Emily Ratajkowski dazzles in open-front top at Vanity Fair Oscars after party
Emily Rataykowski, 30, dazzled as she attended the Vanity Fair Oscars after party in an eye-catching open-front top.
The structured top was covered in gleaming textured sequins which wrapped around her slender body and was held in the middle with a sheer fabric, displaying her voluptuous bust and toned torso.
Emily wore her shoulder length brunette hair down in a centre part, styled in loose natural shiny waves.
The eye-catching look Emily wore was topped off with sparkling dangling earrings, and chunky silver rings on her hands which were perfectly manicured in a neutral shade.
Her makeup was styled by celebrity artist Hung Vanngo, who gave Emily a gorgeous natural-looking glow, fluffy brows and sultry winged eyeliner.
Emily was one of many A-listers attending the most exclusive celebration of this year’s 94th Academy Award ceremony.
Zendaya, Mila Kunis, Jessica Alba, Kristen Stewart and Uma Thurman also attended, donning high-end brands like Bottega Veneta and Chanel.
Will Smith, who won Best Actor, made a tearful acceptance speech after physically assaulting comedian Chris Rock just minutes before, over a joke the comic made about Smith’s wife, Jada Pinkett-Smith.
His name was announced for Best Actor, just minutes after the altercation erupted, where Smith stormed on-stage and slapped Rock who had cracked a joke about Jada’s new haircut.
She recently spoke publicly about struggling with hair loss since 2018.
Rock said: “Jada, can’t wait for GI Jane 2.”
Smith responded by striding onto the stage, striking Rock and shouting: “Keep my wife’s name out of your f****** mouth.”
The flustered comedian dusted himself off and responded with: “Oh wow, Will just smacked the s*** out of me.
“That was the greatest night in the history of television.”
The 53-year-old actor and former Fresh Prince star won his first ever Oscar for starring in King Richard, where he played the father of Venus and Serena Williams.
During the emotional speech, Smith issued an apology: “I want to apologise to the Academy and to my fellow nominees, this is a beautiful moment.
“I am not crying for winning an award, it’s about being able to shine a light on all of the people.
“Thank you for this honour, thank you for this moment, thank you to the Williams family, I hope the Academy invites me back.”
Jessica Chastain won her first Best Actress trophy for starring in The Eyes of Tammy Faye, about the creation of the world’s largest religious televangelist broadcasting network.
Troy Kotsur won Best Supporting Actor for his role in CODA – he is the the second deaf male actor to win an Academy Award.
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