The Best 2015 BAFTA Babes

(From left to right): Bond girls Lea Seydoux and Monica Belucci
Artwork by WRITTEN CITIZEN Editor-in-Chief Zoe G.
On the biggest night of film in Britain, it’s no doubt that all of the actors and actresses dressed like the Queen herself was an award-presenter. Here are our favorite looks of the women from the 2015 British Academy Film Awards:

Amy Adams

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Amy Adams was a show-stopper in Stella McCartney at the 2015 BAFTAs. Her sleek hair partnered with her simple but exquisite, curve hugging dress made for a classic combo. Adams’ eye makeup also gave just the right amount of kick to the overall look.

Romola Garai

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Romola Garai opted for a very different look in this abstract, color-blocking two-piece set from Roksanda — shoes are Nicholas Kirkwood x Roksanda — but it was still gorgeous nontheless. Her chic and understated low bun left all of the attention on her dangling pearl earrings and killer ensemble.

Angelina Jolie

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Angelina Jolie looked timeless, as always, in this Yves Saint Laurent suit. Covering herself up but leaving the shirt unbuttoned was neither under or overwhelmingly sexual; it simply just left everyone wanting more. Jolie’s jewelry was also just the right amount of accessorizing for the whole outfit, and added a feminine touch to the smart and sexy look.

Lea Seydoux

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Lea Seydoux honored one of her recent roles — Belle from La Belle et la Bête — in this yellow Prada stunner. Everything about this look, from the cut of the dress to her hair, just screamed flawless and iconic. In fact, this look had me screaming too. What can I say? Yellow is the warmest color.

Sarah-Jane Crawford

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Sarah-Jane Crawford definitely knows what’s up. Lace and pale colors are everything right now, and she lead this trend wonderfully on Sunday night at the 2015 BAFTAs in Carmen by Ariella Couture. The shape of this dress hugged her body perfectly, and the pearl color really made her skin glow; the lace added just the right amount of diverse texture to the dress.

We also loved Natalie Dormer, Gugu Mbatha Raw, and Alma Jodorowsky. 


   Boys do drool, but the men at the 2015 BAFTAs sure had me drooling too. Here are our man-crushes-everyday from Sunday evening:

David Beckham

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David Beckham looked just as smoldering in Tom Ford at the 2015 BAFTAs as he did in his HM ads. #DILF

Tom Hiddleston

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As usual, I went all loco for Loki — Tom Hiddleston — but he really outdid himself this time with the silk touch in this Alexander McQueen SS15 suit and the perfectly-mussed hair.

Douglas Booth

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Douglas Booth opted for a non-traditional look wearing this 70's-inspired Dunhill jacket, which just makes me want to raid the Englishman’s closet. V vintage. Much velvet.

Luke Evans

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Luke Evans looked sharp in this two-tone piece from Valentino at the 2015 BAFTAs.

Jack O'Connell

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Rising Stars award winner from the 2015 BAFTAs and Prada menswear campaign SS15 model Jack O'Connell smoothly represented the brand in this Prada suit.


As the rule goes, it takes two. Here are our favorite couples from the 2015 BAFTA’s:

Edward Norton and Shauna Robertson

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Just look at them. Need I say more? #goals

Sam Claflin and Laura Haddock

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Sam looked just as ravishingly handsome as ever, and Laura was a personal favorite of mine, stealing the show in Ashi Studio.

Eddie Redmayne and Hannah Bagshawe

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I’ve been a wholehearted Redmayniac since Eddie’s days in Elizabeth: The Golden Age, so obviously I found him absolutely dashing and charming [in Valentino], but the spotlight was on wife Hannah as she made the whole world go all heart eye emoji over her Valentino dress (aka my dream prom dress).

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