It’s that time of year again! When our little metropolis plays host to rich and fabulous. Officially kicking off September 8th, the Toronto Film Festival (TIFF) runs through September 18th. It’s considered one of the most prestigious festivals in the world – second only to Cannes in terms of high-profile films and stars. And high-profile stars wear high-profile fashion; which is what we’re interested in, really.
This past weekend saw the premieres of many of the star studded films, causing quite the commotion from awaiting fans. Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie, George Clooney, Kirsten Dunst and Seth Rogen were just some of the big names walking the various red carpets. The women seemed to opt for long black gowns or fresh, clean neutrals while the men kept it dapper in skinny ties and suits.
Honourable mention must be given to Ryan Gosling and Evan Rachel Wood for taking risks; he in studded shoes and she in sleek menswear paired with a sick hat.
ON THE CARPET:
MONEYBALL – ROY THOMPSON HALL
Chris Pratt and wife Anna Faris in a long black gown.
A slimmed down Jonah Hill with director Bennett Miller.
Ange opted for a floor-length Vivienne Westwood gown and a Louis Vuitton gold clutch and handcuff (I think).
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George Clooney’s new piece, Stacy Kiebler, in a backless number on The Ides of March red carpet.
Canadian Cutie Ryan Gosling (in a beige suit with studded shoes) brought his usual date; his Mom.
Marisa Tomei in a graphic, metallic dress.
Evan Rachel Wood chose menswear and a hat.
A DANGEROUS MIND – ROY THOMPSON HALL
Keira Knightley and Viggo Mortensen went monochromatic in all nude and all black.
Keira revealed all back.
Sarah Gadon continued the full-length black trend.
MELANCHOLIA – RYERSON THEATRE
Kirsten Dunst went conservative in a white pleated skirt and a sweet polka-dot blouse.
Alexander Skarsgard rocked his signature comb-over and brown shirt with grey suit.
TAKE THIS WALTZ – ROY THOMPSON HALL
Sarah Silverman and her cleavage also chose all black.
Seth Rogen boldly wore checks on checks.