DescriptionColour clashing Victoriana, ill-fitting stripes and garish prints: Caitriona Balfe, Edith Bowman and Heloise Letissier lead the stars who got it wrong on the BAFTA red carpet It's one of the biggest nights in film and television, with the stars clamouring to walk the red carpet at the 70th annual BAFTAs ceremony at the Royal Albert Hall on Sunday night.But not every star was turning heads for the right reason with the likes of Caitriona Balfe, Edith Bowman, Heloise Letissier and Sian Welby among those missing the mark when it came to picking out their gowns.Irish actress Caitriona, 37, donned a gown that did nothing for her phenomenal figure, with the garment swamping her slender frame whilst the clashing colours proved to be quite the eyesore. Also making a questionable fashion choice on the red carpet was Edith Bowman, 43, who opted for a near-hallucinogenic patterned multicoloured gown which did no favours for her physique.Ill-fitting in design, the pretty blonde was swamped in fabric, with swathes of colour and print concealing her lithe frame and hiding her sensational curves. Adding to the unusual nature of the ensemble she wore her golden locks in an 80s style quiff that looked out of place with her gown and exposed a pair of oversized earrings. Not all the stars opted for gowns, with Heloise Letissier - also known as Christine and the Queens - donning a dramatically flared monochrome suit. Trailing behind her as she walked, the garment billowed behind her on the red carpet, yet despite the oversized nature of her ensemble, her shirt proved to be too small, flashing a hint of stomach. She accessorised with a pair of patent oversized boots which appeared to be a nod to the grunge fashion phase of the 90s and peeked out beneath her flared trousers. Another misjudged two-piece was donned by Sian Welby - who for a weather presenter appeared to have misjudged the weather and donned a pair of green sunglasses. She teamed the vibrant specs with an even brighter shirt, which was adorned with silver sequins that dazzled beneath her black blazer.She teamed the garment with tailored trousers and a peep toe shoe boot. Looking worlds away from her typically glamorous self, Best Supporting Actress nominee, Naomie Harris, 40, donned an oversized tulle Gucci gown that flattered neither her frame nor complexion.The baby pink top washed out her flawless complexion, whilst the overload of ruffles shrouded her slender frame. Two large orange roses highlighted her waist, but proved to be too much embellishment on an already busy gown. The skirt flared out to full length, hiding her lean legs, whilst an orange clutch bag clashed with her ensemble.Shrouding her figure, Zoe Ball, 46, also donned an unflattering gown, which was black with glittering gold embellishment. The blouson sleeve top did nothing to highlight her svelte wait, whilst the skirt flared out to ankle length, exposing a pair of black pointed heels. Zoe still looked impeccably youthful, however, on the night as her golden locks were styled in loose waves and a neutral make-up palette accentuated her flawless features. The BAFTAs, hosted by Stephen Fry, will be broadcast on BBC One on the day, with high hopes for Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling's flick La La Land winning big after nabbing 11 nominations. Winners are chosen by Bafta's 6,500 members, except for the EE Rising Star Award, which is voted for by the public.The nominations list was a triumph for BBC Films, whose projects received 10 nominations overall.I, Daniel Blake received five nominations, Florence Foster Jenkins received four and Denial received one.But Hollywood's big flick La La Land will be the one to watch this year, if its string of success is anything to go by.