US actresses back British designers
American actresses were supporting British designers on the red carpet at the Baftas.
Best actress nominee Julianne Moore looked striking in a bright red Tom Ford gown, while fellow nominee Reese Witherspoon wore a low-cut purple dress by Stella McCartney.
Moore said: "I am wearing Tom Ford. Tom loves it here in London, and was nice enough to make me this wonderful dress, so it's a thrill to be able to wear it."
Witherspoon admitted she was finding her first Baftas colder than the Oscars and wore a coat over her shoulders to keep her warm.
She said of getting ready for award ceremonies: "It's fun, I enjoy it. I'm wearing Stella McCartney. I get to hang out with friends and have fun."
British nominees Keira Knightley and Felicity Jones both opted for floral detailing.
Knightley - rumoured to be expecting her first child with Klaxon husband James Righton - wore a black and white strapless frock by Giambattista Valli covered in individual flowers that disguised any hint of a baby bump.
Jones wore a full-length Dior gown with a black bodice and pale pink skirt with flower detailing.
Monochrome was a stand-out theme on the carpet. Rosamund Pike wore a floor-length halterneck dress by Roland Mouret, while Amy Adams stood out in a white number by Lanvin.