#MetroStyleWatch: The BAFTAs Served Stunning Red Carpet Looks
As awards season reaches its peak, we can’t miss the festivities in the United Kingdom, with the British Academy Film Awards as one of the last few stops before we make it to the most-awaited Oscars. The red carpet was rolled out in London, and Britain’s stellar set of silver screen stars arrived with every ounce of glam that they could muster.
In case you skipped all the happenings due to the hype of the Grammys, here’s what England had to offer in terms of red carpet style at the 2019 BAFTAs:
The Duchess Of Cambridge
Looking as immaculate as ever, the Duchess of Cambridge arrived in a chiffon ivory gown by Alexander McQueen. We love how refreshingly simple this one-shouldered number is as compared to the bolder, glitzier pieces that we’ve seen this season. Count on Kate to always bring that effortless glam on the red carpet!
Thandie is known for her fondness for playful prints, but this time around, she flaunted her youthful taste with this ruffled ball gown from Valentino. With this kind of silhouette and fabric, it’s too easy look like some sort of confectionery. But with her choice of color, the British actress pulled this number off with an ample touch of sophistication.
The Favourite star Olivia Colman looked sensational in her structured Emilia Wickstead ensemble. With its neat silhouette and timeless appeal, this stately gown is nothing short of fitting for the award-winning actress who captured us as Queen Anne.
The 26-year-old beauty hit the red carpet in a visionary piece by fellow Brits in the house of Ralph & Russo. With its one-shouldered bodice, and textured, multi-toned skirt, there’s just enough going on in this statement pick to titillate our fashion palates.
She isn’t a Crazy Rich Asian for nothing–Michelle Yeoh has carried the opulence of her cinematic character on the red carpet all season long, and her BAFTAs stop is no exception. Dripping in couture, the actress dazzled in a blue Elie Saab creation with an off-shouldered bodice, floor-length sleeves, and lace accents.
Showing her hand at making bold fashion choices, Regina King went for a punch of color, which stunningly complemented her glowing complexion. Her figure-hugging, high-slit Versace number makes for a delightful, striking treat on the red carpet with a lip to match!
The Best Supporting Actress nominee donned a statement-making Chanel piece with an embellished bodice, wing-like sleeves, and a mermaid cut. Zooming in on her beauty look, Margot balanced out her polished up-do with playful electric blue eyes.
Lead photos from @bazaaruk and @waymanandmicah