Grammy's VS. BAFTA's - who did it better?

It's officially award season, and last night the movies went up against the music for the annual BAFTA and Grammy Awards. Owing to what you can only assume as a massive scheduling malfunction, it was a tale of two red carpets which for us, was more entertaining than Lala Land no matter what the collection of awards said! Apart from when a pregnant Beyonce slays channelling her inner virigin Mary and Adele publicly pulls a Cady Heron, gifting half her Best Album Award to Bey for killing it with Lemonade. Well, that just takes the award biscuit. On the flip, more dumure side there was 70th Annual Baftas. Even with it's 11 years on the Grammy's The Bafta's do not compare in the style stakes. I mean, when clothes are this classy and tasteful there's no real potential for any kind of WOW moment, or even a WTF?! There is simply no Nicki Minaj, or Bjork equivalent in the British film making which can give us life like a metallic green jumpsuit like Jane Fonda (remember that?!). Thank the Fashion God's for new blood Anya Taylor-Joy who woke us up half way through with the magic of Gucci. Here's the full rundown of our favourite red carpet moments from both sides of the pond. I think we all know who won...*
*always Beyonce.


Emma Stone in Chanel

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Kate Middleton in Alexander McQueen

Anya Taylor Joy in Gucci

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Penélope Cruz in Atelier Versace

Naomie Harris in Gucci

Michelle Williams in Louis Vuitton


Beyonce in Peter Dundas

Rhianna in Armani

Adele in Givenchy

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Jlo in Ralph and Russo

Spot the difference:

Blue Ivy in Gucci

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And the WTF of the night goes to...

We'll leave you with this drop mic moment...

Now that's #girlpower

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Sheri Scott, also known as the orange hair and glasses behind leading Scottish based fashion and lifestyle blog, Forever Yours Betty.
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