As celebrities are gearing up for the BAFTAs, HELLO! Online has had a sneak peek into the gift bags the glam attendees will be taking home from the starry ceremony. Read on to discover some of the luxury goodies which are up for grabs this year.
For the second year running, Noble Isle – a luxury bath products brand – will feature in the gift bags, along with other luxury British brands such as Hackett, 88 Rue Du Rhone and Taittinger.
The BAFTA gift bags are filled with luxurious goodies
Some of the stand out to be feature include Hotel Chocolat Champagne Truffles, Lancome and Noble Isle products, a Yoko London scented candle, Fortnum & Mason's special BAFTA blend of tea, Cocorose London's Barbican foldable shoes with matching travel purse, satin bag and a red carpet inspired presentation box.
While Noble Isle's Fireside Bath & Shower Gel and Body Lotion will be given away on the night, the brand’s Lightening Oak fragrance will be providing scent for the 'Style Suites' at the Savoy Hotel, where the stars prep to get red-carpet ready before the big event.
Benedict Cumberbatch, Felicity Jones and Rosamund Pike are only some of the stars to attend this year's ceremony, which will be hosted by Stephen Fry.
"The opportunity to help the Academy promote filmmaking and encourage cinema-going means a lot to me,” Stephen said of the honour.
"I've met many heroes and had the honour of introducing many young talents that are now busy forging remarkable careers for themselves".
The BAFTA masks have been forged ahead of the ceremony
The preparations have been in full swing since early days of this year and the spectacular BAFTA mask trophies are now ready to be presented to the talented winners.
Last year Cate Blanchett won the Best Leading Actress award for Blue Jasmine and Chiwetel Ejiofor won Best Leading Actor for 12 years of Slave.
Leading the way of nominations this year is the Stephen Hawking biopic, The Theory of Everything, which has been listed in all four of the major categories.
For full list of nominations, click here.
The star-studded event will take place at The Royal Opera House on 8 February.