Natalie Portman stole the show at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party on Sunday evening.
The Academy Award-winning actress skipped the coveted ceremony in Los Angeles and headed straight to the annual star-studded bash at the Sunset Tower Hotel instead.
Natalie posed on the red carpet with her husband Benjamin Millepied, as she took a break from her role as mother to young son Aleph.
The stunning star wowed in an elegant flowing white Dior floor-length gown which featured a black bow tied over her shoulder.
Natalie accessorised with Anna Hu jewels and wore her long brunette locks in a chic updo.
Naomi Watts also turned up to the West Hollywood bash with Liev Schreiber, who was spotted taking photos of his long-term love on the red carpet over at the ceremony earlier on in the night.
The 44-year-old actress lost out on the award for best actress to Jennifer Lawrence, but it didn't stop her from shining in an Emilio Pucci black and gold beaded gown at the bash.
Zooey Deschanel debuted a new shorter hair do at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party, after tweeting throughout the ceremony.
The New Girl actress - who wore a beaded Valentino gown to the event - posted a series of tweets on the social networking site.
"Adele is pretty perfect. Jane Fonda looks amazing!!!! Daniel Day Lewis is making some solid jokes! (sic)," she wrote throughout the star-studded ceremony.
Zooey held hands with her screenwriter boyfriend Jamie Linden as she made her way into the bash and "joined the crowd as they dined on artichoke carpaccio, gemelli alla Genovesi and Chilean sea bass and toasted the winners with Henriot Blanc de Blancs champagne," according to vanityfair.com.
Victoria's Secret model Alessandra Ambrosio also turned up at the party in a sheer halterneck dress, and took to Twitter ahead of the bash.
"Nothing better than listening to #adele and getting ready for the #vanityfair red carpet with @victoriassecret makeup #oscars #oscar2013 (sic)," she wrote.
Also at the party were Ron Howard, Amanda Seyfried, Miranda Kerr, Lily Collins and Amy Poehler, who quipped, “This is the party,” after arriving at the event.
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