vanity fair picks paint color perfection
this year's photobooth by mark seliger sets life (and wall color) goals.
Published Feb 29, 2016 7:00 AM
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Win or lose, you still get to party. At Vanity Fair’s annual post-Oscars soiree, photographer Mark Seliger captured the fierceness of fame in his photo booth. Feeling deeply moody and perhaps a tiny bit Victorian, this luxurious backdrop had an evening to remember. If you want to remember it, too, read on for our thoughts on this thoughtful shade, and how you can bring it home.
The Swift siblings snuck a quick snap with Lorde, against the backdrop of what we’re thinking closely resembles Behr’s Sycamore Tree, 480F-7.
Appearing a bit more blue behind Lady Gaga’s dramatic ensemble (and she wore a few last night), this color speaks to us as Ralph Lauren’s Iron Blue, RL 1856.
Relationship goals aside, we’re loving the deep, thoughtful hue framing this flawless pair. If you do too, try Ralph Lauren’s Arthurian Green, RL 1716.
Sofia Vergara is a vision in white, though we loved her first dress of the evening, too. She didn’t bring her new hubby with her, but stunned solo nonetheless. Appearing a bit more mossy in this shot, we’re thinking Marquee’s New Forest, QE-48 will help you achieve this tone in your living room.
One of our favorite shots of Elizabeth Banks, ever. Her graceful gaze is brilliantly framed in a deep, moody hue, one we’re thinking is spot on with Behr’s Arboretum, T14-16.
See more from Vanity Fair’s photo booth here!