Hollywood’s biggest night is this Sunday with the airing of the 90th Academy Awards, and one major contender is Sony Pictures Classics’ film Call Me By Your Name. To honor the cast and creative team (nominated for four golden statues), Barneys partnered with Vanity Fair to host a party at the famed Chateau Marmont. Guests in attendance included director Luca Guadagnino, Armie Hammer, Sufjan Stevens, and Timothée Chalamet. The latter two are nominated for Best Original Song and Best Actor In A Leading Role, respectively. The film is also nominated for Best Picture and Writing (Adapted Screenplay).

To kick off the festivities Wednesday evening, the space was decorated with furniture and relics to recreate a northern Italian atmosphere reminiscent of the film’s setting. Joined by the hosts, Barneys CEO Daniella Vitale and Vanity Fair Editor-in-Chief Radhika Jones, the star-studded crowd enjoyed music, drinks, and light Italian bites while overlooking the city of Los Angeles. Richard and Lisa Perry, Vanity Fair Executive West Coast Editor Krista Smith, Sony Pictures Classics Co-President and Co-Founder Tom Bernard, and designer Jennifer Meyer also joined to toast the critically acclaimed picture.

Scroll on for a closer look at the film’s celebratory event, and catch the Oscars this weekend to see who will accept the top awards.

Actor Armie Hammer, Barneys New York CEO Daniella Vitale, and director Luca Guadagnino.

Best Actor nominee Timothée Chalamet and Daniella Vitale.

Vanity Fair Editor-in-Chief Radhika Jones greets Luca Guadagnino.

The film’s signage proudly displayed.

Barneys New York owner Richard Perry, Barneys New York Senior Vice-President of Marketing and Advertising Tomm Miller, and Vanity Fair Publisher and CRO Chris Mitchell.

Vanity Fair Executive West Coast Editor Krista Smith.

Sara and Erin Foster.

The latest issue of Vanity Fair.

Howard Rosenman and Sony Pictures Classics Co-President and Co-Founder Michael Barker.

Jewelry designer Jennifer Meyer and a friend enjoying the evening.

Sam Dorison and Dana Witler of The Trevor Project.

A night to remember.