See our pick of the most glamorous looks from this year's red carpet
Luther actress, Laura Haddock was a picture of elegance at tonight’s awards. Slicked into a side parting her glossy brunette locks, porcelain skin and classic red lip cried out English Rose. Don’t even get us started on that black feathered gown. Just gorgeous!
Julie Walters sparkled in blue on tonight’s BAFTA red carpet. Youthfully coiffed, the w&h cover star’s signature platinum crop framed her modern smoky make up beautifully.
Kate Winslet led the A-lister presence on tonight’s red carpet with a youthful centre-parted and tousled do. A strong brow, fluttery lashes – loaded with mascara and a swipe of red lipstick finished the look.
It’s not an awards ceremony without token Hollywood waves. Isla Fisher brought some transatlantic glamour to proceedings by styling her famous red hot locks into big bouncy curls. A dusting of bronze shadow with a maroon lip complemented the actresses colouring perfectly.
British television presenter Sarah-Jane Crawford had more than a touch of 20s elegance about her look. Perfectly coiffed curls teamed with lashings of berry lipstick ensured she stood out from the crowd on the red carpet.
‘Me Before You’ star Emillia Clarke balanced this fiery cut-out dress with a laid-back choppy bob. Immaculate brows and a neutral lip let her enviably flawless skintone do all the talking.
Angela Basset blunt glossy bob and expertly contoured base made a big impact on tonight’s BAFTA red carpet. Just look at that bone structure! Copy Angela’s style by sweeping highlighter along your cheekbones to accentuate your features.
Slicked back and sculpted high, Julianne Moore’s age-defying red tresses proved
that the top-knot bun needn’t be left to the twenty-somethings. A soft smoky eye, pretty pink lip and bejeweled green earrings finished the look.