BAFTA Awards ArmaniGiorgio Armani dressed select nominees, presenters and attendees at the 72nd British Academy Film & Television Awards. The BAFTA ceremony took place tonight, Sunday February 10, at the Royal Albert Hall in London.

Nominee Viola Davis wore a custom Armani Privé black silk velvet gown with a white silk faille bow at the neckline. Davis was nominated in the category of Leading Actress for her work in “Widows.”

Nominee Christian Bale wore a Giorgio Armani black wool two-button peak lapel tuxedo trimmed in black satin, along with a black evening shirt and a neck tie. Bale was nominated in the category of Leading Actor for his work in “Vice.”

Presenter Elizabeth Debicki wore an Armani Privé fully embellished black crystal gown with an embroidered black, cream and gold stripe ruffled peplum detailing.

Presenter Chiwetel Ejiofor wore a Giorgio Armani midnight blue textured evening jacket with peak lapels trimmed in satin, along with navy blue trousers and a pleated silk evening shirt with a midnight blue bow tie.

Presenter Taron Egerton wore a Giorgio Armani Made to Measure emerald green velvet peak lapel evening jacket trimmed in black grosgrain, along with classic black evening trousers, a white evening shirt and a black bow tie.

Presenter Olga Kurylenko wore an Armani Privé midi-length gown in red and royal blue silk gauze, embroidered with sequins and crystals.

BAFTA Party Attendees Wearing Giorgio Armani

Taron Egerton selected a Giorgio Armani textured grey wool suit for the British Academy Film Awards Nominees Party that took place on Saturday, February 9.

Jack O’Connell wore an Emporio Armani navy blue wool suit with a grey turtleneck sweater to the VOGUE x BAFTA after party.