Oscar After-Party Style

When the Oscars wrap, it's time for the after-parties. We've rounded up the dresses in which Hollywood danced the night away.
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When the Oscars end, the night is still young, and Hollywood's finest have plenty of celebrating left in them. For the after-parties, they slip into more fabulous gowns, and leave us a whole new set of fashions to admire.
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Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes
On the arm of husband and Best Picture presenter, Tom Cruise, the actress radiated elegance in Elie Saab Haute Couture.
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Alessandra Ambrosio
The mom-to-be is positively glowing in a blush-toned, one shoulder Roberto Cavalli gown.
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Anna Paquin
There’s nothing vampire-like about the True Blood star’s above-the-knee, dramatic, Pucci dress.
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Bar Refaeli
Just in case we needed a reminder of why she’s a supermodel, the Israeli beauty strutted her stuff in a gold sequined Roberto Cavalli gown.
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Brooklyn Decker
Ms. Sports Illustrated showed off her bikini-ready curves in a beaded, Valentino column gown.
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Dianna Agron
The actress was positively gleeful in a floral, Carolina Herrera maxidress.
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Karolina Kurkova
Now, that’s a dazzler! Kurkova went high fashion in a sparkling, metallic Armani jumpsuit.
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Katy Perry
The singer surely had fireworks on her mind when she chose to pair this Blumarine gown with a teal ‘do.
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Kim Kardashian
The reality star and recent MC cover girl went all-out-elegant with a sculpted Alaia gown.
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Liam Hemsworth and Miley Cyrus
The young couple nailed down glamour, she in Roberto Cavalli, and he in an expertly-fitted Calvin Klein suit.
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Mischa Barton
The actress’ striking red pout stole the spotlight from her empire-waist, Temperley dress.
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Nina Dobrev
The Vampire Diaries beauty looks divine in this plunging V-neck, skillfully cut-out J. Mendel gown.
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Abbie Cornish
The actress painted the town red in a silk jersey gown with cutout back detail from the Tommy Hilfiger Collection.
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Amy Adams
Last year’s Best Supporting Actress nominee absolutely shines in this short, metallic silver Vivienne Westwood number.
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Cameron Diaz

Diaz switched up her presenter’s gown for this eye-popping, Victoria Beckham gown.

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Claire Danes
The Homeland star went girly-girl in this hot-pink, lacy Valentino gown.
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David and Victoria Beckham
Posh and Becks kept it simple, she in a bodycon, nude gown from her own collection, and he in a Dior tux.
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Diane Kruger
The actress showed some skin — and a glimpse of lacy underthings — in a va-va-vroom Calvin Klein gown.
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Elizabeth Banks
With the sweeping feathers and tree-like color of this Chadwick Bell gown, Banks appears to have a Hunger Games hangover.
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Elizabeth Olsen
The breakout star of this year’s much acclaimed indie, Martha, Marcy, May, Marlene worked it in a sheer-paneled, Christian Dior gown.
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Emily VanCamp
The Revenge actress dared anyone to incur her wrath in a nude gown with black, mesh overlay.
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Felicity Jones
Jones may take the "most daring" prize of the night with her belted, leather Johanna Johnson gown.
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Ginnifer Goodwin
Sister wife no more, Goodwin showed off her quirky style in a short, peek-a-boo Peter Som number.
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January Jones
As we eagerly await the new season of Mad Men, its star came out to celebrate in a silk organza and georgette scarf top and velvet, floor-length skirt by Wes Gordon.
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Jennifer Lopez
The curvaceous singer kept her bun atop her head, but switched her white Zuhair Murad gown for a plunging, sequined dress also by Murad.
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Julie Bowen
The Modern Family actress showed off a toned back, and flashed a bit of calf in a draped, Halston gown and Diane von Furstenberg by H.Stern earrings and bracelets.
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Kate Beckinsale
The British beauty dared to be different in an Atelier Versace gown with bronze and black detailing and side cutouts.
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Kate Bosworth
The surfer girl actress supported a New York Fashion Week favorite when she donned a Prabal Gurung tulle dress with strategically-placed beading.
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Kate Hudson
Enough good things cannot be said about this fire-engine-red, plunging back, Valentino gown.
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Lily Collins
The actress was the belle of the ball as she struck a pose in a nude and blue, embroidered Marchesa gown.
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