Maisie Williams: The starlet channeled mature allure in a Milly slip dress that stood out for its luscious green hue, which she reflected in her eye makeup. By styling the look with black accessories along with Maria Black jewelry, she added a tougher edge.
Kit Harington: Handsome as ever, Kit wore a monochromatic Dolce & Gabbana ensemble that had no chance of being one-note with the decoratively embossed blazer, contrast lapels, and slippers that gave the look a regal, off-duty flair.
Nathalie Emmanuel: Nathalie took the opportunity to walk a more progressive line with this Vivienne Westwood dress that was not only recognizable in the designer’s signature silhouette but also for having abstracted visions of her face printed across it. I love her choice of red lip and silver Sophia Webster ‘Lilico’ embellished shoes as they provided a bold finish without overcooking the oddity of the frock.
Hannah Murray: A sleeker ’do and statement lip hue would have done far more favours for this gold-laced J. Mendel plisse gown.
Gemma Whelan: I loved seeing Gemma’s sweet take on maternity style in this embroidered Temperley London ballet-pink dress that took on a retro attitude with her finger waves and gold-accented mules.
Gwendoline Christie: Although her silver-metallic embellished Marc Jacobs gown came equipped with its own bejeweled aesthetic, Gwendoline’s Ara Vartanian jewels were smartly worn so that each complemented the other without going overboard. The considered shine of the ensemble also kept the look radiant rather than washed-out against her alabaster complexion.
Amanda Crew: A beauty in burgundy, Amanda wore a Designers Remix dress with Rene Caovilla pumps, a Tyler Ellis clutch, and Djula jewels. The monochromatic palette may have created a bit of a one-note effect that a sandal would have likely helped resolve.
Nikolaj Coster-Waldau: With a laid-back approach, Nikolaj wore a power blue suit from Strong Suit enhanced by mahogany-brown lace-up shoes.
Keisha Castle-Hughes: Not only was this Dhela dress way too long, it simply wasn’t flattering. Pollice Lee shoes, albeit hidden by the length, completed the look.