BAFTA 2016 : Best Dressed!

For all those who are too occupied with New York Fashion Week, we thought we should give you the low down on the best of fashion from the BAFTA 2016 red carpet! The BAFTA Awards that took place on the 14th of February 2016 at the Royal Opera House in London, definitely has some well dressed celebrities walking down the red carpet and this time we aren’t leaving the men out!

  • Kate Winslet

This titanic beauty definitely has us sinking in awe! Keeping it classic in an Antonio Berardi one shoulder black gown, Kate has proved that she can do no wrong when it comes to Red Carpet fashion.

Kate Winslet
Kate Winslet
  • Leonardo DiCaprio

Only when you think Leonardo DiCaprio couldn’t make your jaws drop any further, he turns up looking dapper in an Armani tux!

Leonardo DiCaprio
Leonardo DiCaprio
  • Rooney Mara

The best supporting actress nominee, Rooney Mara, looked fabulous in Givenchy on the red carpet. With her hair pulled back and a subdued gown, we thought she looked quite great!

Rooney Mara
Rooney Mara
  • Alicia Vikander

For us, Alicia stole the show in a black leather embellished Louis Vuitton gown! Weighing about 35lb, this look had to be number one on our list.

Alicia Vikander
Alicia Vikander
  • Olga Kurylenko

The former Bond girl has definitely got her fashion game on point! We can not stop staring at this incredible sheer white lace gown by Ralph and Russo.

Olga Kurylenko
Olga Kurylenko
  • Jack O’Connell

For the biggest night in the British film calendar, Jack O’Connell was seen in Gucci on the red carpet. We thought he looked dashing! What do you think?

Jack o'connell1
Jack O’Connell

Written by Pallavi Maini

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