The BAFTA Best Dressed List 2023

And the award goes to…


On Sunday night, stars flocked to London’s Royal Festival Hall to celebrate the 76th annual BAFTAs, hosted by actor Richard E. Grant, for Britain’s biggest film night of the year. 

Fittingly coinciding with London Fashion Week, the red carpet was a marvel of fresh takes on glamorous gowns, statement details, sweeping trains and shining diamonds. We’ve got the run-down of our favorite best-dressed celebs so you don’t miss a thing … 

Florence Pugh


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Always one to deliver on the red carpet, Florence wore Harris Reed’s first Nina Rucci runway look after having walked for Reed in the latest show. The custom piece was a breathtaking sheer tangerine gown featuring statement ruffles, a ruched bodice and a tired train. 

Lily James


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Lily glistened in a custom white Tamara Ralph gown featuring a strapless fitted silhouette; a plunging neckline embellished with crystals and white pearls; and an oversized bow that cascaded into a train. 

Anya Taylor-Joy

Showing how to make an entrance, Anya graced the red carpet in a Schiaparelli couture velvet structured bandeau minidress complete with a matching floor-length cape.

Jodie Turner-Smith


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Jodie commanded attention in a lilac crystal-embroidered Gucci gown with statement cascading feathers and chainmail detailing. 

Hoyeon Jung

Hoyeon brought some serious glamor to the red carpet in a strapless gold Louis Vuitton ballgown, who she is a global ambassador for, paired with a statement diamond choker and a bold red lip. 

Cynthia Erivo 

Going for gold, Cynthia put on a dazzling display in a Louis Vuitton bronze gown with shimmering fringe detailing, a structured neckpiece and train. 

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