Two gorgeous ladies chose to wear British designer Vivienne Westwood to the BAFTA awards.

Dame Vivienne's classic black dresses straddled the generations, proving style has nothing to do with age. The first Westwood dress was sported by Christina Hendricks, a woman made to wear the Dame's classic corset shape, and model for Westwood's Palladium jewellery collection. Her romantic dress had a heavily ruched top half with one mini-sleeve, and a tie belt to cinch the waist.


Next up comes Meryl Streep, in a strapless satin dress with a matching waspie that makes her waist look miniscule. The jewel-studded shrug gives her a bit of much-needed warmth on the cold red carpet, making the whole look a little more practical, but no less glamorous.


Who do you think wore Westwood better? Christina or Meryl?