High Collars - High collared gowns were very popular for Ginnifer Goodwin, Janelle Monae and Hailee Steinfeld.
|From L-R: Hailee Steinfeld, Ruth Negga, Janelle Monae and Ginnifer Goodwin|
Strapless - This shoulder baring trend has made it's mark on Awards season and isn't about to rest.
|From L-R: Brie Larson, Priyanka Chopra, Leslie Mann and Naomie Harris|
Gold - Dakota Johnson, Emma Stone and Amy Adams gave the Oscar Award a run for it's money in statuesque gold.
|From L-R: Dakota Johnson, Jessica Biel, Emma Stone and Amy Adams|
Tiers - Fringe, pleats and ruffles all cascaded in sections at Oscars red carpet courtesy of Olivia Culpo, and Emma Roberts.
|From L-R: Olivia Culpo, Kate Hudson, Alicia Vikander and Emma Roberts|
Sheer - Kate Beckinsale, Lily Collins and Nina Dobrev looked sexy yet demure in sheer gowns at the Vanity Fair party.
|From L-R: Kate Beckinsale, Elizabeth Banks, Lily Collins and Nina Dobrev|
Halter Necklines - The tight around the neck halter made a comeback as a noteworthy trend on the Oscars red carpet.
|From L-R: Viola Davis, Ashley Williams, Nicole Kidman and Michelle Dockery|
Silver - While Gold was the metal shine of choice on the Oscar's red carpet, Silver stole the show during the Vanity Fair party.
|From L-R: Sofia Vergara, Amanda Peet, Thandie Newton and Diane Kruger|
Ruffles - Feminine detailing took shape in form of wispy to edgy ruffles that fell into trains for Brie Larson at the Oscars and Sara Sampaio at the Vanity Fair Party.
|From L-R: Jessica Alba, Brie Larson, Kate Mara and Sara Sampaio|
Asymmetrical - The one shoulder trend took on a new twist at the Vanity Fair's Oscar party with one full sleeve juxtaposed against a bared or sleeveless shoulder.
|From L-R: Juliette Lewis, Halle Berry, Scarlett Johansson and Karlie Kloss|