BAFTAs 2022 Red Carpet Rundown

Posted on March 15, 2022

Darlings, have we mentioned? Red carpets are BACK! We really do think we may have noted one or two times of late! Our latest evidence in support of this observation: the absolutely jam-packed BAFTAs red carpet, coverage of which is now concluding after two full days of opinion-forming. Join us for this final roundup, won’t you?



Alana Haim in Louis Vuitton

She has a knack for making everything she wears look vintage. We’re afraid we don’t much like any of this. The neckline is too wide and the color is awful.




Benedict Cumberbatch (in Giorgio Armani) and Sophie Hunter (in Christian Dior)

We bet they smell like success.




Ciarán Hinds in Giorgio Armani

Can’t argue with that.




Daisy Edgar-Jones in Gucci

Pretty, but shapeless. We bet that fringe was a mess by the end of the night.




Daisy Ridley in Vivienne Westwood

Bottle cleaner.




Emilia Jones in Atelier Versace

That’s a stunner.




Emma Watson in Oscar de la Renta

We’re confused. Help us out here: Is the skirt the worst part of this outfit or is it the shoes? Maybe it’s both in combination? Or maybe neither of them should exist?




Haley Bennett in Valentino Couture

She has a real fondness for dramatically gimmicky gowns. We wish we could say we like this, but it all looks too craftsy to our eyes, not least because it’s so wrinkled.




Jonathan Bailey

This is why we dislike all-black suit looks. We can’t see any of the details here. The brooch is nice, though.





Kenneth Branagh

No issues here.





Lashana Lynch in Prada

Take away the sash and the whole look goes generic. Take it away anyway. It’s awful.





Léa Seydoux in Louis Vuitton

That sheer stomach panel ruins what could have been an otherwise eye-catching look. We don’t love the fake sleeves, but they do raise the visual interest level.





Lucy Boynton in Chanel Couture

Too many things to look at! None of them work well together! What is going on here?





Naomi Campbell in Burberry

Serving us High Fashion Morticia. We love it.




Rebecca Hall in Dior Couture

She’s switching back to dressing like an actress after spending most of the year promoting her work as a director, it seems. Sorry to sound like a broken record, but this would be so much prettier lined.




Rebel Wilson in Giambattista Valli Couture

Too much dress.




Riz Ahmed in Gucci

We’d say it takes a special man to pull this off, but he is a special man and we don’t think even he can manage it.



Salma Hayek in Gucci

The Duchess of Gucci has finally figured out how to wear Gucci.




Sebastian Stan in Givenchy

A gorgeous, simple look. Love the shoes.




Sienna Miller in Gucci

That is one stale-ass Gucci.




Tom Hiddleston and Zawe Ashton (in Emilia Wickstead)

We LOVE her look. It’s dramatic, glamorous and comfy as hell. He’s doing alright.



Troy Kotsur

One of the best things about this awards season has been scrolling down to see what kind of shoe Troy Kotsur chose this time. He has yet to disappoint.




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