Best Looks From the 2023 BAFTAs Red Carpet

The BAFTA’s red carpet: Ana de Armas, Florence Pugh and more who wowed us with their outfits.

Florence Pugh

Capes, opera gloves, and black reigned supreme on the 2023 EE BAFTA Film Awards red carpet. The star-studded event, and precursor to the Oscars, took place Sunday in London, attracting everyone from Prince William and Kate Middleton to Rami Malek and Jodie Turner-Smith.

Unlike the Grammys, where sparkles and silver were the themes of the night, the BAFTAs attracted many more toned down, simple black looks, courtesy of nominees like Emma Thompson, Jamie Lee Curtis, and budding Elvis impersonator Austin Butler.

As expected, there were plenty of sparkling jewellery, fashion and beauty trends spotted on the red carpet. Among the most favoured trends, there were lots of tulles, feathers, lace, all-black looks, sheer gowns, and glitzy embellished get-ups.

As always, A-listers arrived on location in a mix of killer and classic ensembles. Nominees and stars brought out the glitz and glam to the red carpet at the most-anticipated event that celebrates film and movies. From Anya Taylor-Joy’s gorgeous Schiaparelli look to Florence Pugh’s Nina Ricci gown, we love the slay!

Keep scrolling to discover some of the most glamorous looks of the night.


Anya Taylor-Joy once again maintained distance from her peers with her significantly extravagant fashion choice at the BAFTA Film Awards 2023 in London. She wore a brown velvet Schiaparelli minidress featuring four bows while wearing an elaborate matching shawl over her head.nShe added inches to her enviable frame with a pair of strappy heels and accessorised with a dazzling silver necklace featuring a looped design.

Anya Taylor-Joy


Ana De Armas attended the BAFTA Film Awards 2023 in London wearing a delicate pink Louis Vuitton gown for the occasion. The star of Blonde, who is nominated for the film at this year’s award show, wore a spaghetti strap gown with sweet ruffle detail at the top and a short train. She kept her accessories simple, opting for a small necklace and rings. Ana left her hair down around her face and rocked a bold red lip, a la Marilyn Monroe.

Ana De Armas


Florence Pugh wore a bright orange gown by French fashion house Nina Ricci to the BAFTAs at the Southbank Centre in London. The sculptural piece was strapless, with a mermaid skirt that exploded into ribbed frills of fabric at her feet, forming a frothy frame behind her. She accessorised with a small diamond necklace, tiny gold hoop earrings, and a white manicure. Pugh was also wearing her trademark gold septum piercing hoop. Under her gown, she appeared to be wearing black tall platform heels.

Florence Pugh


“Elvis” actor, Austin Butler, looked effortlessly elegant in an Alexander McQueen outfit.

Austin Butler


Cate Blanchett looked elegant and classy on the BAFTA red carpet. For the occasion, The Best Actress nominee sported a black dress with soft fringing on the sleeves and accessorised her look with layered pearl necklaces.

Cate Blanchett


Supermodel Rosie Huntington-Whiteley looked seriously stunning in a gorgeous all-black Maison Alaia look. She donned a bodycon turtleneck top and a pencil skirt boasting a daring slit running up the legs. She also wore strappy high heels.

Rosie Huntington- Whiteley


The royal couple attended the EE BAFTA Film Awards 2023 at The Royal Festival Hall on February 19, marking their debut at the event as the Prince and Princess of Wales. Kate Middleton wore a white one-shoulder Alexander McQueen dress. She accessorised the look with long black gloves and gold jewellery, including Zara earrings. Meanwhile, Willian wore a sleek black suit paired with a matching bow tie and shoes.

Prince William and Kate Middleton