Hollywood let its hair down at a series of parties after the Oscars concluded in Los Angeles on February 22.
Hollywood is having a feeding frenzy of sorts as award season gets underway.
The annual Met Gala held in New York's Metropolitan Art Museum on May 5 was a stylish and starry affair, as it is every year.
The Oscars ended with a bang on the evening of March 2 but the parties carried on late into the night. Best Supporting Actress Lupita Nyong'o changed out of her floaty Prada dress into a pale green-fringed column by Miu Miu at the Vanity Fair party. Image: AP
A bevy of Hollywood beauties descended on the red carpet at the 86th Academy Awards held in Los Angeles on March 3.
Always set right on the fashion scale, Cate Blanchett began her red carpet sojourn at the Oscars with a John Galliano in the year 1999. She surely upped the temperature by the backless ensemble.
An all-star line-up on the BAFTAs red carpet was led by Hollywood royalty Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt, dressed in tuxedos by Saint Laurent and Valentino. Angelina left her collar loose and bow tie undone but was identical to Brad in every other way.
Jennifer Lawrence's Dior Haute Couture dress is probably on every style-savvy bride-to-be's wish-list now.
Best Actress Jennifer Lawrence changed out of her white Dior into metallic Calvin Klein for the Vanity Fair Oscar after-party.
Hollywood celebrities strutted on the red carpet at the Critics' Choice Awards held in California. The ceremony sprung a few surprises and a few expected results. While hostage drama Argo was a winner all the way, hours after its director Ben Affleck missed an Oscar nomination, Oscar favourites Daniel Day-Lewis and Jessica Chastain won the Best Actor and Actress prizes.
The Oscar Red Carpet is where Hollywood is at their finest and shiniest. But there are some finer and shinier than the rest. The top Oscar dresses of all time are.
Here's a look at the hot shots on the red carpet.