Because it’s INTERNATIONAL LAW that every celebrity back-patting ceremony come with either an accompanying pre- or post-party, darlings. We don’t make the rules. We’re just here to UPHOLD INTERNATIONAL LAW. And judge a little.
Claire Foy in Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini
We strongly suspect this looked a whole hell of a lot better away from camera flashes. We like the general shape and style, but we wish the bodice fit her a bit better. And we think she’d be better in a rich color.
Courtney Love in The Vampire’s Wife
Gotta admit, she couldn’t be better suited to this brand. If we have to be nitpicky, we don’t like the shoes at all and the bag feels like overkill.
Emilia Clarke in Chanel
It’s cute, but the whole look reads “day.”
Gwendoline Christie in Giles Deacon
We love this nutty gal. Even when she goes for something ruffly and girly, she still opts for the loud, obnoxious, space-taking fashion. We question the shoes and bag, but we love the dress and LOVE the surprisingly soft head styling.
Laura Dern in Chanel
Great jacket. Scrap everything else and start over. You’re in your pajamas, girl.
Saoirse Ronan in Chanel
This is a bit of a surprise. She looks more stylish and interesting here than she did at the actual BAFTAs ceremony. She takes well to this sort of lightly ’80s-esque style, right down to the sheer tights and asymmetrical hair. This could be a good direction for her, if she ever decides to settle on one.
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