Jennifer Aniston, Justin Theroux, More Stars Pose for Vanity Fair Portraits: See the Stunning Images

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Well, that's one way to do a party photo booth! Jennifer Aniston may not have gone home with an Oscar at the 87th Annual Academy Awards on Feb. 22, but the Cake actress earned a pretty good parting gift: A portrait of her and her stunning fiancé Justin Theroux, taken by famed celebrity photographer Mark Seliger.

Snapped at the Vanity Fair post-Oscar party, held at Los Angeles' Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts, an Atelier Versace-clad Aniston, 46, oozed sex appeal as she and her future husband were caught in a casual display of affection. "No caption needed," Vanity Fair wrote when posting the couple’s portrait to Instagram. A source tells Us Weekly Aniston and her man — photographed on a break from holding court with Naomi Watts, Amy Adams, and Jason Bateman — were "canoodling" between Seliger's takes.

PHOTOS: See more of Mark Seliger's stunning VF Oscar portraits

Aniston and Theroux weren’t the only gorgeous stars to grace Seliger's portrait studio on Oscar night. In between drinking and dancing the night away at Graydon Carter's famed bash, Adam Levine and his wife, Behati Prinsloo, were photographed, as was the night’s top performer, Lady Gaga.

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Though Lady Gaga's new fiancé, Taylor Kinney, was absent from the VF soiree, the diva took a solo shot that is sure to make the Chicago Fire hunk drool. In the pic, Gaga — who performed a Sound of Music tribute at Sunday's Oscars — put her Lorraine Schwartz engagement ring on display while posing in a floor-length black gown with a jaw-dropping train.

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Continuing their Oscar night celebration at Seliger's studio were Best Supporting Actor winner J.K. Simmons (Whiplash) and Best Actor Eddie Redmayne, who gushed about his newest golden accessory.

"[This Oscar] belongs to one exceptional family — Stephen, Jane, and the Hawking children. I will be his custodian," the affable Brit, 33, said after the Academy lauded him for his role in The Theory of Everything. "I will be at his beck and call. I'll wait on him hand and foot. Thank you to Hannah, my wife," he concluded. "I love you — we have a new fella coming to share our apartment."

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