Where: Momo, London
Joanne Black style: Nicole Miller LBD, YSL heels, Damiani earrings, and a Chanel bag
What could be better than spending the day surrounded by beautiful clothes? Spending the day and night watching the latest fashions – and the fashionable – come to life.
The Bafta after show party was a style-spotting extravaganza. Here are the highlights…
Best dressed: Best Actress winner Carey Mulligan takes away my first award for her stunning black and white figure-hugging floral dress. She told me it was by famous French fashion house Vionnet, which was started by Madeleine Vionnet – the queen of the bias cut.
Best supporting style: Carey celebrated her win with sisters Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen. Mary-Kate looked fab in one of her favourite Astrakhan coats and Ashley showed us how to play it cool in a cream trench coat.
Best leading man: Ok, I’m torn on this one. Nominations include the dashing Colin Firth in a Tom Ford tux, and Matt Dillon and James Nesbitt – also sporting the tux look. I think, however, Josh Hartnett clinches it with his effortless style – grey beanie, a black leather jacket, red check shirt pulled and blue jeans.
Best star turn: Anyone would have thought Precious star – Gabourey Sidibe – had won a Bafta the way she was smiling. Wearing a taupe and gold floor-length dress with flat shoes, she oozed star quality.