Another night, another award ceremony and yet another showcase of the best sartorial talent in show business. At last night’s BAFTA 2014 awards at London’s Royal Opera House, the celebrities donned some of their most lust-worthy outfits to date. Find out who made our best-dressed list.
With the international fashion weeks only recently coming to an end, the style stakes were high with many of the stars resembling catwalk models on the red carpet.
Proving there are tighter than ever Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt arrived at the prestigious ceremony wearing his and her tuxedos. While Brad wore Valetino, Angelina smouldered in her fitted Saint Laurent suit, which she accessoried with Tiffany&Co. jewels and sultry make-up. The actress attended the awards show to support her husband’s latest movie 12 Years A Slave, which stars rising actress Lupita Nyong’o who, once again, dazzled on the red carpet in a Christian Dior dress, proving why she was a hot choice to be the face of Miu Miu.
With Victoria Beckham proving a huge success during fashion week, it was no surprise to see her creations on the red carpet. American Hustle beauty Amy Adams went for a demure look in one of Victoria’s sculptured gowns.
A bronzed Uma Thurman proved you can still look fab in your forties wearing an Atelier Versace number.
Belles in Chanel were Swedish actress Alicia Vikander and British star Sai Bennett.
Celebrating the latest cut-out trend was former model Olga Kurylenko, who showed off her enviable curves in a two-toned Burberry dress. Taking the trend one step further though was actress Imogen Poots in Givenchy.
French actress and model Lea Seydoux made every woman green with envy in her revealing Prada frock. Also showing off some toned flesh was Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom star Naomie Harris in a thigh-high split Gucci dress. Hollywood ladette Michelle Rodriguez provided the biggest shock, looking feminine in a figure-hugging number.
Luther actress, and soon to be the next hot thing in Hollywood, Ruth Wilson opted for her usual controversial style with a a standout Antonio Berardi suit with orange courts.
Like fellow British actress Ruth, Emma Thompson perhaps wasn’t quite the best dressed but is worthy of a mention all the same. We love how she channeled 1940s chic with a peroxide blonde Monroe-esque hairstyle and fitted, red satin Maria Grachvogel gown.