The weather was a little gloomy at London’s Royal Opera House, but this didn’t stop the stars from shining bright at the British Academy of Film and Television Awards. Ben Affleck was the surprise winner of the night taking home two awards for his film Argo and some say it was no surprise Anne Hathaway won (yet again) for her role in Les Miserables.
Top of the class
Jennifer Garner has been making all the right choices this season and this Roland Mouret number is not exception. Sophisticated with a structured peplum, she topped the look off with an elegant updo and some simple yet stunning diamonds.
Most definitely setting the style stakes high, Amy Adams stunned onlookers in Elie Saab. Chantilly lace and exquisite beading added glamour to the BAFTA’s (which was so desperately needed) and with the perfect body to pull off this sleek little number, she smoldered her way along the red carpet.
Alicia Vikander the young Swedish actress brought her A-game to the red carpet in Christian Dior. Showing how simplistic can be show-stopping, this asymmetrical shape and cutout back showed off just the right amount of skin. Classic with a twist – love it!
British actress Thandie Newton wore an overpowering Louis Vuitton lace ensemble, with slits and see through panels in all the wrong places. We love you Thandie but too much dress (and hair) equals a huge thumbs down.
What should have been a showstopper, turned into a disaster for Marion Cotillard in Christian Dior Couture. The statement silhouette trend tops our lists, but with too much skin on show, the sheer panel at the back just wasn’t working.
Alice Eve looks more Dancing On Ice than red-carpet glam. The cheap-looking dress, over coiffed hair and red talons scream ‘Get me a stylist.