January 7, 2018

The BAFTA Los Angeles Tea Party

Posted by Rachel Watkins

There were many more stars in attendance at the BAFTA Los Angeles Tea Party, joining Diane Kruger on Saturday (January 6).

Michelle Williams: As we might have predicted, the actress was dressed in a Louis Vuitton design—this one a basic variation on a sheath dress with a graphic pattern to add visual interest.

Issa Rae: Continuing her sunny-yellow mood from the 2018 AFI Awards, Issa donned a Rosie Assoulin Spring 2018 frock that featured a sense of girly playfulness in the oversized ruffle detail. With Monica Vinader jewels to round out the look, she kept the styling simple and sleek this time around.

Emma Watson: Emma debuted a short set of bangs that had a certain Sofia Boutella influence to go with her Osman Resort 2018 ensemble. The sharp look prominently celebrated the menswear trend, with Susi Studio loafers contributing to that theme.

Isabelle Huppert: I love how Isabelle took her suiting to the next level in this violet Gucci number. Look closely, and you’ll see that her Louis Vuitton oversized shades reflect the colour of her red sandal, delivering even more spirited style attitude to the ensemble.

Sonequa Martin-Green: With the beautiful crush of embellishment throughout this Elisabetta Franchi Spring 2018 ensemble, my feeling was that Sonequa probably didn’t need quite such large hoop earrings as her pretty coral lip and metallic accessories would have been enough to accompany it. Sam Edelman shoes completed her look.

Eiza Gonzalez: With another Dior look after the W Magazine Celebration, the actress was lovely in a Christian Dior Resort 2018 frock that had a certain ladylike-vintage appeal that was still plenty sultry. I was just happy again to see a Dior darling not wearing the signature bras and briefs that commanded attention in 2017.

Jessica Chastain: I love how effortlessly Jessica wore this Ralph Lauren Fall 2018 houndstooth look that was at once casual and so sophisticated, with her auburn curls breathing radiance into the look.

Greta Gerwig: After a far more complex look at the AFI Awards, Greta kept it minimal in an Emilia Wickstead Resort 2018 frock. Some may be left feeling a bit uninspired, but I was content to see the pared-back, daytime elegance of the ensemble.

Rachel Brosnahan: Opting for a sheer statement, Rachel’s Christopher Kane Resort 2018 ruffled dress was dominated by the floral motif that balanced attention away from its more transparent nature. Malone Souliers shoes added a sharp, vampy finish.

Mary J. Blige: After her appearance at the Palm Springs International Film Festival, I was excited to see what the singer-actress would wear next. But, I wasn’t so excited to see it was this Elizabeth Kennedy Spring 2018 embellished suit, which was styled in a rather dated manner between the hair and the glittery-gold shoes.

Laurie Metcalf: Letting this Temperley London Resort 2018 embroidered dress speak for itself, Laurie kept her styling to a minimum with complementary accessories.

Gillian Anderson: This Victoria Beckham micro-printed dress was right in keeping with Gillian’s streamlined style. Her glasses are what brought a smart-chic, new flair to her look.

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