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Amidst the Superbowl hype, a whole other celebration was held in London for the 73rd British Academy Film Awards. We spotted a slew of stunning beauty looks from the likes of Emilia Clarke, Saoirse Ronan, and Margot Robbie, but young stars like
The academy asked guests to dress sustainably.
Red carpet events typically have us seeing our favorite celebrities in custom designer gowns, but this year’s British Academy Film Awards (BAFTAs) took a turn for the sustainable route. For its 73rd annual awards, it asked attendees to “dress sustainably.” Naturally, BAFTA's president, Prince
It was either searing hues or midnight black.
It's almost as if the megawatt stars gracing the BAFTA Awards 2020 red carpet had but two sartorial choices: bold, blinding color; or, on the very opposite end of the spectrum, inky black. We're not complaining! Here, we round up our 10
The best and the blah at the 2015 BAFTAs.
We were expecting to see Brit model-actress Cara Delevingne on Sunday at the Royal Opera House in London, where the annual British Academy Film Awards took place. Sadly, she only turned up at the BAFTA Tea Party in LA. But no mind
And she did it again! The Kenyan actress is undeniably 2014's breakout fashion star.
The 2014 British Film Academy Awards (BAFTA) red carpet got us all giddy once again, from Brangelina's matchy-matchy suits to Lupita Nyong'o's gorgeous green frock by Christian Dior. The Best Supporting Actress nominee for 12 Years A Slave has been making waves in