Another Sunday, another new batch of rewards seems to fade away. The 2023 BAFTAs took place in London on February 19, bringing together stars from around the world to celebrate the best British and international films of the year. Film critic Ali Plumb and broadcaster Vick Hope host the red carpet at the Royal Festival Hall, spotlighting all the elegant dresses and suits.

Standout looks so far include Florence Pugh’s red ruffled dress, Hoyeon’s gold strapless ball gown and Jodie Turner-Smith’s rhinestone and feather embellished purple gown. Anya Taylor-Joy also wowed in a champagne-colored minidress and shawl, Cynthia Erivo made a dazzling entrance in a bronze dress with a structural neckline, and Sophie Turner chose a black lace number covered in multicolored gemstones.

It’s sure to be a big night at the ceremony, with Prince William and Kate Middleton set to make their first BAFTA appearances since 2020 and Helene Mirren to honor the late Queen Elizabeth with a special tribute.

This year’s nominees include Angela Bassett (“Black Panther: Wakanda Forever”), Ana de Armas (“Blonde”), Viola Davis (“The Woman King”), Paul Mescal (“Aftersun”), Michelle Yeoh (“Everything Everywhere All at Once”), and many more. Aimee Lou Wood, Daryl McCormack, Emma Mackey, Naomi Ackie and Sheila Atim are all up for the coveted Rising Star award, which celebrates emerging talent in the theater industry and is voted for by British audiences. The trophies will be presented on stage by familiar faces like Jodie Turner-Smith, Anya Taylor-Joy, Hoyeon, Regé Jean Page and Lily James.

Read ahead to admire our favorite BAFTA red carpet outfits so far, and stay tuned to see what everyone is changing up for the afterparties.