Cillian Murphy, honored with the BAFTA for leading actor for his compelling portrayal of J. Robert Oppenheimer, arrives alongside Andrew Scott, one of the ceremony's presenters, at the BAFTA Film Awards held in London on Sunday.

The Royal Festival Hall in London was graced by the presence of stars from some of the past year's most notable films as they gathered for the prestigious BAFTA Film Awards on Sunday. Hosted by actor David Tennant, the ceremony celebrated achievements in British filmmaking, although American celebrities made a significant appearance on the actual red carpet.

The acclaimed film "Oppenheimer" emerged as the night's major victor, clinching seven awards, including the coveted Best Film accolade. Despite this, American talents clinched victories in three out of four acting categories, with Emma Stone and Da'Vine Joy Randolph securing wins for Leading and Supporting Actress respectively, and Robert Downey Jr. taking home the Supporting Actor award. However, the spotlight wasn't just on the awards; both American and British stars showcased their distinctive fashion choices as they made their grand entrances at the event.

Robert Downey Jr., who clinched the BAFTA for Best Supporting Actor for his role in "Oppenheimer," looked sharp in attire from Stella McCartney.
Margot Robbie, nominated for Leading Actress for her role in "Barbie," made a stunning appearance at the BAFTA event.
Emma Stone, acclaimed for her leading role in "Poor Things," graced the BAFTA stage in an elegant ensemble by Louis Vuitton as she accepted the prestigious award for Leading Actress.
Paul Mescal, nominated for Best Supporting Actor for his role in "All of Us Strangers," opted for a Gucci outfit for the occasion.
Sandra Hüller, a nominee for two BAFTA Awards, donned a Louis Vuitton ensemble for the event.
Barry Keoghan, nominated for leading actor in "Saltburn," showcased a Burberry attire for the occasion.
Carey Mulligan, nominated for leading actress in "Maestro," stunned in her ensemble for the event.
Emily Blunt, nominated for supporting actress in "Oppenheimer," turned heads with her attire at the ceremony.
Florence Pugh, a cast member of "Oppenheimer," the BAFTA winner for best film, showcased a custom Harris Reed creation on the red carpet.
Kingsley Ben-Adir, renowned for "Bob Marley: One Love" and serving as one of the ceremony's presenters, opted for a stylish Gucci ensemble.
Phoebe Dynevor, up for the EE Rising Star Award, showcased her style in a stunning Louis Vuitton ensemble.
Fantasia Barrino-Taylor, nominated for leading actress in "The Color Purple," dazzled in a custom Benchellal creation.
Paul Giamatti, nominated for leading actor in "The Holdovers," made a stylish appearance at the event.
Rosamund Pike, nominated for supporting actress for "Saltburn," made a stunning appearance at the event.
David Tennant took on the role of host for the BAFTA Film Awards, marking his debut as the event's emcee.