We invited FW Awards Judge Maddy to cast an eye over this years Baftas . . .
BAFTA’s best dressed. Let’s pass judgement! Nicely now people.
Hannah Bagshawe. Not just because she accessorised with Eddie Redmayne, but because that Valentino dress looks like a slightly angry fairytale and that’s excellent.
Rosamund Pike, simple yet stunning. Also like it when short haired girls let their short hair be short and fabulous. The Roland Mouret helps. As does being talented as hell.
Léa Seydoux. With a red lip, cap sleeves and a colour as bright as the sun, it works. This red carpet needed more colour. It’s all been a bit dark. I like this despite my personal loathing of cutouts. Prada, I approve.
Keira Knightley shows maternity wear doesn’t have to be hideous or dull in Giambattista Valli couture.
Sophie Hunter. This is not dull. She can do what the hell she wants because she is a person. And she looks great doing it.
Tom Hiddleston. Yes please.
Julie Walters. Because I love her. She looks fierce, her hair is magnificent and she’ll probably get missed off other lists because of her age. Which is balls.
Special mentions must go to:
Stephen Hawking’s cravat. Cravats are cool when The Smartest Man In The World TM wears them.
Gugu Mbatha-Raw. Belle is a phenomenal achievement, lilac is the colour of S/S15, and that dress reminds me of the prom dress I should have worn. And I just like her. Kudos.
Patricia Arquette’s hair. Why does it never look like that when I try?