Here’s a look at the additional red-carpet statements from the 2020 BAFTAs on Sunday (February 2) in London.
Olivia Colman: This Alexander McQueen embellished gown was a great choice for ‘The Crown’ actress; it featured subtle dazzle mixed with elegant refinement. Atelier Swarovski Fine Jewelry completed her look.
Zazie Beetz: Even though this Marina Moscone dress was a custom piece, it felt more like an off-the-rack design — and rather dated, given the matching oxblood lip and metallic, strappy sandals.
Naomi Ackie: The British actress let her Rapunzel braid do all the talking with this neon Valentino Spring 2020 dress.
Lily Rose-Depp: The most provocative of the night, the starlet redefined the naked dress in this Chanel Pre-Fall 2020 design — which was little more than a sheer, lace bodysuit of which the black dress overlay did little to cover up. If there’s any right occasion for this, it certainly wasn’t the BAFTAs.
Rebel Wilson: I like the idea of this custom Prabal Gurung gown with the swoosh of the embellished, contrast wrap detail. But, I am not a huge fan of how the sash translated in real life or the colour combo. I think she needed a far more fun and vibrant look.
Alice Eve: This Ralph & Russo mega-fringe gown came alive with movement, and was really made for it. So, it lost a lot of that shimmying allure when standing static in place.
Greta Gerwig: The ‘Little Women’ director and nominee wore a festive, velvet custom Gucci gown with embellished straps that made me think of the holidays all over again.
Hannah John-Kamen: If you’ve had enough of the see-through thing, then you probably will be rolling your eyes at Hannah’s sparkly Ralph & Russo gown — although it looked downright conservative compared to Lily’s sheer moment.