December 5th was a night to remember as actors, actresses, directors and other members of the film industry took center stage for the Moet British Independent Film Awards in London. Held at the Old Billingsgate Market, the evening’s top films honored included Never Let Me Go, The King’s Speech, Four Lions, Kick-Ass, and Monsters.
Clad in a colorful Prabal Gurung frock, Carey Mulligan stunned onlookers with her natural beauty. The Best Actress winner completed her look with classic black peep-toe pumps, but Steve Madden’s Caryssas are the perfect selection for strutting down the red carpet. This platform beauty-of-a-pump in blush would have also done a better job at elongating Mulligan’s legs.
As a double winner for the evening, Helena Bonham Carter definitely had something to celebrate about. She partied the night away in her turquoise and black puffy dress with Mary Jane heels adorned with a cute bow. This actress could have monopolized on her eccentric personal style with Stuart Weitzman Evening Outnout sandal in silver.
Winner for Most Promising Newcomer for the film In Our Name, actress Joanne Froggatt donned an asymmetrical strapless black dress that landed at shin’s length with ebony heels. To break up the monotony of the black on black ensemble, we would have suggested Froggatt go with the Susie grey sandal from the Vera Wang Lavender collection. Moreover, the stone detailing highlights the satin evening sandal elevated by a stiletto heel and platform.