Emily Ratajkowski: The event was co-hosted by Dundas, so I wasn’t surprised to see his favourite girl Emily Ratajkowski wearing this fiery piece. I love the bold hue and delicate draped detail. We all know that Emily can sometimes go overboard with her red carpet look, but I didn’t find myself eye-rolling this look, unlike her first outing in Dundas.
Bonnie Wright: It’s been a long while since I have featured Bonnie Wright, but she made a return to the red carpet for this event wearing a vintage ’60s Pauline Trigère dress from Happy Isles, styled with fair trade jewels from Wright & Teague. I really love the autumnal mix of gold, orange and grey on this brocade dress. The style is perfectly suit to Bonnie no-fuss red carpet M.O.
Soo Joo Park: The model was perhaps one of my favourites at this event striking a pose in Dundas Spring 2019. The stunning blazer, which wouldn’t look out of place in Elton John’s closet, was oozing ’80s sensibility with the bright pink bow.
Emmanuelle Chriqui: The actress wore a typically pretty Alice + Olivia ball skirt and bodysuit combo.
Amy Smart: The actress stood out in a gold Haney Spring 2019 dress styled with APM Monaco jewels and Dahlia Selva ‘Frills or All’ rose pumps. This may not scream gala for, but aside from the shoes, this look rocks.
Jamie Chung: The actress kept things surprisingly simple in Cinq à Sept. I’m missing one her unique accessories here.
Lili Reinhart: Rasario has become known for their gorgeous mini dresses and sparkling numbers, so I was surprised by this sensual gown, which was perfect for this glamorous gala. Like Lily and Sofia, Lili rose to this occasion.