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Vanity Fair Oscar Party

Invite Only – Out of all of the parties this year, this is the one and only. All of the guests even have a scheduled time drop off to attend the party. If you are one of the lucky ones who gets to attend the Vanity Fair Oscar After Party, you have made it into one of the most exclusive parties in town.

Vanity Fair and Apple Music Celebrate “Standout Voices”

Invite Only – Vanity Fair and Apple Music Celebrate entertainment’s “Standout Voices” at Spago. The event will gather actors, musicians, filmmakers, and other creators at the top of their craft for an evening designed to shine a light on creativity, originality, and Hollywood’s promising future. Guests will enjoy a custom dinner while watching the Academy Awards broadcast.

Vanity Fair and Nespresso Viewing Party

Invite Only – Vanity Fair and Nespresso Celebrate the Academy Awards with a private viewing party at the Nespresso Beverly Hills Boutique. Guests will enjoy the Ultimate Coffee Experience at the Boutique, with custom Nespresso cocktails, delicious food and plenty of quality coffee, while watching the awards ceremony.

Vanity Fair Celebrates the Launch of Proenza Schouler’s First Fragrance, Arizona

Invite Only – Vanity Fair and Fashion Designers Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez Celebrate the Launch of Proenza Schouler’s First Fragrance, Arizona. Guests will enjoy an intimate cocktail reception and lunch inspired by the fragrance at a private residence in Beverly Hills.

Vanity Fair and Genesis Celebrate Nominated Films

Invite Only – Vanity Fair and Genesis along with 20th Century Fox and Fox Searchlight Pictures Celebrate Nominated Films including “The Shape of Water,” “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri,” “The Post,” “The Greatest Showman,” “Ferdinand,” “Logan,” and “War for the Plant of the Apes.” Special guests at the private event will receive VIP transportation courtesy of luxury car sponsor, Genesis.

Vanity Fair and Lancome Paris Toast Women in Hollywood hosted by Radhika Jones and Ava DuVernay

Vanity Fair editor Radhika Jones, Lancôme Paris, and Director, Producer and Activist Ava DuVernay, hosted a private cocktail reception honoring Women in Hollywood. Celebrities let loose and wore some creative and fun outfits for the event. Zendaya pulled off our favorite look of the evening and looked fierce in her Marc Jacobs zoot suit straight from the Spring 2018 runway. Lancôme Ambassador Taylor Hill was fresh from hosting the Lancôme

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Vanity Fair and Lancôme Paris Toast Women in Hollywood

Invite Only – Vanity Fair and Lancôme Paris Toast Women in Hollywood, hosted by Radhika Jones and Ava DuVernay, at Soho House West Hollywood. The event will celebrate leading and inspirational women in the entertainment industry, with a donation being made to Time’s Up on behalf of all in attendance.

Oscars: Vanity Fair, Barneys New York and Sony Pictures Classics Toast to “Call Me by Your Name”

Vanity Fair Editor-in-Chief Radhika Jones and Barneys New York CEO Daniella Vitale feted the acclaimed and Academy Award-nominated Sony Pictures Classics film Call My By Your Name. The evening was held at the Chateau Marmont, where guests were able to enjoy cocktails provided by Belvedere Vodka, Jane Walker by Johnnie Walker and beer by Peroni Nastro Azzurro. VIP guests were transported to and from the event in luxury Genesis vehicles.

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Vanity Fair, Barneys New York and Sony Pictures Classics Celebrate “Call Me By Your Name”

Invite Only – Vanity Fair, Barneys New York and Sony Pictures Classics Celebrate “Call Me By Your Name” with a private cocktail party at the Chateau Marmont on Wednesday night, with the cast, filmmakers and friends of the film. A donation is being made to The Trevor Project on behalf of the Barneys New York Foundation to support LGBTQ youth.

FX Networks Celebrates Emmy Noms in Partnership with Vanity Fair

FX Networks, in partnership with Vanity Fair, hosted a private cocktail party to celebrate FX’s 55 Emmy nominations. Shows being recognized included “American Horror Story: Roanoke,” “The Americans,” “Archer,” “Atlanta,” “Baskets,” “Better Things,” “Fargo,” “FEUD: Bette and Joan,” and “Taboo”. Louis C.K. was seen congratulating Donald Glover for his nomination for his TV Show “Atlanta”. This invitation-only evening was held at CRAFT in Los Angeles and included sponsors Genesis, Santa

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