The Best Looks From Last Night’s BAFTA TV Awards

A red carpet like you've never seen before.

Jodie Comer

by Natalie Hammond |
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It was an awards ceremony like never before, with a host (Richard Ayoade) but no audience, and winners who accepted their gongs via video call. Still, the BAFTAs served plenty of stylish moments, whether the presenters were walking the (socially distanced) red carpet or the nominees were posting their outfits on Instagram (#backyardbaftas). From Jodie Comer’s patchwork-print dress to Gbemisola Ikumelo’s sheer-sleeved black ball gown, here are the fashion highlights.


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Jodie Comer

According to Instagram, Jodie Comer almost had to wear pyjamas. Thank goodness this heatwave-ready dress (from Duro Olowu) arrived at the last minute. She just added some accessories - Loewe shades and Completedworks earrings - before cracking open the champagne.

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Nina Toussaint-White

Nina Toussaint-White looked entirely weather-appropriate (not to mention stunning) in snow white Huishan Zhang, accessorising with Phine jewellery and Stuart Weitzman shoes.

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Gbemisola Ikumelo

She stole the 'show' - with a voluminous gown that said 'drama' - but Gbemisola Ikumelo missed the red carpet. The Famalam star posted: 'Just me "indoors" chilling in my BAFTA ballgown! Who needs a red carpet?? (Me. I do. I need a red carpet.)'

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Daisy Edgar-Jones

We've all been watching her lockdown wardrobe so, naturally, Daisy Edgar-Jones pulled it out of the bag for last night's BAFTAs. Wearing diamante-embellished Miu Miu, the Normal People star joked that it was nice to not be wearing slippers.

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Helen Behan

The Elizabeth Is Missing actor wore an emerald-green gown (and a wink) for her official portrait with Rankin.

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Suranne Jones

Nominated for leading actress in Gentleman Jack, Suranne Jones chose a butter-wouldn't-melt dress from London-based O Pioneers (custom made from Liberty fabric) for the beige carpet.

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Aisling Bea

Scooping the breakout talent award, Aisling Bea looked smashing in a polka dot gown.

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Jessica Hynes

Actor, director and writer Jessica Hynes channeled classic red carpet glamour in a LBD (that's long black dress).

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Stacey Dooley

Stacey wore a strapless velvet frock (with an impressive fishtail hem) that, according to Instagram, was sourced months ago.

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