BAFTAs 2018: 12 Worst-Dressed Stars
This year’s British Academy Film awards, best known as the BAFTAs, were a sea of black as star after star stepped out wearing the dark hue in honour of the #TimesUp movement. The epic display of fashion symbolized a shift in the entertainment industry and an effort to end the gender inequality prevalent in Hollywood. Since the color palette was all black, it was all the more simple to spot a standout dress – whether it be for the worst or for the best. Follow along for 12 of the worst-dressed stars from last night’s BAFTA awards:
12. Ruth Wilson
We’re all for masculine dressing on the red carpet, but Ruth Wilson’s tuxedo look lacked softness and came across a little harsh. Her look featured sharp lines which were even more exaggerated since she buttoned up the jacket all the way. The whole look came across somewhat stifling and the gold strappy shoes definitely clashed with all the stiff tailoring.
11. Haley Bennett
Haley Bennett’s attempt to stand out in the sea of black with this golden number was an unfortunate miss. Her look featured head to toe beading that didn’t seem to flow together and had too much happening at once. We would have much preferred to see Bennett in a dress that had subtle beading or glitter rather than the overkill of sparkle that this look seemed to exude.