71st BAFTA Awards was nothing but unusual. The red carpet met with a blackout as most of the film industry supported Time’s Up movement by adopting all-black dress code.
It sure was every designer’s nightmare, still, the sartorial displays on the show proved why black is timeless.
Here are 10 best looks at British Academy Film Awards 2018
1. Lupita Nong’o in Elie Saab
This Black Panther actress ruled the red carpet with her gold-detailed black gown.
She went with a more structured look that flattered her sleek shape. Lupita paired the gorgeous gown with statement Gemfields chandelier earrings and a bold red lip.
2. Angelina Jolie in Ralph & Russo
Angelina slayed her usual thigh-high slit in an off-the-shoulder black velvet gown. She paired it with diamond earrings, bold eye makeup, and red nails.
3. Margot Robbie in Givenchy
I, Tonya‘s Margot Robbie wore a black floor-length gown which accentuated her svelte frame with cutout detail around her waist. This blonde beauty’s high-neck dress boasted a chic floor-length lace pleated overlay which highlighted her skirt’s metallic embellishment.
4. Jennifer Lawrence in Dior
Jennifer opted for a stunning Dior dress, fresh off the runway from their Spring 2018 couture show. The actress supported her look with straight hair having a center parting.
5. Naomie Harris in Zuhair Murad Couture
Naomie Harris made a statement in a plunging transparent jumpsuit with fringe detailed sleeves. She paired this with 3 set diamond necklaces of different lengths.
6. Natalie Dormer in Alberta Ferretti
Natalie Dormer of Game of Thrones gave this simple yet elegant black high-neck gown a life. The gown had a cape attached to the sleeves rather than the neck. She paired this with long fringe earrings and bold eyes.
7. Tatiana Korsakova
Model Tatiana Korsakova wore a black gown with sweetheart neckline, with an over the top scarf draped around her waist in the shape of a bow. She completed her look with a pair of eye-popping pink heels.
8. Salma Hayek in Gucci
This Grown Ups actress wore a Gucci black gown with detailing on the waist, neck, and cuffs in trademark Gucci colors. She kept the look simple with open hair and center parting.
9. Ruth Wilson in Christian Dior
Ruth broke the monotony with her elegant all-black pant-suit, further more, she added some color by pairing her outfit with stone embellished heels.
10. Kate Middleton in Jenny Packham
Kate defied the all-black evening, not because she didn’t believe in the movement, but as she was pregnant and wearing black was against royal traditions.
She wore an emerald studded diamond necklace and earrings and completed the look with her Prince.
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