Gabrielle Union from 'LA's Finest' Wears White Lace Dress with Ruffles to Vanity Fair Oscars Party with Dwyane Wade
The gorgeous Gabrielle Union and the former NBA player Dwyane Wade were shining bright in matching white lace outfits while attending the Oscar after-party.
As is the trend every year, many glamorous faced graced the Oscar party, including the co-producers of the Academy Award-winning animated short "Hair Love," Gabrielle Union and Dwane Wade.
The couple, however, was also present in the after-party, which was held at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hills, wearing matching outfits.
CLAD IN LACE
The 47-year-old actress was clad in white strapless Giambattista Valli lace gown with a diamond-encrusted belt complete with a pair of open-toe pumps by Jimmy Choo that complimented her contemporary look perfectly.
The glittering pair of pumps had a bejeweled knot strap that ran across her footbed and a thin white strap that clasped around her ankles that rested atop a 4-inch-heel.
The bold NBA star was by her side and complimented to her radiance by sporting a stylish white lace jacket coupled with a pair of tapered black trousers. The "Bring It On" star also treated her fans over at Instagram with a picture of the special evening.
A SPECIAL EVENING
Although the couple did not attend the award show, the short animated movie that they co-produced did bag an Oscar for the Best Animated Short Film at the 92nd Academy Awards.
In their absence, the writer and co-director of the beautiful movie "Hair Love," Matthew A. Cherry went on-stage to receive the award along with co-producer Karen Rupert Toliver of Sony Pictures Animation.
The Wade duo had also invited a special guest to the Academy Awards, DeAndre Arnold. Arnold was invited by the "Hair Love" team after he was suspended from his high school after he refused to cut his locks.
THE SPECIAL GUEST
Arnold, an eighteen-year-old high school student from Texas, was denied the opportunity to walk his high-school graduation unless he cut-off his dreadlocks. During a segment in "CBS This Morning," Wade also expressed his support to the teenager, before inviting him and his mother to the Oscars.
"We love the way that you carry yourself and we wanted to do something special for you."
Arnold has also received support from Alicia Keys, who granted him the support of twenty thousand dollars from Shutterfly so that he could pursue his dream of becoming a vet.
Ellen DeGeneres even invited the Texas high school student over to her show to share his story and even went on to request the school board to let Arnold walk his graduation.