Amy Adams: My favourite look by far was this thoroughly modernistic space-age dress in white and silver worn by the always impeccable Amy. I loved the chic tassel tie at the waist and the way it wrapped so form-fittingly around her curvaceous figure. The darker shade of red on her strawberry blonde hair was both chic and sophisticated .
Reece Witherspoon: Looked drop dead-sexy in a vivid purple gown (Marilyn Monroe hourglass shaped) by Stella McCartney that contrasted beautifully against her tanned skin and newly highlighted hair. The décolletage was daring but Reece always takes the plunge with aplomb and wore it with confidence.
Julianne Moore: Opted for a stunning scarlet gown in floor-sweeping velvet and crepe de chine which fitted her perfect figure to perfection. For an older woman in her fifties she always makes such good choices and this was a true eye-opener that could carry an award all on its own.
Felicity Jones: Wore a 50s-style prom dress combining a black bodice and a two-toned pink netted skirt embellished erratically with peach coloured flowers. I'm sure it looked lovely on the hanger, but from a distance it looked like she'd accidentally spilt a bag of prawn cocktail Skips all over her lap.
Keira Knightly: Has as many misses as hits in the wardrobe department and last night was one of the latter unfortunately. She obviously felt it was appropriate to wear florals now that she's blooming in the early stages of pregnancy. Fair enough, many women do succumb to the floribund, but it was too flowery by far and she looked blooming ridiculous.
Rosamund Pike: Is beautiful in so many ways. She's tall, statuesque, elegant, and slim for starters. But that black handkerchief halterneck did nothing for her. Too plain, ill-fitting, unflattering and boring are just a few of the adjectives that spring to mind. As for those pleats that add volume where there isn't supposed to be any, I cannot imagine what possessed her.