Our Favourite Red Carpet Looks From The BAFTAs

Our Favourite Red Carpet Looks From The BAFTAs

Awards season is well and truly underway, and along with the celebration of leading talent, moving films, and gripping television comes a glittering red carpet. Lady Gaga set the precedent for show-stopping red carpet moments with her ‘Shallow blue’ gown at the Emmys, but what can we expect from the BAFTAs this evening?

From the feminine and frilly to classic old school Hollywood glamour, by way of statement-making two-piece suits, here’s what our favourite stars wore to the 72nd British Academy Film Awards at London’s Royal Albert Hall tonight.

Widows ‘ Viola Davis in a stunning Armani Privé monochrome gown.

Letitia Wright wears an ice-white Stella McCartney suit and Christian Louboutin heels.

Margot Robbie might just have won the red carpet with this tulle and crystal number.

Octavia Spencer oozing Hollywood glamour in a classic red gown.

Kate Middleton attended her third BAFTAs in an asymmetric white gown.

Bohemian Rhapsody star Lucy Boynton is fast becoming a red carpet pro – this gown is Dior Haute Couture.

We love Cate Blanchett’s Christopher Kane dress with bejewelled neckline.

Westworld ‘s Thandie Newton.

Widows ‘ Michelle Rodriguez in adraped gold Jenny Packham dress.

The Favourite ‘s Olivia Colman working an elegant Emilia Wickstead dress with short train.

The Crown ‘s Clair Foy in a forrest green number.

Amy Adams leads the best dressed in a classic burgundy gown.

The Favourite ‘s Rachel Weisz in a frou frou fairytale dress.

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel star Rachel Brosnahan wears a dreamy emerald dress.

Stacy Martin in a Dior Haute Couture Victoriana number.

Mary J Blige wearing an embellished white two-piece.

Les Miserables actress Lily Collins in electric blue.

Widows ‘ Elizabeth Debicki in a thigh split black dress.

Model Irina Shayk gives a good lesson in rocking a red carpet suit – her’s is Burberry.

Costume designer of The Favourite, Sandy Powell, pays homage to David Bowie in a pinstriped two-piece.

Zawe Ashton in a zingy fuchsia number.

Actress Sophie Okonedo’s lace dress and Jimmy Choo heels are pitch perfect.

Film producer Sophie Harman in The Vampire’s Wife.

Documentary filmmaker Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi in a ruffled cappuccino-hued dress.

Modern Life is Rubbish star Freya Mavor.

Game of Thrones ‘ Gemma Whelan in a cornflower blue delight.

Model Barbara Meier in a glistening caped dress.

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