The Look: Vanity Fair's Oscar After Party
Last night after the Academy Awards ended, Hollywood's biggest night of parting began. One of the most popular parties, the Vanity Fair Oscars Party, hosted at Morton's by Vanity Fair editor-in-chief Graydon Carter, was deliciously decorated in golden hues and thousands of golden roses. Guests were encouraged to write, eat, smoke, and drink at the event. Pads and pencils were located above each place setting along with a silver zippo lighter engraved with a quote, The only way to find the best actor would be to let everybody play Hamlet and let the best man win, from Humphrey Bogart at the 1951 Academy Awards. Colored cigarettes, Vanity Fair matchboxes, and ashtrays were located on every table throughout the locale. Champagne and Grey Goose vodka were the chosen apertifs and in addition to passed trays filled with lovely hors d'oeuvres stars were offered In-N-Out Burgers. Stars like Madonna, Gwen Stefani, TomKat, and Kirsten Dunst partied late until the night. For a large gallery of images taken last night of the atmosphere and the decor at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party,
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