Revealed: Best BAFTA red carpet looks of all time
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You can always rely on the BAFTAs for some solid fashion choices, and we're hoping this year will be no different.
This year's big bash, held at Southbank Centre's Royal Festival Hall on Sunday 19 February, will be hosted by actor Richard E. Grant, who is joined by none other than all-out icon Alison Hammond.
Hammond will be hosting the immersive, access-all-areas BAFTA studio, which will no doubt give her a good chance to pick apart the celebs' glamorous garbs.
She said: "We're going to have a lot of fun bringing the glitz and glam of backstage to everyone watching at home around the world.
"From hanging out with the stars to celebrating the biggest night for cinema, and joining the discussions with film fans, get ready for good vibes only."
We can't wait! In the meantime, let's take a look at some of our favourite BAFTAs looks from across the years...
Bridgerton and Sex Education star Simone Ashley brightened up the red carpet last year when she turned up in incredible hot pink trousers and a sheer cape, taken from the Valentino AW22 Pink PP collection. To keep it classy, she paired the outfit with Tiffany & Co. jewellery. We LOVE.
We can always rely on Emma Thompson for a bold look to match her personality, and 2014’s floor-length red gown and white coat has to be one of our favourites. Elegant but daring - a combination we can all aspire to.
When Daniel Kaluuya came to the 75th BAFTAs last year, he wore a full-length Prada coat with a teal mohair trim and armbands. The unique twist on a classic overcoat saw him easily became one of the best dressed stars of the day.
Renee Zellweger tends to favour a classic silhouette - as she did in 2020 with this baby pink satin number. Pretty in pink in Prada, what more could you want?
Kate Middleton's red carpet style is usually pretty classic and feminine, having floated past press at the Royal Albert Hall in 2019 in a one-shouldered white dress by Alexander McQueen.
Maya Jama always sports a strong look, and her 2019 dress KILLED IT, hugging her curves in all the right places. The vampy black lace was also paired nicely with a smokey eye and opulent chandelier earrings.
Let’s face it: Nicole Kidman could throw on a black bin liner and still look nothing short of incredible. But while she could easily get away with making very little effort, in 2003 she went for a stunning ivory satin dress with an asymmetric hem. A luxurious look, if ever there was one.
Let’s cast our minds all the way back to 1999, when Gwyneth Paltrow donned a two-piece for the 51st BAFTAs, held at the British Design Centre in London. The bejewelled black crop top and matching floor-length skirt would fit right in to the 90s revival of today.
Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson
Tom and wife Rita are one of the industry’s favourite power couples, and they often dress the part. In 2014, they attended the BAFTAs at the Royal Opera House in London oozing classic Hollywood glamour - Tom in a sharp tux, with Rita glittering beside him in a golden embellished gown.
We can't wait to see what the stars have got in store for us at this year's BAFTA Awards, with coverage of the ceremony kicking off on BBC One at 7pm on Sunday 19 February.
We'll be there to admire the best outfits, so watch this space!
Topics: Fashion, TV And Film, Celebrity
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