought their style (and beauty) A-games to the Oscars red carpet 2023.
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The highly anticipated night kicked off with notable arrivals including Halle Bailey in an aqua blue corset gown fit for a Disney mermaid and Sofia Carson in a drop-waist Giambattista Valli princess gown. Vintage is trending at the 2023 Oscars with Rooney Mara sporting an ethereal Alexander McQueen from the label’s Fall 2008 ready-to-wear collection, Winnie Harlow making a bold statement in a buttercup yellow Armani Privé gown from their Spring 2005 couture collection and Vanessa Hudgens wowing in black and white vintage Chanel.
Volume and corsets are also proving popular on the 2023 Academy Awards red carpet, with standouts like Florence Pugh, Allison Williams and Fan Bingbing in the former and everyone from Lady Gaga and Jamie Lee Curtis to Phoebe Waller-Bridge and Zoe Saldana in the latter.
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Last year’s Oscars red carpet standout was inarguably Zendaya in a cropped white blouse. Who will steal the Oscars red carpet spotlight tonight? (We could say Rihanna whose party of two looked divine in leather and mesh Alaïa and call it now, but we’ll be watching the red carpet closely for more exciting arrivals.)
Check out all the looks from the 2023 Oscars red carpet below.
Survey Points Out That 45% Believe That Cellulite Is More Noted By Other Women Than By Men
Aesthetic pressure is a social imposition that impacts all women at different levels. In various societies, female standards create stigmas of what is beautiful and what should be sought to be considered beautiful.
In Brazil, a country with a strong culture based on the heat of the tropical climate, one of the major concerns is with cellulite, which is the accumulation of fat that generates “holes” in the body. And while women are the main victims of this standard, a survey shows that 45% of Brazilians believe that women are the main dictators of the body without cellulite.
The data are from the company Goldincision, which performs corrective procedures for this imperfection. The result also shows that only 8% of the consulted consider that men are the highest responsibility for the imposition.
“The imposition that came from society has become a pattern imposed by us. Men don’t even notice so much, but women are always looking at each other. It becomes a competition for those who have the most perfect body, without cellulite,”reports one of the interviewees.
The same research also points out that the biggest impacts of cellulite on women’s lives concern self-confidence and safety to wear all types of clothing, both tied with 34%. Following is the difficulty of performing physical and leisure activities, with 17%, and the intimate relationship, with 15%.
Regarding the feeling caused by cellulite holes, 58% of women reveal to feel embarrassed by imperfection, especially in summer. Such numbers justify the success of the GoldIncision method, which helps about 3,000 women every year.
“Most of these women seek to do the procedure thinking about the hottest season of the year. The months before summer are when we have the greatest demand, as all are already thinking about how to increase their own self-esteem,”explains expert Roberto Chacur.
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