2011 BAFTA Awards: Reviewed by The Trend Boutique


The royals were in town! The news and gossip sites were buzzing with excitement as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were out and about in the city of LA. And what better way to greet these newlyweds than by surrounding them with Hollywood royalty? All eyes were on our favorite couple as they mingled with the stars at the 2011 BAFTA Awards, and we’re not sure who was more starstruck; the celebrities or the Duke and Duchess. Our eyes were on the fashion and we couldn’t help but notice that everyone was a dash classier than normal. Was it because they were in the presence of royalty? We’ve gathered up the best of the night, so you all can see for yourselves. The 2011 BAFTA Awards was definitely a royal affair.

Prince William and Kate. The Duchess of Cambridge is wearing Alexander McQueen

Bonnie Wright in Clements Ribeiro, Helena Bonham Carter in Vivienne Westwood, Emma Watson in Valentino

Hailee Steinfeld in Miu Miu, Emma Stone in Lanvin, Felicity Jones in Chanel

Natascha Mcelhone in Escada, Nicole Kidman in Elie Saab, Julianne Moore in Tom Ford

Elisabeth Moss in J. Mendel, Jennifer Lopez in Emilio Pucci, Mary Louise Parker in Dolce & Gabbana

Elizabeth Banks in Versace, Zooey Deschanel in Oscar de la Renta, Rosamund Pike in Alexander McQueen

Jessica Alba in Versace, Amy Adams in Elie Saab

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