From Michaela Coel in Maximilian Davis to Golda Rosheuvel in Simone Rocha.
Did you get the memo that capital-G pink carpet Glamour is again? Within the case of the 2021 BAFTA Tv awards, fairly actually, too. Michaela Coel’s beautiful robe by London-based artistic Maximilian Davis boasted vibrant pink bell sleeves and crowd pleasing cut-outs on either side of its silhouette. Coming or going, it was a panoramic look, particularly since Coel paired the piece with daring gold jewelry by Alighieri — one other London label, helmed by Rosh Mahtani, who final yr was the primary jewelry designer to be given the Queen Elizabeth II Award for British Design. And to maintain the native love going, Coel — whose revolutionary present I Could Destroy You gained a number of awards together with Main Actress and Author: Drama for Coel herself — introduced alongside a shiny black model of Simone Rocha’s coveted Egg bag.
However that wasn’t the one glimpse of Rocha’s elegant designs on the latest BAFTA TV pink carpet. Bridgerton’s Golda Rosheuvel donned a sheer tulle frock, festooned with pink floral gildings, by the designer. It was worn over a tailor-made white shirt, as per the designer’s inimitable styling predilections. Rosheuvel’s co-star, Nicola Coughlan, additionally made a press release in a tangerine-coloured costume by Valentino and blue eyeshadow. I Could Destroy You’s Paapa Essiedu wore an orange Valentino quantity, too, and it was sufficient to get anybody juiced up for dressing once more.
In additional rainbow connections, tv presenter AJ Odudu was a feathery fantasy in a pink floor-length confection by Vietnamese label Tranhung. And Zawe Ashton of The Handmaid’s Story was a psychedelic sight to behold in a voluminous costume by Australian model Zimmermann.
This was solely one of many many surprising moments all through the sartorial feast which included a roster of impartial creatives like Canadian-British designer Edeline Lee’s bespoke frilled costume for Gbemisola Ikumelo and Bimini Bon Boulash sporting Central Saint Martins pupil Ása Bríet Brattaberg’s work. The vary of design expertise was a welcome sight in comparison with awards shows past and their ordinary mixture of established luxurious labels.
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