were a spectacle of cinema & fashion, but the celebration didn’t stop there as the after parties were all about glam, sparkle, & drama. Stars of the night hit the party scene with a strategic & fashionable wardrobe change in jaw-dropping & sleek looks. Some of my favorites include BAFTAs The Menu star in a cream head-to-toe Anya Taylor-Joy Jean Paul Gaultier Couture look, English actress sparkling in a silver Lily James Jimmy Choo design, & The Wonder phenom in a pink & silver Florence Pugh Valentino mini. Scroll through the gallery below to check out all of the dazzling fashion from the night!
Anya Taylor-Joy in a textured cream Jean Paul Gaultier Couture look, Florence Pugh in a jeweled silver & pink mini dress by Valentino, Lily James in a high-neck silver Jimmy Choo gown, & Simone Ashley in a silver & black Alexandre Vauthier Couture outfit at a BAFTAs after party.
Jodie Turner-Smith in a purple lingerie-inspired mini dress with a black & white fur coat by Gucci, Naomi Campbell in a blue & black Alexander McQueen halter gown, Danielle Deadwyler in a magenta suit at a BAFTAs after party.
Nicola Coughlan in a multicolor Roksanda coat dress, Ashley Graham in a black vintage John Galliano dress, & Daisy Lowe in a gold mini dress & black & white coat at a BAFTAs after party.
Jourdan Dunn in a silver beaded & jeweled gown & a black lingerie-inspired sheer dress at BAFTAs after parties
Amelia Gray Hamlin in a leather corseted dress, Hoyeon Jung in a gold metallic top & black wide leg pants by Louis Vuitton, Ana de Armas in a black zip-up Louis Vuitton dress & knee boots, & Lisa Rinna in a black lace slip dress with an open blazer & knee boots at a BAFTAs after party
Georgia May Jagger in a black halter mini dress, Naomi Scott in a black leather column dress, Dua Lipa in black separates by David Koma, Charithra Chandran in a black criss-cross dress, & Poppy Delevingne in a black cut-out halter gown at a BAFTAs after party
Alexandra Daddario in a black strapless Dior gown, Naomi Ackie in a black cut-out dress, Winnie Harlow in a black spaghetti strap dress, & Sara Sampaio in a black sequin dress at a BAFTAs after party
Maya Jama in a white top & sheer skirt set, Letitia Wright in a white Prada suit, & Lily Allen in a white & silver ruffled Giambattista Valli Haute Couture gown at a BAFTAs after party
Serena Williams in a red velvet Gucci mini dress with trainers, Emma Raducanu in a Dior lace & skirt ensemble, & Billie Piper in a magenta shirt dress at a BAFTAs after party
Gemma Chan in a one-shoulder Louis Vuitton dress & knee boots, Minnie Driver in an off-the-shoulder metallic Emilia Wickstead design, & Dame Joan Collins in a printed outfit & gold coat at a BAFTAs after party
Who was your favorite to see at the after parties? Whose look surprised you the most? What film have you been most excited for this awards season? For more celebrity posts, check out:
the red carpet style from the 2023 BRIT Awards with Harry Styles & Lizzo, all the shimmer & shine on Taylor Swift & Jennifer Lopez at the Grammys, & the breathtaking beauty & jewels on Angela Bassett & Sadie Sink at the Critics Choice Awards! Happy Styling!
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