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The 2012 BAFTAS: The best dressed

The biggest shock of the Orange BAFTA 2012 red carpet came courtesy of a sublime Michelle Williams, who shunned the big name designers in favour of a custom-made monochrome gown from high street favourite H&M. Who would have thunk it? 

Fearne Cotton braved the cold all night in a stunning salmon Moschino dress, while Viola Davis also decided to sport – and rock- the colour in a one-shouldered Valentino dress.

Metallics and golds were very popular last night, with the likes of Emilia Fox, Gillian Anderson, Jessica Chastain, Christina Ricci and Holliday Grainger among those rocking the trend.

Vivienne Westwood did well on the red carpet, with the legendary Meryl Streep and curvaceous Christina Hendricks both looking phenomenal in her plunging designs.

We know that Victoria Beckham was bombarded with requests for The Oscars, but she also got one of her gowns on the BAFTA red carpet, as Melissa George wore a gorgeous black, sequined number – complete with a flowing dramatic train, no less. The hair is also impeccable!

We were in awe of Miss Piggy, who shone on the carpet in a Louis Vuitton dress made especially for her by Marc Jacobs himself. We once again adored Tilda Swinton’s look, and Penelope Cruz was, as always, utterly divine.

Here’s our ‘Top Ten’ best dressed (you can vote for your favourite in our poll too!)

Michelle Williams in custom H&M

Fearne Cotton in Moschino 

Meryl Streep in Vivienne Westwood

Miss Piggy in custom Louis Vuitton

Melissa George in Victoria Beckham

Tilda Swinton in Celine

Christina Hendricks in Vivienne Westwood

Penelope Cruz in Armani Privé

Emilia Fox in Luisa Beccaria

Elizabeth McGovern in Azagury

Now it’s your turn to pick a favourite!

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One Comment

  1. Celebrity time, Excited on fashions, especially in these brilliant charming dress. Never was there ever someone else so beautiful.

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