As is the way with these virtual awards shows, it’s difficult sometimes to acquire pictures of everyone who attended. We’ve given the spotlight to quite a few of this year’s attendees already, but of those folks still left in our unjudged folder, we felt like these few worth paying a little more attention to as we wind down our coverage and put this year’s BAFTA Awards to bed.
Cynthia Erivo in Louis Vuitton
It seems kind of dismissive to say this about such a sparkly dress, but it’s … fine. We have no doubt it’s utterly dazzling in person, but she’s worn so many dazzling looks these past few months that it feels like we’ve seen some version of this more than a few times.
Emerald Fennell in Roland Mouret
Pure fabulosity and eleganza.
Pedro Pascal in Prada
We tend to find weird suit jacket lengths a little gimmicky and/or not far off from just wearing a coat with pants, but he has a knack for making everything he wears look charming and fresh.
Renée Zellweger Armani Privé
This is her style and she’s always consistent about it. A sleek dress with perhaps one eye-catching detail and a pair of bridesmaid pumps. We’ve learned there’s no good reason to expect otherwise from her. We like the dress, but don’t love it. The bustline is interesting and architectural, but we really don’t like the center seam.
Rose Byrne in Miu Miu
What a sharp, sexy, fun take on the ladytux. Pleated pants aren’t for everyone – especially in combination with a cropped top – but she’s really making them work. Love the texture. The shoes are a little too matchy for us.
Tahar Rahim in Louis Vuitton
We’ve never been fans of a man in a suit, shirt and tie all the same color, but we have to admit, the color looks amazing on him.
Wunmi Mosaku in Alberta Ferretti
Looks amazing on her too. It’s a pretty standard design for a gown, but the hair is gorgeous and the necklace is exquisite.
[Photo Credit: Colomba Giacomini/Instagram, Giorgio Armani/Instagram, Jason Bolden/Instagram, Jonny Marlow for Miu Miu, Shameelah/Instagram, Courtesy of Prada]