Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Olivia Wilde in Marios Schwab - Variety Studio at Holt Renfrew

Olivia Wilde made a return visit today to the Variety Studio at Holt Renfrew during the Toronto International Film Festival in Canada.

After her more relaxed outing at the studio, the actress went for a mood of subtle sophistication in Marios Schwab separates from the Spring 2013 and Resort 2013 collections.

The black mesh-embellished, crew-neck sweater lent a smart, schoolgirl-charm to the ensemble, whilst serving as a more casual counterpoint to temper the swirling, sequin-studded layers of the high-shine skirt.

We’ve seen her lovely ombre waves displayed on multiple occasions of late. A different ‘do here would have added another dimension to Olivia’s look.

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Olivia Wilde In Roland Mouret - 'Rush' Toronto Film Festival Premiere

After her garden-party look earlier in the day, Olivia Wilde amped up the sex appeal for the ‘Rush’ premiere held at Roy Thomson Hall on Sunday during the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival in Toronto, Canada.

Joining co-star Chris Hemsworth on the red carpet, the actress wore a Roland Mouret Resort 2014 reverse halter-neck fitted black dress, which she styled with Melinda Maria ‘Matchstick’ earrings, a studded two-tone rectangular clutch and Casadei’ Rodio Steelix’ pumps.

Wavy ombre tresses and flawless makeup completed her look.

When it comes to this promo tour Olivia, despite her favouring all-black looks, has hit it out of the fashion ballpark every time.

I know many of you didn’t take to her Gucci suit for the London world premiere, but she has swept me off my feet each time.

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Olivia Wilde In Mary Katrantzou - Artists For Peace And Justice Brunch

Olivia Wilde attended the Artists For Peace and Justice Brunch during the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival on Sunday in Toronto, Canada.

Her Mary Katrantzou Resort 2014 frock is the third dress by the Greek-born designer we’ve seen on the red carpet this weekend following Keira Knightley and Saoirse Ronan.

Olivia’s multicoloured Tetris-inspired printed ‘Suddenly’ dress with a straight neckline, tank-style straps, and an A-line skirt is the perfect garden-party Sunday-brunch-appropriate look.

The multi-colour version, which I favour, may have been a tad OTT for the event, so her blue version was the right choice for this event.

Beauty-wise, her blue eye shadow not only complemented her dress but also made her blue eyes pop with a nude lip colour rounding out her look.

Opting for no jewels, a side-swept bun and gold Jimmy Choo ‘Anouk’ pumps ensured the focus was kept firmly on her dress.

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Olivia Wilde In Gucci & Isabel Marant - Variety Studio At Holt Renfrew

Olivia Wilde stopped by the Variety Studio at Holt Renfrew yesterday during the Toronto International Film Festival in Canada.

The actress was casual-cool in an Isabel Marant black top, green blazer and Gucci Resort 2014 pajama-inspired cropped pants.

With still conveying a relaxed sensibility, the styling was significantly at odds with the Gucci lookbook. I missed the flair of the high-waisted belt and the fun of the colour-block shirt with these playful heart-print pants.

Nude Casadei ‘Blade’ heels seemed a mere afterthought, when a punchy shoe could have really pumped up this ensemble.

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Olivia Wilde In Gucci - 'Rush' World Premiere

Olivia Wilde took to the red carpet in London’s Leicester Square this evening for the premiere of ‘Rush’, in which she stars with Chris Hemsworth.

In the movie, the beautiful actress, who plays Suzy Miller, wore pieces designed by Gucci’s Creative Director Frida Giannini inspired by archive pieces from Gucci’s past collections to help recreate the glamour of the 70s, the era in which the movie is set.

It is no wonder tonight that Olivia donned Gucci for the world premiere, looking sensational wearing just a black tuxedo with satin lapels and opting to leave her décolletage bare.
I have to say this look gave me goosebumps, something the attendees of Venice Film Festival have failed to achieve.

The look is so sleek, oozing sex appeal with the right amount of skin on display, and a pop of colour via the lips was enough to ensure all eyes were on the leading lady.

I even like the pumps with this look. Yes, I am just as surprised as you.

Olivia aced this look. Do you agree?

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