It’s a tea party! What could be more British? It’s loaded with stars campaigning for awards! What could be more Hollywood? Let’s check in on all the hungry/thirsty famous folk who hit the BAFTA Tea Party red carpet this weekend.
America Ferrera in Erdem
Cute, but it feels a little too “Michelle Obama circa 2010.”
Ariana Greenblatt in Versace
It’s got this cute bratty undertone that really suits her. Yes, it’s all a bit precious if not tacky, but she’s allowed to indulge in a little more Barbie play. Having said that, the boxer shorts are … something else.
Ayo Edebiri in Versace
It’s cute enough. Like all of her style choices, it needs way more jewelry.
Bel Powley in Miu Miu
The dress looks heavy and shapeless. Both the label and the frayed hem are terrible. The socks and shoes don’t go with it at all.
Bella Ramsey in Thom Browne
Carey Mulligan in The Row
A bit too Hillary for our tastes. Those boots are awful.
He’s showing less and less effort with each appearance, which is kind of a shame, because he’s built for high fashion menswear styles.
The style is just right for him but the colors are awful.
Elizabeth Debicki in Ralph Lauren
Meh. The boots really don’t go.
Emily Blunt in Oscar de la Renta
It’s a LOT. We might like it more in a different color story, since this green does nothing for her, but we aren’t feeling this overly busy lattice design at all.
Fantasia Barrino in Dolce & Gabbana
There’s no world where that blouse and that skirt go together.
Gael García Bernal
Cute, but the footwear’s a letdown.
Greta Lee in Loewe
It’s dramatically weird and she’s pretty much pulling it off, which is impressive.
No issues here. He looks great in this color.
Jelani Alladin in Missoni
The print doesn’t seem to photograph well, but we like how luxe and loungey this feels.
Those shoes don’t go with that suit at all, Jonathan. We honestly don’t think you can go sockless in a double-breasted suit although we’re not sure we could explain why.
Julianne Moore in Bottega Veneta
It’s okay. Perhaps a little too sedate. The skirt looks like one of those rugs they put out in building lobbies when it’s raining.
We respect and appreciate the attempt to do something interesting, but that plaid is not your friend, Mark.
It’s not bad. The colors are nice and the shoes are spiffy-new. He just needs to button the jacket.
Phoebe Dynevor in Victoria Beckham
It’s fine. She’s better with more color. She’s sliding right out of those sandals.
Quinta Brunson in Monique Lhuillier
Really sweet, but why would you pair pointy black pumps with a dress like this?
Rosamund Pike in Simone Rocha
Why are we seeing so many Easter dresses the second week in January? Can’t say we’re loving how much this one looks like curtains. The color’s not great for her. Love the shoes.
A forgettable effort.
See? That’s how you let everyone know you’re here and ensure they don’t forget it. She looks great.
We’re really in a beige moment, aren’t we? It’s fine.
Trace Lysette in Versace
It’s a bit too much of a throwback for us – and not a great one. More of a Knot’s Landing dress than a Dynasty one, if that makes sense. The patterned tights are too much with it.
[Photo Credit: Faye’s Vision/Cover Images]
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