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The best red-carpet jewellery at the BAFTA TV Awards 2021

Stars of the small screen mix high jewels with fashion rocks and independent designers, and we have all the details you need to recreate the best looks

June 8, 2021 By Rachael Taylor


London was a hive of glamour this Sunday as British TV’s brightest stars dressed up and turned out for the Bafta TV Awards 2021. As ever, our sartorial gaze stopped not on the swishing dresses, bold make up looks and sharp tuxes but the finer details – the jewellery worn on the red carpet.

 

The awards offered a mix of fine and fashion jewels, with a number of stars happily mixing the two. One such example of this flexi attitude to red carpet jewellery styling came courtesy of one of the night’s hosts, Vik Hope, who styled a black Versace dress with costume jewels from Versace, gold-plated silver designs from Stellar 79 and luxurious gold and diamond pieces from Bulgari’s new Serpenti Viper collection.

 

Jodie Comer, who was nominated for Leading Actress for Killing Eve, paid tribute to the late Elsa Peretti in a Claw necklace that the designer, who passed away in March, designed for Tiffany & Co. Michaela Cole, who won the Leading Actress award for her powerful performance in I May Destroy You, turned to cult fashion brand Alighieri for a stack of jewels to add drama to a bespoke gown by Maximilian.

 

One of the most accessible, but impactful red carpet jewellery looks at the Bafta TV Awards 2021, came courtesy of Bimini Bon-Boulash, star of RuPaul’s Drag Race UK. They accessorised an emerald-green gown using a pack of pre-styled ear cuffs, which cost less than £100 from genderless jewellery brand Mam.

 

There were strong jewellery looks from the men on the red carpet, too. Paul Mescal, who took home the Leading Actor award for his performance in Normal People, tapped into the trend for lapel accessories with a Cartier Juste un Clou tie pin adding sparkle to a Gucci suit. Paapa Essiedu, who was shortlisted for the same award for I May Destroy You, also chose to elevate his look with Cartier, selecting a Les Berlingots de Cartier pendant necklace worn over a white polo neck beneath an orange Valentino suit.

 

 

 

The best jewellery looks from the Bafta TV Awards 2021 red carpet

 


Michaela Cole x Aligheri_Best jewellery at the Baftas 2021

 

Michaela Cole wears Alighieri
gold-plated bronze The Unreal City choker, £850, shop at Alighieri
gold-plated bronze The Wasteland choker, £750, shop at Alighieri
gold-plated silver The Lost Dreamer ring, £280, shop at Alighieri
gold-plated silver The Unreal City ring set, £210, shop at Alighieri
Image credit: @christinaebenezer_ 

 

 

Zawe Ashton x Completedworks_Best jewellery at the Baftas 2021

 

Zawe Ashton wears Completedworks
gold-plated silver Deep State cuff, £255, shop at Completedworks
Image credit: @stephwilsonstylist 

 

 

Weruche Opia x Boodles_Best jewellery at the Baftas 2021

 

Weruche Opia wears Boodles
18ct gold and diamond Vintage Akshoka earrings, price on application, enquire at Boodles
Image credit: @christinaebenezer_ 

 

 

 

Vik Hope x Stellar 79 x Versace x Bulgari_Best jewellery at the Baftas 2021

 

Vik Hope wears Stellar 79, Versace & Bulgari
gold-plated silver Twirl necklace, £245, shop at Stellar 79
Tribute Gold-plated brass Medusa earrings, £280, shop at Versace
18ct gold and diamond Serpenti Viper necklace, £16,400, shop at Bulgari
Image credit: @viknhope 

 

 

Paul Mescal x Cartier x Hublot_Best jewellery at the Baftas 2021

 

Paul Mescal wears Cartier & Hublot
18ct gold and diamond Juste un Clou tie pin, £5,150, shop at Cartier
Classic Fusion Titanium Opalin watch, £6,400, shop at Hublot
Image credit: @zoemcconnell 

 

 

Paapa Essiedu x Cartier_Best jewellery at the Baftas 2021

 

Paapa Essiedu wears Cartier
18ct gold and snakewood Les Berlingots de Cartier necklace, £3,550, shop at Cartier
Image credit: @misanharriman 

 

 

Nicola Coughlan x Vashi_Best jewellery at the Baftas 2021

 

Nicola Coughlan wears Vashi
18ct gold and diamond Foundations hoop earrings, £1,380, shop at Vashi
Image credit: @billiescheepersphotography 

 

 

Lydia West x Jessica McCormack_Best jewellery at the Baftas 2021

 

Lydia West wears Jessica McCormack
18ct gold, pearl and diamond Signature Gypset earrings, £4,950, shop at Jessica McCormack
Image credit: @lydiawestie 

 

 

Jodie Comer x Tiffany_Best jewellery at the Baftas 2021

 

Jodie Comer wears Tiffany & Co
18ct gold and jade Elsa Peretti Claw necklace, £11,300, shop at Tiffany & Co
Image credit: @tomcraig 

 

 

Golda Rosheuvel x Completedworks_Best jewellery at the Baftas 2021

 

Golda Rosheuvel wears Completedworks
gold vermeil and pearl Gotcha earrings, £265, shop at Completedworks
Image credit: @goldarosheuvel

 

 

Crush Jumbo x Messika_Best jewellery at the Baftas 2021

 

Crush Jumbo wears Messika
18ct gold and diamond My Twin Multishape earring and cuff, €6,600, shop at Messika
Image credit: @cushjumbohere

 

 

Bimini Bon-Boulash x Mam_Best jewellery at the Baftas 2021

 

Bimini Bon-Boulash wears Mam
Gold-plated ear cuff pack, £96, shop at Mam
Image credit: @biminibabes

 

 

AJ Odudu x Bulgari_Best jewellery at the Baftas 2021

 

AJ Odudu wears Bulgari
18ct gold and diamond Serpenti Viper bracelet, £37,000, shop at Bulgari
18ct gold, rubellite and diamond Serpenti Spiga watch, enquire at Bulgari
Image credit: @ajodudu

 

 

Aimee Lou Wood x Miu Miu_Best jewellery at the Baftas 2021

 

Aimee Lou Wood wears Miu Miu
Base metal and crystal earrings, £310, shop at Miu Miu
Image credit: @aimeelouwood

 

 

Letitia Wright x One Carat _Best jewellery at the Baftas 2021

 

Letitia Wright wears One Carat
18ct gold and diamond earrings, £8,500, enquire at One Carat
Image credit: @britishvogue

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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