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Alison Brie In Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini, Roland Mouret & Wolk Morais – 2017 Toronto Film Festival

Alison Brie has been a regular at the Toronto Film Festival, allowing her multiple opportunities to experiment with her feminine style. She attended the HFPA & InStyle Celebration on Saturday (September 9), followed by a trip to the IMDB Studio on Sunday (September 10). Then it was off to the ‘The Disaster Artist’ premiere on Monday (September 11).

HFPA & InStyle Celebration: While many brought out the sparkles and metallics, the actress charmed in a plaid Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini Pre-Fall 2017 dress. Kurt Geiger ‘Hermione’ sandals elevated the ensemble for evening.

IMDB Studio: Experimenting with an athletic take on glamour, Alison opted for a Roland Mouret Spring 2017 skirt, styled simply with a black Wolford ‘Jamaika’ bodysuit and Stella Luna ‘Bandana’ sandals. I enjoyed the fresh take, but would have preferred to see this ensemble switched with the tartan mini.

‘The Disaster Artist’ Premiere: Finally, she walked the transitional line between summer and fall with a Wolk Morais Spring 2017 black velvet dress with thigh-skimming hemline. I appreciated the pared-down accessorizing to let the draping on the mini shine. Sadly, it can sometimes get lost in photos.

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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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Reese Witherspoon In Roland Mouret – ‘Home Again’ LA Premiere

Reese Witherspoon joined Lake Bell for the premiere of Open Road Films’ ‘Home Again’ on Tuesday (August 29) in Los Angeles, California.

The actress never met a Roland Mouret dress she didn’t like, and you can see why when this lipstick-red ‘Malton’ dress from the Resort 2018 collection did a great job of complementing her figure.

I like how the peplum waist and contrasting details amplifies drama. Reese’s red carpet looks tend to be a tad ‘ho-hum’ at times, but this made me stand up and take notice.

Reese completed her look with her favourite Christian Louboutin ‘Colankle’ strappy sandals and a glossy red lip.

Christian Louboutin ‘Colankle’ Sandals

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2017 Summer TCA Tour Disney ABC Television Group

The Disney ABC Television Group TCA Summer Tour was held on Sunday (August 6) in Beverly Hills, California with a number of stars in attendance.

Tracee Ellis Ross: We all know how quirky Tracee’s style can be, so I would say her Celine Resort 2018 ensemble was quite tame by her standards. But, here, that translated to lacklustre. But, more than that, the proportions between the gathered tunic top and the long skirt simply weren’t all that flattering.

Chloe East: With a sense of girly romance, this Nicholas spot lace ball dress was a lovely look for the young starlet. While I loved the edgy-sexy sass of her studded, gold-tinged Charlotte Olympia shoes heels, they didn’t exactly fit right in with the sweeter frock.

Lea Michele: Perhaps if she had worn a sleeker bun, this Cushnie et Ochs Resort 2018 floral-accented dress would have taken on a fresher perspective. As presented, it seems a bit oddly dated.

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Elizabeth Olsen In Roland Mouret – ‘Wind River’ LA Premiere

Elizabeth Olsen attended the premiere of ‘Wind River’ on Wednesday (July 26) in Los Angeles, California.

You may be surprised to learn that her dress hails from Roland Mouret’s Fall 2017 collection, mostly because it doesn’t fit his signature contoured silhouette mould.

What this flower-packed frock does possess is the designers love for contemporary elegance, which Elizabeth keeps at the forefront by styling her look with black pumps, an ​Ana Khouri diamond Mirian ear cuff and a messy braided ‘do.

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