There were to wall to wall A-listers and barely a fashion calamity in sight on the BAFTAS red carpet, as the stars turned up the glamour for the UK's most prestigious film awards ceremony.
We take a closer look at the frocks the stars were rocking on the red carpet and present the winners of the all important fashion awards.
With her reputation as a red carpet sensation, all eyes were on Kenyan beauty Lupita Nyong'o, who is up for Best Supporting Actress in 12 Years a Slave.The rising star stole everyone's thunder in a stunning Christian Dior emerald, fishtail gown. Whether she wins the BAFTA remains to be seen, but she certainly walked away with top honours for her sartorial style. "It took me about three or four hours to get ready," she revealed.
American Hustle star Amy Adams turned to British designer Victoria Beckham in a long, black dress with a prim collar and sheer panel.
Co-producer of 12 Years A Slave Brad Pitt, was joined by his wife Angelina Jolie, with both wearing matching tuxedos. While Jolie opted for understated glamour in an androgynous tailored black trouser suit by Saint Laurent, she still managed to scorch the red carpet with her unmistakable sex appeal.
Helen Mirren who will be awarded the BAFTA Fellowship defied her years in a stunning black gown with elaborate lace and beadwork, sheer panels and a ruffled skirt.
E! Entertainment host Fearne Cotton oozed glamour in a gold embroidered dress with a high neckline and wavy hair.
Uma Thurman was the epitome of movie star chic as she took to the red carpet. The Nymphomaniac actress opted for a sophisticated look in a sleek, strapless column dress with minimal jewellery.
Saving Mr Banks star Emma Thompson got it right in a sleek red dress, despite making her arrival in a white fur coat with over exaggerated lapels.
Always a winner on the red carpet Cate Blanchett was near regal in a floor length, black silk gown with floral detail and a sleek hairdo.