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Award winning looks from the 2015 BAFTAs

  • Laura Haddock in Ashi Studio
  • Benedict Cumberbatch & Sophie Hunter
  • Eddie Redmayne & Hannah Bagshawe
  • Edith Bowman
  • Kiera Knightley in Giambattista Valli
  • Laura Bailey in Emilia Wickstead
  • Julianne Moore in Tom Ford
  • Monica Bellucci in Alaida
    • Léa Seydoux in Prada
    • Felicity Jones in Dior
    • Amy Adams in Lanvin
    • Dianna Agron in Lanvin
    • Holliday Grainger in Antonio Berardi
    • Gugu Mbatha Raw in Prada
    • Natalie Dormer in Sophia Kah
    • Reese Witherspoon in Stella McCartney
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This weekend was extremely eventful. Not only were Grammy awards being handed out stateside, but here on home turf we saw the 68th  British Academy Film Awards take place. These prestigious film awards gathered together a number of celebrities to honour the best of British and they brought with them their very best and elegant designs.

In this gallery we want to show you some of our favourite red carpet styles that may inspire your future wedding outfits. We saw lots of different designs but all with one thing in common, elegance. Many world famous actresses chose to show us their best assets in plunging necklines, a fab trend for this year. A wide variety of colours were on display too, from a provocative red dress with a phenomenal neckline worn by leading lady Julianne Moore, a colour also chosen by Dianna Agron, to pure white dresses worn by Amy Adams and Laura Bailey, and spring yellow modelled by Léa Seydoux. Trusty black is classic and always en-trend as shown by a blooming Keira Knightley and Monica Bellucci.
You have to see this inspirational gallery which we have loved putting together for you. Which was your favourite look?

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