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  • @TaylorSwift at the 72nd British Academy Film Awards | London, England | February 10, 2019
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@StellaMcCartney gown
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A soft princess moment. Let’s call it modern Cinderella. Taylor made an appearance to support Joe Alwyn at tonight’s BAFTAs in a pale blue tulle gown by Stella McCartney. Props to Taylor for attending a British event in a well-known British designer. 
While it isn’t the couture caped moment I had envisioned, I’ll take this as a very minor win from my BAFTAs predictions. 
Your thoughts?
  • @TaylorSwift at the 72nd British Academy Film Awards | London, England | February 10, 2019
    _______________________________________________________
    @StellaMcCartney gown
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    A soft princess moment. Let’s call it modern Cinderella. Taylor made an appearance to support Joe Alwyn at tonight’s BAFTAs in a pale blue tulle gown by Stella McCartney. Props to Taylor for attending a British event in a well-known British designer.
    While it isn’t the couture caped moment I had envisioned, I’ll take this as a very minor win from my BAFTAs predictions.
    Your thoughts?
  • 9,185 114 11 February, 2019

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  • @TaylorSwift at the British Academy Film Awards | London, England | February 10, 2019
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@DelfinaDelettrez ‘Interlinked Hoop Earring’ - $3,015.00 (sold out)
@RupertSanderson ‘Nicolette Velvet Sandal’ - $830.00 
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Taylor is wearing a white gold and diamond version of these interlinked hoop earrings.
  • @TaylorSwift at the British Academy Film Awards | London, England | February 10, 2019
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    @DelfinaDelettrez ‘Interlinked Hoop Earring’ - $3,015.00 (sold out)
    @RupertSanderson ‘Nicolette Velvet Sandal’ - $830.00
    _______________________________________________________
    Taylor is wearing a white gold and diamond version of these interlinked hoop earrings.
  • 4,443 36 11 February, 2019

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  • Amy arriving at the Bafta after-party hosted by Vogue at Annabel’s club in London. (Feb 10)
  • Amy arriving at the Bafta after-party hosted by Vogue at Annabel’s club in London. (Feb 10)
  • 5,459 44 12 February, 2019

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  • Taylor at the #BAFTA Awards tonight in London.
  • Taylor at the #BAFTA Awards tonight in London.
  • 2,077 13 11 February, 2019

