The Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) brought out all the stars, and they showed up on the red carpet in some very fashionable outfits. After a week of premieres, there was no shortage of eye-catching outfits we’re still thinking about as the festival begins to wind down.
From Jennifer Lawrence’s chic black dress to Harry Styles in Gucci, these are the style moments we’ve been obsessed with since TIFF 2022.
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Jennifer Lawrence wore a semi-sheer black dress to TIFF for the premiere of her new movie, Pavement. We love its lacing in front and its voluminous sleeves. The look feels like a new take on Hollywood glamour, thanks to the off-the-shoulder cut and pretty pleats.
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Viola Davis looked radiant in this bold and colorful dress at the premiere of The female king. Her matching pink makeup lifted the look, taking it from gorgeous to glamorous. The gorgeous dress proved that floral-inspired fashion isn’t just for summer.
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Harry Styles may not have given his best performance in my policeman (let’s just say we doubt he’ll win an Oscar anytime soon), but for the film’s premiere, he served up a broccoli-chic look in his green Gucci ensemble. We love the monochromatic outfit and we’re dying to know what’s in her purse.
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Glass Onion Star Janelle Monáe looked like an elegant and ethereal onion in a cream dress. The cutouts and detailing left our jaws on the floor, and the delicate silver heels were the perfect complement to the eye-catching dress.
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Kate Beckinsale gave us pure Barbiecore vibes in her candy pink dress. The edginess of her long black gloves was a pleasant surprise, but we loved that she paired them with her peep toe pumps.
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