Vanity Fair's stylish Oscar portrait series is back, and one of the most stunning visuals in photographer Mark Seliger's collection captures Academy Award nominee Lady Gaga, whose performance was a highlight of Sunday night's ceremonies.
"Bow down, Little Monsters," reads part of the caption accompanying the picture of Gaga, who delivered one of the most powerful moments of Hollywood's biggest night. In a show of solidarity with victims of sexual assault, Gaga performed the Oscar-nominated song "Til It Happens to You" beside women and men whose forearms were inscribed with empowering phases such as "survivor," "unbreakable" and "not your fault."
Seliger also captured other A-listers in repose in a makeshift studio within the Vanity Fair Oscar party. In a Facebook video posted soon after "Mad Men" star Jon Hamm wrapped his shoot, the magazine offered fans an interactive, 360-degree look at the studio.
Power couple Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel shared a laugh.
Sofia Vergara looked striking in white.
Taylor Swift, her brother Austin, and Lorde delivered some stoic sophistication.
Hamm legged it out …
… while Jessica Alba got a leg up.
Elizabeth Banks looked transcendent as she ascended.
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