Last night the great and the good of the World's film industry descended upon London for its annual British Academy of Film and Television Arts Awards, better known as the BAFTA's.
We can't mention the awards without first congratulating the boys, both for their sartorial greatness and their achievements on the big screen. First up the very lovely Eddie Redmayne who has hopefully set himself up for an Oscar after bagging the Best Actor gong. Eddie looked great in a midnight velvet Tom Ford dinner jacket, along with his gorgeous wife Hannah Bagshawe, in a floor sweeping gunmetal Valentino gown. Also looking mighty fine was Douglas Booth in a pale green velvet jacket with a bow tie. And David Beckham, just because he's David Beckham and always scrubs up well!
So onto the girls - the over riding themes were simplicity, berry tones and open necklines. One of the best examples here was Julianne Moore, also in Tom Ford, who scooped Best Actress for her portrayal of Dr Alice Howland struggling with early onset Alzheimer's in Still Alice. Another success was Reese Witherspoon, in plum cleavage baring Stella McCartney. Both kept their make up minimal and their jewellery simple with not a necklace in sight and jewellery kept to rings, bracelets and pared back earrings.
Monochrome was another key look with a pregnant Keira Knightley opting for Giambattista Vialli, black stilettos and a black leather biker jacket with plain diamond hoop earrings. Laura Bailey looked stunning in a high necked cream Emilia Wickstead gown but had probably the worst fashion issue of the night when a bright yellow tampon fell out of her bag and she was left scrabbling around the pavement in front of the World's media.
The Best of the Brits must surely go to Felicity Jones in Dior Couture with Van Cleef & Arpels diamond drop earrings. Stunning.
So now we must wait a few more weeks until LA rolls out its red carpet and we get to drool over more red carpet moments
(and probably wince at a couple too!)