RED CARPET : BEST DRESSED MEN OF THE BAFTAS 2016
Yesterday was Valentine’s Day, but more importantly, it was also the BAFTA’s. The stars took to the red carpet for Britain’s biggest awards ceremony, which took place at the Royal Opera House. The Revenant dominated the awards this year, with Leonardo DiCaprio winning best actor (he used his win to say happy birthday to his mum!) and Alejandro G Inarritu winning best director, of which he described as “overwhelming”. Mad Max: Fury Road came in close second to The Revenant, winning four awards and John Boyega won the Rising Star Award, the only award voted for by us, the public. Of course, Leo wasn’t the only thing we were staring at last night as we take a look at some of the best dressed from last night’s ceremony.
The British awards, known as BAFTAs, are considered a portent of success at Hollywood’s Feb. 28 Academy Awards. “The Revenant” has earned DiCaprio his sixth Oscar nomination — and, many believe, his best shot at finally winning.
BEST DRESSED MEN OF THE BAFTAS 2016
John Boyega: The rising star seems to be a permanent resident on all our best dressed lists.
Sporting a Giorgio Armani suit, Boyega lets us know once again that suits don’t always have to be boring.
Idris Elba in Giorgio Armani
Taron Egerton is in a Burberry suit
Max Irons in Dunhill
Leonardo DiCaprio in Giorgio Armani
Cuba Gooding Jr
Tom Cruise was a surprise presenter at the BAFTA Film Awards on Sunday when he announced the winners of Best Film.
The 53-year-old looked smart in a black Dolce & Gabbana suit as he made a surprise guest appearance at the glamorous London ceremony
Who won big at the BAFTAS?
Best British Film: Brooklyn
Makeup and hair: Mad Max: Fury Road
Cinematography: The Revenant
Original Music: The Hateful Eight
British Short Film: Operator
British Short Animation: Edmond
Best Editing: Max Max: Fury Road
Sound: The Revenant
Special Visual Effects: Star Wars: The Force Awakens
EE Rising Star Award: John Boyega
Supporting Actor: Marc Rylance – Bridge of Spies
Animation: Inside Out
Best Supporting Actress: Kate Winslet – Steve Jobs
Costume Design: Mad Max: Fury Road
Outstanding Debut: Naji Abu Nowar and Rupert Lloyd – Theeb
Adapted Screenplay: The Big Short
Outstanding British Contribution to Cinema: Angels Costumes
Original Screenplay: Spotlight
Film Not in an English Language: Wild Tales
Production Design: Mad Max: Fury Road
Fellowship: Sidney Poitier
Best Director: Alejandro González Iñárritu – The Revenant
Leading Actress: Brie Larson – Room
Leading Actor: Leonardo Dicaprio – The Revenant
Best Film: The Revenant