BAFTAs 2020: Scarlett Johansson wows in a blush pink gown with feather train

Lauren Clark

She’s famed for her flawless red carpet style and Scarlett Johansson did not disappoint at the BAFTAs tonight.

The actress, 35, arrived at the Royal Albert Hall in London in a gorgeous blush pink gown by Versace.

As well as a form-fitting silhouette that showed off her curves and tattoos, the dress also featured dazzling sequin detailing and a beautiful feather train.

Finishing off the look, the star - who was up for two gongs, including best actress for Marriage Story and best supporting actress for Jojo Rabbit - wore her hair in an elegant up-do with natural make-up and diamond earrings.

Scarlett Johansson looked pretty in blush pink on the BAFTA red carpet [Image: Getty]
The actress opted for a gorgeous Versace dress [Image: Getty]

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Scarlett’s head-turning outfit drew praise on Twitter from fashion fans.

One person wrote: “Stunning!”

Another commented: “Wow.”

A third person, who was particularly impressed, shared: “I’m no Scarlett Johansson fan but this LEWK.”

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The star joined a host of other well-dressed celebrities at this evening’s BAFTAs who also opted for a pink-hued ensemble.

Renee Zellweger, 50, looked pretty in a baby pink off-shoulder dress, while Florence Pugh, 24, stood out in a bright pink mini dress with statement puff sleeves and a dramatic train.

Additionally, Laura Dern, 52, wowed in a fuchsia gown by Valentino with a sash neckline and diamante detailing.

Florence Pugh wowed in a bright pink mini dress with a dramatic train [Image: PA]
Laura Dern wore a beautiful Valentino gown in fuchsia [Image: PA]

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Another famous attendee at tonight’s glamorous event to receive praise for her look was the Duchess of Cambridge.

Arriving with Prince William, the royal mum-of-three slipped on a dazzling floor-length gown with gold embroidery by Alexander McQueen, which she first wore in Malaysia during a 2012 tour.

Kate, 38, refreshed the look with glitzy gold accessories, including a pair of sparkly Jimmy Choo Romy pumps and a matching clutch bag. 

She also didn’t shy away when it came to jewellery, opting for some major bling in the form of a statement clover leaf necklace and matching drop earrings by Van Cleef & Arpels.

Her repeat outfit came as it was announced that this year’s BAFTA guests were asked to rewear or hire outfits in an effort to create a “carbon-neutral” ceremony.

They were given a sustainable fashion guide created by the London College of Fashion to help them navigate the new environmentally-conscious dress code.

Another adopter of the trend was Renee Zellweger in baby pink [Image: PA]

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As well as wearing something already hanging in their wardrobe, they suggested guests opted for second-hand or hired an ensemble.

They recommended pre-owned outlets such as Vestiare Collective and Depop, or rental sites including Hurr Collective, By Rotation and My Wardrobe HQ.

Should guests insist on making a fresh purchase, they highlighted Stella McCartney and Reformation as sustainable brands who use eco-friendly materials.