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The 2019 Oscars After-Party Dresses You Need To See To Believe

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On Feb. 24, celebrities made their way to the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles for the 2019 Oscars — the culmination of awards show season. As expected, the gowns that debuted at the annual ceremony were stunning, with pink as the clear color frontrunner. But the exciting evening looks didn't stop there. Once the winners were announced, the speeches were delivered, and Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper gave the performance of a lifetime, all the biggest names in Hollywood headed to the second major celebration of the night. Prepare yourselves: The 2019 Oscars after-party dresses are so strikingly beautiful (and unexpected), you won't be able to get them off your mind for weeks.

Celebrities typically pull out bigger, bolder fashion stops on the after-party carpets, and Sun. evening's post-awards show event is proof. Case in point: Gemma Chan, who's had a thing for pink this season, traded in her magenta Valentino gown for one that was adorned with glittered fringe, Kendall Jenner wore what's easily her boldest gown to date, and Priyanka Chopra dazzled in a princess-like ball gown that had just the right amount of sparkle.

Ahead, The Zoe Report rounded up the best after-party looks that you need to see to believe, including Kendall Jenner's, Priyanka Chopra's, Naomi Campbell's, and more.

Kendall Jenner

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Kendall Jenner arrived at the Vanity Fair Oscars After Party in a super-bold gown plucked from Rami Kadi's Spring 2019 Couture collection.

Lupita Nyong'o

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Lupita Nyong'o stunned in a white, feathered Oscar de la Renta gown.

Priyanka Chopra

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Priyanka Chopra turned to Ellie Saab's 2018 couture collection for her Oscars after-party outfit: a black gown that featured a plunging halter neckline and a voluminous tulle skirt.

Gemma Chan

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Gemma Chan swapped her epic hot-pink Valentino frock for one with glittered fringe.

Naomi Campbell

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Naomi Campbell's sheer Alexander McQueen dress was absolutely breathtaking from the front, but just wait until you see the back of it.

Ashley Graham

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Ashley Graham traded in her black Zac Posen gown for a custom Danielle Frankel top and pants set that was just as glamorous.

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley

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Jaw-dropping doesn't even begin to describe Rosie Huntington-Whiteley's custom-made Versace pick.

Emma Roberts

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Emma Roberts' new brown hair looked stunning against her sheer, glittery dress.

Emilia Clarke

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For the second major red carpet of the evening, Emilia Clarke slipped into a bright-red, puff sleeve midi dress by Rosie Assoulin.

Emily Ratajkowski

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Peplum gowns were having a moment at the Oscars after parties, and Emily Ratajkowski's Brock Collection number was one of the most remarkable.

Kerry Washington

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Kerry Washington owned the after-party red carpet in a sheer, tiered Schiaparelli number.

Tracee Ellis Ross

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Tracee Ellis Ross went bold in a fiery-red gown, complete with eye-catching side detailing and a high slit.

Glenn Close

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Glenn Close looked so dreamy in her glitzy black dress that instantly conjured up thoughts of the night sky.

Jessica Alba

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Jessica Alba made a strong case for sleek black gowns in custom Narciso Rodriguez.

Behati Prinsloo

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Behati Prinsloo made leopard print a red-carpet essential in her turtleneck dress, complete with a coordinating double-breasted blazer.

Gabrielle Union

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Gabrielle Union's burnt-orange Valentino gown wasn't just pretty — it was practical, too, thanks to its pockets.