The biggest stars of television turned on the glamour for the prestigious Arqiva TV BAFTA Awards 2014.
As they made their arrivals at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, in London's West End, the stars of the small screen had all the sparkle of the biggest Hollywood A listers, with fashion icon Naomi Campbell leading the way.
Wearing a risqué, silver, grey dress with a revealing cut-out, the stunning supermodel looked svelte and stylish.
But while Campbell opted for a shimmering pale hue, the rest of the stars kept it simple and sleek in black or white.
Helena Bonham Carter, Sophie Ellis Bextor and Jodie Whittaker gave the formal black dress an interesting twist wearing Goth inspired black gowns.
Carter channelled Elizabeth Taylor, who she portrayed on the small screen in a role for which she received a BAFTA nomination, wearing a strapless heart gown with a heart-shaped neckline and vintage sunglasses.
Gizzie Erskine stood out in a retro black and sequinned criss-cross dress while presenter Caroline Flack ditched her trademark shorts for a stylish strapless gown with a heart-shaped neckline.
Strictly Come Dancing hosts Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman were distinctive, with an unkempt Winkleman donning a strapless bodycon dress in burgundy and black, while Daly chose a more glamourous black sequinned lace gown with a white underlay.
The fashion forward Millie Mackintosh exuded Hollywood glamour in a shimmering gold knitted outfit.
Presenters Jenni Falconer and Good Morning Britain host Susanna Reid brought a rare touch of colour to the proceedings wearing green and salmon pink dresses.
The Great British Bake-Off host Mel and Sue went monochrome in coordinated trouser suits while Eastenders actors Kellie Bright and onscreen daughter Maddy Hill made a bold statement in red.
Davina McCall made a fashion blunder with her underwear visible in a slightly sheer off the shoulder black dress, and Louise Redknapp too made a rare fashion faux pas in a black dress with a white pleated skirt design, matched with a yellow purse.