We track the best and worst fashion moments from Sunday night's BAFTAs.
BEST: Laura Whitmore
The BAFTAs red-carpet host gave thigh-high glamour an angelic twist as she stunned in white in this bespoke Suzanne Neville dress.
BEST: Sophie Turner
Sansa! We hardly recognised you. Game of Thrones' Sophie Turner could give Jennifer Lopez a run for her money in this plunging metallic Louis Vuitton.
BEST: Emma Stone
The La La Land star dazzled in this Chanel dress-over-trousers number. We love the slick side-part, minimal make-up and simple accessories.
WORST: Taylor Hill
When you're a Victoria Secret model you can pull off anything and Taylor Hill works this silk, bias-cut number but we can't shake the opinion that it looks like something we would have worn to the Debs in 2002.
BEST: Kate Middleton and Prince William
Kate channelled the screen icons of Hollywood's golden age in her off-the-shoulder, tiered Alexander McQueen dress.
BEST: Nicole Kidman
The Australian actress has the look of someone who knows she's killing it on the red carpert. And so she should. She's a vision in Armani Prive.
BEST: Penelope Cruz
Penelope shimmered in her glittering Versace gown.
BEST: J.K. Rowling
All hail Queen J.K. Rowling. She looked regal in purple, an excellent use of bold colour.
WORST: Julia Stiles
There's something not quite right about this look. We think it's the hair. An updo or sleek parting would have been better.
BEST: Isabelle Huppert
The French actress is an ethereal dream in this bespoke boho dress by Chloe.
BEST: Anya Taylor-Joy
Fashion as art? Rising star Anya Taylor-Joy is red carpet standout in Gucci.
BEST: Naomie Harris
Another Gucci design. The English actress looks like a spring fairytale princess. Sweet without being saccharine.
BEST: Amy Adams
The Nocturnal Animals star wore a Tom Ford design, naturally (he directed the film she's nominated for). We're not entirely sold on the shape. It's not for everyone but Amy carries it off. We love the emerald green tone and her earrings.
BEST: Bryce Dallas-Howard
Fast becoming of our biggest red carpet crushes, Bryce Dallas-Howard gives a lesson in subtle sexiness in this black Solace London gown. The back is back.
WORST: Edith Bowman
The clashing print is a bit of an eyesore.
BEST: Hannah Bagshawe and Eddie Redmayne
If there's one couple who incites envy on the red carpet it's Eddie Redmayne and Hannah Bagshawe. The new parents didn't show any signs of sleepless nights as they walked the red carpet. We love the detailing on Hannah's Alexander McQueen dress.
WORST: Heloise Letissier (aka Christine and the Queens)
This monochrome mess is giving us a headache.
BEST: Michelle Williams
Michelle never puts a foot wrong on the red carpet. She broke the red carpet status quo with the miniskirt length as she turned to her favourite award ceremony designer, Nicholas Ghesquiere for Louis Vuitton with this silver, embellished number.
BEST: Meryl Streep
Another one to break the red carpet rules, Meryl does sophisticated glam in a trouser suit.
BEST: Caitriona Balfe
This Valentino number may have been too overpowering for some, but the former model proves that she is a stylish force to be reckoned with.
BEST: Amelia Warner and Jamie Dornan
The Co. Down actor looked dapper in a sharp tuxedo but all eyes were on his stunning wife Amelia Warner as she dazzled in this Ong-Oaj Pairam shimmering rainbow dress.
BEST: Tom Ford
Tom Ford in velvet burgundy Tom Ford. Was it ever going to be anything less than perfection?
WORST: Zoe Ball
The red carpet host played it a little too safe.
BEST: Felicity Jones
We love the demure and gothic romantic twist of the Rogue One actress' dress, designed by Christian Dior's first ever female designer, Maria Grazia Chiuri.
BEST: Viola Davis
The unusual colour of this Jenny Packham gown made Viola Davis' dress a standout.
WORST: Jessica Brown Findlay
We love the tangerine colour but the shape swamps the former Downton Abbey star.
BEST: Holliday Grainger
We were in two minds about this dress but in the end decided that it was actually rather charming.
WORST: Kelly McDonald
The top and bottom half aren't cooperating, they're not even on speaking terms.