Virgin TV BAFTA Television Awards Red Carpet Roundup

The Virgin TV BAFTA Television Awards on Sunday (May 13) in London, England featured an array of colours. Attendees joined Caitriona BalfeThandie NewtonVanessa Kirby and Claire Foy.

Ella Purnell: The new Chanel brand ambassador was clad in a Pre-Spring 2018 style. The dark colour echoed her Time’s Up pin while the fabric had such an interesting tactile quality from the golden thread. It’s a look you want to see up close and from far away.

Anna Friel: The rich green hue of the Best Supporting Actress nominee’s vintage gown enhanced her colouring. Alex Monroe and Jade Jagger jewels increased the opulent finish of the pleated style.

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Caitriona Balfe In Delpozo – Virgin TV BAFTA Television Awards

Caitriona Balfe looked regal at the Virgin TV BAFTA Television Awards on Sunday (May 13) in London, joining Thandie NewtonVanessa Kirby and Claire Foy.

The ‘Outlander’ actress often gravitates towards black. Her Delpozo Fall 2018 dress certainly had an inky allure, but it was dramatized by the explosion of appliques and feathered trim.

Texture is something not to be underestimated in an outfit and this decorated confection speaks to that. The strapless silhouette is sleek but the trimmings bring such tactile dimension.

The ensemble was tied up with the knotted neckline and Time’s Up pin.

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Thandie Newton In Richard Quinn – Virgin TV BAFTA Television Awards

After her dazzling moment at the ‘SOLO: A Story Wars Story’ LA premiere, I was very much looking forward to seeing Thandie Newton again. She was back on the red carpet at the Virgin TV BAFTA Television Awards on Sunday (May 13) in London, alongside Vanessa Kirby and Claire Foy.

This Richard Quinn gown was a vivacious look. It had a summery sentiment while still being formal enough for the occasion.

The asymmetrical gathered silhouette had a playful feel that was soft yet structured. It was dramatic enough that she didn’t need the coordinating pieces, although, I could see her successfully carrying off the arm covering.

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Vanessa Kirby In Christian Dior – Virgin TV BAFTA Television Awards

Vanessa Kirby joined her ‘The Crown’ costar Claire Foy at the Virgin TV BAFTA Television Awards on Sunday (May 13) in London, England.

She won the award for Best Supporting Actress and was outfitted in a Christian Dior Pre-Fall 2018 gown that was fit for the joyful occasion.

With its embellished beige tulle, the piece had a shimmering allure in the lookbook, but it was enhanced on the red carpet. Every detail glistened and it projected a regal elegance that suited her to a tee.

A Time’s Up pin rounded out the look.

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Claire Foy In Rosetta Getty – Virgin TV BAFTA Television Awards

Claire Foy stepped out at the Virgin TV BAFTA Television Awards at the Royal Festival Hall on Sunday (May 13) in London, England.

Given that the actress wore a Time’s Up pin, the black Rosetta Getty Fall 2018 gown would have seemed like the likelier choice, but she lightened things up in an ethereal white style.

The column has such a refined elegance. Some might have been tempted to pile on the jewels to counteract the lack of shimmering embellishment, but her minimalist styling showcased the knotted waist.

Her radiating clutch added the right amount of sparkle and tied in the pin for a chic finish.

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Virgin TV BAFTA Television Awards Red Carpet Roundup

There were many more stars on the red carpet of the Virgin TV BAFTA Television Awards in London on Sunday (May 14).

Ella Eyre: The young singer-songwriter embraced the girly joys of pink tulle in this Molly Goodard frock, which was the sartorial incarnation of cotton candy. Silver metallic Sophia Webster sandals added more shine to the sweet look that Ella managed so well despite its sugary qualities.

Ophelia Lovibond: Also pretty in pink, Ophelia’s Vilshenko tiered ruffle gown was of a slightly more subdued form. Yet the delicate femininity of form was lovely on her, with her soft tendrils of hair only enhancing the effect.

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