TANTVAfterParty: Favorite Fashion at 2024 Oscars

This year’s Oscar Awards had jaw dropping looks from both the Academy and Variety Fair red carpet.

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TANTVAfterParty: Favorite Fashion at 2024 Oscars
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The 96th annual Academy Awards held at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles marked the grand finale of awards season, and it was a star-studded affair with breathtaking fashion moments stealing the spotlight on the red carpet.

Hosted by the charismatic Jimmy Kimmel, the 2024 Oscars featured a competitive lineup of films, including, Barbie, Oppenheimer, Past Lives, Poor Things, Killers of the Flower Moon, Maestro, American Fiction, and The Holdovers taking home their wins.

The red carpet was a runway of glamour, with each star contributing to the evening’s dazzling fashion showcase. Among the notable attendees were some of our favorite celebrities, each making a distinctive fashion statement.

Zendaya graced the red carpet in a stunning Armani Privé ensemble, while Da’Vine Joy Randolph radiated elegance in Louis Vuitton. Issa Rae showcased her style in AMI Paris attire paired with Gianvito Rossi shoes, and Danielle Brooks turned heads in Dolce & Gabbana. Cynthia Erivo made a bold statement with her Louis Vuitton look, and Lupita Nyong’o mesmerized in Giorgio Armani.

Here are our favorite red carpet looks of the night:

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DJ Kiss shines in custom Jovana Louis.

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Zendaya is beautiful in this pink and silver Armani Prive dress.

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Issa Rae is gorgeous in the dark green AMI Paris, with appearances in both Barbie and American Fiction at this Oscars.

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Best Actor Nominee Coleman Domingo looks phenomenal in his Louis Vuitton, with the bow tie and jewelry by David Yurman.

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Gabrielle Union dazzles in this silver Caroline Herrera. Her husband, Dwayne Wade, who was nominated for Best Documentary Short, sports custom Versace.

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Broadway star Cynthia Erivo channels her upcoming character “Elphaba” in this green Louis Vuitton ensemble.

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Actress Greta Lee looks striking in this black and white Loewe.

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Zuri Hall turns heads in this golden Rony Abou Hamdan Couture.

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Only days after the release of her 7th album “Eternal Sunshine”, Ariana Grande channels her upcoming character Glinda in this baby pink Giabattista Valli Haute Couture gown.

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Ava DuVernay is dazzling in this custom Louis Vuitton, paired with a pin in support of a ceasefire in Isreal-Palestine War.

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Lupita Nyong’o is unbelievably gorgeous in this blue Armani Privé.

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Amatus Sami-Karim and Mahershala Ali stuns in Tom Ford

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Singer Chloe Bailey looks dazzling in Robert Wun golden gown.

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Serena Williams is glamorous in this Off-White gown, paired with a Audemars Piguet watch.

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Actress Uzo Aduba rocks this double breasted custom Tadashi Shoji.

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Kerry Washington takes to the Variety Fair red carpet in Giambattista Valli.

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Jodie Turner-Smith makes jaws drop in this bold black dress, rocking a low v-neck and high leg slit.

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Kerry Rowland is gorgeous in this eye-catching Nina Ricci, styled by Kollin Carter.

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Best Supporting Actress nominee, Danielle Brooks, in Dolce & Gabbana.

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Singer turned Politician Bobi Wine and Barbie Kyagulanyi stunt in custom Seguya Alawai and Anita Beryl Asasira from Kabalagala Kampala. His documentary Bobi Wine: The People’s President, was nominated for an Oscar this year, making it the first Ugandan film to be recognized by the Academy.

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Shonda Rhimes looks beautiful in this black floor length Erdem dress.

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Abbott Elementary’s Quinta Brunson looks dazzling in Marc Bouwer, paired with a soft nude makeup look.

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Kristy Sarah is beautiful in this black and white gown.

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