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’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.”
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.
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.
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.