Just like that, the 2023 Academy Awards have come to a close. As always, the event offered plenty of spectacles; best and worst 'fits; but most importantly, a beautiful rendition of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever's "Lift Me Up" by Rihanna.

Just as we got done taking in the magic of the evening and dissecting all of our favorite looks, the Vanity Fair 2023 Oscars Party rolled around, complete with even more looks to dive into.

An event never short on style, this year's event saw stars donning a series of blacked-out looks, with a generous sprinkling of red and pink in the mix, too.

On nights like these, the clothes speak for themselves, so let's look at the best 'fits that Vanity Fair's Oscars after-party had to offer, shall we?

Emily Ratajkowski, Anastasia Karanikolaou, Kylie Jenner & Kendall Jenner

Are we witnessing this decade's answer to Mean Girls? We're totally witnessing this decade's answer to Mean Girls.

Florence Pugh

As far as we're concerned, Florence Pugh can do no wrong. Here's her submission for the ASAP Rocky and Rihanna school of duvet dressing.

Megan Thee Stallion

If there's one thing we know about Meg, it's that she's going to show up and show out; blacked-out, her look prioritized silhouette and detail, stripping back accessories for a less is more finish. Perfection.


Okay, if a new Matrix movie is off the cards, surely there's room in the upcoming Blade movie for a leather-clad Miguel? Kevin Feige; make it happen!

Brendan Fraser & Michelle Yeoh

The epitome of class, two of our most beloved faces of cinema let the awards do the talking for them.

Billie Eilish

No one does a black-on-black gothic look quite like Billie Eilish. At the after-party, she was in her bag.


Suddenly, it feels like 2013 again. Offset channeled his inner YEEZUS with a Maison Margiela crystal veil, adding a statement finish to his tailored Dior men's look – a class act.

Cardi B

Of course, Offset was never going to upstage his bae, Cardi B, who delivered the perfect contrast to his blacked-out look in a stunning figure-hugging red dress.

Winnie Harlow

Winnie Harlow or Princess Peach? This pink botanical look is but a tiara short of royalty.

Tessa Thompson

Eye spy the King of Asgard. There's a lot going on here, but if anyone can pull it off, it's Tessa Thompson.

Donald Glover & Usher

Well hello, Mr. Glover. Looking fresh from District 1, the star's grey wool Alexander Wang jumpsuit features a cut-out waist and is all parts flair.

Usher, on the other hand, said "watch this!" and showed us what R&B royalty looks like. The man has mastered the art of working all white.

Jeremy Scott

We can always trust Jeremy Scott to go bold.


Another Vanity Fair Oscars Party, another opportunity for Ciara to show us how a sheer look is done.

Lori Harvey

The hood, the wide-leg pants, and clinched waist – effortless.

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