Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Fearne Cotton In WilliamVintage - 2014 BAFTAsFearne Cotton was every bit the bronze goddess at the 2014 BAFTAs, hosted Sunday (February 16) at The Royal Opera House in London, England.

The British TV and radio presenter, who is leading the award show’s E! Live From the Red Carpet coverage with Dermot O’Leary, took on the night in a memorable 1980 Scaasi gown long-sleeve gown from WilliamVintage that sparkled with a true aura of old Hollywood glamour.

She will be shining rather brightly alongside the stars she interviews with this copper-toned confection, swirled with allover, sequinned embellishment, which she paired with Jimmy Choo heels.

Adding more drama to her entrance, she wore her platinum blonde locks in a voluminous, teased and curled ’do whilst taking a slightly more subtle route with her makeup via a metallic smokey eye and a rosy-nude lip.

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Keeping it classic with black tuxedos and bow ties was prevalent on the red carpet at the EE British Academy Film Awards in London on Sunday. But a handful of biggest stars took a chance with navy colours and velvet fabrics. The risks paid off – for the most part.

Ben Affleck: In addition to taking home the award for Best Director, Bendefinitely took home the award for best male grooming. That dark beard looked amazing with his Gucci Made-to-Order midnight blue velvet Marseille tuxedo. His tux displayed two buttons and notch lapels. Along with his tux, Ben wore a skinny collared white shirt, a matching flat tie in a four-in-hand knot, and black leather lace ups.

Bradley Cooper: Everything below the neck looked incredible on the star of ‘Silver Linings Playbook.’ Wearing a Ferragamo midnight navy three-piece tux with black satin peak lapels, Bradley looked every bit the part of a Best Actor nominee. He even paired it with a bow tie that he needs to straighten out. Unfortunately, it looks like the rain got to him and his hair looks a bit sloppy, considering he’s wearing a tux.

Chris Tucker: If there was one man on the red carpet that ruined his look with the little things, it was Chris Tucker. The navy colour looks great, but he went from looking like a stud to looking like a stooge thanks to his accents. Chris is great, funny actor, but it takes a specific type of confidence and power to pull off lapels that wide – Chris doesn’t have it. And that droopy, oversized bow tie isn’t helping matters.

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Hayley Atwell joined Sally Field in celebrating the designs of Antonio Berardi on the red carpet at the Royal Opera House on Sunday evening, for the 2013 BAFTA Awards.

The British actress also selected a monochrome look from Berardi’s Fall 2012 collection, but this black-and-white gown with paillette embroidery has a little more bite and is a lot more fashion-forward.

Along with the embroidery, I love the swirl pattern and the peplum detail which narrows her waist.

A black clutch and wavy tresses completed her look.

All-in-all, this was a very well dressed event.

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