The 92nd Academy Awards did not stop with the Oscars being handed out. There is always a party after the Party! And no stars would ever miss that opportunity to be seen wearing glorious designs nor to be listed among "the best-dressed stars."
The glamorous event of the Vanity Fair afterparty was held in Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hills, and several of these jaw-dropping gowns carried the names of Lebanese designers.
#1 Kerry Washington
Zuhair Murad’s newest Egyptian-inspired couture collection has left the world in awe. This two-piece gown of heavily beaded gold has become one of the most talked-about dresses in the celebrity world.
#2 Tracee Ellis Ross
Also from Zuhair Murad's newest Ancient-Egypt-inspired collection, a glorious golden gown and cape with shimmering sequins; a Sun-like appearance as Murad represented Ra, the ancient Sun deity, in various of his new pieces.
#3 Kate Beckinsale
Zuhair Murad hits again! Kates graced the event looking stunning in a criss-cross neck, ruby-crimson gown drenched in crystals and beads. That masterpiece is part of Murad's Couture Fall Winter 2019-20 Collection
#4 Melissa Barrera
The silver metallic dress was designed by no other than our beloved George Chakra who recently presented his Spring/Summer collection at Paris Fashion Week.
#5 Molly Sims
Molly Sims seems to have the Lebanese designers on her list of favorites this season. She wore a gorgeous gown designed by Zouhair Murad at the Oscar 2020 event and went for this outstanding gown by George Chakra for the after-party.
#6 Diane Kruger
This American-German actress appeared at the afterparty dazzling and elegantly imposing with her asymmetric metallic gown designed by Elie Saab.
#7 Madelaine Petsch
This velvet forest green gown styled up with a daring slit and a cape was designed by the one and only Elie Saab, giving the impression of a seductive Celtic princess.
#8 Chrissy Teigen
Another dress that has made it to the "best dresses" of the afterparty this year was worn by Crissy Teigen; an audacious gown of generous flows and a daring slit, by the also famous Lebanese designer Georges Hobeika.