Kate Beckinsale, Ruth Wilson, Emma Corrin and Lily James led the glamour at the star-studded 24th British Independent Film Awards at London’s Old Billingsgate on Sunday.
Pearl Harbor’s star Kate, 48, looked stunning in a white structured gown with metallic silver sleeves.
She looked stunning in the dramatic gown with its cape detailing and sexy silhouette.
She wore shimmering earrings and had her hair in an elegant bun.
Ruth, a Luther actress, was stunning in her crushed navy velvet jumpsuit. It featured a cinched waist.
The hair was slicked down from her face and she used plum lipstick with feline flicks of eyeliner.
Lily (32) showed her sharp legs in a black gown with high neck and daring thigh splits.
Chic: Pearl Harbor star Kate, 48, wowed in a structured white gown with metallic silver sleeves as she led the red carpet arrivals
Wow! Ruth (Luther star Ruth) was stunning in her crushed navy velvet jumpsuit. It was tied at the waist with honed elastic.
Amazing: Her hair was swept back and she had plum lipstick on. She also wore feline liner flicks.
Emma was a stunner in her purple suit with a cut-out detail at the front.
Look good Alesha Dixon, who was there as well, wore an eye-catching gold dress while she made her way to the event. James Norton looked sharp in a dark suit.
It was worn with strapping heels. Her hair was straightened and her legs were straight.
Emma was atypically quirky in her outfit, as she wore purple with circular cutout details on the front.
The top was covered in a navy blue collar. She styled her blonde hair with a mid-parting.
Alesha Dixon also attended the event and chose a striking gold gown to make her entrance.
Alesha posed with her husband Azuka Ononye who looked very dapper in a blue suit.
James Norton looked elegant as well, arriving at the awards wearing a black suit with velvet lapels.
The awards work to highlight the wealth of talent and diversity within the British film industry, with 2021’s list featuring some of the greatest names in British cinema and its brightest new talent side by side.
BIFA celebrates independent cinema and promotes British talent and film to the general public in both the UK and abroad.