Jennifer Morrison In Max Mara & Monique Lhuillier – Toronto Film Festival

Jennifer Morrison In Max Mara & Monique Lhuilier - Toronto Film Festival

Jennifer Morrison didn’t miss the Toronto International Film Festival action either, as the ‘Once Upon A Time’ actress descended upon Canada for a trio of appearances over the last few days.

‘Gravity’ Premiere: The star walked down the red carpet for the Sunday premiere at Princess of Wales Theatre in a Max Mara white top and navy long skirt. The ensemble was rather safe, but just became strange when worn with the combination of a fishtail side braid, Christian Louboutin leopard pumps and a bubblegum-pink clutch.

‘August: Osage County’ Premiere: Unfortunately, I was getting the same lacklustre, daresay mumsy, vibes with Jennifer’s outfit at this premiere, hosted on Monday at Roy Thomson Hall. The washed-out blush-pink hue of her jacket and dress just didn’t do anything for this vibrant actress’s enviable figure, and the black clutch was far too intense.

InStyle & Hollywood Foreign Press Association’s Annual TIFF Party: For yesterday’s event, hosted by Salvatore Ferragamo at the Windsor Arms Hotel, she got into the soiree spirit with an electric blue Monique Lhuillier strapless dress. Its embellished frothiness was complemented by a waist-cinching black sash. No need to look up or down, as the same topknot and black clutch from her second look were still in place; so too were those Louboutin leopard soles.

If I had to choose a favourite, it would be the Monique Lhuillier dress, minus the triple-play animal-print pumps that were paired with it.

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11 Replies to “Jennifer Morrison In Max Mara & Monique Lhuillier – Toronto Film Festival”

    1. I agree on both points, and the other two looks are, I think, the worst thins we’ve seen at TIFF. the pink suit is mother of the bride, and that blue furry-looking Cookie Monster costume is so boxy looking, and just atrocious. The leopard shoes are an utter head scratcher in all three cases!

  1. I’m not sure what is going on here. She’s a beautiful woman so maybe she should stick with simple silhouettes first because the proportions and materials are just off.
    The first look is the least eyesore-inducing.

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