The Most Interesting Looks From The BAFTAs 2018 Red Carpet

As the unofficial dress-code called for black in continued support of the Time's Up movement, celebrities used texture and shape to make sure they stood out

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Although she often wears black on the red carpet, Angelina Jolie outdid herself this time with this custom Ralph & Russo velvet off-the-shoulder gown. The actor paired it with statement diamond earrings from Graff, slicked-back hair and feline eyeliner.

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Actor Chiwetel Ejiofor and his partner, Australian model Frances Aaternir, mirrored each other's looks at the awards, both choosing black suits and a 'Time's Up' badge on the right lapel.

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Actor Gemma Arterton wore a beautifully pleated gown by Alberta Ferretti, paired wih Ara Vartanian Jewellery.

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After not attending the Golden Globes this year, Jennifer Lawrence made sure she brought her game-face to the BAFTAs. She chose an elegant and minimalist gown from Christian Dior Spring 2018 couture.

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Lady Bird writer and director Greta Gerwig brought some metallic colour to her black ensemble with Jonathan Cohen Fall 2018 RTW dress, adorned with light-reflecting flowers.

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Not quite going for black, but sticking with a dark colour palette, Kate Middleton chose a dark green Jenny Packham empire-line gown for the awards. She accessorised with stunning diamond and emerald jewellery, and her husband Prince William.

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Letitia Wright, one of the breakout stars of Black Panther, chose an embellished dress from Gucci, pared-back with a simple silhouette.

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Garnering yet another nomination for Best Actress this season for her role in Lady Bird, Saoirse Ronan amped up the interest with her textural Chanel Pre-Fall 2018 dress.

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Actor Naomie Harris chose an intricately-beaded dress by Zuhair Murad Spring 2018 Couture, and layered it over black trousers.

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Gucci also dressed Salma Hayek for the BAFTAs, in a simple black dress with a beaded flower motif.

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The Shape of Water star Sally Hawkins wore a sequinned Ralph & Russo dress with sheer panels. The film has been cleaning up this awards season, with 11 nominations at the BAFTAs alone.

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Before winning the Best Supporting Actress award for her role in I, Tonya, Allison Janney walked the red carpet in a unique, sculptural gown by Bibhu Mohapatra Fall 2018.

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Irish actor Caitriona Balfe chose a whimsical and voluminous off-the-shoulder dress from The Row Resort 2018.

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Nominated for Best Supporting Actress for her role in The Shape of Water, Octavia Spencer wore an embellished gown by Sachin & Babi.

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