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Florence Is A Big Stunning Red Dream At The BAFTAs

Florence Is A Big Stunning Red Dream At The BAFTAs

London Fashion Week was not the only event getting us excited about fashion this week; the 2023 BAFTAs took over the Royal Albert Hall last Sunday night, and the red carpet hosted some of the film industry’s best. With a night of celebrations came the usual night of looks, so here are our night winners

Anya Taylor Joy

BAFTAs Choice: Schiaparelli

Anya Taylor Joy took to the BAFTA red carpet in a velvet Schiaparelli ensemble from the Spring/Summer 2023 collection. The strapless mini-dress was paired with a voluptuous hooded cape flowing across the floor in a long train. The champagne hue exuded luxury and combined with the liquid velvet texture to make a look perfect for a red carpet.

Florence Pugh

BAFTAs Choice: Nina Ricci

Florence Pugh supported their friend Harris Reed by appearing at his London Fashion Week show on Friday. Pugh continued this support on the BAFTAs red carpet as she wore a sculptural Nina Ricci gown ahead of the release of Reed’s debut collection for the brand at Paris Fashion Week in March. The star of The Wonder wore a vibrant orange dress that Reed later revealed to be the first look from his upcoming collection; the designer took to Instagram to write:

As I pack my bags for Paris, ahead of my first runway show as creative director for Nina Ricci, I give you @florencepugh in my first Nina Ricci runway look at tonight’s BAFTA’S. This dress is based on an orange couture gown from the @ninaricci archival 1988 collection. This was the first sketch I did for the brand and am absolutely speechless to have such an incredible individual wearing it! thank you to the incredible @rebeccacorbinmurray.”

Harris Reed

The look featured an extravagant fish-tail train and a dramatic tulle detail around the bandeau neckline. This elaborate tulle was paired perfectly with Pugh’s slicked-back spikey bun, which perfectly replicated the smooth element of the fitted dress and the ornate silhouette.

Sheila Atim

BAFTAs Choice: Prada

Sheila Atim was all ov