Here Are All the Best and Worst Dressed Celebs at the BAFTAs | 22 Words

Award season is firmly upon us - and we couldn't be happier.

Another awards ceremony means another red carpet - and that means some incredible (and incredibly badly) dressed celebrities. Last night's BAFTA Awards gave us some triumphs (Greta Gerwig is our one true love) and some unmitigated disasters (Lily-Rose Depp looked particularly uncomfortable). Curious about the best and worst dressed celebs at the 2020 BAFTA Awards? Keep on scrolling for all the details.

Let's start with our countdown of the highlights, shall we?

Florence Pugh

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This neon pink gown is just majestic.

Charlize Theron

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A regal purple gown fit for a queen.

Renee Zellweger

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This look is super simple - but also very effective.

Scarlett Johansson

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Sequins, feathers and a plunging neckline - it shouldn't work, but it does.

Margot Robbie

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This black lacy number becomes even more stunning once you see it's backless.

Emilia Clarke

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Let's face it, that smile could make anything look good.

Kaitlyn Dever

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Ballerina, but make it fashion.

Jessie Buckley

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We adore this weird and wonderful feather ruff.

Gillian Anderson

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Sure, it's a little bit dull - but there's no denying it works!

Naomie Harris

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True glitz and glamour.

Olivia Colman

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We love everything about the mesh 'n' embellishments combo.

Jodie Turner-Smith

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The bold shade and voluminous skirt look luxurious.

Rooney Mara

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Bringing the drama in this incredible structured dress.

Alice Eve

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This many tassels make for some truly incredible photos.

Ella Balinska

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We wouldn't think we'd like a train in a tablecloth print, but here we are!

Greta Gerwig

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Emerald green velvet gives a chic, understated look.

Daisy Ridley

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This is how you do a one-shoulder look.

Alex Wolff

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Proving that male red carpet looks don't have to be boring!

Daniel Kaluuya

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Another fabulous take on the classic suit.

Vanessa Kirby

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We love this platinum and Bordeaux number - particularly when paired with the statement belt. Now we've dealt with the best ... let's see the rest.

Rebel Wilson

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This looks like an outfit for a cruise ship singer ...

Lulu Wang

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2 skirts and some trousers seems a little much.

Naomi Ackie

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Love the color - but can't get on board with the bizarre shape.

Zoe Kravitz

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It pains us to put her on the list - but this gold shift is simply underwhelming.

Saoirse Ronan

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Again, we love her - but this tent-like dress just doesn't fit!

Laura Dern

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Sometimes a red and pink clash is stunning - other times, it's just a clash.

Duchess of Cambridge

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Sorry, but this cream and gold number is too twee for our tastes.

Edith Bowman

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That dress is nice - so why add the bizarre gloves and belt?

Vick Hope

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A prime example of when an uneven hem does not work.

Lady Victoria Hervey

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We don't have to explain to you why this is bad, right?

Charlotte Carroll

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Did she learn nothing from J-Lo's bow debacle?

Lily-Rose Depp

Wearing a lot of clothes and still managing to be basically naked.

Cinderella Balthazar

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Gold, brocade, floor-length, blazer dress. Why?

Pixie Lott

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This is a poor combination of sort of boring and sort of weird.

Zazie Beetz

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The definition of a forgettable red carpet outfit. Fancy more BAFTAs gossip? We've got a humdinger - and it's all to do with the royal family. Scroll on for the details.