A red carpet moment
Chastain leads parade of TIFF’s best-dressed celebs.
Jessica Chastain was the picture of classic Hollywood glamour in custom Givenchy haute couture at “The Forgiven” premiere. The hourglass silhouette, elegant embellishment and unexpected neckline made this the look of the festival so far.
Jessica Chastain proved her fashion versatility with this Alexander McQueen look at “The Eyes of Tammy Faye” premiere. The white tee features an asymmetric “corset” of trailing silver lily pad embroidery.
At the “Dear Evan Hansen” premiere, Julianne Moore sparkled in Deco-inspired Celine with matching silver T-strap sandals. The oversized blazer, an otherwise perfect piece, slightly detracts from an otherwise impactful look.
“Dear Evan Hansen” star Amandla Stenberg announced her emerging fashion star status in an all-eyes-on-me Gucci look. The fringe, the brocade, the col- lar — it shouldn’t work, but Stenberg pulls it off.
Brit actor Josh O’Connor — most familiar to audiences as Prince Charles from “The Crown” — attended the “Mothering Sunday premiere” in an Acne Studios suit, featuring a print by media artist Robbie Barrat.
Dionne Warwick, in town for the premiere of the doc, “Dionne Warwick: Don’t Make Me Over,” looked chic in a cream-and-black skirt suit, paired with Mary Janes, the shoe of the season.
Tara Woodbury, Brooklyn Letexier-Hart and Danis Goulet — wearing ermine earrings — proved the power of punchy colour at the “Night Raiders” premiere.
At the “All My Puny Sorrows” premiere, Alison Pill purged the so-called “nap dress” of its Victorian primness with this highcollared, high-drama gown. Bonus points for the matching crimson lip.
Go Grecian but make it modern: Rebecca Ferguson, in a draped, cut-out gown by Cong Tri at the “Dune” premiere, clearly got the fashion world’s memo.
Yasmin Warsame showed how to make pants red carpet-worthy at the “Oscar Peterson: Black and White” photo call. The pointy toe white pumps create a monochromatic silhou- ette that’s worthy of its own close-up.