There were many more red carpet looks at the 2015 BAFTA TV Awards held at Theatre Royal on Sunday (May 10) in London, England. Here are just a few.
Pixie Lott: The British singer stood out wearing an alluring Blumarine blue navy macramé lace gown.
Emma Willis: The TV presenter opted for something both chic and modern wearing a Roland Mouret ‘Shotwick’ jumpsuit which you may remember has been previous worn by Kate Hudson and Jessica Simpson. The styling is impeccable. I wish Pixie had also opted for a colour-popping clutch.
Anna Friel attended the 2015 BAFTA TV Awards at Theatre Royal on Sunday (May 10) in London, England.
The British actress wore a beautifully delicate Osman Spring 2015 dress which oozes a classic 20s vibe and plenty of charm.
Her white pumps work perfectly well here, but the back detail is throwing me off loving this look.
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Dianna Agron attended the 2015 BAFTA TV Awards at Theatre Royal on Sunday (May 10) in London, England.
Following her ultra-feminine look at the Met Gala, Dianna served up a dark romantic look wearing a semi-sheer tulle Simone Rocha top with a Comme des Garçons safety pin embellished skirt.
I have a feeling this leap outside her comfort-zone may not go down to well, but I think this experimental look has paid off as Dianna is seductive yet still maintains plenty of charm.
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There were also many bespoke-suit-wearing blokes who took to the red carpet on Sunday evening for the British Academy Television Awards 2013, held at the Royal Festival Hall in London.
Jamie Redknapp: We of course have to start with the very handsome Jamie, who joined his beautiful wife Louise at this event. The former footballer, who still retains his boyish good looks, wore a Thom Sweeney bespoke midnight blue mohair three-piece suit featuring a shawl lapel, with a white dress shirt and a bow tie. You may remember that Luke Evans wore a suit by the same designer with a similar low-cut waistcoat to the ‘Fast & Furious 6’ world premiere last week.
Dermot O’Leary: Opting for a much smaller bow tie, Dermot O’Leary selected a two-piece Rake midnight-blue suit with a black satin shawl collar, styled with a white dress shirt and white pocket square.
Damien Lewis: The actor, who joined his wife Helen McCrory on the red carpet, wore a two-button suit with slim-fit pants from his go-to brand Burberry. Unlike some of the guys, who selected white pocket squares at this event, Damien opted for black.
Here is a roundup of the rest of the looks from the British Academy Television Awards 2013 held at the Royal Festival Hall in London on Sunday.
Millie Mackintosh: Opting to steal the limelight from the celebs at this event, the reality TV star wore a daring Sass & Bide Fall 2013 strapless gown with a plunging sweetheart neckline, gold-plated accent, keyhole cut-out and thigh-high slit. Gold cuffs, a Swarovski clutch and black strappy heels completed her look. If stealing the limelight was her intention, I would say this was mission accomplished.
Holly Willoughby: I love Holly’s red Valentino one-shoulder gown; however, her black platform heels are a huge letdown. They are so clunky and heavy in comparison to the rest of her look. She can do – and has done – much better.
Jessica Hynes: This Vivienne Westwood gown was one of my favourites on the night. The black silk gown, with a ruched pale-pink chiffon-trimmed neckline, draped detail at the back and draped over-the-shoulder detail, gives her a beautiful silhouette. Allowing the gown to shine by just adding nude pumps was the perfect way to style this look.