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Best Dressed At The 2018 Toronto International Film Festival

The 43rd annual Toronto International Film Festival kicked off Sept. 6 and ran through Sept. 16.

This year, the festival screened over 200 feature-length films including “Halloween,” “White Boy Rick,” “Greta, “A Star Is Born” and more.  Check out the best dressed stars at the 2018 TIFF below.

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Amandla Stenberg

At the “The Hate U Give” premiere, the young actress wowed in a Gucci Pre-Fall 2018 long-sleeve gown featuring a corset bodice, floral layers and chiffon.

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Natalie Portman

The actress promoted her film “Vox Lux” premiere wearing a Christian Dior Fall 2018 Haute Couture pink long sleeve pleated, v-neck dress.

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Thandie Newton

At “The Death And Life Of John F. Donovan” premiere, the actress wore an  elegant floor-sweeping  Oscar de la Renta gown featuring cascades of velvet and Bulgari accessories.

Olivia Munn
For the premiere of “The Predator,” the actress looked angelic in a Jonathan Simkhai Fall 2018 white tulle plisse, long sleeve off-the-shoulder ruffle lace dress, featuring a sweetheart neckline.
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Maggie Gyllenhaal

At the Entertainment Weekly’s Must List Party, the actress was pretty in pink wearing a Calvin Klein halter dress and nude heels.

Isabelle Huppert
At the “Greta” premiere, the actress suited up in a printed Chloe ensemble which she accessorized with platform sandals.
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Lady Gaga
At the “A Star Is Born” premiere, the singer turned actress brought the drama in a Giorgio Armani Prive Fall 2018 black velvet, veil gown. styled with Chopard earrings from the “Garden of Kalahari” collection.” completed her look.
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Claire Foy

While promoting her new film, “First Man” at the DIRECTV House, the actress suited up in a bubblegum-pink Stella McCartney Fall 2018 ensemble. She kept her footwear casual with sneakers.

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Keira Knightley

At a photocall foe the film “Colette,” the actress wore a Chanel Resort 2019 black tweed jacket, a red and white stripe, tie waist shirt and a white pleated skirt. She finished up her look with diamond studs and black sandals.

Nicole Kidman

At the “Destroyer” premiere, the actress wore a Bottega Veneta Resort 2019 ensemble featuring a white front pocket, notch lapel textured blazer, white lace and silk panel collared ruffle blouse and straight leg textured pants with a chain detail. This suit was topped off with pearl embellished earrings and nude heels.

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Sabrina Carpenter

At the Entertainment Weekly’s Must List Party, the young actress rocked a Versace Spring 2018 pink bold-shoulder frock.

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Teyonah Parris

At the “If Beale Street Could Talk” premiere, the actress stood out in a bold Kenzo Fall 2018 abstract floral dress.

Andi Matichak

For the “Halloween” premiere, the actress sparkled in a sequin embroidered Miu Miu gown.

Patricia Clarkson 

For the “Out Of Blue,” premiere, the actress wore a black Christian Siriano gown featuring a sheer and ruffled hemline, styled with Giuseppe Zanotti red sandals.

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Olivia Wilde

At the “Life Itself” premiere, he actress smoldered in an Alexandre Vauthier black, long-sleeve  Fall 2018 Haute Couture gown featuring a plunging neckline and metal gold belt.

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Kate Beckinsale

At The IMDb Studio, the British beauty, looked story and chic in a Johanna Ortiz Fall 2018 top featuring asymmetric structures and ruffles, paired with simple slacks and white pumps.

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Sienna Miller

At the “American Woman” premiere, the actress wore a custom corseted black gown by Louis Vuitton.

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Salma Hayek

At “The Hummingbird Project” premiere, the actress wore an Alexander McQueen Resort 2019 tiered silk knit dress with cascading lace ruffles.

Sofia Boutella

At the “Climax” premiere, the actress kept things simple in a Christian Dior Resort 2019 strapless grey dress styled with gold jewels and black pumps.

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Cara Delevingne

For the “Her Smell” premiere, the model turned actress rocked an edgy Balmain Fall 2018 long sleeve gold and sheer illusion panel mini dress, featuring a mock neckline and padded shoulders. Casadei over-the-knee boots completed the look.

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Taylor Schilling

At “The Public” premiere, the “OITNB” actress wore Mulberry’s Spring 2018 “Meredith” light candy pink cap sleeve, v-neck dress featured a structured pleated skirt.. Magenta Casadei sandals and Hearts On Fire Jewelry finished her look.

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Elizabeth Debicki

At the “Windows” premiere, the actress donned an Armani Privé black silk velvet Fall 2018 gown with a gold bodice embroidered with champagne-coloured crystals. Birks jewels completed her look.

Julianne Moore

At the “”Gloria Bell” premiere, wore a  strapless Givenchy Fall 2018 Haute Couture gown featuring floaty, plisse layers, styled with Chopard jewels.

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Riley Keough

Elis Presley’s granddaughter attended the “Hold The Dark”premiere on in a boudoir-inspired Louis Vuitton Resort 2019 satiny dress styled with Louis Vuitton sandals.

Rosamund Pike

At the premiere of “A Private War,” the actress donned Givenchy Haute Couture featuring a 20s-inspired fringe top and rubberized skirt.

Kristen Stewart

At the”Jeremiah Terminator LeRoy” premiere, the actress wore a white embellished Chanel Fall 2018 sweater dress paired with PVC-strapped Sophia Webster “Tara” mules.

Originally from Detroit, Ashley has been a style curator and editor for over a decade, having lived in Washington DC and New York City before moving to West Hollywood in 2015. She has written for The Washington Post, Hollywood Life, Haute Living, Vanity Fair, International Business Times and Fashion Times. She lives for leather jackets, statement sunglasses, RuPaul's Drag Race and her rescue basset hound Cletus.

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