February 21, 2014
The Best Dressed Stars at BAFTA 2014
The internet went crazy over Angelina Jolie's matching tuxedo look with Brad Pitt. While she opted for understated glamour in an androgynous tailored black trouser suit by Saint Laurent (of course), she still managed to look smoking.
However, all eyes were on Kenyan beauty Lupita Nyong'o, who is up for Best Supporting Actress in 12 Years a Slave. The rising star stole the limelight in a stunning Christian Dior emerald, fishtail gown with a metal belt and cuffs.
Cate Blanchett paid tribute to Philip Seymour Hoffman during her BAFTA Awards acceptance speech and was near regal in a floor length, Alexander McQueen, black silk gown with floral detail and necklace from Chopard's Animal World collection featuring diamond doves that move, together with diamonds stud earrings.
American Hustle star Amy Adams wore Victoria Beckham and this time it didn't have a plunging neckline. Nevertheless, she looked so elegant in a long, black dress with a prim collar and sheer panel.
Dame Helen Mirren who will be awarded the BAFTA Fellowship defied her years in a stunning Jacques Azagury black gown with elaborate lace and beadwork, sheer panels and a ruffled skirt.
Uma Thurman was the epitome of movie star chic as she took to the red carpet. The Nymphomaniac actress opted for a sophisticated look in a navy-blue Atelier Versace silk cady gown with a slit in the back and necklace by Chopard featuring 32ct of diamonds.
Images from various sources.