Posted by Catherine Kallon on February 9th, 2009 In:
BAFTA Awards, Best Dressed
I LOVE LOVE Marisa Tomei That has to be the dress I am going to remember for a very long time…and did I say I LOVE LOVE Marisa Tomei!
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FC, I’ve checked it and I was right. Kristin Scott Thomas wore a YSL dress. 100%.Karolina Kurkova looked pretty in her red dress (at the BAFTAs), don’t you think?I still haven’t found out who made Nicole Kidman’s golden Grammy. dress.
1. Marisa Tomei2. Frieda Pinto3. Angelina Jolie
this was hard it was between kylie, kate and freida, but i went for kylie, simply because as soon as i saw her i went WOW, that has been the best she has looked in a long time since the brits last year.
i cant wait for her to host the brits this year
Amy, one of the best I’ve seen her ever. She’s my crush at the moment.
I voted for Kate Winslet. My second vote would go to Emily Mortimer.
Freida!!!! OMG, I’ve been in love with that dress for a while, and when i saw it in pink, I loved it even more, simply gorgeous!My 2nd Choice is Angelina!! O_o didn’t think i would ever like anything Angelina wore ever again!!My 3rd , Amy!! wow, even her eye makeup looks different!
My favourite dress is Thandie Newton’s beautiful vintage dress, but my best dressed is Marisa Tomei. She looks just great! So I voted for her. Perfect!
EMMA WATSON! Why is she not even nominated? Oy.
Marisa Tomei looks simply amazing.
Well, this is my BAFTAs Best Dressed. Is it just me or the awards season is getting worse by the ceremony?! I started off the year with having 10 fav looks at the Golden Globes, of which I cut 2 not to make it too crowded, followed by the SAG awards where I only really liked 3-4 looks and added 2 more I was okay with, and now this with only 3 ladies worth remembering in my book. By this rate, I won’t like a single one at the Oscars. :/
I’ll give my vote to Angelina because I feel that Marisa and Freida will do much better. Everybody who knows me knows I can’t stand that woman, but I have to give credit where the credit is due. She looked wonderful and it was a welcome change from those dreadful washed-out shapeless dresses.
Marisa Tomei looked ravishing, understated, subtle and classy!!I am an Indian and proud of Freida Pinto but far too much attention is being given to her. She looks pretty. Period.
Kylie Minogue’s dress is ghastly.
Thandie Newtons looks like she needs to hitch the bodice up. Looks like a wardrobe malfunction waiting to happen.
None of the dresses really make me go ‘wow, that’s stunning!’
Personally I would definitely wear Freida Pinto’s fluffy sugary gown, but Marisa stood out more for me so she got my vote instead.
I voted for Angelina, purely because it’s something different from what she usually wears, and stood out on the red carpet along the usual long gowns.
I don’t think it was a vintage year for Bafta fashion, though. I agree with other posters that there was nothing really memorable, nothing that made you go “wow!” Last year’s was much more interesting for fashion.
Bored already – bring on the Elle Style Awards tonight!!!
Kate Winslet, hands down. STUNNING.
To be honest, none of the dresses worn at the BAFTA Awards had any “Wow” factor affect on me. Some are pretty gowns, but none of them are special. Next award show please…
On the view recently, Kate Winlset said her daughther asked her why she wears black all the time. her daugther also told her no one over 10 should wear pink. as her daughter picked out her last oscar dress according to kate, hopefully this means no black at the oscars!
I read that in the Daily mail and thought not only was it cute, but true.
How insightful for a young girl.
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