The Tom & Lorenzo Archives: 2006 -2011

Vanity Fair Oscar Party

Because we just can't say goodbye to Hollywood's biggest night.

Amanda Seyfried in Valentino Spring 2010 Couture




She looks like a woodland nymph. For someone who really brought it to the main event, she sure left it at home for the after party.

Amy Adams in Alberta Ferretti




She looks like she's about to commit an act of childbirth at any second. Still, it's a beautiful color and she looks gorgeous in all her earth-mother voluptuosity.

Angie Harmon in Oscar de la Renta Pre-Fall 2009




Pretty.

Anna Kendrick in Elie Saab Fall 2009 Couture




Honey, no. That looks like a chicken costume on you.

Anna Paquin in Roland Mouret Spring 2010




It's a little too "power lunch" and not enough "glamorous party."

Cameron Diaz in Victoria Beckham Fall 2010




Love this dress. We don't know who to congratulate more, Cameron for finally realizing that you're supposed to look GOOD on the red carpet or Posh, who's really been getting her stuff out there in a big way.

Diane Kruger in Calvin Klein Resort 2010




We like the cut and the color, but the transparency is a little off-putting.

Elizabeth Banks in Atelier Versace Spring 2009 Couture




This is one of those too-complicated-for-its-own-good dresses that works better on a model in a photo shoot than it does in the real world.

Gabrielle Union




Flawless. Absolutely gorgeous color.

Jennifer Lopez in Gucci




Enh. To be honest, the fit looks a little off.

Joan Collins




Bow down, motherfuckers. Alexis Carrington is in the house. She knows her look and she knows what the public expects of her.

Jodie Foster




Jodie finished her gardening for the day, leaned back and said to herself, "I have just enough time to get to the VF Oscar party." So she changed her shoes, hopped in the car, and off she went.

Next time, try a little harder, Jodie.

Katy Perry in Zuhair Murad Spring 2010 Couture



There's a lot of boob spillage but it's a freaking gorgeous dress.

Marisa Tomei in vintage Halston




Linda Evans heard Joan Collins was attending and canceled at the last minute. But she gave her gown to Marisa and told her to go have fun.

Natalie Portman in Lanvin




Total yawn, both the girl and the dress.

Olivia Wilde in Roland Mouret




Pretty. A little plain, but pretty.

Rita Wilson




Clearly not a subscriber to Coco's dictum that you should take one thing off before you head out the door. She's always had an easy, breezy Hollywood wife kind of style to her, so we're puzzled as to why she'd embrace this "grande dame" look. It ages her and it makes her look bigger than she is.

Selma Blair in L'Wren Scott Fall 2010




Selma brought her sparkly skirt with her to her job at the bank so she could change into something more fun for the party that night.

Suzanne Somers




Oh for Christ's sake, lady. You want to go around with the face of a 30 year-old stapled onto your head, that's your business, but a woman in her sixties trying to dress like a woman in her twenties is a very sad thing to see.


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