Bafta Awards 2016 Red Carpet
Awards season continues around the world, but last night the cinema event was celebrated at London’s Royal Opera House. Unlikely we didn’t see stunning gowns, in fact we saw more mistakes than successfully choices on the red carpet. May be the actresses are keeping their best dresses for the big party on Hollywood?
Let’s review who were the winners of the style and who wasn’t:
Kate Winslet wore a black asymmetric dress, very sexy and sophisticated. She combined perfectly with an intense red clutch full of roses. Dress by Antonio Berardi.
Photo via: Instagram @officialberardi
Julianne Moore in Giorgio Armani, in white and black. This outfit is so her, it remind us to other red carpet appearances. Soft, elegant, gorgeous.
Olga Kurylenko was dressed by Ralph and Russo. A romantic and floral design in white and silver tones.
Cate Blanchett surprise everyone, just as she knows with a gown of Alexander McQueen. The dress was made by hundreds of sparkling flowers and black feathers. This excessive design, just can fit in a selected type of women and Blanchett is one of them, because she’s awesome.
Photo via: Instagram @worldmcqueen
Dree Hemingway is one of our favorites. She was different and reached the success with her Erdem gown. A red lace dress adorned with maxi flowers. You can be elegant and sexy in a red carpet showing less skin. BRAVO!
Photo via: Instagram @leithclark
Stefanie Powers is too much and her dress was it too. Lace, feathers, length, mix of colours… We never saw a peacock walking a red carpet until last night in London.
Alicia Vikander, we love you. You’re so stylish always that really sorry to say this: but this time her dress was confusing. A Louis Vuitton gown made with black leather and decorations that remind us to christmas wreaths.
Photo via: @aliciavikanderdaily
Poppy Jamie and Bel Powley, so old fashioned with old fashion prints and too much sparkle. No, no no!
Photos via: Instagram @poppyjamie and @gucci