What Celebs Wore At The Woman In Film Pre-Oscar Party

Before the Academy Awards, a few of our most loved celebrities gathered up for the 10th Annual  Women In Film Pre-Oscar Cocktail Party.Lets take a look at what the stars showed up in.

Emma StoneEmma stepped out in a green two piece sparkly outfit.We loved that she kept it simple as this look didn’t need much to make a statement.

Meryl StreepUhmm…Meryl was there in a duster coat and a floral maxi. This look is casual and she should lose the flower pin.

Gabrielle UnionGabrielle Union stepped on the carpet looking way better than her Oscars After Party look in a lace cocktail dress with sequinned flower and cut-out detailing around the neckline.

Zoe KravitzZoe looked polished and sophisticated in fitted straight leg trousers, top, structured blazer and completed the look with emerald green statement earrings.

Jaime KingWe absolutely loved this look. We always love how Jaime nails the vintage trend without fail. She wore a polka-dot black and white dress with black strap pointy toe heels.

Deepika PadukoneDeepika kept things simple in a velvet black dress.

Viola DavisViola looked gorgeous in a tailored jumpsuit with a sweet and simple bow tie around her waist that accentuated those curves.

For more on the Oscars, have a look on our site: Academy Awards Fashion Throughout The Years(PART 2)The 89th Academy Awards Red Carpet Fashion

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Fashion Editor I am a stylist and have worked with many celebrities. Magazines are a great platform to inform people on styling and fashion trends. Fashion gives freedom to people and allows them to be who they want to be. I loves to help readers to look as stylish as they can be, regardless of their body type, skin colour etc. It’s a great feeling to have knowing, that in helping someone choose an outfit, you’re also helping them feel more confident. When I'm not busy being a fashion editor I can be found designing and drawing.

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