Baftas 2019: Best dressed guests on the red carpet, from Kate Middleton to Margot Robbie

From designer gowns to diamond necklaces, here's what everyone wore to the Bafta film awards 2019

Margot Robbie and Salma Hayek arrive at BAFTA red carpet

On Sunday 10 February, London will roll out the red carpet for the 72ndBafta film awards.

The event will take place at the Royal Albert Hall and see nominees such as actresses Margot Robbie, Letitia Wright and Olivia Colman take to the stage in an array of designer dresses, bejewelled necklines, and embellished footwear.

The awards ceremony comes a year after members of the Time’s Up movement – an organisation that supports individuals who have experienced sexual misconduct in the work place - wrote a letter to attendees asking them to wear black to show their solidarity with victims.

Male guests were also encouraged to wear "special pins and/or a button hole".

On the night, Greta Gerwig wore an embellished floral black sleeveless dress by Jonathan Cohen, Salma Hayek dressed in a floor-length V-neck sequined Gucci gown, while Saoirse Ronan stunned in a semi-sheer feather detail Chanel dress.

From Amy Adams to Claire Foy, click through the gallery below to see the best dressed attendees at this year’s Bafta film awards.

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