Celebrity Film Festival Style: TIFF 2013.

Celebrity Film Festival Style: TIFF 2013.

The 2013 Toronto International Film Festival was a star studded affair with some of our favorite actresses and celebrity fashionistas like Julia Roberts, Kiera Knightley, Dakota Fanning, Mila Kunis and Scarlett Johansson in attendance.

They dressed in style to promote their films at the festival which is known for debuting Oscar nominated and winning films like last year's 'Argo' and the infamous 'Slum Dog Millionaire'. Read on to see more of the looks we loved from the 2013 TIFF events and movie premieres...
Actress Olivia Wilde made a stunning style statement at TIFF in a bright chartreuse halter dress by Valentino which she paired with nude Jimmy Choo heels.

Actress Mila Kunis kept it sultry at TIFF in a white Burberry Prorsum dress with a plunging neckline. She accessorized with snakeskin pointy-pumps and emerald floral drop earrings.

Actress Julia Roberts showed off her gorgeous legs in a red mini dress with sleeves. She accessorized with nude peep toe pumps and a matching clutch.

Singer Taylor Swift walked the TIFF red carpet in a white custom dress with side cut-outs from Calvin Klein Collection. She accessorized with metallic strapped heels and Cathy Waterman jewelry.

Actress Dakota Fanning attended TIFF in an Atelier Versace bustier top and skirt with train Swarovksi Crystal embellished ensemble.

Actress Scarlett Johansson looked sweet in a strapless polka dot dress by Vivienne Westwood which she accessorized with a black clutch and nude peep toe pumps by Roger Vivier

Actress Kiera Knightley chose a strapless photo-print dress by Mary Katrantzou for her TIFF premiere. She paired it with nude Christian Louboutin ankle strap heels.
Which TIFF celebrity style do you love? Leave a comment below.

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1 comment:

  1. Jessica Hart9/13/2013

    Agree! Stunning in yellow!


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