Eddie Redmayne: Our Best Dressed Man of 2013 was one of the presenters on the night. He didn’t let us down looking very dapper wearing a Gucci black one button peak lapel Marseille tuxedo with a white evening shirt, black silk bow tie and black patent leather lace ups. His beautiful plus one, Hannah Bagshawe, was also decked out in Gucci Pre-Fall 2013.
Brad Pitt: The actor wore a Valentino tuxedo styled with a black bow-tie. Frankly, I prefer Angelina’s look over his. I don’t get the collarless shirt.
British luxury house Mulberry created a bespoke gown for the British actress.
Her fil coupe jacquard three-quarter sleeved gown emphasized with a full skirt gathered at the waist and a dipped hem, was styled with Mulberry leather pumps in a complementary blue hue.
I love the carefree hair which works perfectly for her chic look, but I have a feeling this love won’t be shared.
Helen Mirren collected the BAFTA Fellowship Award at the 2014 BAFTAs on Sunday (February 16) held at The Royal Opera House in London, England.
The grand dame looked flawless, as expected, wearing a navy cascading tulle Jacques Azagury gown with a heavily embellished bodice and sleeves.
Asprey London earrings and a silver clutch were the perfect way to style this regal look.
Long live the queen.
Naomie Harris stunned on the red carpet at the 2014 BAFTAs, hosted on Sunday (February 16) at The Royal Opera House in London, England.
The ‘Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom’ actress was back to her best, looking ever so pretty in pink wearing a Gucci gown rendered in a delicious shade of deep watermelon.
Although the dress featured a plunge neckline and high front-side slit, the tasteful sophistication never slid away.
Using the black waistband as inspiration, Naomie accessorized with a black box Rauwolf clutch and black Christian Louboutin ‘Miss Rigidaine’ pumps, along with a flourish of sparkle via Cartier earrings and cocktail ring.
Pink perfection. Would you agree?
Oprah Winfrey made an appearance at the 2014 BAFTAs, hosted on Sunday (February 16) at The Royal Opera House in London, England.
The entertainer, nominated for her supporting actress role in ‘Lee Daniel’s The Butler,’ wore a custom-made Stella McCartney long-sleeve gown with an elegant lace bodice and satin bow sash.
She complemented the beautiful burgundy-wine colour and flattering silhouette with a gemstone cocktail ring and delicate earrings, topping off the look with a pink lip and a ‘fro of curls.