Lucy Boynton, star of Bohemian Rhapsody – a BAFTA-nominated film featuring Swarovski-embellished costumes – also looked to eco-chic adornments for the evening. She paired her whimsical gown with Atelier Swarovski Fine Jewelry pieces from exclusive designer collections including the Ángel Earrings and Ring by Penélope Cruz and the Arc-En-Ciel Ring by Paige Novick.
Presenter AJ Odudu glowed in a silver gown and Moonsun Multi-Strand Earrings from the new celestial jewelry collection by Penélope Cruz, while holographic digital supermodel Shudu shimmered in golden Atelier Swarovski Fluid Drop Earrings.
The British Academy of Film and Television Arts is a leading independent arts charity, and in addition to its Awards ceremonies and dazzling red carpet moments, works to inspire and nurture talent with workshops, scholarships and masterclasses.
Swarovski partners with the Academy to present one such class: the BAFTA Craft Session on Costume Design. Held each year during Awards weekend, the panel discussion invites Swarovski collaborators and BAFTA nominees to reveal the secrets behind their sparkling costume designs.
This year, Alexandra Byrne of Mary Queen of Scots and Julian Day of Bohemian Rhapsody were in attendance, as well as previous Swarovski collaborators and BAFTA winners Sandy Powell and Mary Zophres.
2019 marks the 4th year Swarovski has partnered with the BAFTA to support talent and creativity in the arts.