Oscar week is officially in full swing, and there was no shortage of stars on hand as Vanity Fair continued its “Campaign Hollywood” by partnering with Fiat for a celebration of the town’s young actors and actresses on Feb. 25.
Celebs including Oscar presenter Michael B. Jordan, Cobie Smulders, Tom Felton, Nick and Joe Jonas all gathered at Hollywood’s No Vacancy for the star-studded soiree, hosted by Vanity Fair’s west coast editor Krista Smith and Captain America himself, Chris Evans.
While DJ Ms. Nix served up a mix of tunes, guests including Rumer Willis and Kellan Lutz grabbed drinks at the bar (Moscow mules seemed to be the drink of the night) and sampled an assortment of appetizers before making their way to the outside patio area, where Evans spent most of the evening.
Evans, who stars in the upcoming Marvel sequel “Captain America: The Winter Soldier,” posed for pictures with his co-host and other guests and was rather nonchalant and relaxed about his hosting duties. “So far so good,” he remarked during the party.
Aside from Tuesday night’s hosting gig, Evans wasn’t too worried about the hectic pre-Oscars schedule many stars will be juggling.
“I’ve got nothing to do with Oscar week,” Evans said. “This is just another week for me.”
Guests who ventured onto the patio also had the chance to check out the photo booth, which became a popular destination. Smulders and Jessica Lowndes were among those took a turn and had their photos projected onto a large screen that continued to display the stars’ snapshots throughout the evening.
Jordan, on the other hand, asked Evans if he would mind posing for a picture and opted for a quick cell phone photo after Evans replied, “Are you kidding me? It would be an honor.”
As the evening wore on, “Shameless” actor Cameron Monaghan chatted up Zoey Deutch (and later posted a photo of the two on Instagram) while Maggie Grace caught up with her “Twilight Saga” co-star Lutz after noting that the party’s guest list was “95% women.” Monaghan also mentioned that he’s eagerly looking for his next project after wrapping “Shameless.”
Most guests made their way to the patio as the event drew to a close, and many continued to socialize even after the music stopped around 10:15 p.m., allowing DJ Ms. Nix to make a quick trip to the photo booth.
Other partygoers included Kate Mara, Katie Cassidy, Zoe Kravitz, Bella Thorne, Ed Westwick, Odette and Dave Annable, Lyndsy Fonseca, Jaimie Alexander and Ansel Elgort, who stars in “The Fault in Our Stars.”
Meanwhile, the Soho House Garden Terrace got an extra dose of sparkle as Bulgari threw a fete to celebrate “Decades of Glamour.” Host Naomi Watts presided over the jewelry displays in a vintage gold, amethyst, emerald and diamond choker by Bulgari, naturally. The party was so jam-packed that the fire marshal shut down admissions while a long line of guests tried to finagle their way in. (Avi Lerner made it in.) DJ Mad Marj and magician David Jarre provided entertainment for guests including director Paolo Sorrentino, Kate Hudson, Jared Harris, Olivia Munn, Emmy Rossum and Jeremy Renner.