British Vogue and Tiffany & Co. Fashion and Film BAFTA After-Party Red Carpet Rundown

Posted on February 20, 2024


After the BAFTAs, some of the attendees changed their outfits and headed on over to the British Vogue and Tiffany After-Party, where we presume the swag bag contained copies of British Vogue and diamonds. Anyway, let’s see how they all tried to impress one another, shall we?

Anya Taylor-Joy in Fendi Couture

Mmm, no. We hate that the pumps match the skirt and we super-hate that the top looks like some sort of medical wrap.


Ayo Edebiri in Bottega Veneta

This is a really cute look with all of the right markers of luxury, but we think the jeans bring it down a little.


Cara Delevingne in Stella McCartney

That neckline and hem length look weird together. She either needs more dress or less boob exposure.


Claire Foy in Giambattista Valli

We have a long dislike of white lace gowns on red carpets because they always look a little bridal. In a refreshing twist, we hate this one because it’s ugly.


Colman Domingo

Well alright, Colman Domingo.


Dua Lipa in Valentino

What a bizarre skirt. The combination of sheer and feathers makes it look like she’s got the leg hair of a Clydesdale.


Emerald Fennell in Giorgio Armani

Hate the ill-fitting bustier, dislike the matchy shoes.


Emily Blunt in Moschino

This lady has lost the plot.


Jonathan Bailey



Nicola Coughlan in Stella McCartney

We don’t mind the rest of it, but that sheer top is awful.


Regé-Jean Page

It feels almost too casual but we can’t argue with the overall effect.


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