All The Best Looks From The BAFTAs 2020

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by Natalie Hammond |

It used to be the ultimate faux-pas to wear the same frock twice. Not any more. Sustainability is perhaps the biggest buzzword in the fashion industry right now and, in a bid to change the reputation of environmentally-(un)friendly award shows, BAFTA has made some serious changes to tonight’s proceedings.

The goody bag has been axed, replaced by what it’s calling a ‘gifting wallet’ made of recycled plastic, the menu is vegan and the carpet is made from recycled materials. Perhaps most thrillingly, the guests have been asked to make ‘sustainable fashion choices’.

They could shine a spotlight on an eco-designer, source something vintage (see Jennifer Aniston in a bias-cut gown from John Galliano’s 1999 collection for Dior at the SAG Awards for inspiration), hire a dress for the occasion or even - gasp! - rewear something from a previous ceremony.

From the first arrivals, it looks like a tale of two red carpets. You've got Florence Pugh, Ella Balinska, Kaitlyn Dever and Renee Zellweger in the modern princess corner (think pink shades, extravagant trains and ruffles galore) and Saoirse Ronan, Naomie Harris and Zoe Kravitz sporting slip styles and sequinned column dresses that tick the more 'minimalist' box.

The Duchess of Cambridge, known for being a keen outfit recycler, didn't disappoint. For tonight's ceremony, she chose a white and gold Alexander McQueen gown that she last wore in September 2012 as part of the Diamond Jubilee tour.

Alice Eve also got the sustainable memo, choosing a lace and fringe dress from one of Ralph & Russo's couture collections in 2017. Scroll through our best dressed gallery - and stay tuned for updates on how the stars decided to go ‘green’.

SEE: The best dressed at the BAFTAs 2020

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SEE: The best dressed at the BAFTAs 2020

Zoe Kravitz wearing Saint Laurent
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Rhoda Ofori-Attah wearing Ong Oaj-Pairam
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Vick Hope wearing Tran Hung
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Emilia Clarke wearing Schiaparelli
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Naomi Ackie wearing Valentino
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Cinderella Balthazar
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Jessie Buckley wearing Miu Miu and Atelier Swarovski jewellery
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Gillian Anderson wearing Camilla & Marc
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Naomie Harris wearing Kors Collection
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Ella Balinska wearing Giambattista Valli
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Pixie Lott
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Lily-Rose Depp wearing Chanel
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Greta Gerwig
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The Duchess of Cambridge wearing an Alexander McQueen gown that she last wore in September 2012 as part of the Diamond Jubilee tour in Malaysia
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Vanessa Kirby in Valentino
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Charlize Theron wearing Dior
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Kaitlyn Dever wearing Miu Miu
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Rebel Wilson wearing Prabal Gurung
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Daisy Ridley wearing Oscar de la Renta
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Saoirse Ronan wearing a Gucci gown made using discarded satin
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Florence Pugh wearing Dries Van Noten
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Renee Zellweger wearing Prada
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Olivia Coleman wearing Alexander McQueen
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Margot Robbie wearing Chanel
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Zazie Beetz wearing Maria Moscone
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Alice Eve wearing a Ralph & Russo dress from the Fall Couture 2017 collection
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Rooney Mara wearing Givenchy
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Scarlett Johansson wearing Atelier Versace
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Jodie Turner-Smith wearing Gucci
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Laura Dern wearing Valentino
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