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Once You Go Black: The BAFTA Red Carpet Continues With The #TimesUp Movement

Hello Monday! We're back for another edition of best red carpet looks, and this time it's for the BAFTAs! We saw lots of dramatic designer gowns, figure-flattering numbers, and showstoppers so to speak, but still one theme was apparent—stars continuing with the black trend to continue the fight for equality. The #TimesUp movement was still very apparent in the stars' choice of dress, and if it's any indication, we know that it is not going to stop anytime soon, as long as real change has not taken place. 

We admire the stars' desire to lend their fame for this worthy cause, and with solidarity as the priority, we don't think calling anyone best or worst dressed is the concern on people's heads. Commendable, and truly inspiring, we present to you the beautiful black looks that graced the BAFTA red carpet last night:

 

Lupita Nyong'o in Elie Saab

 

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Margot Robbie in Givenchy

 

Angelina Jolie in Ralph & Russo

 

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Jennifer Lawrence in Dior

 

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Lily James in Burberry

 

Salma Hayek in Gucci

 

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Gugu Mbatha-Raw in Vintage Cardinali

 

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Saoirse Ronan in Chanel

 

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Emma Roberts in Schiaparelli

 

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Catriona Balfe in The Row

 

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Andrea Riseborough in Elie Saab

 

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Naomie Harris in Zuhair Murad

 

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Octavia Spencer in Sachin And Babi

 

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