The BAFTAs 2014 – celebrating all that’s great about movie-making across the globe – did the homenation proud with Brit-born actor Chiwetel Ejiofor and Will Poulter scooping the big leading actor and rising star awards on the night. But all eyes were on the red carpet of course to see who scored the outfits of the evening – if you missed Lupita Nyong’o’s gorgeous Dior gown or Brad and Angelina’s matching outfit PDA, you’re going to want to see our round up of the fabulous evening that was, the British Film And Television Awards 2014.
Brad Pitt clutches the award for Best Film won by 12 Years A Slave, this time playing the part of producer as well as actor in the Brit-lead movie epic.
Amy Adams dazzled with a classic beauty look, clashing her auburn hair with sparkling red lipstick.
Ever the stud, Tom Hardy looked brooding with a full beard and slicked back hair look. Swoon.
Lupita Nyong’o stole the show at the BAFTAs 2014 wearing an emerald-coloured Dior gown.
Brad and Angelina made a style statement as they walked the red carpet in matching tuxedos, his Valentino and hers Saint Laurent, naturally.
Uma Thermon kept it classic in a faihtful little black dress with a shoulder-less neckline and fabulous figure-fit shape.
Uma Thermon wowed with her make-up look to contrast a simple dress as she went for gold sockets and a heavy, smokey undereye.
Tom Hardy lead the way for a particularly beardy BAFTAs with Chiwetel Ejiofor and Leo DiCaprio also shunning the freshly shaved look in favour of shabby-chic.
Naomie Harris wore fuschia for a colour pop red carpet look, opting for a plunging neckline and high leg slit.
Michelle Rodriguez wore her hair loose and toussled over one shoulder as she waltzed down the red carpet in a metallic shimmer dress.
Maggie Gyllenhaal completed her elfin look with a floor-length ethereal navy-blue gown, featuring long lace sleeves and a jewelled bodice.
Lupita Nyong’o shone on the night as her film 12 Years A Slave scooped Best Film and co-star Chiwetel Ejiofor, best actor.
Amy Adams shunned colour on the night, choosing a simple black dress with two-part bodice.
Lily Allen on the other hand, favoured a bright red carpet look in orange and pink.
TV darling Laura Carmichael opted in favour of a midi length evening dress, as oposed to a floor skimmer, to keep up with the current fashionable cut.
Laura Carmichael wore her hair scraped back for the evening, revealing a fresh complexion with a nude lipstick and barely-there foundation.
Laura Bailey chose an a-line number to flatter her tiny figure, creating shape from her tiny waist.
We loved Laura Bailey’s beauty look as she wore her hair in a loosely curled ponytail with a sweet black hair bow.
Wearing a fishtail shape, Jodie Kidd showed off a fabulous slimline figure in navy blue satin.
Imogen Poots chose cut out detail to add interest to her scarlett gown, with a high neckline and backless dress design.
Fellowship winner Helen Mirren cosies up to best director BAFTA winner Alfonso Cuaron inside the awards ceremony.
Helen Mirren was recognised for her outstanding contribution to film by being honoured with the BAFTA Fellowship title.
Harvey Weinstein and Georgina Chapman look like the perfect pair as they walk the red carpet at London’s Royal Opera House.
Gwendoline Christie bucks the trend with a red carpet mini in black.
Jemima Rooper chooses a drop hem ensemble with a shimmer finish and a retro bobbed hairstyle.
Gillian Anderson clashes blue hues in a floor-length a-line dress.
Actress and fashion designer Georgina Chapman made her black gown shimmer with accents of gold.
BAFTA host Fearne Cotton set the evening ablaze in a gold shimmering number with a high neck and long sleeves.
Fearne Cotton styled her hair into a bouffant ‘do with large curls and tetured layers.
Greg Wise accompanied wife Emma Thompson for a night out with the family at last night’s BAFTAs
Edith Bowman looked demure in all black, wearing her hair messy to give the outfit some edge.
David Gandy smouldered in a velvet tuxedo, shooting some pouty looks to the cameras on the red carpet.
Judi Dench wore a long overcoat over a trouser suit for the evening.
Claudia Winkleman showed off a longer hairstyle over her pink 20s-look evening gown.
Christian Bale was joined by wife Sibi on the red carpet as he experimented with a full beard look.
Bradley Cooper shoots a cheeky smile to the cameras as he walks the red carpet in a navy tuxedo.
Alicia Vikander clashed feathers with jewel detail on the red carpet.
Chiwetel Ejiofor signs autographs for fans before collecting the award for best actor on the night.
Brad Pitt gets in on a selfie with his adoring fans.
Brad and Angelina made a very public display of affection with their matching tuxedos.
We’re a little bit in love with Helen Mirren – not a day over 30, we swear.
Lara Pulver experiments with feathers and sheer fabrics for a revealing ivory outfit.
Brit-born Chiwetel Ejiofor was the big winner on the night, scooping the Best Actor accolade for 12 Years A Slave.
Olga Kurylenko clashes red with black for an original evening outfit.
Luke Evans sweeps his hair behind his ears for slick red carpet look.
Showing off a characteristically colourful red carpet ensemble, Lily Allen turns to reveal the bow detail down the back.
Eddie Redmayne clings proudly to his girlfriend Hannah Bagshaw, as he is cute in dickie bow.
Tom Hardy is dapper in a long overcoat as he prepares to present an award on the night.
BAFTA president Prince William is escorted down the red carpet.