Oscar winners, losers and A-listers celebrated Hollywood's biggest night at Vanity Fair's annual post-Oscars party in Beverly Hills. Newly crowned best actor winner Leonardo DiCaprio arrived clinching his trophy, and Brie Larson brought her statuette for best actress along to the party.
The winners of the two best supporting acting categories also arrived with their statuettes. Alice Vikander won for her part in The Danish Girl. Mark Rylance's win for best supporting actor was a shock to many, including the actor. "It's very lovely, yeah, a relatively new medium for me, so, very nice to be so welcomed and celebrated," he said.
The party is keenly watched by the fashion crowd, as many celebrities were different outfits to the ones they wore on the red carpet earlier in the evening.
Catholic Church abuse movie "Spotlight" was named best picture, the top award at the Oscars ceremony, after a night peppered with pointed punchlines from host Chris Rock about the #OscarsSoWhite controversy that has dominated the industry. Rock hit the Vanity Fair red carpet after his hosting duties which former host Whoopi Goldberg called "brilliant".
Antonio Banderas said Rock gave the industry a much needed jolt. "I thought it was spicy on the side of Chris," he said. "I thought he did a great job actually because he didn't go only for the humor, there was some picking there, very interesting and I thought that's positive too. The ceremony doesn't have to be all the time politically correct and it must be sometimes some kind of spicy stuff and he put it out on the stage and I was very happy."