Lily Collins, Isla Fisher, Sandra Bullock, Reese Witherspoon, Jennifer Aniston and Jennifer Hudson are all coming to the extended celebration hosted by Vanity Fair.
Celebration for the movie's biggest night continued as movie stars flocked to Sunset Tower in West Hollywood, Calif. for an extended party. Natalie Portman, Amanda Seyfried and Alessandra Ambrosio were only three among many Hollywood beauties who stole attention at the extended celebration.
Coming with her husband Benjamin Millepied, "Black Swan" actress Portman skipped the Oscars ceremony and headed straight to the shindig. The mother of one looked gorgeous in a white Dior dress with a black ribbon-style strap draped on one shoulder. She put her hair in a simple bun and accessorized herself with Anna Hu jewels.
"Les Miserables" lead female Seyfried changed color from white silvery on the Oscars' red carpet to bright orange for the after-party. She traded her Alexander McQueen halter gown with dragonfly embroidery for a strappy long dress that made her look equally ravishing. She clutched a black handbag and chose red lipstick.
Victoria's Secret model Ambrosio showed off some skin in a white sheer halter-neck dress with gold embroidery. Another Victoria's Secret Angel Miranda Kerr was also seen strutting her stuff at the event in a daring outfit. Accompanied by her hubby Orlando Bloom, she flaunted her cleavage in deep-plunging gown.
Lily Collins oozed sexiness in a backless navy-blue Zuhair Murad lace dress that hugged her slim figure like a glove. She put her hair in a simple sleek bun and wore Takat earrings to complete her appearance. Isla Fisher also chose a blue number for the evening. She put her hair down and rocked one million dollars worth of David Webb jewelry.
Unlike her colleagues, Sandra Bullock, Reese Witherspoon, Jennifer Aniston and Jennifer Hudson headed straight from the gala to the after-party without changing dress. Bullock was stunning in an embellished black and silver Elie Saab dress, Witherspoon in Louis Vuitton gown, Aniston in Valentino gown, and Hudson in Roberto Cavalli design.