1) Carey Mulligan‘s choice of attire gave the audience An Education in elegance. The lights of the Royal Opera House danced on the facets of the star’s Fred Leighton jewelry as she walked on stage in a pair of YSL shoes to accept her award as Best Actress in a “mullet” style masterpiece by Vionnet– a look as unique as the actress herself, garnering the luminary the top spot in our style stakes.
2) On a night when Prince William was announced Bafta’s new President, two stunning silhouettes created by Catherine Walker– a designer favored by his late mother Princess Diana– ruled the red carpet. While actress Olivia Williams opted for a daring noir number by the British designer, Joely Richardson— who attended with her mother, cinema legend Vanessa Redgrave– chose a regal gown of blue satin.
3) She may not have nominated for an award, but fashion favorite Kate Winslet was definitely a wardrobe winner at the Baftas. Lace insets provided a provocative peek-a-boo element to this somber-shaded silhouette from Stella McCartney– a look the silver screen stunner paired with Tiffany accessories.
4) Winter may still hold London in its grasp, but French beauty Audrey Tautou was the picture of springtime as she posed for photographers in this flirty pink frock. Although she wore the mantle of one of the fashion world’s iconic creators on screen in Coco Avant Chanel, the star selected a look by Lanvin for awards night.
5) Harry Potter star Bonnie Wright added a touch of Old Hollywood magic to the event in this satin Prada design, People magazine reports. Jewelry by Wright and Teague played perfectly off the gown’s pale palette.
On hand to accept her Orange Rising Star Award, Twilight‘s Kristen Stewart proved that she is a style star on the rise as well as she accepted her accolade in this Chanel mini-dress and Roger Vivier sandals.
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View other red capet creations in the following Telegraph clip: