15 September 2013 by

Best Dressed At 2013 Toronto Film Festival: Jennifer Aniston Wows In Westwood

It might seem that anyone who is anyone in celebville is on the front row right now, as Harry Styles, