TIFF Fashion 2018: The Best Dressed StarsPublished on September 20, 2018. Updated April 15, 2019
The Toronto International Film Festival is a 10 day-affair that features a variety of star-studded red carpets, Oscar-worthy film premieres, and glamorous events. This year, we at Fame10 attended the festival firsthand and witnessed some of the action. Follow along for our round-up of our favorite outfits and the best-dressed stars that we saw at the festival:
12. Elizabeth Olsen
Elizabeth Olsen attended the Sorry For Your Loss premiere red carpet wearing a flattering black jumpsuit. We love that she opted for something simple and classic with clean lines. It gave off an aura of ultimate sophistication and class, yet the plunging neckline made it a little more glamorous for a red carpet.
11. Regina King
Regina King stunned in cobalt on the TIFF red carpet at the premiere of If Beale Street Could Talk. Her dress fit her like a dream and showed off her hourglass figure perfectly. The cap shoulder detailing and elegant Bardot neckline really brought the red carpet glitz factor.
10. Olivia Wilde
Olivia Wilde attended the Life Itself premiere wearing a sleek black dress, which seemed to be a common color trend among the 10-day long event. We love the combination of the metallic belt with the ultra plunging neckline. She amped up the drama even further with a smoldering smokey eye.
9. Claire Foy
The Crown actress Claire Foy stepped out wearing a stunning black and gold embellished dress on the TIFF red carpet this year. We love that she opted for star print as it made her ensemble appear super cutting edge and fresh. Typically we always see florals, so the galaxy-inspired dress was refreshing and something unique!
8. Olivia Munn
Since so many stars opted for black at the Toronto International Film Festival, it was refreshing to see Olivia Munn step out as a vision in white. She rocked a frilly and feminine off-the-shoulder dress that featured ruffles, mesh and detail in all the right places.
7. Carey Mulligan
Carey Mulligan definitely made heads turn on the TIFF red carpet this year with her bright indigo geometric-inspired dress. We love how unique this pattern is and the varying shades of blue really flattered Mulligan’s platinum tresses and light eyes.
6. Julia Roberts
Julia Roberts hasn’t aged a day and looked radiant and glowing on the TIFF red carpet! She proved there’s no age limit when it comes to cutouts and looked sultry yet still totally classy in this sleek black number. She also straightened out her signature curls for an even sleeker look.
5. Keira Knightley
Keira Knightley opted for sparkles and navy blue during TIFF this year and we absolutely loved her look! The tulle skirt and off-the-shoulder detailing are super feminine and light, yet the dark color makes it September appropriate and a great transitional piece going into Fall.
4. Emily Hampshire
Emily Hampshire brought the red carpet drama with this lush satin dress with ruffled detailing along the hemline and bodice. We love how luxurious and rich this red satin color is and it pairs perfectly with Hampshire’s dark brunette tresses.
3. Penelope Cruz
Typically lace and tiers are an unlikely combination when it comes to fashion, but Penelope Cruz found a way to make it work perfectly. The black lace number was super sultry, but she added a polished twist by pulling her hair back into a sleek and refined low bun.
2. Amber Heard
Slip dresses have been a huge trend this year, and Amber Heard nailed the look on the TIFF red carpet. This champagne satin number reminded us of the ’90s with a modern twist. Elegant, minimalist and figure-flatting, this was definitely one of our favourite looks from the entire week!
1. Lady Gaga
Lady Gaga always knows how to steal the show when it comes to fashion, and she definitely did that with her TIFF attire during the 10-day festival. Although she had quite a few winning red carpet moments, our favorite was during her appearance at the red carpet for A Star is Born. She opted for Old Hollywood glamour with the velvet texture and sleek shape, yet amped it up with a theatrical twist of a tulle shawl and a sparkling headpiece.