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Killing Eve star Jodie Comer wowed fans at the BAFTAs in a plunging tuxedo dress with a thigh-high split. The actress, who won the Lead Actress award for her role in the drama Help, donned the sleeveless custom-made BOSS dress, and teamed it with peep-toe Jimmy Choos to finish off the look.
When Jodie accepted her award on the night, she revealed how she got the part in the pandemic drama, which focuses around a care home and the effects of Covid-19 on residents. "I slid into the screenwriter's DMs years ago to say I wanted to work with him," she laughed.
Jodie wasn't the only one on the red carpet to subvert traditional menswear with a feminine twist. Oscar winner Olivia Colman, who starred in nominated drama The Landscapers, wore a black trouser suit with a tuxedo-style jacket, paired with strappy heels.
Get the tuxedo look:
If you're looking to emulate Jodie's chic look, this Fendi dress is bang on. It's 100% silk, has a panelled design down the front, and a slit down the front too.
This gives the same tuxedo vibes as Jodie's dress, but with a twist. It's the ultimate power dress; it has sharp tailoring, a waist-defining tie belt and wrap-over lapels. Seriously sharp.
Jodie wore Jimmy Choos to finish off her outfit, and you can too. These are a slightly different style from hers, but have the same peep toe and towering heel.
These ultra high heels are a budget version of Jodie's shoes. They have a faux leather upper and a peep toe at the front.
This stunning velvet tux jacket and pants are a great way to add a touch of glam to your wardrobe, just like Olivia. The loose cut blazer gives the outfit a really contemporary look.
This chic jacket has notch lapels, padded shoulders and a single button fastening which together give a feminine take on tailoring.
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