The 2017 Toronto Film Festival red carpet has been red-haute with looks throughout the weekend, and here is a roundup of the rest of the stars that were seen on Sunday (September 10).
Margaret Qualley: The young starlet was at the ‘Novitate’ premiere dressed in a Valentino Fall 2017 gown. This ornate look translated a bit heavily for me, but it’s intriguing to watch Margaret continue to boldly experiment with her style.
Evan Rachel Wood: I absolutely loved this Stella McCartney Resort 2018 pinstripe ensemble on the actress at the ‘A Worthy Companion’ premiere. Riffing on menswear, the look perfectly played into her edgy style sensibility while providing a different take on the suiting trend with its play on proportions. Her makeup seemed a bit overzealous, but that would be my main qualm. Giuseppe Zanotti shoes completed her look.
Elisabeth Moss: After a few recent looks that successfully pushed the boundaries of Elisabeth’s go-to style, she was back in her comfort zone at ‘The Square’ premiere with this Rochas retro-inspired jumper and skirt accessorised with Chloe Gosselin embellished pumps.
Raffey Cassidy: The starlet’s long waves increased a sense of youthful innocence in this Louis Vuitton whimsical lace dress at the premiere of ‘The Killing of a Sacred Deer.’
Rebecca Dayan: Also at the ‘Novitate’ premiere, Rebecca channeled a Western-chic flair in her https://www.vogue.com/fashion-shows/resort-2018/christian-dior/slideshow/collection#40Christian Dior Resort 2018 suede, fringed dress.
Jessica McNamee: Glam was Jessica’s middle name at the ‘Battle of the Sexes’ premiere, where there was no doubt which style side she was on, as she took a supremely sultry approach in a signature Maria Lucia Hohan Pre-Fall 2017 silver dress paired with Jimmy Choo metallic sandals.
Matilda Lutz: With a head-turning twist on classic https://www.vogue.com/fashion-shows/fall-2017-ready-to-wear/chanel/slideshow/collection#69Chanel Fall 2017 tweed, Matilda styled her fringed dress from the Fall 2017 collection with neon-orange, leg-wrap sandals. I’m not sure it worked entirely, but I have to applaud the unexpected nature of this fashion risk.