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Jamie Dornan In Prada & Amelia Warner In Alberta Ferretti – ‘Mary Shelley’ Toronto Film Festival Premiere

Not only were Elle Fanning and Maisie Williams at the ‘Mary Shelley’ Toronto Film Festival premiere on Saturday (September 9), Jamie Dornan and wife Amelia Warner were also in attendance.

Jamie Dornan: The ’50 Shades of Gray’ actor kept it suave and understated in a gray Prada suit that he wore in just the slightest sexy-unkempt way with the white shirt unbuttoned at the top. Tod’s shoes provided a more casual, trendy take on men’s dress shoes.

Amelia Warner: Amelia likewise took a more laid-back approach by wearing an Alberta Ferretti Fall 2017 tapestry suit that will immediately call to mind the pajama trend. The loungewear vibe is difficult to downplay, but she dressed it up in polished form with her pointy pumps and matching burgundy clutch.

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Jess Weixler In Marni & Roland Mouret – ‘Who We Are Now’ Toronto Film Festival Premiere & HFPA & InStyle TIFF Party

Jess Weixler attended the premiere of ‘Who We Are Now’ on Saturday (September 9) during the 2017 Toronto Film Festival before heading to the HFPA & InStyle TIFF Party where Emma Roberts was also in attendance.

‘Who We Are Now’ Toronto Film Festival Premiere: While swirling, abstract print of this Marni Spring 2017 dress was intriguing, the standard-issue black pumps kept the look more on an ordinary level.

HFPA & InStyle TIFF Party: Here, the precise tailoring signature to designer Roland Mouret was captured in the sharp lines of this Spring 2017 jacket intriguingly juxtaposed with the flowy movement of the scarf skirt. Yet again, I believe she missed an opportunity to elevate the look with her footwear, sticking to that more uninspiring black pumps.

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Bel Powley In Alessandra Rich – ‘Mary Shelley’ Toronto Film Festival Premiere

Bel Powley joined Elle Fanning at the ‘Mary Shelley’ Toronto Film Festival premiere on Saturday (September 9).

Known for her playful style, the British actress experimented with an Alessandra Rich mini dress. The white frock had details aplenty with silver buttons, a black bow, statement shoulders and lace-insert sleeves.

Some will probably deem the ensemble as too much, but I appreciate the way Bel enhanced the romanticism of the look with her soft makeup and hair.

The black ankle-strap heels grounded the look and prevented it from being too saccharine.

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Greta Gerwig In Giorgio Armani & Sophie Theallet – ‘Lady Bird’ Toronto Film Festival Premiere & HFPA & InStyle TIFF Party

In the day, Greta Gerwig attended the ‘Lady Bird’ Toronto Film Festival premiere. At night, she celebrated the HFPA & InStyle TIFF Party on Saturday (September 9) with a display of bold prints.

‘Lady Bird’ Premiere:  By day, the actress opted for a Giorgio Armani Fall 2017 strapless column. She lost the trousers from the runway version and extended the dress so it hit just above the ankles. She tempered the bold blue print with ankle-strap heels.

HFPA & InStyle TIFF Party: In the evening, Greta donned bold prints again with a Sophie Theallet Fall 2017 number. Rather than a feeling of déjà vu, the saffron frock with pleating and long sleeves felt fresh. I would have preferred it without the thick belt as it presents a conflicting daytime feeling.

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Nicole Kidman In Valentino – ‘The Killing Of A Sacred Deer’ Toronto Film Festival Premiere

Nicole Kidman has been experimenting with looks ranging from romantic to classic on red carpets of late. At ‘The Killing Of A Sacred Deer’ Toronto Film Festival premiere on Saturday (September 9), she opted for a maximalist approach.

She donned a Valentino Resort 2018 maxi gown which complemented her statuesque beauty.

The heavily-detailed dress was tempered by simple hair, soft pink lipstick and Chloe Gosselin ‘Narcissus’ sandals.

Some might wish that Nicole wore her hair up to fully reveal the details on the bodice, but I thought the effortless waves worked with the dress’s bohemian flair.

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Katherine Waterston In Christian Dior – ‘The Current War’ Toronto Film Festival Premiere

Katherine Waterston demonstrated how dazzling black dresses can be at the ‘The Current War’ Toronto Film Festival premiere on Saturday (September 9).

Eschewing a simple silk number, the actress donned a Dior Resort 2018 tulle frock strewn with multicoloured pompoms.

She deviated from the western styling favoured on the runway and accessorized simply with Dior black suede pumps, sleek hair and a deep red lipstick.

The minimalist styling worked as we’re able to appreciate the dress’s unique embellishment and contrasting straps.

 

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Julianne Moore In Christian Dior – ‘Suburbicon’ Toronto Film Festival Premiere

On Saturday (September 9), Julianne Moore attended the ‘Suburbicon’ Toronto Film Festival premiere and demonstrated how to transition wardrobes into the fall.

The actress wore a winter white Christian Dior coat with a subtle fit-and-flare silhouette and soft lapel. The ecru topper was contrasted by a pair of black sandals which echoed the coat’s black buttons.

While not the most head-turning or avant-garde of looks we have seen Julianne wear, it had a refreshing simplicity and allowed the masterful tailoring of the coat to take center stage.

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Maisie Williams In Emporio Armani – ‘Mary Shelley’ Toronto Film Festival Premiere

Maisie Williams, along with Elle Fanning, attended the ‘Mary Shelley’ Toronto Film Festival premiere on Saturday (September 9).

Known for her playful and experimental outfits, Maisie combined the top and shorts from two separate looks from the Emporio Armani Spring 2017 runway to create elegant red coordinates.

She further enhanced the all-red ensemble with Anissa Kermiche earrings, red pointed-toe shoes with a ribbon around the ankle and a swipe of red lipstick.

While some might find the look a touch too match-y, I appreciate the harmonious color palette—even with the coordinating red carpet factored in. Her black manicure, the shorter proportions and the cutouts in the top, provide relief from the striking hue.

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