British Independent Film Awards Red Carpet Rundown

Posted on December 07, 2021


You can go vote on the extremely something-something look Caitriona Balfe wore to the British Independent Film Awards, but now it’s time to round up the rest of the more interesting (or known to American audiences) attendees to give them our loving judgment.



Emma Corrin in Marco Ribeiro

Emma, we love your extremely quirky, neo-punk style predilections, but sweetie, that is a gigantic lavender asshole you’re wearing.




Gugu Mbatha-Raw in Galvan London

It’s a gorgeous dress and we wish it had been rendered in any color but the one that matches her skin tone.



James Norton in Giorgio Armani

We have to assume that there was some sort of mixup and some much larger male star was supposed to show up in this but instead is stuck in his London hotel room, screaming at an assistant because they sent a tux too small for him to wear. Our only question is why James chose to wear it anyway, seeing as how terrible it looks on him.




Kate Beckinsale in Jenny Packham

Yes, diva. Suck those cheeks, cock that hip, and SERVE SERVE SERVE like your life depends on it. Kate Beckinsale gets what a red carpet is for. Also: we kind of love the formal Joan of Arc thing going on here.




Riz Ahmed in Alexander McQueen

The suit is of a very fine quality and the shoes are perfect. The only visual interest is the askew jacket hem, which we don’t much like. Still, he’s very pretty and making it all look exquisite to us.




Ruth Wilson in Galvan London

This is holiday party fabulousness and it desperately needs a pendant. We also don’t think the hairstyle really goes with the vibe.



Simona Brown in Norma Kamali

Pure flawlessness. Despite our constant complaining about lack of color on the red carpet, the issue so much isn’t the huelessness, but the fact that so few stars know how to make a plain black ensemble look amazing. Take notes, stars.




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