Toronto Film Festival’s Best Dressed: Keira Knightley’s Double Hit

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  • See the starlets lighting up the Toronto Film Festival red carpet

    America’s biggest film festival is in full swing and while Toronto is awash with Oscar buzz, it’s the fashion that we’re really looking at. The Toronto Film Festival shows no less than 300 films in just 10 days, giving our favourite starlets plenty of chance to showcase some serious designer swag. Here are our favourites so far…

    Wow! Keira was back on top form for the Toronto Film festival, showcasing not one but two beautiful dresses. Hitting the red carpet for the premiere of her new film, The Imitation Game, Keira opted for a white lace and tulle dress, paired with pink metallic heels. The actress then made a quick change for the press conference, choosing a striking black and white Dolce and Gabbana creation. We can’t decide which look we like best…

    Does Kate Bosworth ever have a bad fashion day? We don’t think so. The actress and all round beauty wowed at the premiere of Still Alice yesterday in a hot red Hugo Boss dress. Her shoes are Kurt Geiger (we’ll be rushing out to buy those as soon as they’re available) and that glimmering box clutch is by Lee Savage. We love this sultry look that proves Kate’s credentials as a true screen siren.

    Sticking to her tried and tested formula of an all-black red carpet look, Jennifer wowed in a casual Valentino top, Emanuel Ungaro skirt and killer Christian Louboutin shoes. The star was attending the premiere of her new film Cake – look out for an unrecognisable Jen in this hot new drama.

    We love this new look for Naomi. Moving away from her usual red carpet style for the premiere of St Vincent, the Aussie actress looked stunning in her cut out Stella McCartney jumpsuit, Rupert Sanderson shoes and Lee Savage clutch.

    Cara Delevingne made her red carpet debut as a full-fledged actress at the premiere of her new film, The Face of an Angel. Working the floor in a striking green stripe dress, this was a more feminine look than we’re used to seeing our favourite, wacky faced model showcase.

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