Vanity Fair announced that Campaign Hollywood, their annual weeklong celebration leading up to the Academy Awards®, will return for its nineteenth season. Vanity Fair Campaign Hollywood has become synonymous with Oscar week, celebrating the year’s best talent, artists and stories while reflecting the beauty, art, and excitement of Hollywood, in a way that only Vanity Fair can.
Vanity Fair and partners Barneys New York, Genesis, Lancôme Paris, Proenza Schouler and Apple Music will host events throughout the week leading up to the Oscars®.
Barneys New York returns for the fifth year as Campaign Hollywood’s premiere luxury retail partner. Lancôme Paris is returning for their sixth year as the beauty partner of Campaign Hollywood, and Genesis will be returning for the second year as the luxury automotive sponsor, providing luxury transportation and experiences for VIP guests to Campaign Hollywood events throughout the week.
A full outline of the week’s invite-only events, can be found below:
Wednesday, February 28
Vanity Fair, Barneys New York and Sony Pictures Classics Celebrate “Call Me By Your Name” with a private cocktail party at the Chateau Marmont on Wednesday night, with the cast, filmmakers and friends of the film. A donation is being made to The Trevor Project on behalf of the Barneys New York Foundation to support LGBTQ youth.
Thursday, March 1
Vanity Fair and Lancôme Paris Toast Women in Hollywood, hosted by Radhika Jones and Ava DuVernay, at Soho House West Hollywood. The event will celebrate leading and inspirational women in the entertainment industry, with a donation being made to Time’s Up on behalf of all in attendance.
Friday, March 2
Vanity Fair and Fashion Designers Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez Celebrate the Launch of Proenza Schouler’s First Fragrance, Arizona. Guests will enjoy an intimate cocktail reception and lunch inspired by the fragrance at a private residence in Beverly Hills.
Friday, March 2
Vanity Fair and Genesis along with 20th Century Fox and Fox Searchlight Pictures Celebrate Nominated Films including “The Shape of Water,” “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri,” “The Post,” “The Greatest Showman,” “Ferdinand,” “Logan,” and “War for the Plant of the Apes.” Special guests at the private event will receive VIP transportation courtesy of luxury car sponsor, Genesis.
Sunday, March 4
Vanity Fair and Nespresso Celebrate the Academy Awards with a private viewing party at the Nespresso Beverly Hills Boutique. Guests will enjoy the Ultimate Coffee Experience at the Boutique, with custom Nespresso cocktails, delicious food and plenty of quality coffee, while watching the awards ceremony.
Sunday, March 4
Vanity Fair and Apple Music Celebrate entertainment’s “Standout Voices” at Spago. The event will gather actors, musicians, filmmakers, and other creators at the top of their craft for an evening designed to shine a light on creativity, originality, and Hollywood’s promising future. Guests will enjoy a custom dinner while watching the Academy Awards broadcast.