They were among the A-list attendees at the 13th annual Governors Awards on Saturday.
And Kaia Gerber and Margot Robbie kept the party going into the night as they headlined the star-studded arrival at the Paramount Pictures afterparty hosted by Chairman and CEO Brian Robbins at the Sunset Tower Hotel.
The 21-year-old model and actress Kaia stunned as she arrived at the party in an elegant black dress that highlighted her slender figure with its form-fitting style.
Glamour: Kaia Gerber and Margot Robbie partied into the night as they led the star-studded arrival at the Paramount Pictures afterparty hosted by Chairman and CEO Brian Robbins at the Sunset Tower Hotel.
Kaia’s simple yet stunning look was styled with a dainty chain pendant necklace and a black leather clutch, while otherwise keeping her accessories to a minimum.
The American Horror Story star wore her brunette locks in a loose, wavy style, while opting for a flawless makeup layer, including a bronze eyeshadow palette and nude lipstick.
Meanwhile, Margot, 32, made sure all eyes were on her as she donned a stunning emerald green satin gown, while attending the party with her husband. Tom Ackerly.
Green with envy! The maxi dress featured a large cutout at the stomach that showed off the Wolf of Wall Street star’s toned abs.
Golden Girl: Margot added chunky gold bangles to the ensemble and tonal drop earrings.
Health! Greg Williams and Eddie Redmayne posed with drinks in hand.
The maxi dress featured a large cutout at the stomach that showed off the Wolf of Wall Street star’s toned abs.
The form-fitting dress skated over her slender physique and featured a one-shoulder design, as well as a gold bow at the waist that led to a ruched part.
Margot added chunky gold bangles to the ensemble and tonal drop earrings.
So chic! Kelly Rowland looked amazing in a white satin gown with feathered sleeves as she posed with Sinqua Walls.
(ID) Linda Bruckheimer, Jerry Bruckheimer, Miles Teller and Keleigh Sperry Teller
Miles Teller and Joseph Kosinski
(ID) Jeremy Strong, Eddie Redmayne and guests
PJ Byrne attends the Paramount Pictures Post Governors Awards Party
She opted for a warm-toned makeup look with a flawless complexion and peachy nude lipstick.
Her highlighted locks cascaded around her face with a cool blow-dry, and Margot completed the outfit with a black manicure.
Margot has been on the promotional trail for her new movie, Babylon, alongside Brad Pitt.
(L-R) Greg Tarzan Davis, Monica Barbaro, Danny Ramirez and Miles Teller
Jerry Bruckheimer and Linda Bruckheimer
Babylon is set at the height of the Roaring Twenties, as Hollywood begins to transition from silent films to the emerging talkies, which would soon become mainstream.
Though more specific plot details are few and far between, Brad and Margot seem to be playing industry stars who get caught up in the cocaine-fueled debauchery of the movie business.
The movie is set to mix fictional characters with real life figures.
DJ Michelle Pesce
Earlier in the evening, the stars attended the annual Governors Ball, which celebrates the awards bestowed by the Academy’s Board of Governors: the Irving G. Thalberg Memorial Award, the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award and the Honorary Award.
This year’s honorary Oscars will go to directors Peter Weir and Euzhan Palcy, and composer Diane Warren, and the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award to Michael J. Fox. Weir is a six-time Oscar nominee, best known for Witness, Dead Poets Society and Master and Commander.
Meanwhile, Palcy made history at the 1983 Venice Film Festival when her first film, Sugar Cane Alley, took the Silver Lion, as the first for a black female director, as well as for any black director. Warren has received 13 Best Original Song nominations and is now the first honorary Oscar winner in music.
Danny Ramirez (right)
Miles Teller and Sinqua Walls
Glen Powell, Joseph Kosinski, and Miles Teller