The BAFTAs are one of the most fashionable events in London, where the stars flock to see who takes home top prize at the prestigious award ceremony. But not everyone dons their red carpet best! Wonderwall.com is rounding up the best and worst looks of the night, starting with our first flagrant miss of the night. That honor goes to Lily Collins, who wore this bizarre navy blue Givenchy Haute Couture ensemble. From the strangely cropped blazer to the tiered short skirt with a sheer patterned overlay, there was nothing really to love about this look. Her hair and makeup, however, were an entirely different story! See her beauty look and the rest of the best and worst dressed stars next…
Those eyebrows! That plum lip! Lily Collins kept her hair back in a sleek bun, putting all the attention on her flawless makeup. It also helped show off those dazzling diamond earrings.
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Rachel Weisz's BAFTAs Gucci gown was fit for a princess! The vanilla tulle confection featured an off-the-shoulder neckline and dreamy, cascading tiered tulle down the floor-length skirt. Nearly as stunning as this phenomenal dress? The belt! We'll get a better look at that next…
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If any embellishments were added to Rachel Weisz's creamy couture gown, they needed to be worthy of the fabulous frock. Fortunately, that happened: The Gucci gown featured a stunning embellished belt detail that almost looked like amethyst stones from far away. Up close, it was clear it was actually comprised of sequins in silver and varying shades of purple. Next, we'll get a better view of her beauty look and jewels…
To complete her five-star BAFTAs look, Rachel Weisz donned dazzling drop diamond earrings by Cartier. When it came to hair and makeup, she kept things simple, opting for a sleek, straight style with a center part plus a classic red lip.
When it comes to fashion, Amy Adams has had a rough go this award season. She didn't help matters with this seriously underwhelming burgundy number by Prada. Its pleated sleeves, dull brooch at the neckline and too-matchy belt detail was anything but fit for a movie star.
Cate Blanchett's BAFTAs look was a bit polarizing, but we here at Wonderwall.com loved it! The black Christopher Kane gown featured a sleek silhouette and a center slit plus exquisite gemstones up the bodice stealing the show. Let's take a closer look…
Up close, you can better see the intricate detailing of the gemstones on Cate Blanchett's glam gown. We loved this interesting look and the way she opted to keep her makeup simple and go sans jewelry to keep the attention on the Christopher Kane gown's embellishments.
Help! Thandie Newton has been swallowed by her couture! The star wore this black-and-white confection by Valentino, which was fitted at the top before giving way to an excessively full skirt at the waist.
Can you ever go wrong in hot pink Versace? Regina Hall donned this gorgeous chiffon gown from the fashion house featuring a fitted bodice, a flowing, delicately pleated skirt and a thigh-high slit.
Looking sharp, Rami Malek! The actor inverted the typical menswear red carpet color palette by rocking a white suit with a black dress shirt — and we were into this dapper change of pace.
Claire Foy has been heavily nominated this award season for her work in "First Man," but you wouldn't know it from her red carpet wardrobe. The star turned up to the BAFTAs in this snooze-worthy emerald green gown by Oscar de la Renta, which was both ill-fitting and entirely forgettable.
Dressed to impress! Salma Hayek's black Gucci BAFTAs gown was gorgeous from its one long sleeve to that gold embellishment on the shoulder. Next up, a look at her surprising accessory choice…
When it came time to add accessories to Salma Hayek's black gown, she opted for what looked like the world's fanciest hair net. The blinged-out hair accessory, which was held in place with diamond accents, was bordered with a braid on one side and a sleek bun on the other — an odd addition.
Almost, but not quite! That seems to be the theme of Rachel Brosnahan's award season wardrobe. She followed up her recent lackluster looks with this green Erdem gown at the BAFTAs, which started out fine but lost us with that giant bedazzled bow at the waist.
Timothee Chalamet is making up for fashion missteps earlier this award season! We adored his Haider Ackermann look — a patterned suit jacket with a matching dress shirt underneath. Since the top was so busy, extra points for keeping the pants and boots super-simple and all-black.
Black dresses don't have to be boring! Amy Jackson proved that on the BAFTAs red carpet with this gorgeous, sparkly creation. With its delicate spaghetti straps, full skirt and the best addition of all — pockets! — this simple yet stunning look was one of our favorites of the night.
Also proving black dresses don't have to be dull? Melissa McCarthy, who opted for this sleek long-sleeved, full-length design by St. John.
If Margot Robbie was still in award contention for her performance in "I, Tonya," we might have loved this dose of figure skater couture. But that was last year, so we're befuddled as to why she went with this bedazzled and tulle-adorned Chanel Haute Couture design. Equally disappointing? Her makeup, which we'll get to next…
To contrast with Margot Robbie's over-the-top Chanel couture, it might have been smart to go more demure with the makeup. But Margot didn't get that memo, instead opting for all-over electric blue eyeshadow that didn't mesh with her peach lip and solidified this look as a miss.
