Since we’ve given the spotlight to some of the attendees already, it’s time to line up all the remaining Brits and Brit-adjacents who came out to celebrate fashion Britishly and let them know whether or not they hit the mark. They’ve been waiting so long to find out, you see.
Carey Mulligan in Prada
We’d say she nailed this one. The hair’s a little underdone for such a head-turning gown, but we’re feeling magnanimous. Perhaps the gown is enough.
Jenna Coleman in Preen
Meh. We find this sort of style way too expected on her. Besides, it’s a bit too Dracula’s Daughter for us.
Kristin Scott Thomas in Valentino Couture
We’ll never fault a gal who wants to put her eatin’ dress on for the night, but this looks more like fancy bedding or a high-end Snuggie.
Lana Del Rey in Gucci
That’s hideous. Sorry, but we see no point in being coy. The bodice is just plain ugly.
He, on the other hand, is as pretty as a Ken doll.
Naomie Harris in Miu Miu
We could’ve sworn this was Taraji when we saw the thumbnail. The style is so very her and so very not what we’d expect from Naomi. She looks great, though.
Naomi Watts in Richard Quinn
Rita Ora in Prada
Well. It’s original, at least. You won’t be catching Beyonce or Rihanna in this getup any time soon.
It’s also awful.
This hurts our feelings.
Rosamund Pike in Givenchy Couture
Gotta hand it to her this time. She wears a lot of goofy stuff, but this is exactly right for her. It pushes all the right drama buttons.
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley in Givenchy Couture
Is it us or does that skirt look awfully artsy-craftsy?
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