NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwire) -- 03/26/13 -- After the 85th Annual Academy Awards came to an end, stars turned up to celebrate, bringing out their most glam looks at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party. The event was held at Sunset Tower in LA on Feb 24th, 2013 and is one of the most exclusive of the evening. Graydon Carter, party host and editor of Vanity Fair since 1992, always brings out an A-list guest list, award winners, mega-producers, and billionaires. Oscar winners in every major category, including Ben Affleck, Daniel Day-Lewis, Christoph Waltz and Ang Lee, stopped by the West Hollywood party on Sunday night, most showcasing their gold statuettes and posing for a flashing wave of photos before entering the event.
Jennifer Aniston and fiancé Justin Theroux sneaked in through a side door, holding hands while chatting to stars including Orlando Bloom, Miranda Kerr, and Reese Witherspoon. Celebrities including Oscar winners Jennifer Lawrence and Anne Hathaway, Halle Berry and Sandra Bullock rubbed shoulders and congratulated on awards. Google co-founder Sergey Brin walked the rooms wearing prototypes of the new, much-talked about Google glasses, and Larry David gave a toast to Sacha Baron Cohen and his wife, Isla Fisher. Oscar winners and A-list guests seemed to be everywhere.
Also in attendance was 24-year old Vanessa Hudgens, who walked the red carpet sparkling in Jacob & Co. jewelry. The American actress and singer, currently co-starring with Selena Gomez in Spring Breakers, looked stunning in a gold Moschino gown with an open back detail and soft raven curls -- a glamour look perfectly accessorized with Jacob Arabov jewels. Vanessa Hudgens wore the spectacular Multi Gem Earrings from the New York designer, which feature 69 carats of brown and white sapphires, as well as over five carats of rubies, emeralds and diamonds.
Vanessa Hudgens was not the only guest, at the 2013 Vanity Fair Oscar Party, shining in Jacob & Co. jewelry that night. American film and television actress Julie Bowen, playing Claire Dunphy on the sitcom Modern Family, wore exquisite diamond jewelry. The 42-year old looked lovely in a Max Azria Atelier gown, a Judith Leiber clutch, and Round Brilliant Cut Micro-Pave Diamond Stud Earrings, featuring two carat diamonds in a platinum setting. Julie Bowen combined the earrings with Jacob Arabov's Seven Row Cocktail Ring, consisting of over three carats of pave set diamonds.
Jacob Arabov founded his diamond jewelry company, Jacob & Co. over 25 years ago in New York City. Since then, he has solidified his position as one of the world's leading luxury watch and fine jewelry house. By employing highest levels of craftsmanship, introducing intricate designs and artistic flare, he keeps surprising his demanding clientele and long-term customers. Celebrities keep turning to his exclusive diamond jewelry for their red carpet appearances and the brand's celebrity roster boasts a number of boldface names such as Jessica Alba, Mary-Kate Olsen, Tom Cruise, Sir Elton John, David and Victoria Beckham, Valentino, Jennifer Lopez, and Brad Pitt.
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