Thuso Mbedu attended the Vanity Fair Oscars After Party, with Hollywood’s biggest stars in attendance.
The Woman King star wore a striped Dior Couture gown with a woven cage detail designed by Christian Dior creative director Maria Grazia Chiuri.
Actress @ThusoMbedu attended the 95th @TheAcademy Awards wearing a striped #DiorCouture Spring-Summer 2018 evening dress with a woven cage detail by Maria Grazia Chiuri.#StarsinDior #Oscars95 pic.twitter.com/XLxf31sqrm— Dior (@Dior) March 13, 2023
Among the guests at the after party was Trevor Noah, who was snapped alongside Thuso.
Trevor took to social media to post an image of him and Thuso, along with pictures of him with other stars, captioning it: “Great night with great company!”
Great night with great company! @VanityFair Oscar Party! @Gucci Styled by: @JasonBolden ??: @GettyEntertainment #VFOscars #VanityFairOscarParty pic.twitter.com/FIehR189GG— Trevor Noah (@Trevornoah) March 14, 2023
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Following her appearance at the Oscars after party, Thuso also shared moments with fellow actors Dominique Fishback, and Creed III stars Michael B. Jordan and Jonathan Majors.
This could be an ad for a 90’s comedy show on FOX pic.twitter.com/bpzGqDGl18— Darth Deadass (@sylphanne) March 13, 2023
The breakout star also appeared in the iconic Black excellence portrait by photographer Mark Seliger. According to Mark, the portrait tradition at the Vanity Fair party was started by Tracee Ellis Ross in 2018 when the image broke the internet featuring Hollywood’s A-listers.
Kerry Washington shared the 2023 portrait, featuring Thuso alongside Hollywood greats – rendering many South Africans filled with pride.
Greatest ?? of all time. #VFOscars pic.twitter.com/hTW9v4bWq7— kerry washington (@kerrywashington) March 14, 2023
Thuso has been attending other engagements this Oscars weekend.
At the Elton John AIDS Foundation viewing party, Thuso wore South African designer Haute Afrika and was one of the presenters who shone a light on the HIV/AIDS crisis.