Vanity Fair and Richard Mille Raise a Glass to the Cast of Everything Everywhere All at Once


At any other pre-Oscar party in any other year, it would have been hard to make sense of a partygoer with googly eyes applied to her face. But such is the power of Everything Everywhere All at Once, the genre-bending sci-fi adventure that has become an awards season juggernaut with its story of fulfilling life’s potential, connecting with family, and yes, googly eyes that might just be able to save the world. 

Jenny Slate and Daniel Scheinert

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Actress and model China Chow had the most visible celebration of the movie with her artfully applied googly eyes, but the mood in the room at the Mandarin Oriental Residences in Beverly Hills was one of unfettered enthusiasm for the A24 film. Hosts Vanity Fair and Richard Mille welcomed much of the primary cast, including Oscar nominees Michelle Yeoh, Stephanie Hsu, and Ke Huy Quan as well as Harry Shum Jr. and Jenny Slate, who were part of the film’s SAG-award winning ensemble. Director Daniel Scheinert was also on hand, holding court with a string of well-wishers. 

Radhika Jones and Michelle Yeoh

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