“Gal Gadot and Yaron Varsano dazzle in Vanity Fair’s Oscars bash with their stunning fashion choices”

Gal Gadot and her husband Yaron Varsano attended Vanity Fair’s Oscars after-party at the Wallis Annenberg Center. The 34-year-old Wonder Woman actress presented the award for Best Original Score earlier that night, and she was ready to celebrate in style. Gal looked stunning in a sequin dress with a plunging neckline, opting to go braless for the occasion.

Turning heads: The dress plunged down to the naval, showcasing Gal's taut midriff and a hint of cleavage

Loved-up: Gal Gadot was in the mood to party as she headed to Vanity Fair's Oscars after-party held at the Wallis Annenberg Center with husband Yaron Varsano on Sunday

Gal Gadot and her husband Yaron Varsano were the picture of love as they made their way to Vanity Fair’s Oscars after-party at the Wallis Annenberg Center. Gal looked stunning in a plunging black gown that showcased her toned midriff and a glimpse of cleavage. The dress featured silk lapels that gave it structure and was adorned with sequins from top to bottom. To complete the look, Gal styled her hair in soft curls and opted for black sandals and silver jewelry. It was a night of celebration for the couple, and they looked every bit the perfect pair.

Daring display: The Wonder Woman actress, 34, caught the eye as she went braless in a plunging blazer sequin dress

In a bold fashion statement, the 34-year-old actress who played Wonder Woman turned heads by wearing a sequin dress with a deep plunge that revealed her bare chest without a bra.

Handsome: Yarson, meanwhile, looked dapper in a black suit and matching shirt

Yarson was looking quite sharp in his elegant black suit and shirt, while Gal had opted for a different outfit after the award ceremony. She had changed out of her stunning Givenchy blouse, which had delicate lace floral embroidery and was see-through in black. Gal tied the knot with an Israeli real estate developer back in 2008, and they are now proud parents to two daughters. During the Oscars, Gal presented the award for Best Original Score alongside Sigourney Weaver and Brie Larson on the grand stage.

Plunging: Silk lapels added structure to the black floor-length gown, which was embellished in sequins

The black floor-length gown had silk lapels that provided it with a more defined shape. The gown was also adorned with sequins, which added to its overall charm.

Smitten: The actress married Israeli real estate developer in 2008 and they have two daughters together

Enamored: The thespian tied the knot with an Israeli property developer in 2008 and they share two daughters. The trio of female actors united on stage to deliver a compelling speech addressing the ongoing fight against gender inequality in show business. Larson initiated the address by expressing her utmost gratitude for standing alongside her fellow superhero, Gal, and the woman who paved the way for them, Sigourney Weaver. Gadot chimed in, stating how honored they were to stand beside Weaver and how much they appreciated her. “We love you, Sigourney!” she exclaimed. Gadot playfully mentioned that while men were welcome as well, they would have to go shirtless to participate in the event, as Larson kept tabs on the awards for the contest.

Leading ladies: Earlier in the evening, Gal, Brie Larson, 30, Sigourney Weaver, 70, (L-R), presented the honors for Best Original Score onstage at the Dolby Theatre in LA

The prominent female stars, Gal Gadot, Brie Larson, and Sigourney Weaver, graced the Dolby Theatre stage in LA to present the award for Best Original Score. These leading ladies have all starred in their own action franchises, with Weaver famously portraying Ripley in the Alien series, Larson taking on the role of Captain Marvel in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and Gadot making her mark as Wonder Woman in the 2017 film, with a sequel coming soon. The trio’s powerful message about female empowerment was not lost on the winner of the category, Hildur Guðnadóttir, who made history as the first woman from Iceland to win an Academy Award. In her acceptance speech, Guðnadóttir urged women and girls to speak up and let their voices be heard.

Place to be: Gal Gadot was a sheer delight as she posed on the Oscars red carpet at Hollywood and Highland this Sunday

Gal had swapped her revealing see-through black Givenchy top adorned with lace floral embroidery, which she had donned for the award show.

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