Creative Director Wes Gordon’s creations lit up the Oscar’s after party scene as Minnie Driver, Sydney Sweeney, and Diana Silvers stepped out in dramatic sleeves, youthful silhouettes and vibrant colors.

Dark colors took a back seat this year as actors and actresses adorned the red carpet with shades of pink, from fiery fuchsia to pale pastel, this year’s “It” color was an ode to happiness and femininity. The pink trend followed actresses Diana Silvers and Sydney Sweeney into the Vanity Fair Oscars’ Party after the award show. Wearing the Pre-Fall 2019 flamingo pink puff sleeve gown by creative director Wes Gordon, Sydney Sweeney dazzled the crowd as she smiled for the camera. Inspired by a woman with a carefree spirit, the Pre-Fall 2019 collection is a romance between tradition and curiosity. The minimal-maximalist beauty of the Fall 2019 collection made an appearance as actress Diana Silvers attended the party wearing a petal pink tulle embroidered gown. This collection was made for a woman who was not afraid to stand in a crowd and this grand silhouette did just that. And then there was red, in this case, Herrera Red. No stranger to the House, actress Minnie Driver turned heads in Resort 2019 Herrera red gown with ruffled hem to the Vanity Fair Oscars’ Party. Accessorizing with a color-blocked round buckle belt from the same collection by creative director Wes Gordon, the actress embodied femininity and eclectic glamour.