Maisie Williams flashes her lovely legs in quirky thigh-skimming patchwork dress as she picks up top prize at the 36th London Critics' Circle Film Awards
It was a big night for Maisie Williams.
The Game Of Thrones actress won the Young British/Irish Performer of the Year prize at the 36th London Critics' Circle Film Awards on Sunday night, and she did it looking fantastically stylish.
The 18-year-old rocked the red carpet at the annual event - held at London's May Fair hotel - wowing in a thigh-skimming dress with a unique design.
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Perfect pins! Maisie Williams looked lovely in a funky patchwork Markus Lupfer dress as she arrived at the 36th London Critics' Circle Film Awards at the May Fair Hotel on Sunday evening
The tiny Markus Lupfer dress was covered in a patchwork medley of cartoon Mexican luchador with masks on, holding a flower.
This fun design element sat over the top of a tiny figure-hugging black slip, allowing her petite curves to be seen and much of her toned, shapely legs, which she elongated with a pair of classic black pointed heels.
Maisie kept it fresh and youthful as she added a black choker to her look, complete wtih a pretty floral embellishment in the same black, red and white tones of her stand-out frock.
Working it: The Game Of Thrones star showed off her fantastic legs in the thigh-skimming garment, which was humorously covered in a patchwork design of Mexican luchadors holding flowers
Edgy: The 18-year-old rocked her fun and fashionable dress with a cool floral embellished choker while showing off a lot of skin
In the details: Maisie teamed her gorgeous look with a scarlet bag with a long fringed detail, and a messy up-do
She tied it all together with a scarlet red clutch bag with long fringing hanging down next to her bare legs, while wearing her brunette mane in a slightly messy yet charming up-do and accentuating her eyes with black kohl and lashings of mascara.
The beauty - who is best known for playing Arya Stark in the hit fantasy drama series Game OF Thrones - looking in fantastic spirits as she mingled with other guests at the star-studded event, which also saw the likes of Kate Winslet, Dame Judi Dench and top prize-winner Kenneth Branagh in attendance.
She cosied up to her The Falling co-star Florence Pugh while inside the bash, and there were clearly no hard feelings about Maisie winning an award they were both nominated for.
It's her night! Maisie won the Young British/Irish Performer of the Year award for her role in The Falling
No hard feelings: She cosied up for a snap with her The Falling co-star Florence Pugh, who was also nominated for the same award
Maisie was named the winner of the Young British/Irish Performer of the Year award on the night for her role in the mystery drama, beating the likes of Asa Butterfield, Milo Parker and Liam Walpole, as well as her on-screen best friend Florence.
Meanwhile, Kate, 40, looked utterly sensational as she rocked up to the prestigious bash, showing off her fantastic legs and toned curves in a flippy little skater dress in flattering black.
She wore her golden locks in a stylish curled 'do, while adding a pop of colour to her monotone look with a vampish coating of red on her lips.
Stunner: Kate Winslet looked utterly sensational as she showed off her perfect pins and lovely figure in a skater-style LBD
Winner: The 40-year-old beat off tough competition as she was named the Best Supporting Actress of the night
Acting talent: Kate oozed sophistication as she posed for a snap with the talented Kenneth Branagh, who looked as dapper as ever in his three-piece suit
The blonde bombshell showed off her amazing physique in the simple yet effective number as she showed up in the hopes of winning the Best Actress prize.
And that she did, for her role as Joanna Hoffman in Danny Boyle's Steve Jobs film, beating the likes of Olivia Colman, Kristen Stewart, Tilda Swinton and Alicia Vikander.
But the main star of the night was Kenneth Branagh who was presented the most prestigious gong of them all, the Dilys Powell Award for Excellence in Film, by his recent stage partner Dame Judi Dench.
The two acting icons recently appeared together in A Winter's Tale, and the actor and filmmaker was given the accolade for his impressive body of work throughout his career, which spans over three decades.
Top honour: Kenneth, 55, was given the Dilys Powell Award For Excellence In Film on the night by Dame Judi Dench, the top honour one can receive at the Critics' Circle Awards
NOMINEES - 36TH ANNUAL LONDON CRITICS' CIRCLE FILM AWARDS
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