showed off her impeccable sense of style as she walked the red carpet at this year's Film Awards at the Royal Albert Hall in on Sunday.
The actress, 31, who won the Best Supporting Actress gong for her role as Anita in Steven Spielberg's adaptation of West Side Story, looked glamorous in a beautiful canary yellow custom Oscar De La Renta dress with a thigh-high split while wearing a pair of dazzling £32,800 Bulgari earrings.
The off-the-shoulder gown featured a red floral design on her hip while the train lay out behind her.
In style: Ariana DeBose, 31, showed off her impeccable sense of style as she walked the red carpet at this year's BAFTA Film Awards in custom Oscar De La Renta dress
She wore a pair of open-toed heels to add a few inches to her stature and went for a simple look with her make-up to show off her natural beauty.
The star opted for a pair of £32,800 Bulgari Divas' Dream 18 kt white gold openwork earrings set with two pear-shaped diamonds, two round brilliant-cut diamonds and pavé diamonds
Ariana stars as Anita in the 2021 movie West Side Story, with both Spielberg's version and the 1961 Robert Wise adaptation inspired by the original stage musical.
Movie magic: Ariana is nominated for Best Supporting Actress for her role as Anita in Steven Spielberg's 2021 adaptation of West Side Story (pictured in film)
Her character is the girlfriend of Bernardo, the doomed leader of the Puerto Rican gang The Sharks.
Although Spielberg's adaptation did poorly at the box office, where it has so far failed to make back its $100million (£76.7m) budget, it was a smashing success with critics, many of whom singled out Ariana's performance as the strongest in the film.
The nominations were announced last month with Dune, The Power Of The Dog and Belfast leading with 11, eight and six respectively.
Denis Villeneuve's star-studded sci-fi epic landed a slew of technical nods, along with a nod for the top prize for Best Film, while Jane Campion's dark Western and Kenneth Branagh's Irish biopic follows close behind with eight and six respectively.
While the Academy once again recognised three women in the Director's shortlist, this year's nominations fell short on BAFTA's vow to improve diversity, with only seven people of colour nominated in contrast to last year's 12.
It looks set to be a competitive evening in the acting categories, with Lady Gaga, Caitriona Balfe and Benedict Cumberbatch battling it out for the leading honours, alongside newcomers Kodi Smit-McPhee, Ariana DeBose and Adeel Akhtar.
Glamour puss: Ariana caught the eye in a bedazzled silver dress at the Charles Finch x Chanel Night Before BAFTA Dinner in London on Saturday night
While many of Dune's nominations came in the technical categories, it's also landed a nod for Best Film, alongside Belfast, Don't Look Up, Licorice Pizza and The Power of the Dog.
The critically-acclaimed film, the first of two films based on Frank Herbert's 1965 novel, had been tipped for awards glory, with Hans Zimmer once again recognised in the Original Score category, along with nods for Casting, Cinematography, Editing, Production Design, Costume Design, Makeup and Hair, Sound and Special Visual Effects.
After its success at the Golden Globes, the dark Western The Power of the Dog landed eight nominations, including Best Film, Director and Adapted Screenplay for Jane Campion, Leading Actor for Benedict Cumberbatch, Original Score, Cinematography, and two nominations in the Supporting Actor category for Kodi Smit-McPhee and Jesse Plemons
Following close behind is Belfast, which landed six nods despite an unexpected snub for Kenneth in the Director category.
The drama, which stars Jamie Dornan, Judi Dench and newcomer Jude Hill and is based on Kenneths' childhood growing up in Northern Ireland at the height of The Troubles, was also nominated for Outstanding British Film, Original Screenplay, Supporting Actress for Caitriona, Supporting Actor for Ciarán Hinds and Editing.
Following the surprise BAFTA success of 2012's Skyfall, the British Academy has also recognised Daniel Craig's swan song in the James Bond franchise, with five nominations.
The action-packed epic, which was delayed multiple times due to the Covid pandemic, landed nods for Outstanding British Film, Special Visual Effects, Editing, Cinematography and Sound.
In the Outstanding British Film category, Belfast and No Time To Die will fight it out for the honour alongside After Love, Ali & Ava, Boiling Point, Cyrano, Everybody's Talking About Jamie, House of Gucci, Last Night in Soho, and Passing.
The Leading Actress prize will go to either Lady Gaga (House of Gucci), Alana Haim (Licorice Pizza), Emilia Jones (Coda), Renate Reinsve (The Worst Person in the World), Joanna Scanlan (After Love), or Tessa Thompson (Passing).
Adeel Akhtar (Ali & Ava), Mahershala Ali (Swan Song), Benedict Cumberbatch (The Power of the Dog), Leonardo DiCaprio (Don't Look Up), Stephen Graham (Boiling Point) and Will Smith (King Richard) are shortlisted for the Leading Actor award.
Nominated for Best Supporting Actress are Caitríona Balfe (Belfast), Jessie Buckley (The Lost Daughter), Ariana Debose (West Side Story), Ann Dowd (Mass), Aunjanue Ellis (King Richard) and Ruth Negga (Passing).
Mike Faist (West Side Story), Ciarán Hinds (Belfast), Troy Kotsur (Coda), Woody Norman (C'mon C'mon), Jesse Plemons (The Power Of The Dog), Kodi Smit-Mcphee (The Power Of The Dog) have landed nods for Supporting Actor.
All of the performers in the Supporting Actor category are first-time nominees, with a total of 19 out of the 24 nominees up acting accolades earning their place on the shortlist for the first time.
Disney's critically-lauded musical Encanto leads the nominations for Animated Film, competing opposite Flee, Luca and The Mitchells Vs The Machines.
However, despite vows to improve diversity among the stars being nominated, this year's list of nods falls short on 2021, with seven people of colour nominated as opposed to last year's 12.
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