It is not very surprising that a fashion website like Vogue would do a special report on the Oscars, and it is even more understandable that the website would lead the report off with fashion—Oscars 2015: The Best Dressed Celebrities on the Red Carpet.
The whole page is very visual-oriented. For readers who are mostly female, those well-taken and carefully edited pictures of celebrities are very helpful when looking for articles to read, and the texts are minimized to the largest extent. There is an obvious hierarchy in the listing of articles: the closer to the top, the more interesting/relevant the article is.
The page’s design looks simple and clear, which is good for a website that heavily relies on visuals. And it’s also easy to navigate. However, I feel the website does not have enough video contents in the coverage of the Oscars. Only pictures and texts can be dry to read. Readers might want something more dynamic, such as videos. The only video content on the page is from the runway of Versace Fall 2015 fashion show, which is quite confusing to me — why would they put some irrelevant on the page, between articles about the Oscars?
Then I realized it might be an ad, just like the Cadillac add, which is floating on the right side. I don’t really like the idea of making adds look like news content. I understand it looks better in the way of consistency and aesthetics, but It’s not only confusing, but also sometimes deceiving to the readers.