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11.09.17 Premiere

Rachel Weisz In Dolce & Gabbana & Rachel McAdams In Elie Saab – ‘Disobedience’ Toronto Film Festival Premiere

The ‘Disobedience’ Toronto Film Festival premiere on Sunday (September 10) presented differing romantic lace ensembles courtesy of Rachel Weisz and Rachel McAdams.

Rachel Weisz: Offering an elegant version of lace, the actress was dressed in a Dolce & Gabbana dress. The gown with elbow-length sleeves was banded with crisscrossing black lace. Although it was still head-turning, it was a different take on Dolce & Gabbana’s typical maximalist embellishment. Rachel’s sleek bob and diminutive drop earrings lent an air of timeless sophistication to the two-tone gown.

Rachel McAdams: Dressed in ethereal mint ruffles, the other Rachel opted for the lingerie-inspired route with her Elie Saab Resort 2018 creation. I would have expected this to be styled with a very ethereal beauty look, but enjoyed the actress’s darker pink lipstick, smudge of black eyeliner and bedhead-y waves.

 

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Ruth Wilson In Markus Lupfer & Johanna Ortiz – HFPA And InStyle’s TIFF Celebration & ‘Dark River’ Toronto Film Festival Premiere

Ruth Wilson was one of the many lovely ladies who graced the Toronto Film Festival, first attending the HFPA And InStyle’s TIFF Celebration on Saturday (September 9) then the ‘Dark River’ premiere on Sunday (September 10).

HFPA And InStyle’s TIFF Celebration: Dressed in Markus Lupfer Pre-Fall 2017, the actress’s teal bra was visible under a gossamer-thin white tank top. The sheer top was juxtaposed by the high-shine red skirt and leopard print shoes. The tank top felt too casual for the event and the teal lingerie felt out of place, or like a missed opportunity.

‘Dark River’ Premiere: Ruth brought out her party skirt for the premiere by donning head-to-toe Johanna Ortiz Resort 2018. The striped T-shirt layered over the blouse with billowing sleeves tempered the foiled metallic ruffles of the skirt. The entire look was literally wrapped up with the oversized black bow fashioned around her waist. There are many juxtaposing elements, but I wish Ruth had experimented with something as impactful in her previous look.

 

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Kate Mara In Giambattista Valli Couture – ‘Chappaquiddick’ Toronto Film Festival Premiere

The fashion parade continued at the Toronto Film Festival with Kate Mara donning a hyper-embellished dress at the ‘Chappaquiddick’ premiere on Sunday (September 10).

Clad in a Giambattista Valli Couture Fall 2017 mini dress, the actress shimmered at the event in both sunshine and artificial light thanks to the black sheen in the bodice. It was a clever choice as black outfits can sometimes come across as dull in photos.

Kate took styling cues from the runway and swept her ginger locks into an updo and painted on a red lip.

Her black pumps and clutch tied things together nicely without being distracting. Husband Jamie Bell’s all-black Dior Homme look was also a perfect foil to the couture frock, but didn’t come across as too matchy-matchy.

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11.09.17 Premiere

Kate Winslet In Badgley Mischka – The Mountain Between Us’ Toronto Film Festival Premiere

Kate Winslet made her stylish Toronto Film Festival red carpet debut at the ‘The Mountain Between Us’ premiere on Sunday (September 10).

A fan of curve-enhancing silhouettes, the Academy Award-winning actress wore a custom Badgley Mischka white gown with a halter neckline and fitted shape.

The gown’s black lace belt and halter straps framed Kate’s face and waist.

Statement jewellery could have served as a distraction, but her De Beers jewels echoed the details of the lace banding for a sublime finish.

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Dianna Agron In Christian Dior – ‘Novitiate’ Toronto Film Festival Premiere

Dianna Agron was on trend when stepped onto the red carpet for the ‘Novitiate’ premiere during the 2017 Toronto Film Festival on Sunday (September 10).

There isn’t red carpet in the world that hasn’t been graced with a Dior sheer dress and logo boy shorts this year, and the trend is showing zero signs of slowing down.

Is anyone willing to admit that they find this beautifully tulle embroidered Dior Fall 2017 dress breath-taking?

Sorry, but I do. Even though I do wish the band on the shorts had been black like on the runway.

Had the dress been lined it would’ve lost most of its appeal.

The elegant styling enhances the look.

Do you agree?

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Jennifer Lawrence In Sally LaPointe, Dolce & Gabbana & Valentino – ‘Mother!’ Toronto Film Festival

Jennifer Lawrence appears to have figure out what we’ve all known for some time….variety is the spice of life.

The actress who has been Dior’s biggest devotee in recent years; barely breaking stride during ‘The Hunger Games’ promo tours, opted for three different brands while promoting ‘Mother!’ during Toronto Film Festival.

Photocall: At 27-years-old, your biggest bug-bear has been that Jennifer dresses too maturely. Well, I would say that this exotic Sally LaPointe Resort 2018 look is her most youthful yet. While some might say the belongs on a Moroccan vacation, I would say I love how relaxed and effortless this look feels. The look was styled with Ileana Makri earrings.

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