More Stars Dressed to the Nines? Yes!

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It was only after the Academy Awards ended that some of the best looks came out. Here are 26 more outfits to ogle from Oscar night.

Though the 95th Academy Awards drew its fair share of memorable fashion, many of the night’s standout looks were not revealed until after the last Oscar was claimed and the parties began.

Lots of celebrities who attended the ceremony did outfit changes after it ended, and some of them looked better the second time around.

Vanity Fair’s Oscar Party, in particular, seemed to inspire many style risks, perhaps because it is one of the few events of the weekend where stars can let loose and actually have a little fun. Levity coursed through the party’s blue carpet, where bare chests were in abundance and there was no shortage of playful prints.

In her Bach Mai dress, Megan Thee Stallion looked a little disco and a lot diva.Amy Sussman/Getty Images
Cardi B was a modern Venus de Milo in her Robert Wun gown.Amy Sussman/Getty Images
Julia Garner kept it simple in a sleek Off-White dress with a neckline that doubled as a statement necklace. Amy Sussman/Getty Images
Few pairs were a better marriage of high fashion and rock ’n’ roll than Kaia Gerber, in Celine, and Austin Butler, in Saint Laurent. Amy Sussman/Getty Images
The white dress that Michelle Yeoh wore to the awards ceremony was pretty but reserved. This sparkling number she changed into after receiving the best actress trophy screams: I won!Amy Sussman/Getty Images
The actor Jeremy Pope wore this bell-bottomed Balmain suit as one should: With a shirt unbuttoned to the waist. Amy Sussman/Getty Images
Jewelry met lingerie in the singer Teyana Taylor’s spiral bra. Amy Sussman/Getty Images
After wearing a white brocade jacket to the Oscars ceremony, Brian Tyree Henry changed into a gilded Dolce & Gabbana number for party time.Amy Sussman/Getty Images
This three-piece suit raises a question: Is there ever such a thing as too much leather? Miguel, we’re guessing, would say no.Amy Sussman/Getty Images
Consider Harvey Guillén’s sheer after-party suit the sequel to the patterned tuxedo jacket with flowing train that he wore to the Oscars.Amy Sussman/Getty Images
The neckline on Usher’s white tuxedo jacket alone would land him on any best-dressed list.Amy Sussman/Getty Images
Andrea Riseborough traded the white floral dress she wore to the ceremony for a sparkly harlequin-print gown in a palette perhaps best described as butter. Amy Sussman/Getty Images
Quinta Brunson gave a lesson in dressing festively with this flower-festooned number from Dolce & Gabbana.Amy Sussman/Getty Images
The actress Danielle Deadwyler blazed a stylish path throughout awards season, which ended with what might have been her most interesting look of all: this spotted Versace dress paired with Tiffany-blue gloves. Amy Sussman/Getty Images
With his messy hair and dark velvet Bode suit, Joe Jonas channeled a disheveled dandy. Michael Tran/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
Jodie Turner-Smith paired her dazzling diamond-print dress with bedazzled red lips.Amy Sussman/Getty Images
Gigi Hadid served old Hollywood glamour in a Zac Posen couture gown that would have once matched the color of the carpet.Amy Sussman/Getty Images
If only all business casual outfits could look as cool as Queen Latifah’s pantsuit.Amy Sussman/Getty Images
On a night with so many celebrities going for gold, it was refreshing to see Alan Cumming opt for silver. Amy Sussman/Getty Images
Jennifer Coolidge’s Dolce & Gabbana gown was one hundred percent Monica Vitti and not an ounce of Peppa Pig.Amy Sussman/Getty Images
Is it still color-blocking if there is only black and white? Regardless of what you call Tracee Ellis Ross’s two-toned Balmain outfit, there is one word to describe it: chic.Amy Sussman/Getty Images
Kendall Jenner was among the models who chose vintage gowns for Oscar night. Her dress, from a 2008 Jean Paul Gaultier Haute Couture collection, was a gold-colored version of the gown worn by Marion Cotillard when she won the best actress Oscar for “La Vie en Rose.”Amy Sussman/Getty Images
By throwing a red coat over the Alexander McQueen dress that she wore to the Oscars, Rooney Mara gave the look a completely different vibe. Amy Sussman/Getty Images
Halle Bailey, who conjured Disney princess in the ball gown she wore to the awards ceremony, chose a metallic Maison Yeya gown for the parties that made her look more like a glowing goddess.Amy Sussman/Getty Images
Speaking of royalty, Billie Eilish, in her enormous Rick Owens gown, looked like the queen of the underworld. Amy Sussman/Getty Images

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