BAFTA Awards 2012: Michelle Williams in H&M! Melissa George in Victoria Beckham!

Grazia Daily is on the red carpet at the BAFTA Awards 2012 to catch a first glimpse of the attendees, from Rooney Mara to Michelle Williams, and bring you details of what they're wearing.

So far, we've seen Fearne Cotton looking stunning in a coral Moschino number. And, very excitingly, our very own Guest Editor, Miss Piggy, is looking terribly glam in Louis Vuitton, no less. Yep, the star of The Muppets has taken centre stage in her Fifties-inspired gown, in an elegant powder shade of beige, and will be busy interviewing the guests. Loving your work, Miss P!

Subject: LOUIS VUITTON to dress MISS PIGGY as she hosts The Orange BAFTA Red Carpet

Jessica Chastain is looking utterly divine in Oscar de la Renta. How does she feel to be at the BAFTAs? 'I worked in London and I'm such a fan of the actors and directors and writers in this country so it's a big deal to be here - and to be a nominee is incredible,' she says. 'It's great the fact I get to walk next to George Clooney and Kenneth Brannagh... It's bizarre but wonderful.'

Talking of red heads, we ask Emilia Fox what it's like now she's gone from blonde to a stunning copper shade. 'It's forced me to buy a new wardrobe!' she says.

As Jessica mentioned, George Clooney has arrived and naturallement, squeals are erupting. When Grazia asks him what he's wearing tonight, he refused to tell us. Ooh, diva much?!

Back to the dresses, the gorgeous Poppy Delevigne has chosen to wear a burgundy red dress from Escada's Spring Summer 2012 collection featuring a sexy drop back. Meanwhile, Bonnie Wright is looking fab in a vintage frock teamed with Prada accessories, topped off with a dashing Jamie Campbell Bower in a suit and black shirt. And here's Gillian Anderson braving the cold in her strapless gown by Sybil Connolly. How is she surviving the London chill? 'I'm not surviving!' she says.

Hurrah! The first red carpet hit from Victoria Beckham has arrived. Yes, Melissa George is wearing a gown by the British designer, who showed in New York earlier today. Her dress looks amazing - it's floor-length and black covered in twinkling embellishments. She's topped it off with a colour-popping bright pink lip.

Penelope Cruz is here! Penelope Cruz is here! And she's looking amaze in Armani Prive. Bring on the superstar guests... Michelle Williams is doing it for the British high-street in a custom-made dress by H&M. That's our girl.

Have a scroll through the gallery above to see more of the attendee's outfits, from Tilda Swinton in Celine to Meryl Streep.

Stay tuned to this very page - and Grazia_Live's Twitter feed - as we bring you the latest looks direct from the BAFTA Awards!



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