Oscars 2015 Vanity Fair Party: Skin Is In!

24/02/2015 11:52 | Updated 20 May 2015

So the Oscars are over for another year with Julianne Moore and Eddie Redmayne the big winners. But, thankfully, there were more dresses to ogle at the after-show parties - particularly the glamorous Vanity Fair bash.

2015 Vanity Fair Oscar Party Hosted By Graydon Carter - Arrivals

And some stars didn't hold back when it came to upping the vamp factor. One of the biggest trends of the bash? Less is more, literally.

So who had the raciest gown? That gong surely had to go to our very own Rita Ora, who slipped into her third frock of the night for the party - and appeared to leave half of it in the changing room.

2015 Vanity Fair Oscar Party Hosted By Graydon Carter - Arrivals

Reets' risque Donna Karan number featured completely see-through material across the back leading into one side all the way to the floor. One half of her bottom was, in fact, mooning.

Christiano Ronaldo's ex, model Irina Shayk, also opted for a completely OTT sheer dress - which showed everybody exactly why she's one of the world's top models - featuring a cutout style with an opaque dotty mesh on one side that led into a skintight catsuit. Meow.

87th Academy Awards - Vanity Fair Oscar Party

Other stars turning heads included Amy Adams, who snubbed the Oscars and headed straight to the Vanity Fair party, where she totally wowed in in a stunning strapless cornflower-blue gown with ruching and sparkly detail.

87th Academy Awards - Vanity Fair Oscar Party

Sofia Vergara also looked amazing - and, as usual, sexy as hell - in a Zuhair Murad dress that was dangerously similar to Amy's.

87th Academy Awards - Vanity Fair Oscar Party

And last, but definitely not least, how amazing is Diane Kruger's red Donna Karan Atelier jumpsuit with a statement train? Like Irina's, but not quite as racy. Looks like trousers-dresses are the hot new red carpet trend.

Vanity Fair Oscar Party 2015 - Los Angeles

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