Giorgio Armani Honors Martin Scorsese, With Leonardo DiCaprio and Robert De Niro

Giorgio Armani held its annual Oscars party on the eve of the big night, this year in honor of Martin Scorsese.

The legendary filmmaker was up for Best Director for “Killers of the Flower Moon.” It marked his 10th Academy Award nomination.

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Where he went, the crowd followed. And when Leonardo DiCaprio made a quiet entrance, the two and a close-knit group spent the rest of the evening in a tucked-away VIP area.

“It’s busy,” Callum Turner said, eyebrows raised, looking around the packed room inside the brand’s Rodeo Drive flagship. It was elbow-to-elbow as the Champagne flowed.

Outside, the party had brought a crowd of onlookers behind the store’s glass doors — as it does every year.

Turner was among the newcomers at the cocktail affair, but there were many familiar faces, including Danny Ramirez.

“It feels like family,” said Ramirez, best known for “Top Gun: Maverick.” “It’s starting to feel like a tradition coming here every Oscars weekend. I think it’s my fourth Giorgio Armani Oscars party in a row.”

He’ll next be seen in Season Two of the “The Last of Us,” the HBO hit.

“I can’t share anything other than it’s amazing,” he said of the experience filming the series. “I’m excited, because the fans of both the video game and the show are so passionate, and there’s nothing that feels better than giving your all and effort to that. It’s this beautiful, scary relationship knowing that people will watch it, and we gotta give it our all. And there’s no other place I’d rather be than knowing that every ounce of effort by everyone is going to be received.”

Lily Gladstone was also out in support, as were longtime Scorsese collaborator Robert De Niro, Nicholas Cage, Jeffrey Wright, Ke Huy Quan, Mamie Gummer, Willem Dafoe, Regé-Jean Page, Alessandra Ambrosio and Paris Jackson.

Jackson was upstairs admiring the Armani Privé collection, which included a line of precious jewels.

“I love shiny things,” she said. “I love pretty, shiny things.”

Launch Gallery: Callum Turner, Nicolas Cage and Alessandra Ambrosio Celebrate Martin Scorsese with Armani

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