Last night, Hollywood A-lists arrived at the Royal Albert Hall, in London, for the British Academy Film Awards (BAFTAs).
This year’s ceremony marks the 73rd consecutive year it has been held. British television host Graham Norton hosted the event for the first time, whilst Edith Bowman and Dermot O’Leary were on the red carpet interviewing guests on their outfit choices.
This year, the British award body created a sustainable fashion guide alongside the London College of Fashion, which encourages guests to either re-wear something they already own or hire an ensemble, instead of buying something new.
Style of the City shares its favourite looks from the evening.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge
William opted for a classic black trouser suit, whilst Kate chose an Alexander McQueen gown, sticking to the sustainable fashion guide as she has worn this dress on several occasions over the years.
Robbie arrived at the BAFTAs wearing a black floor-length Chanel gown, featuring delicate lace sleeves and a matching peplum at the waist. She accessorised her look with a simple pair of hoop earrings and a black flower ring.
Kravitz wore a metallic gold gown designed by Saint Laurent. The actor styled the look with red drop earrings, matching the shade of her manicure and lipstick.
Clarke opted for an elegant black column-style dress designed by Schiaparelli that featured thin straps and sequin embellishment. The star accessorised her look with purple gemstone drop earrings.
The host of the evening chose a red velvet tuxedo jacket with floral embroidery. Norton completed the look with a black shirt and matching trousers.
Johansson wore a pink sequin dress by Versace, which featured a plunging neckline, thigh-high split and feather-trimmed floor-length skirt.
Harris sparkled on the red carpet in a silver sequined dress by Michael Kors that featured a thigh-high split. She accessorised with a matching clutch bag and high heels.
Egerton arrived in a wine-coloured velvet two-piece suit by Armani, accessorised with a white shirt and black bow tie.
The actor opted for a pink satin column gown by Prada that featured a Bardot neckline. She completed her look with matching pointed heels and gold cuff bracelets on each wrist.
Wolff wore a blue three-piece suit covered in hand-drawn illustrations. He completed the look with a white shirt and matching white tie.