Beyoncé Is A Goddess In Her Completely Sheer Oscars After-Party Look
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Another flashy Hollywood affair, another flashy Beyoncé look.

After delivering two knockout looks at the 94th Academy Awards, where she performed in a feather-trimmed David Koma midi and attended the ceremony in a daffodil yellow gown, Beyoncé had one more look to cap off the night at her and Jay-Z’s Oscars after-party.

On Instagram, the icon shared photos of her breathtaking outfit: a nearly completely sheer number with crystal embellishments and a high leg slit, which she wore with a matching veil, narrow black shades, a diamond Tiffany and Co. necklace, a silver clutch, and a pair of clear strappy heels.

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Earlier in the night, Beyoncé stunned during the ceremony in a floor-length yellow gown with a sweetheart neckline. The dress also included a sweeping off-the-shoulder taffeta cape and matching gloves. She accessorised with 150-carat waterfall earrings and a 35-carat oval diamond pinky ring from Lorraine Schwartz, wearing more than $9 million worth of jewellery in total.

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The singer nabbed her first Oscar nomination in the category of Best Original Song for her track “Be Alive,” featured in Reinaldo Marcus Green’s King Richard, a film about tennis champions Venus and Serena Williams‘s father, Richard Williams. The Oscar was ultimately awarded to Billie Eilish and Finneas for their James Bond theme, “No Time to Die.”

Will Smith, who stars as Richard and won the Oscar for Best Actor last Sunday, talked about Beyoncé’s music collaboration in a recent interview with Entertainment WeeklyAccording to the actor, Beyoncé reached out after seeing a screening of the film.

“The marriage of a movie and a song is a kind of magic that’s unmatched in entertainment,” he told the outlet. “I was so happy when Beyoncé called.”

This article originally appeared on Harper’s BAZAAR US.