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Felicity Jones In Viktor & Rolf - 'The Invisible Woman' Toronto Film Festival Press Conference & Premiere

Felicity Jones was also at the Toronto International Film Festival in support of her film, ‘The Invisible Woman,’ where she was spotted in two monochromatic Viktor & Rolf Resort 2014 looks on Saturday.

Press Conference: The British actress attended the press conference at TIFF Bell Lightbox in an architectural bow-accented white top and black pants, complemented by black Jimmy Choo ‘Lilt’ pumps, a casual, loose updo and barely any jewellery, just an EF Collection diamond arrow bangle. We saw a similar ensemble on Dakota Fanning earlier this month.

Premiere: Switching from her more mannish approach to a structured LBD, Felicity’s black wool tuxedo dress featured a similar satin trim and bow detailing previously seen on her white top. More formal, black ankle-strap sandals and a satin clutch, along with a sleeker updo, completed the likewise minimally jewelled look with just an EF Collection diamond bar ring in white gold.

She definitely wins points for consistency of her two entrances.

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Tom Felton and Jade Olivia In Burberry Prorsum - Fox Searchlight TIFF Party

‘Harry Potter’ alum Tom Felton and girlfriend, Jade Olivia, attended the Fox Searchlight TIFF party on Saturday at Spice Route, where they put up a united fashion front.

At this Toronto International Film Festival event, the couple was quite eye-catching in their colour-coordinated Burberry Prorsum statements.

Tom was appropriately dapper in his rich maroon suit and skinny, similarly toned tie, even if the pants could have been tailored a touch shorter. Too bad his black shoes broke the plum standard.

Jade was really the knockout of the pair, though, in her sleek, burgundy body-con sheath dress with gold metal belt, and vermillion pumps. We’ve previously seen Burberry’s translucent, rubberized effect on stars like Rita Ora, but Tom’s girl really puts the ravishing in rubber.

A perfect match, or too matchy-matchy?

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You can buy Olivia’s Burberry Prorsum Translucent Rubber Dress from Burberry.com.
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Toni Collette In Narciso Rodriguez - 'Enough Said' Toronto Film Festival Premiere

Toni Collette again took to the red carpet at the Toronto International Film Festival for the ‘Enough Said’ premiere at Spice Route on Saturday.

The actress slipped into a fitted Narciso Rodriguez Pre-Fall 2013 sheath dress, which featured a shadowy-grey, printed panel on the skirt. Adding more edge, she threw on a black leather motorcycle jacket, whilst white pumps with a black toe-cap played to the monochromatic theme.

Although the leather changes the look, you may recall that Allison Williams has also worn this dress—sans jacket—earlier this year.

Some of you weren’t so enamoured with Toni’s Robert Rodriguez dress at the ‘Lucky Them’ premiere. Does this outfit fare better?

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Eve Hewson's Three Looks In One Day @ Toronto Film Festival

Eve Hewson, young starlet and daughter of Bono, also played a quick-change artist at the Toronto International Film Festival on Saturday in Canada. She trotted out a trendy trio of looks, switching from conservative to more cutting-edge along the way.

‘Enough Said’ Portraits: Posing at the Guess Portrait Studio, the actress put on the same Louis Vuitton Fall 2013 ensemble we recently saw on Fan Bingbing. That she didn’t wear a black wig or chunky-clunky platforms immediately improved this demure green, cashmere top and silk floral skirt. But I still wasn’t in love with the lacklustre styling.

‘Enough Said’ Premiere: Upping the sophisticated appeal, she matched a Stella McCartney embellished-collar top with a barely blush J. Mendel layered skirt at the premiere, hosted at The Elgin. A Louis Vuitton clutch fit right in, with crimson Casadei pumps providing a bold, unexpected way to finish the look. Red-haute or red-not?

Fox Searchlight TIFF party: At the event, held at Spice Route, Eve again opted for Stella McCartney, this time showing her style stripes in a black, dropped-waist Resort 2014 top and Pre-Fall 2013 skirt. A sleek, black Smythson envelope clutch accessorized the monochromatic look, although I was really applauding the magenta lippie, especially in the face of those plain black pumps.

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Mia Wasikowska In Roland Mouret - 'The Double' Toronto Film Festival Premiere

Mia Wasikowska attended the Toronto International Film Festival premiere of her film ‘The Double’ at the Winter Garden Theatre in Canada yesterday.

The actress wore a lavender, structured Roland Mouret dress.

While Mia typically keeps things dark, it has been refreshing to see her flirt with color in Toronto– first with red, and now this delicate hue.

The dress fits into Mia’s preferred simple aesthetic perfectly, while still offering a bit of visual appeal at the neckline.

This is also the best I’ve seen her hair and makeup look in quite some time. I love how the loose waves soften up her anguler bob, and the tightlined eyeliner and soft pink lip are fresh without being a total departure from the star’s subtle style.

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Naomie Harris In Marchesa - 'Mandela  Long Walk To Freedom' Toronto Film Festival Premiere

Naomie Harris walked the red carpet at the Toronto Film Festival premiere of her film ‘Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom’.

For the occasion, the star wore a Marchesa Resort 2014 dress and Christian Louboutin ‘Pigalle’ pumps.

Naomie looks absolutely gorgeous in this lovely gown, and the only thing that is keeping me from offering it as a BDOTW is the length. If she had hemmed this to the runway length, it would be perfection.

And I’d be remiss not to mention how the well the bodice of this dress accent Naomie’s perfectly toned arms.

I’m not a huge fan of the shoe pairing–they just seem too heavy for the delicate dress–but her classic chignon and red lipstick are flawless.

 

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Keira Knightley In Mary Katrantzou - 'Can A Song Save Your Life' Toronto Film Festival Premiere

Keira Knightley took to the red carpet at the Princess of Wales Theatre in Toronto, Canada yesterday evening for the Toronto Film Festival premiere of ‘Can A Song Save Your Life?’

She was the one I was looking out for at this festival and she didn’t disappoint, turning to maestro of prints Mary Katrantzou who created this enchanting bucolic landscapes and painterly murals print strapless calf-length strapless dress, with a fully-boned bodice and voluminous pleated skirt.

I was expecting another Valentino Couture gown, but this chic frock doesn’t disappoint. I’m glad she went left, when I was expecting her to go right.

Keeping her accessories to a minimum to let this head-turner speak for itself, she styled her frock with nude Christian Louboutin ankle strap suede pumps, smoky eyes and a tousled updo.

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You can buy Keira’s Mary Katrantzou Nevis Dijon strapless dress from
Matches Fashion Global and Matches Fashion UK.

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