Best of BAFTA's Fashion
Renee Zellweger (pictured) winner of Leading Actress for the film 'Judy' poses with her BAFTA award (Matt Crossick/PA Wire)
The 73rd British Academy Film and Television Awards (commonly referred to as the BAFTAs) took place overnight in London.
The ceremony held at London's Royal Albert Hall was hosted for the first time by Graham Norton and featured a dress code that called for celebrities to re-wear something they already own or chose a sustainable option.
While we were very keen to see who took home the awards (1917 dominated the awards with seven wins including best film and best director Sam Mendes), we were also frothing over the fashion!
We’ve done a close inspection of 2020 BAFTA red carpet looks and handpicked some of our “best and worst” dressed.
Which choices stand out for you?
1. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge
2. Zoe Kravitz
3. Renee Zellweger
4. Florence Pugh
5. Margot Robbie
6. Charlize Theron
7. Olivia Colman
8. Scarlett Johansson
9. Joaquin Phoenix
10. Emilia Clarke
11. Laura Dern
To this year’s @bafta awards, @lauradern, who won Best Supporting Actress for Marriage Story, wore a velvet dress embroidered with feathers, pearls and red rhinestones from the #ValentinoHauteCouture Beijing collection by #PierpaoloPiccioli. #EEBAFTAs pic.twitter.com/3I82OFdTsv— Valentino (@MaisonValentino) February 2, 2020
12. Jodie Turner-Smith and Joshua Jackson
13. Taika Waititi
14. George MacKay and Dean Charles Chapman
George MacKay and Dean Charles Chapman at the EE British Academy Film Awards 2020 in London. pic.twitter.com/ZLKthT9Uo8— Best of George Mackay (@BestofGMackay) February 2, 2020
15. Graham Norton
Baftas 2020 red carpet: Joaquin Phoenix leads stars at the Royal Albert Hall: Host Graham Norton and Sex Education's Gillian Anderson also hit the red carpet ahead of the main event https://t.co/7tckvHNUXH pic.twitter.com/6gpDIicGb2— RushReads (@RushReads) February 2, 2020