Every Single Baftas Red Carpet Look You Need to See
The Baftas is the one red carpet during awards season where stars experiment and wear something a little more daring than safe champagne-coloured strapless gowns, embracing London's famed eccentric and rule-breaking approach to fashion. This year it seems like many of the stars were inspired by the theatrical costumes in the nominated film, The Favourite, as the red carpet was filled with oversized bows, tulle full skirts, elaborate ruffles and dramatically winged eyeshadow. The Favorite star Rachel Weisz stayed true to the aesthetic of her film in an angelic frothy gown by Gucci — while Margot Robbie, Lily Collins and Thandie Newton's looks also reminded us of the celebrated film.
Hollywood royalty was joined by actual royalty at the ceremony, as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were the last to walk the red carpet at the Royal Albert Hall. Kate wore a white flowing gown with a nipped in waist and flowers along one shoulder, with a pair of silver glittery heels by Jimmy Choo. Other headlining looks include Olivia Coleman's black and white sleeved Emilia Wickstead gown with a sweeping cape-like train cascading from the waist and Cate Blanchett's fitted black Christopher Kane dress with oversized colourful gems in build into the cut-out neckline, resembling a necklace.
This isn't just a night to celebrate the British film industry, as London-based designers also took centre stage. Many actresses chose to wear British labels, including Stella McCartney, Roksanda, Christopher Kane and Emilia Wickstead. Keep scrolling to see the best red carpet looks from this year's EE Baftas...
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