As always, a Brits pulled it out a bag for a BAFTA red runner this year, with standout looks that embody Cate Blanchett’s tradition Christopher Kane creation, Letitia Wright’s white Stella McCartney tuxedo and, of course, Kate Middleton’s issuing white Alexander McQueen gown. But in loyal London style, it was a BAFTA after-party looks that stole a limelight final night.
Whether it was a Vogue x Tiffany eventuality or Netflix’s grave affair, A-listers collected during a series of shindigs opposite a capital, clad in their excellent dance floor–ready looks. Alexa Chung (who else?) led a best-dressed lineup in an on-trend ankle-length immature gown, that she interconnected with Sophie Bille Brahe earrings and a hair bow. Other highlights embody Liv Little’s Ganni yellow smooth showstopper and Anya Taylor-Joy’s Vampire’s Wife mini. Scroll down to see a 11 looks we can’t get adequate of.