Who wears the trousers in Brangelina? They both do, obviously.
Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt may have gone home without any individual BAFTAs at last night's British Academy Film Awards but the Hollywood power couple have been two of the most talked-about attendees since the glittering ceremony. The actors turned up at the event in the matching attire of tuxedos and black ties and Angelina served as her fiance's touch-up stylist, tweaking his bowtie on the red carpet.
Brad Pitt & Angelina Jolie Rocked Up In Matching Suits At The BAFTAs.
Whilst Brad kept his look polished and smart, Angelina opted to dress her look down with an open-necked shirt, loose silk tie and tousled hair. The Tomb Raider actress' choice to ditch a party frock in favour of a Saint Laurent blazer turned heads at the awards and made her the ceremony's style icon.
The BAFTAs style this year was excellent across the board, with Lupita Nyong'o in Dior Couture a particular highlight, but Angelina proved her star power in her daring trouser suit.
Tinie Tempah, Who Performed At The Awards, Received Pplenty Of Love From The A-Listers In Attendance.
Pitt's 12 Years A Slave was tipped to be the runaway hit of the night but in the end was forced to share its glory with Gravity, which scooped six BAFTAs to 12 Years' two. However, Steve McQueen's slavery drama managed to get one in over Gravity, taking the coveted Best Film honour. Pitt celebrated as part of the movie's talented cast during an evening stuffed with truly exemplary British entertainment.
British rapper Tinie Tempah performed alongside soul singer Laura Mvula to kick off the prize giving and the cheeky Tinie even managed a sneaky high-five from Prince William, who was sitting on the front row. The 25 year-old performer found himself particularly popular with the A-listers at the ceremony's after party, with Brad and Angelina eager to pose for a photo with the hip hop star.
Angelina's Choice To Opt Away From A Frock Made Her The Talk Of The Evening.
Tinie looked every inch the A-lister himself at the event, sporting a luxe velvet blue blazer for his performance then swapping into a crisp white, three-piece suit with bowtie for the after-party at the London Edition Hotel. Whilst there, he made sure to congratulate the 12 Years star Lupita Nyong'o who has had a successful run at the awards so far, but missed out on the Best Supporting Actress BAFTA to American Hustle's Jennifer Lawrence.