It might feel like the Oscars go on for about four years, but when the ceremony finally wraps up, it is actually just the start of the night for the famous attendees.
For many of them, it’s off to one of the most exclusive bashes in the celebrity calendar – the official Vanity Fair after party.
The 26th annual event was hosted by Radhika Jones at the Wallis Annenberg Center, and had plenty of star power, with the likes of Kim Kardashian, Renée Zellweger, Joaquin Phoenix, Billie Eilish and Sandra Oh all snapped celebrating...
It was a real family affair for Joaquin Phoenix
Stella Maxwell, Billie Eilish, Finneas O'Connell, Timothée Chalamet, and Sara Sampaio gave us squad goals
After causing a storm in the UK, Ciara blew into the Vanity Fair party
Bobby Berk's Oscars makeover was as dramatic as any seen on Queer Eye
Heidi Klum and Alessandra Ambrosio were seen larking around
Darren Criss made the most of the In-N-Out Burgers (10/10 jacket, too)
Freida Pinto threw down some moves on the dancefloor
Billy Porter turned up wearing this incredible number
Seriously, a LOOK
OK, we'll stop now
Kim and Kanye packed on the PDA on the red carpet
Before she joined Caitlyn Jenner and Sophia Hutchins inside
Barbara Palvin and Dylan Sprouse also couldn't keep their hands off one another
Oscar-winner Renee Zellweger was giving out selfies to her adoring celebrity fans
Cynthia Erivo served some serious face as she flew the flag for the UK
Greta Gerwig's heels soon came off
Laura Dern celebrated her win with pal Scarlett Johansson
Jeff Goldblum reminded us why we all love him
Parasite director Bong Joon-ho was the guest of honour after winning Best Picture
Sandra Oh pulled it out of the bag again with her second fabulous outfit of the evening
Demi Moore popped by to say hello
Joan Smalls paid tribute to Lil' Kim's infamous 1999 MTV Music Awards look
Noah Baumbach and Greta Gerwig
Robert De Niro and Al Pacino
Tonya Lewis Lee and Spike Lee
Alison Balsom and Sam Mendes
Kristen Wiig and Gal Gadot
Adam Driver and Joanne Tucker
Elvira Lind and Oscar Isaac
This article originally appeared on HuffPost.