Best dressed at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival
Six of the best-dressed leading ladies of the festival, so far!
by Danica Lo
The 2013 Toronto International Film Festival kicked off over the weekend — summoning some of Hollywood's hottest stars across the northern border.
Check out our picks for six of the best-dressed leading ladies of the festival, so far.
Olivia Wilde attended the premiere of "Rush" wearing a structured LBD by Roland Mouret. She carried a Jimmy Choo clutch and wore shoes by Casadei.
At the "Gravity" premiere, actress Jennifer Morrison wore a cream sleeveless top and floor-length black skirt by MaxMara.
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Sandra Bullock graced the red carpet at the "Gravity" premiere wearing this color-blocked black, teal and cream dress by Narciso Rodriguez.
Mireille Enos chose this sexy asymmetrical cutout tomato-red dress by Catherine Malandrino:
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And Dakota Fanning stole the show at the "Night Moves" premiere at the Toronto Film Festival wearing this crop-top two-piece glamazon number from Atelier Versace.
Which of these first few celeb red carpet looks from the Toronto Film Festival do you like best? Tell us in the comments, below!
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