The best dressed: I, Tonya nominee Margot Robbie was styled by Kate Young in lace-draped Givenchy SS18 Couture; for a masterclass in complimenting curves, look no further than Salma Hayek-Pinault in Gucci; Jennifer Lawrence’s dress had an almost armor-like feel, perhaps showing that she is prepared for the #TimesUp battle.
The classic beauties: Angelina Jolie, complete with signature leg slit, this time by Ralph & Russo; Kristin Scott Thomas in Christian Dior; Lily James in Burberry.
Best red-carpet risk takers: Saoirse Ronan in Chanel; Naomie Harris in strategically embroidered Zuhair Murad; Lupita Nyong’o in warrior-like Elie Saab.
Sparkler queens: Lily James’ diamond ring on her engagement finger sparked more than a few rumors; Angelina Jolie’s glittering chandelier earrings were jaw-skimming and jaw-dropping; Edith Bowman’s #TimesUp badge was the best accessory of the night.
Best looks of the night: All of the actresses who walked the red carpet with activists in solidarity with female victims of abuse and inequality, including: Gemma Arterton with ‘Dagenham Girls’ Eileen Pullen and Gwen Davis, the sewing machinists who went on strike to campaign for equal pay in 1968; Tessa Thompson, nominated this year for her performance in Thor: Ragnarok, with Marai Larasi, a campaigner against violence against black, minority ethnic and refugee women; Naomie Harris with writer and human rights development worker Afua Hirsch; and Gemma Chan with Everyday Sexism Project founder Laura Bates.
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