Tuesday, March 14, 2023

Newly crowned Emmy, Critics' Choice and Golden Globe-winner Sheryl Lee Ralph brought voluminous style in custom Ajovang at the Essence 16th annual Black Women in Hollywood luncheon held at the Fairmont Century Plaza in Los Angeles last Thursday. The event celebrates black women in film, TV and the entertainment industry. Ralph — one of the evening's honorees — was presented with her award by

And, as the 2023 Oscars wound down at the Dolby Theatre on Sunday, the Vanity Fair Oscar Party was just heating up, as Hollywood's biggest names slipped into after-party garb and headed to the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hills. Rock-blooded superstars Sheryl Lee Ralph, Winnie Harlow, Naomi Campbell, and Jodie Turner-Smith were among the stylish A-listers.

Page 2 heads to Tinseltown!

In The Limelight - Styling duo Zadrian & Sarah went into the Armani Privé Spring/Summer 2005 Couture archives for Jamaican-Canadian model Winnie Harlow's gown. (Photo: Jamie Bruce)
(Photo: Jamie Bruce)
Of The Essence - Multi-award-winning Jamaican actress Sheryl Lee Ralph stunned in custom Ajovang at the 2023 Essence Black Women in Hollywood Awards.
Playing in Pink - Quinta Brunson headed into the Essence Black Women in Hollywood luncheon wearing a Greta Constantine look culled by stylist Bryon Javar.
Head-Turner - And the award for #VanityFairOscarParty best-dressed couple went to British-Jamaican actress Jodie Turner-Smith in Gucci, and her tuxedo-clad hubby Joshua Jackson.
Wrestle With This! - Naomi Campbell's Schiaparelli look at the Vanity Fair party was nothing short of epic. The supermodel wore an illusion strap dress in beige silk georgette, embellished with moulded leather metal sequins.
Scene-Stealer - Abbott Elementary star Sheryl Lee Ralph continued to dominate the awards season style scene, this time in a Sergio Hudson velvet number.

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