(Above image) Carey Mulligan - Nominee & winner of the Best actress Award in film 'An Education'
Love this picture! True redcarpet style in a flowing Vionnet gown - This is what it means to be Hollywood.
Picture credit: BAFTA/Richard Kendal

The red-carpet was rolled out again last night as Hollywood's elite gathered again for the 2010 Bafta Awards. I had my eye out for the female celebs who were best dressed and here are the one's I thought were visions on the carpet.

From left: Rebecca Hall, Jodie Whittaker, Kate Winslet, Carey Mullingan

St Trinian’s actress Jodie Whittaker lit-up the red carpet as she dazzled and shinned in sequinned gold column vintage dress by Giorgio Armani. It was effortless glamour and I liked that about her look. Kate Winslet was looking toned and glossy in a Stella McCartney black gown while Carey Mulligan looked every inch the winner-in-waiting in a beautiful monochrome floral Vionnet gown. Rebecca Hall played it safe in her choice of colour but I did like her peaked shoulder Gianfranco Ferré Fall 2009 gown and she looked absolutely effortless and stunning.

From left: Lauren Laverne, Katherine Bigelow, Anne-Marie Duff, Romola Garai

Lauren Laverne looked elegant and chic in her royal blue knotted dress which she teamed with a cropped metallic jacket which was the icing on the cake. Best Director award winner Katherine Bigelow looked chic and stylish in an all over sequinned dress while 'Atonement' actress Romola Garai walked the red carpet in a strapless Erdem Fall 2009 sweetheart neckline mini dress. Would have loved to see a more interesting pair of shoes on her trotters but non-the-less, the Actress who later-on presented the award for best Hair and Make-up looked pretty and individual. Anne-Marie Duff
wore a ruby red Alberta Ferretti gown and was certainly glowing on the redcarpert with her pregnancy; don't we just love mums-to-be who don't hide behind boring, ill-fitting dresses - a good choice Anne-Marie.