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Giorgio Armani Dressed Guests of the 2024 EE Bafta Film Awards


Giorgio Armani announced that last night, for the 2024 EE BAFTA Film Awards at the Royal Festival Hall in London, select nominees, presenters and guests chose to wear Giorgio Armani.

 

Nominee Margot Robbie wore a custom Giorgio Armani Privé silk pink and black velvet gown featuring a sweetheart neckline and black paillette embroidery, paired with black opera gloves. Robbie was nominated for Leading Actress for her role in “Barbie.”


Nominee Claire Foy selected a Giorgio Armani Privé nude lace gown from the Spring/Summer 2024 collection. The lace was encrusted in crystal floral embroidery and accented by a beaded fringe bodice. Foy was nominated for Supporting Actress for her role in “All of Us Strangers.”


Nominee Emerald Fennell wore a custom Giorgio Armani Privé black silk velvet gown with a plunging neckline adorned in a beaded necklace with red embellished roses. Fennell is the director and writer of the film, “Saltburn,” which was nominated for Outstanding British Film.


Meg Bellamy chose to wear a custom Giorgio Armani Privé black silk crepe gown with a long single sleeve, dramatic leg slit and silver crystal-embroidered crinoline rope knotted at the neckline.


Nominee and presenter Michael J. Fox wore an Emporio Armani two-button, silver-blue tuxedo with a black shawl lapel, paired with black trousers. Fox’s film, “Still: A Michael J. Fox Movie” was nominated for in the Documentary category.


Winner Cord Jefferson chose to wear a Giorgio Armani black, two-button, grosgrain shawl collar tuxedo with a white shirt and black bowtie. Jefferson won the award for Adapted Screenplay for “American Fiction.”


Presenter Daryl McCormack selected a Giorgio Armani navy blue, double-breasted, peak lapel suit with a white classic shirt and printed necktie.


Richard E. Grant wore a midnight blue velvet, three-button, notch lapel tuxedo with a white shirt and blue grosgrain bow tie. Grant is a lead actor in the film, “Saltburn,” which was nominated for Outstanding British Film.


David Jonsson selected an Emporio Armani black pinstripe, double-breasted, peak lapel tuxedo with a white evening shirt and black bowtie. Jonsson is the lead actor in “Rye Lane,” which was nominated for Outstanding British Film.   


Chris Vernon wore a Giorgio Armani black velvet, two-button, peak lapel tuxedo with a white shirt and black satin bowtie.


Several guests of the BAFTAs: Vogue Fashion & Film Party have chosen to wear Giorgio Armani:


  • Margot Robbie

  • Regé-Jean Page

  • Jonathan Bailey

  • Magaajyia Silberfeld

  • Alex Sharp










By ML Staff. Images courtesy of Giorgio Armani.



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