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Vanity Fair 2022 party: Oscars after party guests Kourtney Kardashian, Zendaya, Vanessa Hudgens show off red carpet looks

LOS ANGELES — It was a top-notch Vanity Fair red carpet extravaganza on Sunday night, featuring stars including Kim Kardashian, Jessica Chastain, Billie Eilish and Zendaya.

Many of those who attended the 94th Academy Awards changed their looks for the post-Oscar soiree, while other Hollywood big names who didn’t attend the ceremony made an appearance.

Attendees at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hills ranged from Jeff Goldblum and Jean Smart to Monica Lewinsky and Kendall Jenner. Big stars and new Oscar winners were everywhere.

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Will Smith and his family were among the guests, who received inordinate attention after he slapped presenter Chris Rock for a joke about his wife Jada Pinkett Smith’s hair. He was spotted happily dancing with his wife and waving his Best Actor trophy in the air.

As usual, members of the Kardashian clan made their annual appearance at the Vanity Fair party. Kim wore a slinky, daring blue dress with built-in gloves, while sister Kendall Jenner wore a black dress with a fan-shaped bust.

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Zendaya traded in her formal metallic skirt for a sharp black suit paired with a pink shirt and matching tie. Chastain also traded in her Oscar pastels for a sparkly green dress.

This time around, Timothée Chalamet covered his chest for the mat, sporting a striking biker-inspired look.

Tessa Thompson made a statement with an oversized jacket collar and shorts. Anya Taylor-Joy paired her sheer black cut with a face-covering lace veil.

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The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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