Oscar Parties deliver some really amazing moments. Thy don’t have the same pressures as the red carpet at the main telecast. The stars deliver really beautiful moments, and I am expecting that the Vanity Fair Oscar After Party and Elton John AIDS Foundation Oscar Viewing Party this year will be the best ones yet.Alison Brie has been all over the red carpet scene this awards season. From her nominations for her role in the Netflix series GLOW to her role in The Disaster Artist, we have seen Alison on the red carpets at the Golden Globe and SAG Awards. The Disaster Artist was, aside for a screenplay nomination, shut out from this years Oscar nominations, so I doubt any of the films stars will be on the Oscars red carpet, but we may see them on red carpets at the parties. I would love to see Alison step out for the 2018 Vanity Fair Oscar Party next month and do so wearing a really great gown. I have wanted to see one of these bell shaped Erdem Spring 2018 RTW gowns on the red carpet, but the shape is very different than what we are used to seeing rocked on the red carpet. It is going to take someone with great presence to make a gown this shape work and that is why I think that it hasn’t been worn yet. I think that Alison would be able to turn this gown into a really chic moment on this red carpet. The gown features a strapless sweetheart neckline, yellow bow details on the bode, and 3D feather embroideries and I absolutely love it. I think that with a romantic updo, smokey eyes, a rose pink lip, simple black Stuart Weitzman ‘Nudistsong’ sandals, and a pair of gold set Bulgari amethyst teardrop earrings all would make this a major moment for Alison. I was surprised that last year Elle Fanning wasn’t on the red carpet at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party when she was on the cover of the 2017 Vanity Fair Hollywood issue. I feel like Elle loves any excuse to get dressed up and coming on the heels of a REALLY great year fashion wise last year I want to see Elle deliver a really chic moment on the red carpet at this years Vanity Fair Oscar party. It was really easy for me to pick the perfect gown for Elle to wear because when I saw this pink Chanel Spring 2018 Couture strapless, tea length gown which features 3D floral trim, covered in sequins, and a sheer hem I immediately earmarked it for her. This very sugary sweet gown just screamed Elle’s style and I totally think that she would shut the red carpet down wearing it. I kept the pink going with the styling adding a pair of watermelon pink Alexander McQueen bow detail sandals, a pink lip, and statement Henri J. Sillam pink sapphire and pink quartz earrings. A sleek low bun and simple defined eyes would ensure that this look is pretty in pink.Karlie Kloss is no stranger to the Vanity Fair red carpet, but I am going in a different direction than we are used to seeing her deliver on the red carpet. In the past we have seen Karlie only wear really slinky gowns from the likes of Atelier Versace and Naeem Khan. For this years red carpet I decided to go for something a little more glamorous. I was surprised that this light pink and gold Atelier Versace Spring 2017 Couture halter gown which features a draped off the shoulder detail, and a pleated chiffon train hasn’t been worn. I would have thought for sure that it was going to be snatched up for Oscar night last year and it wasn’t. Then I was sure it would be snatched up for Cannes, and again nothing. More than a year has gone by since we were first introduced to this gown and it just baffles me that someone hasn’t worn it on a red carpet yet. I feel like Karlie would be a perfect candidate to take this gown out of the archive and give it a really chic moment on the red carpet. My favorite looks from Karlie tend to be when she goes a little more dramatic than simple, and I definitely think that this gown would do just that. With a sleek low bun, smokey eyes, an antique rose pink lip, gold Jimmy Choo ‘Lane’ sandals, and a pair of Chopard Red Carpet Collection yellow diamond chandelier earrings this would be another amazing moment for Karlie. Naomi Campbell dug into the Jean Paul Gaultier archive for the 2018 Golden Globe Awards, and it made me think of doing it again to find a beautiful moment for her to wear for the Vanity Fair Oscar Party. I love when we see Naomi go for dramatic style and bold color and that is exactly what I am bringing to the table with this electric blue Jean Paul Gaultier Fall 2006 Couture one shoulder draped gown. I feel like there are only a few stars who could sell this gown to me, and Naomi is definitely one of them. I would ask John to basically reconstruct the nude corseted bodysuit that structures the bodice into a matching blue so that it doesn’t leave a contrast against Naomi’s complexion. The sheer skirt doesn’t bother me because I feel like if the corsetry is turned blue that the sheer skirt would be more subtle than in your face. I feel like if Naomi wore this gown with sleek center parted hair, a smokey eye, red lips, a pair of blue bell Aquazzura ‘Natalie’ sandals, and a selection of dazzling Harry Winston diamond and sapphire jewels including a pair of cluster drop earrings and a statement bracelet that it would be perfection.Rounding out the first day of wishes for the 2018 Oscar parties is the gorgeous Sarah Paulson. I always love seeing Sarah step onto the red carpet. She delivers looks that are usually on the simpler side of shape, but that deliver high impact. I can definitely picture her stepping onto the Vanity Fair party red carpet wearing this antique gold Christian Dior Pre-Fall 2018 gown which features thin straps, a fitted bustier, and a-line skirt. The gown is nothing new from Dior, but the intricate embellishments make it a dazzling moment and I definitely think that Sarah would infuse her effortless edge into this look. A black woven Serupi hanging tassel clutch, black Sergio Rossi ‘Disconnected’ strappy stiletto sandals, sleek hair, smokey eyes, rose pink lips, and a pair of antique Fred Leighton rose cut diamond double cluster pendant earrings all would definitely ensure that this look is ready for the Vanity Fair Oscar Party.