The best looks from the Baftas 2015

Feb 9, 2015 at 12:28 p.m. ET
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It's hard to pick a favourite gown from the Bafta red carpet but we've narrowed it down to these.

Reese Witherspoon at the 2015 Baftas

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Best actress nominee Reese Witherspoon chose a purple Stella McCartney gown with a plunging neckline to walk the Bafta red carpet.

Keira Knightley at the 2015 Baftas

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Keira Knightley continued her run of amazing maternity dresses in Giambattista Valli Haute Couture (and gets extra points for arriving with a leather jacket over it).

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Felicity Jones at the 2015 Baftas

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Felicity Jones stood out in Raf Simons for Christian Dior Haute Couture. The black and purple colour block was an interesting combination and the flower embellishment a pretty finishing touch.

Amy Adams at the 2015 Baftas

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Amy Adams' ice-white Stella McCartney gown was a great contrast to the red carpet, accessorised perfectly with a wide side parting and minimal jewellery.

Rosamund Pike at th 2015 Baftas

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Rosamund Pike's form-fitting halter neck Roland Mouret dress won't win any awards for imagination but it's elegant and timeless.

Laura Haddock at the 2015 Baftas

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The semi-sheer bodice of Laura Haddock's one-off, full-skirted Ashli Couture dress stops it from being too princessy; the off-white colour stops it from being too bridal.

Julianne Moore at the 2015 Baftas

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Julianne Moore achieved the perfect balance of sophistication and sex appeal in this fiery red Tom Ford number with daring plunging neckline.

Holliday Grainger at the 2015 Baftas

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Holliday Grainger chose Antonio Beradi and proved once again that monochrome is hard to beat on the red carpet — especially when it has a vintage feel.

Lea Seydoux at the 2015 Baftas

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Lea Seydoux's canary yellow Prada gown was a showstopper, the cut out sections, capped sleeves and pleating giving a classic shape a contemporary edge.

Hannah Bagshawe and Eddie Redmayne at the 2015 Baftas

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Possibly the most stylish couple of the night was Hannah Bagshawe and Eddie Redmayne. Hannah's floaty grey Valentino gown had a feathered collar and beautiful lace detail and her hubby looked the part in a midnight blue Giorgio Armani velvet suit, crisp white shirt and black bow tie.

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