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  • Representations of the queens Elizabeth I and Mary Stuart in the culture of the 21st Century (cinema or television)
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The Virgin Queen (2005-2006)
This four-episode BBC miniseries features Anne-Marie Duff as Elizabeth I and Charlotte Winner as Mary Stuart. Duff was nominated for BAFTA for Best Actress in 2007 for this role.
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Elizabeth: The Golden Age (2007)
To continue the story of the renowned Elizabeth film of 1998, this sequence features the return of Cate Blanchett in the lead role (Elizabeth I) and the debut of Samantha Morton as Mary, Queen of Scots. It won an Oscar in 2008 in the category of Best Costume Design.
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Mary, Queen of Scots (2013)
Although Elizabeth I does not appear in this film, she is constantly quoted. In the role of Mary Stuart, Camille Rutherford recounts her life from end to the beginning to her cousin when she received her death sentence from her.
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Reign (2013-2017)
This CW drama series features Adelaide Kane in the role of Mary, Queen of Scots, and Rachel Skarsten in the role of Elizabeth I, who appears in the plot from the last episode of Season Two forward. The series was canceled in the fourth season.
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Mary, Queen of Scots (2018)
This film has two actresses already nominated for an Oscar for Best Actress for previous works: Saoirse Ronan as Mary Stuart and Margot Robbie as Elizabeth I. In the film, which is being nominated for two Oscars in 2019 (Best Costume Design and Best Makeup and Hairstyle), there is, however, a scene that never happened: the meeting of the two Queens.
  • Representations of the queens Elizabeth I and Mary Stuart in the culture of the 21st Century (cinema or television)
    .
    The Virgin Queen (2005-2006)
    This four-episode BBC miniseries features Anne-Marie Duff as Elizabeth I and Charlotte Winner as Mary Stuart. Duff was nominated for BAFTA for Best Actress in 2007 for this role.
    .
    Elizabeth: The Golden Age (2007)
    To continue the story of the renowned Elizabeth film of 1998, this sequence features the return of Cate Blanchett in the lead role (Elizabeth I) and the debut of Samantha Morton as Mary, Queen of Scots. It won an Oscar in 2008 in the category of Best Costume Design.
    .
    Mary, Queen of Scots (2013)
    Although Elizabeth I does not appear in this film, she is constantly quoted. In the role of Mary Stuart, Camille Rutherford recounts her life from end to the beginning to her cousin when she received her death sentence from her.
    .
    Reign (2013-2017)
    This CW drama series features Adelaide Kane in the role of Mary, Queen of Scots, and Rachel Skarsten in the role of Elizabeth I, who appears in the plot from the last episode of Season Two forward. The series was canceled in the fourth season.
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    Mary, Queen of Scots (2018)
    This film has two actresses already nominated for an Oscar for Best Actress for previous works: Saoirse Ronan as Mary Stuart and Margot Robbie as Elizabeth I. In the film, which is being nominated for two Oscars in 2019 (Best Costume Design and Best Makeup and Hairstyle), there is, however, a scene that never happened: the meeting of the two Queens.
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  • She is too much 😂😂
  • She is too much 😂😂
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  • Reposted from @people -  Turns out #PrinceWilliam is a fan of #AStarIsBorn, too! The Duke of Cambridge met #BradleyCooper at the #BAFTAs, and he couldn’t help but let out a laugh: “I didn't know you could sing!” Tap the link in bio for more on the royal couple meeting acting royalty. ❤️
  • Reposted from @people - Turns out #PrinceWilliam is a fan of #AStarIsBorn , too! The Duke of Cambridge met #BradleyCooper at the #BAFTAs , and he couldn’t help but let out a laugh: “I didn't know you could sing!” Tap the link in bio for more on the royal couple meeting acting royalty. ❤️
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  • #ifbealestreetcouldtalk 7/10 great cinematography but don’t go and watch this if you’re looking for an uplifting film it’s very slow and a little depressing but well worth a watch
  • #ifbealestreetcouldtalk 7/10 great cinematography but don’t go and watch this if you’re looking for an uplifting film it’s very slow and a little depressing but well worth a watch
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  • We dissect the design and decor of The Favourite with it’s BAFTA, BFDG, ADG Award-winning and Oscar-nominated Production Designer Fiona Crombie – including details of the ball 💃 , dinner 🍽 and duck race 🦆 scenes in the Great Hall (shown here) filmed at Hatfield House.
The chequered black-and-white marble floor in Hatfield’s Great Hall helped Crombie to develop the design palette for the film with a monochromatic field of golds, champagnes, pineapple and oak tones – an idea that came from (three-time Oscar winner and and eleven-time nominee) costume designer Sandy Powell. “We were all delighted by the way that the costumes sit in this gold and wooden warm world,” says Crombie. The idea of using the space flexibly is shown in several scenes which take place in the Great Hall such as the duck race where 30 benches suddenly appear in the space. Crombie explains: “Its all about feeling free to flip the spaces… We don’t need to know where the 30 benches come from. Then next time we’re there it’s a ball and then all of a sudden it’s Abigail’s dinner and it flips again. There’s that possibility of things changing from moment to moment.” Set Decorator Alice Fenton adds: “There was some prop-heavy dressing on this film. Each set we’ve done we’ve had to do a big changeover”.
Read the full story at FilmandFurniture.com
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#BFDG #BFDGawards @fiona_crombie_ @alicefelton0 #BAFTAS #OSCARS #thefavourite #oliviacolman #rachelweisz #emmastone #fionacrombie #alicefenton 
#filming #film #films #movie #movies #cinema #productiondesign #productiondesigner #setdesign #setdecorator #setdec #setdecoration #filmset #movieprops #artdepartment #filmandfurniture #Design #chequeredfloor
  • We dissect the design and decor of The Favourite with it’s BAFTA, BFDG, ADG Award-winning and Oscar-nominated Production Designer Fiona Crombie – including details of the ball 💃 , dinner 🍽 and duck race 🦆 scenes in the Great Hall (shown here) filmed at Hatfield House.
    The chequered black-and-white marble floor in Hatfield’s Great Hall helped Crombie to develop the design palette for the film with a monochromatic field of golds, champagnes, pineapple and oak tones – an idea that came from (three-time Oscar winner and and eleven-time nominee) costume designer Sandy Powell. “We were all delighted by the way that the costumes sit in this gold and wooden warm world,” says Crombie. The idea of using the space flexibly is shown in several scenes which take place in the Great Hall such as the duck race where 30 benches suddenly appear in the space. Crombie explains: “Its all about feeling free to flip the spaces… We don’t need to know where the 30 benches come from. Then next time we’re there it’s a ball and then all of a sudden it’s Abigail’s dinner and it flips again. There’s that possibility of things changing from moment to moment.” Set Decorator Alice Fenton adds: “There was some prop-heavy dressing on this film. Each set we’ve done we’ve had to do a big changeover”.
    Read the full story at FilmandFurniture.com
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    #BFDG #BFDGawards @fiona_crombie_ @alicefelton0 #BAFTAS #OSCARS #thefavourite #oliviacolman #rachelweisz #emmastone #fionacrombie #alicefenton
    #filming #film #films #movie #movies #cinema #productiondesign #productiondesigner #setdesign #setdecorator #setdec #setdecoration #filmset #movieprops #artdepartment #filmandfurniture #Design #chequeredfloor
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  • I’m back from my baecation and I will now catch up on anything I missed 🌹Starting with @andiniria meeting Rizzy again at the 2019 @bafta. It’s always great to see Riz taking the time meeting fans because after all - without us fans - none of this would be possible for Rizzy. Fan support should always be genuinely appreciated.... 😉 I will post more fan photos of Riz today. #eebaftas
  • I’m back from my baecation and I will now catch up on anything I missed 🌹Starting with @andiniria meeting Rizzy again at the 2019 @bafta. It’s always great to see Riz taking the time meeting fans because after all - without us fans - none of this would be possible for Rizzy. Fan support should always be genuinely appreciated.... 😉 I will post more fan photos of Riz today. #eebaftas
  • 38 3 12 hours ago