BAFTA Tea Party 2018 Red Carpet Rundown

Posted on January 10, 2018

We’re STILL clearing out our backlog of red carpetry now that the Golden Globes coverage has wound down. Before everyone got into their black ensembles for the big event, they showed a little color and fun at the annual BAFTA Tea Party.

 

Allison Janney in Roksanda

It’s ironic she wore more black here than at the Globes, but this is a sharp and chic little party look.

 

 

Angelina Jolie

Okay, maybe the stars didn’t show THAT much fun and color. Then again, those are two words we’ve never associated with Angie. We are fully supportive of her if she wants to get away from glam looks and take a more serious tone for her public appearances, but this is borderline nun. You can do better, dear.

 

 

Armie Hammer (with his wife Elizabeth Chambers)

Loving the plaid pants and the double-breasted jacket. The latter, which is tough for most men, really suits him. He should wear it more. Her dress is cute.

 

 

Daniel Kaluuya

Love the suit and the shirt, but the fit could be better. Also, black shoes seem a little formal and heavy with a floral shirt and pink suit.

 

 

Diane Kruger in Chanel

Considering we’re looking at Diane Kruger in Chanel, it could’ve been a lot more cray than this. We hate the shoes and wish the dress fit a bit better, but it’s not a bad look.

 

 

Emilia Clarke in Michael Kors Collection

Very cute – and totally perfect for June.

 

 

Emily V. Gordon and Kumail Nanjiani

Adorbs, as always. We feel like we’re always nitpicking Emily, so we’re happy to report that we love the look, top to bottom. We’re always ragging on your shoes, girl, but you nailed it this time!

 

 

Emma Watson in Osman

Professional and low-key chic. We’re not suggesting Angelina Jolie adopt this exact style, but this is an example of how you can look chic while still being comfortable, covered, and un-embellished.

 

 

Isabelle Huppert in Gucci

Would love this so much more if she hadn’t indulged her need to have everything too big on her. Also, the shades are nice, but they clash.

 

 

James Franco

Did he get into a fistfight on the way in?

 

Jessica Chastain in Ralph Lauren

The ensemble is chic. Pairing it with sandals is weird-looking.

 

 

Laurie Metcalf in Temperley London

Best yet, Miss Laurie. We appreciate your tendency to pick muted colors, which served you well here. The shoes are perfect. You just need to start wearing pendants.

 

 

Mary J. Blige in Elizabeth Kennedy

Fun, easy to wear, and still a little divatastic.

 

 

Michelle Williams in Louis Vuitton

She really must have had a talk with her LV peeps going into awards season, because suddenly, they’re doing okay by her.

 

 

Rachel Brosnahan in Christopher Kane

Oof. It starts off really well, but we canNOT with that skirt. And the shoes, while fierce, don’t really go with the dress.

 

 

Sebastian Stan

Hey, boo.

 

 

Timothée Chalamet in Berlutti

We love his tendency to wear high-waters with boots. Very few could pull it off, let alone make it look chic, but he found his look. Also: you need to hand over that jacket, son.

 

 

 

 

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