It's the last leg of award season and the fashion quotient is still, high as ever. The 2018 BAFTAs saw a repetition of the blackout staged on the recent Golden Globes red carpet in solidarity with the Time's Up movement and majority of the attendees were decked in ebony. Yet, the style stakes were high as ever and these 10 looks made our best dressed list of the night.
JLaw gave a classic black gown a twist by wearing a pleated Christian Dior Couture number with a straight front and white off-shoulder detail. Her makeup look too was sophisticated with centre-parted hair worn back and a crimson lip.
Lupita Nyong'o looked divine in a structured Elie Saab gown with velvet panels and an exaggerated waist. Completing it was coloured eye makeup, red lips and dangling earrings.
New kid on the block Saoirse Ronan wore a Chanel striped detail dress with a feathered sheer bottom along with ankle-strap heels, emerald earrings and a messy 'do.
Amongst the sea of gowns, Naomi Harris stood out with a Zuhair Murad Couture embellished cape with a low-cut neckline, fitted trousers and pointed pumps. Naomi paired this with a high bun and layered necklace.
Salma Hayek went for a modest, elegant long-sleeved Gucci dress with jeweled embroidery at the shoulders, waist and cuffs. With it, Salma wore a smokey eye look and loose waves in her hair.
Cinderella star Lily James looked nothing short of a fairytale on the BAFTA red carpet with a flouncy black Burberry gown with a layered bottom and sweetheart neckline. She paired the look with burgundy toned eyes, dangling diamond earrings and loose waves in her hair.
The pregnant Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton got everyone talking by wearing a dark green Jenny Packham dress, possibly to stay away from making a political statement which is against royal protocol. Kate looked positively radiant in matching emerald jewellery, dark eye makeup and a black clutch.
Looking stunning on the red carpet was Octavia Spencer in a shimmery Sachin & Babi gown. She finished off the look with shiny curls, deep eye makeup and chunky earrings.
Showing us that style doesn't come with an age limit was 67-year-old English actress Julie Walters. Julie wore a tailored black jumpsuit with jewel detailing on the neckline which she matched with her earrings and wrist cuff.
Kate Mara gave the unofficial black dress code a glint of gold with an embroidered Dior dress. Tying it together was a choker necklace, box clutch and hairpin to lend it a strikingly chic look.
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