The Oscars certainly didn’t end right after Chris Rock, folks! There were a ton of viewing parties all around Hollywood, one of them being the Mercedez-Benz and African-American Film Critics Association Oscars Viewing Party, where a ton of melanin abounded! Let’s see what they wore:

African-American-Film-Critics-Association-Oscars-Thandie-NewtonThandie Newton looked sultry in a black silk Dennis Basso dress.

African-American-Film-Critics-Association-Oscars-Tracee-Ellis-RossTracee Ellis Ross never disappoints. She appeared on the Red Carpet in a Thai Nguyen Atelier dress. The sleeves throw me a little, but overall I love the dress and the color and fit on her.

African-American-Film-Critics-Association-Oscars-Jamie-FoxxJamie Foxx put on for menswear in Jack Manson, an up-and-coming designer. Nice!

African-American-Film-Critics-Association-Oscars-Wesley-SnipesWesley Snipes followed suit (no pun intended) in a dark blue fitted tuxedo.

African-American-Film-Critics-Association-Oscars-Regina-TaylorRegina Taylor looked regal in a black sequined gown. Easily one of my favorite looks of the night.

African-American-Film-Critics-Association-Oscars-Tamala-JonesTamala Jones rocked out in a lace white jumpsuit. She topped it off with some open-toed sandals and dewy makeup.

African-American-Film-Critics-Association-Oscars-Vanessa-Bell-CallowayVanessa Bell Calloway went for a shimmery gold mini-dress with matching color open-toed sandals. I think the shoe choice brought the outfit down significantly, and think a pair of gold heels would have been a better choice. Your thoughts?

African-American-Film-Critics-Association-Oscars-Angel-ParkerAngel Parker went for a LBD with some black booties to match. Even though it’s understated, I think her natural makeup and hair choice compliment the outfit a lot!

African-American-Film-Critics-Association-Oscars-Adina-PorterAdina Porter showed out in a white and gold mesh Marcell Von Berlin gown with a middle slit. Thoughts?African-American-Film-Critics-Association-Oscars-Sheila-ShahSheila Shah went for fairytale glam in this plunging neckline silver-embellished tulle dress with matching silver shoes. I loved the look.

African-American-Film-Critics-Association-Oscars-Anthony-AndersonAnthony Anderson went for men’s chic in a well-tailored grey suit. Classic, timeless, perfect.African-American-Film-Critics-Association-Oscars-Viewing-Party-Beverly-JohnsonBeverly Johnson shined in a metallic silver gown.

African-American-Film-Critics-Association-Oscars-Viewing-Party-Kenya-MooreKenya Moore pushed all baby rumors aside by rocking an LSO Designs multi-pattered dress. The slit ends at a weird spot, but I definitely like the look!

And there you have it, guys! Stay posted on the site as we update with names of Designers and more photos. In the meantime, did any looks stand out to you?


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