Amy Adams dazzled in black Elie Saab at the BAFTAs in London yesterday.
The red-haired actress looked breath-taking in an Elie Saab Couture gown as she joined fellow thespians at the Royal Opera House in London.
The daring dress boasted lace detail on the top, a thigh-high split and a low back, which added an edge to the classic black outfit.
To make the most of the frock’s detail, Amy kept her hair in a sleek up-do, which also allowed her to show off gorgeous pink Faberge earrings.
The 38-year-old may have missed out on the best supporting actress prize to Les Misérables star Anne Hathaway, but she definitely shone in the style stakes.
Anne also went for black at last night’s do, picking a studded Burberry gown and sporting her cropped hair slicked over in a side fringe.
Jennifer Lawrence also stunned at the event, picking angelic white for her red carpet appearance.
The Dior Haute Couture dress was embellished with crystals and tapered into an elegant fishtail-style at the bottom.
The star chose an on-trend slicked-back style for her hair, which perfectly showed off teardrop earrings by Chopard.
Jennifer was nominated in the best actress category last night for her role in Silver Linings Playbook, but narrowly missed out to Amour star Emmanuelle Riva.
Her co-star Bradley Cooper also went home empty handed after the best actor gong was awarded to Lincoln leading man Daniel Day-Lewis.
The Hangover star didn’t seem too upset and was spotted partying with British actress Gemma Arterton.
BAFTA rising star nominee Elizabeth Olsen picked black and white for her appearance at the ceremony.
The sister of fashionista twins Mary-Kate and Ashley looked gorgeous in monochrome Chanel, teamed with loose, wavy locks.
The rising star prize went to Juno Temple, who looked great in a floor-length white gown.
While most stars seemed to stick to black and white, Jessica Chastain injected some colour into the proceedings thanks to her blue Roland Mouret gown.
The pretty redhead was also up for the best actress award for her role in Zero Dark Thirty.
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