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Stars outfit changes at the Oscar After-Parties


The 'it' party to hit up after the 3.5hr long Oscar show is non-other than the exclusive Vanity Fair party which took place at the Sunset Tower in LA. As well as bringing in the crème de la crème of A-list actors, it also acts as a great excuse for nominees and winners to make an outfit change and let loose in something more risqué.

Anne Hathaway switched up the awkward nipple revealer for this blue Saint Laurent dress.


Anne Hathaway

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Jennifer Lawrence ditched her red carpet voluminous number to a slinky Calvin Klein gown.


Jennifer Lawrence

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Naomi Watts came back from the future with a sexy Emilio Pucci party frock.


Naomi Watts



Amy Adams switched up the princess ensemble to this form fitting in Oscar de la Renta dress.


Amy Adams


If you want to know where all the fun outfits in town were that night then look no further than Elton John's viewing party for his AIDS Foundation at the Pacific Design Center in West Hollywood.

Heidi Klum made a quite the statement in this ultra revealing, plunging neckline.

Heidi Klum


Olga Sorokina mixes it up with metallic and monochromatic prints while


Olga Sorokina


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Britney Spears was seen showing off her new brunette locks.


Britney Spears


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Nina Dobrev was simply printastic.


Nina Dobrev

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The first stop of the night for many stars is the large ballroom one level up from the Oscars auditorium at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood, known as the Governor's Ball.

Amanda Seyfried changes from her Oscar show subtle hue to this red hot Givenchy number for the afterparty.


Amanda Seyfried


while Singers Barbra Streisand, Adele and Shirley Bassey were spotted having well-earned chill out session together after their fabulous performances on stage.


Barbra Streisand, Adele and Shirley Bassey

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Which party do you think was the most fun n frolic?


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