While New York Fashion Week and the Grammys have been taking center stage stateside, celebrities crossed the pond to attend the British Academy of Film and Television Arts Awards in London, where high-fashion dominated the red carpet. Marion Cotillard wore a sunny yellow Christian Dior design, Sarah Jesica Parker chose a black Elie Saab jumpsuit, Jennifer Lawrence picked a sequined strapless Christian Dior Couture gown, Amy Adams favored a Chantilly lace Elie Saab gown (and pink tourmaline earrings surrounded by 1,451 stones), and Jessica Chastain brightened up the carpet in a sapphire asymmetrical number by Roland Mouret. So which BAFTA look is your favorite? Tell us by voting in the poll below! More
Before Anne Hathaway won the Best Supporting Actress honor for her role as Fantine in Les Miserables at the 2013 BAFTA Awards in London today, she walked the red carpet in a studded Burberry gown. Another stunning look from the star—she’s good at those!—and the best part of the red carpet outfit had to be her book-inspired clutch, which showed the vintage cover of Victor Hugo’s novel, Les Miserables. What a touch!
Plus, see Anne’s best looks ever!
Hitchcock star Helen Mirren, ever the wild card, showed up to tonight’s BAFTA Awards at the Royal Opera House in London with a new, shocking pink hair color. ”Fashion changes so fast,” she had told InStyle in the past. “I am always up for someone showing me a new look.” And that wasn’t the only change for the leading actress nominee—she also chopped off her blunt bob in favor of a closer-cropped pixie. Tell us: Do you like her new cut and color?
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For the 66th British Academy of Film and Television Awards Best Supporting Actress nominee Amy Adams headed to the Royal Opera House in London wearing a stunning black lace gown by Elie Saab. She added a pop of color with her accessories, including these jawdropping earrings by Faberge. This ”Katharina” style features oval pink tourmalines at the center totaling 56.37 carats. The kicker? Those beauties were surrounded by 1,451 white and pink diamonds, moonstones, and rubies, for a total of 13.94 carats in the setting. Wow!
Plus, see Amy’s best looks ever!
Michelle Williams went budget-friendly at the BAFTA Awards in a custom H&M design, and this April you’ll be able to score the look. H&M is rolling out the black and ivory rosette-embellished gowns as part of its eco-friendly Conscious Collection, People reports. Just in time for prom and wedding season! Tell us: Would you wear this two-tone style?
See what other stars wore to the BAFTAs!
Graphic black and white ruled the red carpet at the 2012 BAFTA Awards! Best Leading Actress winner Meryl Streep wore an inky Vivienne Westwood corset gown, while The Help‘s Octavia Spencer scooped up a Best Supporting Actress award in Tadashi Shoji. Comedienne Kristen Wiig went minimalist in a silk strapless Alberta Ferretti column gown, and Michelle Williams kept things budget-friendly in an ivory and black gown by H&M Bespoke. See what everyone else wore to The British Academy of Film and Television Arts event in the gallery!
What does a celebrity wear to meet royalty? On Saturday we found out, as Hollywood’s biggest stars donned their prettiest outfits to meet Prince William and Catherine Middleton at the BAFTA Brits to Watch event in Los Angeles. Blake Lively chose a light blue one shoulder lace embroidered gown by Marchesa, while Nicole Kidman went for a sea foam Elie Saab beaded gown with a draped back. The woman of honor, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, decided to wear a pale lavender gown by Alexander McQueen, the same label she wore for her royal wedding in April. See what everyone else wore—Jennifer Lopez, Cat Deeley, and more—in the gallery!
Tell us: Whose dress did you like best?
— Sharon Clott, with reporting by Lindzi Scharf
While music’s hottest acts partied at the Grammys in Los Angeles last night, film’s hottest stars hopped across the pond to attend the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) Awards in London for what turned out to be one of the more beautiful red carpets of award season thus far. Julianne Moore walked the carpet with designer Tom Ford wearing one of his strapless blue designs, Emma Stone upped her status as rising style star dressed in head-to-toe Lanvin, and Gemma Arterton wrapped herself in a silk velvet black gown and tied on a sapphire blue bow, a look designed by Yves Saint Laurent. See the rest of the beautiful BAFTA red carpet looks in the gallery.