Fashion's Big Names Hit Vanity Fair's Oscar Party
Fashion designers are celebrities, too.
As if we needed more evidence that fashion designers are celebrities too, a trio of style-world boldfacers stopped by Vanity Fair's annual Oscar party at the Sunset Tower hotel Sunday night.
Tory Burch, Diane von Furstenberg and Valentino Garavani all arrived at the Sunset Boulevard hotel for the famed Academy Awards bash, where von Furstenberg got in on the sequins trend we saw at the ceremony and Burch looked beautiful in blue -- the reigning carpet color of the night. Valentino, too, looked dashingly dapper in what we can assume is a tux of his own design.
While von Furstenberg and Burch both have contemporary collections that don't typically yield black-tie gowns, Valentino dressed presenter Jennifer Aniston in a sweeping strapless dress in his signature shade of red.
At the Vanity Fair soiree, the Italian designer dressed a bevy of beauties, including Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Allison Williams, Miranda Kerr and Zooey Deschanel.
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