The BAFTA Tea Party 2017 Red Carpet Rundown

Posted on January 11, 2017

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Darlings, travel back with us, through the hazy mists of time, to a world where the 2017 Golden Globes had not yet taken place. A time when the entire entertainment industry was on tenterhooks, wondering which way history would go. A time known as last weekend. A place known as the BAFTA Tea party.

Put your judging dress on.

 

 

Amy Adams in Dolce&Gabbana
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There appears to be a visible bra sitch going on, which isn’t something we’re going to love, but the look has more personality – and suits her better – than a lot of what she’s wearing lately. Not sure about the pink pumps, though.

 

 

Andrew Garfield
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Sure.

 

 

Angela Sarafyan in Giorgio Armani
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LOVE. Some find the draped jacket look a bit of an affectation – and it is, in the real world. But it’s fabulous when done correctly on the red carpet. Love the dress. She looks like she should be in one of those Italian “piazza” movies of the ’60s, where some uptight Anglo-American learns about la dolce vita.

Again with the questionable pumps, though.

 

Bryce Dallas Howard in Victoria Beckham
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We want to be nice because this is a lot better than her usual, but the shape is a little goofy.

 

 

Caitriona Balfe in Salvatore Ferragamo
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Gets the job done.

 

 

Christian Slater
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Enough with the wide stance, mister.

The suit’s nice, but he’s really to be commended on his frame choice.

 

 

Christina Ricci in Carolina Herrera
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Super-cute dress – BUT AGAIN WITH THE QUESTIONABLE POINTY-TOED PUMPS. Was this a dress requirement or something?

 

 

Lily Collins in Christian Dior
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Melting Magic Eye print.

 

 

Michelle Williams in Louis Vuitton
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YUCK. We might’ve been convinced until we got to those horrifying boudoir slippers.

JESUS.

 

 

Millie Bobby Brown in Kate Spade New York
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Adorably chic.

We are continuing our campaign to promote her for a Princess Leia movie. Hollywood and LucasFilm, make it so.

 

Niecy Nash
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That is a LOT of look. Honestly, the only objection we have is with the clearly painful footwear.

 

 

Thandie Newton in Monse
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Almost. Maybe it’s our love for her, but she’s coming close to making what looks to us like an impossible dress actually work for her. We’re just not feeling the head styling or the shoes. Ironically, a pointy-toed pump might’ve done a lot to complete the look.

 

 

[Photo Credit: Getty Images]

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