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Stylist: Ib Abdel Nasser
Outfit: Christopher John Rogers
Tailor: Erin C.
Makeup Artist: Sarah Nelson
Hairstylist: Brent Leonesio
Shoes: Christian Louboutin
Clutch: Cult Gaia
Jewelry: Anabela Chan

A lot of people probably slept on the incredible gown Zooey Deschanel wore to this year’s Vanity Fair Oscar Afterparty and we are here to remind you that sometimes you need to look for the hidden gems, in order to find true beauty.

Courtesy of Justin Bishop

For the event, Deschanel wore a lamé fuchsia Christopher John Rogers draped strapless dress from the Fall 2020 Ready-to-Wear collection, paired with matching Christian Louboutin Hot Chick 100 metallic patent leather pumps (hers seem to be darker than the ones pictured below).

1st photo is courtesy of Daniele Oberrauch / Gorunway.com

Zooey accessorized the look with a pearl Cult Gaia Harlow Box clutch and many Anabela Chan jewelry pieces: Ruby Cupid‘s Bow earrings, a fuchsia sapphire Bloom ring on her left middle-finger, a Lavender Ariel ring on her right middle-finger and a Ruby Nova bracelet on her left wrist.

Courtesy of Anabela Chan

Her makeup was courtesy of Sarah Nelson, who mentioned using products by Chanel Beauty, House of Lashes (crucial for the bottom ones), Lancôme and Patrick Ta Beauty. Sadly she did not detail the actress/musician’s getting ready process, but she did share a picture of her kit ahead of the night.

You can check the photo below.

Courtesy of Sarah Nelson

Zooey‘s makeup consisted of a thick black eyeliner and false lashes. The bottom ones were placed in little chunks equally distant from each other. A bright fuchsia lip matched the color of her dress.

The hair was styled by Brent Leonesio in soft waves; the retro vibes suit her incredibly well.

The nails were short and painted with a soft reflecting nail polish.

I can say I truly love Christopher John Rogers‘ use of color in his dresses. They are chic, joyful and magnificently crafted.

The ensemble the “New Girl” actress wore for the occasion did not feel overpowering, it allowed her to move and wasn’t too puffy–the exquisite draping did the talking.

What can we say? Incredible styling by Ib Abdel Nasser.