BAFTAs 2014: Our top 5 best dressed on the red carpet
While the rest of us were glued to the screens watching the Olympics and enjoying our long weekend, our friends across the pond were in a star-studded tizzy. The BAFTAs were held on Sunday night at the Royal Opera House in London and the place was lit up with major star-wattage.
Lupita Nyong’o, despite losing out Best Supporting Actress to an absent-Jennifer Lawrence, won the red carpet last night in a stunning Christian Dior Couture gown. The lively green colour was perfectly set off against her skin and gold accessories, and was topped with a flash of magenta lipstick. Despite last week’s more-than-unfortunate outfit, Uma Thurman proved she’s still got it in a breathtaking navy-blue Atelier Versace strapless column dress and diamond choker. With such a striking silhouette, there was no need to clutter it with accessories and frills—Uma is back in our good books with this one. Angelina Jolie hasn’t been on many red carpets of late, but when she turns up, you know it’s going to be good. Wearing a Saint Laurent tux and perfectly matched with hubby and nominee Brad Pit, Jolie looked every bit the bombshell she is with a seductively undone bowtie and wavy locks pushed to one side.
Also topping the list is Amy Adams in a sheer panelled column dress by Victoria Beckham, perfectly fitted and streamlined in typical VB fashion. Cate Blanchett continued to dazzle in a black and silver gown from Alexander McQueen and statement Chopard diamond necklace that seems so very Cate. All of this red carpet fuss has gotten us riled up for the Academy Awards, just under two weeks away. The countdown is officially on!