BAFTAs Red Carpet Stars
Her dark locks may still nod to her role as Joan Jett in The Runaways, but the Orange Rising Star Award is more pretty than punk in her embellished, white Chanel strapless dress and matching high heeled Roger Vivier sandals.
He may not be sparkling, but the still shines in head-to-toe Gucci, including a custom tuxedo, white dress shirt and black silk tie.
Last year’s best actress at the Orange British Academy Film Awards balances elegant and sexy perfectly in her lace-inset Stella McCartney black gown and Tiffany & Co. jewels.
Arriving without husband Hugh Dancy, the makes a dazzling solo appearance in a one-of-a-kind Burberry satin gown and glittering Tiffany & Co. diamonds.
Taking time out of his post with the Royal Air Force, the prince – and new president of the British Academy of Film and Television Arts – took time out of his red carpet walk to meet screaming fans off to the side.
The best actress nominee looks light as Air in her white chiffon Marchesa gown, Asprey jewelry and VBH clutch.
What London fog? The actress is a ray of sunshine in her marigold Pucci cocktail dress and gold Jimmy Choo sandals.
Is he just happy to be back in his homeland? The leading man shows off his trademark smile as he hits the red carpet in a dapper tuxedo.
The new blonde – and best actress winner – makes a fashion-forward choice in her bi-level, floral Vionnet dress and antique Fred Leighton diamonds.
Despite having played the designer to create the LBD, the Coco Avant Chanel star is all about color, pairing her rose-colored, asymmetrical Lanvin dress with bright red accessories.
The winner of best actor poses in the press room, having thanked his director onstage for making him feel “a little more worldly, better groomed, more fragrant and more nominated than one has ever been before.”
A far cry from the title character in Precious, the rising star strikes a pose as she makes her way into the award ceremony in a glam pale pink gown.
A far cry from her Hogwarts costume, the redheaded Harry Potter star is stunning in a plunging, gold satin Prada gown and Wright and Teague jewelry.
His nominated WWII-era Inglourious Basterds may contain plenty of his signature violent scenes, but the director is all peace at the BAFTAs.