Celebs Step Out In Statement Shoes Ahead of The Oscars

Jennifer Lawrence, Olivia Wilde and Zendaya were among many celebrities hitting the party scene before Oscar Sunday. For the past week, stars have rolled into Los Angeles hitting event after event that all lead up to the 2016 Academy Awards.

Lawrence stunned in Sophia Webster sandals at the Dinner for Equality event on Thursday night in Beverly Hills, Calif. The “Joy” actress is nominated for her fourth Oscar for her performance, making her the youngest actor ever to nab that many Oscar nods.

The event was co-hosted by Patricia Arquette. Other guests in attendance included Minka Kelly, Petra Nemcova and Marisa Tomei.

Jennifer Lawrence Dinner For EqualityJennifer Lawrence wore Sophia Webster sandals at the Dinner For Equality event in Los Angeles. Rex/Shutterstock.

Another star-studded party last night came from Variety with its third annual Unite4:Humanity event.  Morgan Freeman, Olivia Wilde, Matthew McConaughey, Gina Rodriguez, and Seth Rogen and Lauren Miller were all honored for their humanitarian efforts.

Olivia Wilde Variety Unite4:Humanity GalaOlivia Wilde chose patent black platform sandals for the Variety Unite4:Humanity Gala. Rex/Shutterstock.

Earlier in the day, many stars were seen walking the red carpet at Essence magazine’s Black Women in Hollywood Luncheon. Zendaya, Keke Palmer, Kelly Rowland, Estelle, Lala Anthony all made an appearance. Chris Rock, who is hosting the Oscars on Sunday for the second time since 2005, also walked the red carpet to help celebrate the occasion.

Zendaya Essence Black Women In Hollywood LuncheonZendaya opted for sky-high pumps at the Essence Black Women In Hollywood Luncheon. REX Shutterstock.

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