Janelle Monáe's caped suit, Kendall's micro-mini dress and more outfits from the Vanity Fair Oscars after party

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The outfits at the annual Vanity Fair Oscars after party almost trumped the gowns seen on the red carpet earlier that evening. Some were super sexy, others very creative and quirky, while some were just down right dope.

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Shanina Shaik opted for a splendid beaded frock.

Ciara in a dramatic gown by Alexandre Vauthier.

Read more: Oscars red carpet 2018 - all the best looks you have to see

Yaass, gal! This was exactly our reaction to your fab wide-legged suit pants Janelle.

Jasmine Tookes looking breathtaking in a slightly sheer Jean-Louis Sabaji couture.

Lupita Nyong'o in a gorgeous plunging neckline dress.

Kendall Jenner serving serious leg envy in this black piece.

Miley Cyrus slipped into a cute gold and black dress for the occasion.

Salma Hayek donned a Gucci x Dapper Dan Atelier creation.

Read more: WATCH: all the Oscars magic wrapped up in just a few seconds

Ashley Graham wowed in a grey gown.

Sasha Lane's dress was a majestic piece of art.

Heidi Klum party hopped from one glam outfit to another.

Zoe Kravitz and Lisa Bonet are mother-daughter goals, for sure.

Tinkerbell, is that you?

Whatever this is, Paris is rocking it with total confidence.


Images: Getty

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