Olivia Colman continued her classy award-season fashion reign at the BAFTAs. This time in a timeless confection — a white, short-sleeved bodice and a glam black skirt with a train.
We applaud Mary J. Blige for the fashion risk, but this look was all over the place. From the blazer with one half embellished in gold and one half plain and belted to the half-hearted train on the side, less would have been more when it came to this Ralph & Russo look.
Over the course of this award season, Lucy Boynton has been serving up some whimsical red carpet looks. Though some have missed the mark, this BAFTAs getup by Dior grabbed her a spot on the hit list. We loved the feminine tulle-embellished bodice, the black accents the bow and straps brought, and the beautiful abstract print down the pleated skirt. Next up, see her beauty look…
Lucy Boynton brought her over-the-top makeup to the BAFTAs, rocking dramatic bright pink eyeshadow on the red carpet. Though it was eye-catching, it was hardly her most ridiculous makeup look of award season. She kept the rest of her makeup minimal with a demure pink lip. Next up, a better look at her hairstyle…
Though we weren't into her makeup, we did love Lucy Boynton's feathered pigtails on the BAFTAs red carpet. She fastened them with chic black barrettes, which ended up being a trend at the award show.
Laura Harrier continued her chic award season streak at the BAFTAs, donning this Louis Vuitton number in a delicious shade of orange. We loved the delicate pleating at the collar and along the sleeves and the way she paired it perfectly with nude heels. She also added a stunning and unexpected accessory to the mix, which we'll see next…
When it came to adding jewels, Laura Harrier jazzed up her look with a sleek bedazzled barrette. We loved the unexpected addition and the way it incorporated a matching orange hue.
We weren't wild about Viola Davis's black and white Armani Prive gown. We couldn't tell if that detail at the neckline was a lopsided bow or what exactly was happening with the stark white addition to this otherwise sleek black gown.
Linda Cardellini looked like a chic prima ballerina at the BAFTAs in this strapless confection. The tea-length gown featured a fitted bodice, silver detailing at the waist and a full tulle skirt. We loved the way her silver heels complemented the dress detail, finishing off this look flawlessly.
Yalitza Aparicio brought her best look to the BAFTAs! The actress stunned in this vampy red number by Alberta Ferretti — complete with a sweetheart neckline and a full skirt.
If Cynthia Erivo wanted to get attention on the BAFTAs red carpet, she succeeded. If she wanted to land on the best dressed list, she did not. The actress donned this hideous strapless peach Vera Wang gown with an inordinate amount of tulle that gave way to even more tulle in lilac.
Michelle Yeoh looked like royalty on the BAFTAs red carpet. This exquisite blue-gray gown featured subtle, stunning embellishments, and we loved the draping along the sleeves that brought just the right amount of drama.
There are very few people in the world who could pull off a purple suit. And even fewer who could rock one with gold shoes. But somehow, Spike Lee pulled it off not once but twice! The iconic director donned the same edgy Versace number that he wore to the Golden Globes to this year's BAFTAs as well, and why not? He already knew he had a fashion hit the first time around with the custom look, so it would be a sure thing this time too!
Lady in red! Octavia Spencer donned this darling off-the-shoulder number for her big night at the BAFTAs. We loved the gown's delicate embellishments and tiny belt detail.
Millie Mackintosh looked like a fairy princess in this pale pink ruffled confection. We loved the delicate details along the sleeves and the way the skirt featured cascading layers of ruffled tulle.
Edith Bowman might take the cake for thinking outside the box when it came to BAFTAs fashion… but that wasn't necessarily a good thing. The star arrived in this quirky look complete with a dramatic ruffled collar and matching ruffles on the sleeves and hemline. Despite that excess, this look might not have been a total loss… until we focused on the odd bodice, which didn't match the pale pink printed sleeves and skirt with its stark black background and bizarre red floral design.
We love an unexpected color combo on the red carpet! Olga Kurylenko dazzled in a phenomenal purple-and-red confection with a sleek silhouette and fitted short sleeves.
Yikes! Tanya Burr embraced the awful all-over sheer trend in this black getup comprised of essentially a bodysuit underneath a studded and completely sheer layer of tulle. Thank you, next!
Tatiana Korsakova brought a pop of pink to the BAFTAs red carpet in the form of this pretty, structured gown. From the bubblegum pink top with its ruffled, off-the-shoulder detail to the fitted white skirt with — you guessed it! — more ruffles, we liked the interesting architecture of this unique dress.