The stars of the small screen took to the red carpet in soaring temperatures for the biggest night in television. Here’s our pick of the fashion winners at this year’s BAFTA TV Awards.

Claudia Winkleman wears a white suit from The Kooples. Styled by Sinead McKeefry.

From the stellar Oscars turnout to the controversial Met Gala, is there any wonder that we’re more than a little obsessed with what celebs will wear next? Last night it was the turn of the most recognised stars from the telly. They upped the glam factor in an array of cut-out dresses, black gowns and shimmering designer numbers from the likes of Louis Vuitton, Armani Privé and Marchesa. But, unsurprisingly, it was Strictly Come Dancing and Traitors front lady that turned our heads.

Styled by trusted and, quite frankly, brilliant stylist, Sinead McKeefry, Claudia Winkleman wore an all white suit from The Kooples. It was sleek, cool and so very fashion. Apparently totally unplanned, but her co-star, Tess Daly, was also in white – the Winnie gown by Rachel Gilbert. The duo and Strictly team won Best Entertainment, so the killer styling paid off.

The BAFTA Best Supporting Actress Award was won by Top Boy star, Jasmine Jobson, and boy, did she look like she was made for the red carpet in a metallic Louis Vuitton gown. Other looks of the night to wow, were The Crown‘s Elizabeth Debicki‘s sleek jumpsuit and Eleanor Tomlinson, of One Day fame, in the most exquisite Marchesa dress.

And, of course, Bond girl, Lashana Lynch deserves a mention for her sleek, pared back dress by 16 Arlington. If it was hot on the red carpet, she certainly cooled things down… in style. Speaking of red hot, sound the klaxon, because broadcaster and Glassette founder, Laura Jackson looked utterly spectacular in a scarlet Huishan Zhang masterpiece. We’re talking dress of dreams.

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The Crown’s Elizabeth Debicki stunned in a shimmering midnight blue silk jumpsuit by Armani privé. Styled by elizabeth saltzman.

Eleanor Tomlinson wears dramatic Marchesa. Styled By Rebecca Corbin-Murray.

The awards season is the perfect opportunity to showcase the latest creations from all the designers’ latest collections.

The glam squads were out in force, dotted across London working their hair, make-up and styling magic on all the celebs before they hit the red carpet at the Royal Festival Hall.

Actress and Bond girl, Lashana Lynch was the epitome of cool in a grey dress by 16 Arlington founder, Marco Capaldo. Stylist Karen Clarkson complemented the look with Louboutin heels and the most covetable jewellery by Completedworks.

Styled by Rachel Bakewell, Laura Jackson really looked not just Bafta-ready, but Oscars-ready. So obsessed with her Violette gown by Huishan Zhang, I hunted it down. We have officially launched the ‘buy the dress’ fund.

Laura Whitmore looked every inch the celebrity in a lavender Gucci gown. But this was no ordinary glitzy situation. Designed by Parisian Atelier Guy Laroche, it’s an original from the Gucci Fall/Winter 2007 runway. Found on vintage specialist site, Circle Of Style and styled by Whitmore’s go-to fashionista Emma Lane, there was no chance of anyone else rocking the same outfit. Heavily embellished with a purple geometric sequin design, it was the perfect choice to glimmer on the BAFTA red carpet.

Even celebrities embrace the merits of vintage or pre-loved. Circle of Style claims to make secondhand shopping easy and with Gucci numbers like this available, we’re ready to shop.

It would be wrong not to mention Baby Reindeer, right?

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