You Don’t Need A Red Carpet to Wear These 11 Bafta Party Looks


As always, the Brits pulled it out the bag for the BAFTA red carpet this year, with stand-out looks that include Cate Blanchett’s custom Christopher Kane creation, Letitia Wright’s Stella McCartney white tuxedo, and of course Kate Middleton’s flowing white Alexander McQueen gown. But, in true London style, it was the BAFTA after-party looks that stole the limelight last night.

Whether it was the Vogue x Tiffany event or Netflix’s formal affair, A-listers gathered at a number of shindigs across the capital, clad in their finest dance floor-ready looks. Alexa Chung (who else?) led the best-dressed line-up in an on-trend ankle-length green gown, which she paired with Sophie Bille Brahe earrings and a bow hair accessory. Other highlights include Liv Little’s Ganni yellow silken show-stopper and Anya Taylor-Joy’s Vampire’s Wife mini. Scroll down to see the 11 looks we can’t get enough of. 

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Style Notes: Alexa packs plenty of new season action into this look via her green frock, bow hair accessory and pearl earrings. 
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Style Notes: Liv Little gives us goosebumps in this silken Ganni gown, which she styles with a Ganni drawstring bag. Yes please.
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Style Notes: Molly Goddard champions her name sake brand in a black, smock-style zip-up dress and perfectly undone hair. 
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Style Notes: ThisEmilia Wickstead number stands out from the crowd thanks to its clean-lined simplicity and traffic light red hue. 
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Style Notes: Cressida Bonas proves that a trouser suit can have just as much impact as a dress. This Zimmerman two-piece looks fab with Cressida’s half-up hair ‘do.
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Style Notes: We love the minimalist silhouette and contrasting straps of Zawe Ashton’s fuschia pink gown.
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Style Notes: A Vampire’s Wife mini is never a bad idea when it comes to party dressing. Anya Taylor-Joy expertly pairs hers with black tights and statement earrings. 
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Style Notes: Jenna Coleman, can we please swap wardrobes? The collar and peplum detailing on this midi dress is perfection. 
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Style Notes: Mossyopts for classic monochrome hues with a black mini, coat and black tights. As always, she makes it look so easy. 
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Style Notes: Gala Gordon is the epitome of an English rose in this Alexa Chung blush pink dress. Also, kudos for the quirky box bag accessory. 



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