The 74th annual British Academy of Film and Television Arts Awards (BAFTAs) might as well have been a black tie event – with a splash of colour.
Black tie dressing produces a high level of sex appeal; slinky dresses, suit coats is plush, velvety fabrics, thigh-high slits, slicked back hair, plunging necklines… you get the idea.
There’s a good chance you’ve seen the happenings of a black tie party in a movie, and one thing you probably noticed is that every attendee is groomed to look their absolute finest, which is what took place at this year’s BAFTAs.
Apparently, celebrities decided it was time to turn the heat up on yet another live-streamed, socially-distanced event. At this point in the pandemic, we’ve seen enough of them, but we were charmed by the fact that some of Hollywood’s heaviest hitters were dressed in sustainably made designs.
All in all, the stars of the BAFTAs took advantage of their night to be noticed. Between Netflix newcomers like Bridgerton‘s Phoebe Dynevor and prime-time legends like Riz Ahmed, there was no holding back on the film industry’s sexiest night out since COVID-19 began.