20 Best and Worst Dressed at the Empire Film Awards
Who wore what (and WTF?) at the Empire Film Awards in London.
BEST: Laura Carmichael
The former Downton Abbey stars looks pretty in pink in this Erdem number.
WORST: Aisling Bea
The Irish comedian might be one of the funniest ladies around, but this outfit is no laughing matter.
BEST: Tom Hiddleston
The Night Manager actor does classic cool-guy suits better than anyone.
BEST: Eleanor Matsuura
Boho meets Kate Middleton in this winning combination.
BEST: Ellla Purnell
Purnell does laid-back London 'it' girl to the max.
WORST: Hayley Squires
This maxi dress nearly swallows her whole.
BEST: Louise Brealey
It feels like we've seen this dress in a myriad forms tonight, but we'll still count it as a win.
WORST: Gemma Whelan
This unflattering and mismatched skirt combination does nothing for the Game of Thrones actress.
WORST: Anya Taylor-Joy
At any other event, this dress would be a knockout, but it contradicts the understated style theme of the night.
WORST: Vicky McClure
All white is nearly impossible to pull off in any circumstance, but a white skinny jeans and plunging shirt with peplum is next to impossible.
BEST: Charlotte Riley
Charlotte gives a lesson in how to move underwear-as-outerwear beyond a tacky trend.
WORST: Stefanie Martini
There's no redeeming factor in this Morticia Addams-inspired look.
WORST: Gareth Edwards
I know there was a laid-back motif, but the director took the dress code a little too literally.
BEST: Gwilym Lee
This look is fresh and sharp, but he loses points for the too-shiny brown shoes.
BEST: Anne-Marie Duff
This flowing floral brings the noughties handkerchief trend into modern times.
WORST: Amma Asante
Nothing in this sheer, too-short dress works for the acclaimed director.
BEST: Emily Berrington
Who said maxi dresses were only beach appropriate?
BEST: Joanne Froggatt
True to form, Joanne rarely takes a style misstep for any occasion.
WORST: Poppy Corby-Tuech
The dress might be a winner, but those polka dot tights look far too-2009 to be taken seriously.
BEST: Dan Stevens
The Beauty and the Beast star moves past the boring black suit for men.