Though the Golden Globes are but a memory and the Oscars aren’t until February 27, there are plenty of red carpet events to look forward to in the meantime, including the BAFTA Awards in London. The nominations for the February 13 ceremony, considered by many to be the British equivalent of the Oscars, were announced this morning. Black Swan is a top contender; nominated for Best Film, Best Costume Design, and Best Hair and Makeup, while Golden Globe winner Natalie Portman garnered another Best Actress nod. We’re excited to see that Hailee Steinfeld also landed in the best leading actress category for True Grit, a first for the 14-year-old. And Easy A‘s Emma Stone is nominated for the Orange Wednesdays Rising Star Award, the only category decided on by a public online vote. (However, only U.K. residents are eligible.) For more, check out the full list of nominees.
Mila Kunisdidn’t pick a dress off the runway or off the rack for her Golden Globes appearance, where she was nominated for Best Supporting Actress. It was all custom. “This dress came as a sketch,” the Black Swan actress told us at the Critics Choice Awards in Los Angeles, where she was dressed in a black Nini Ricci look. “We had tried on other dresses. Then, this sketch came in and we thought the sketch was beautiful. In four days, this person made the dress, and whipped it up!” Kunis’s custom creation turned out to be an emerald green one-shoulder gown by Vera Wang (shown). How speedy Wang was in creating her beautiful look!
[tiImage width=”300″ height=”400″ url=”http://img2.timeinc.net/instyle/images/2010/wrn/123010-portman-rodarte-400.jpg” credit=”Courtesy Everett Collection; Jill Johnson/JPI” align=”left” border=”1″ alt=””]Museums love Rodarte! After a successful exhibition at New York’s Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum in 2010, the label—designed by sisters Kate and Laura Mulleavy—is getting another museum run at the Museum of Contemporary Art’s Pacific Design Center in Los Angeles starting March 4th. The exhibit will include Rodarte’s runway creations as well as the phenomenal custom costumes worn by Natalie Portman in Black Swan. So if you were wondering how those feathers look in person, you’ll get your chance to find out this spring. The exhibition will run through June.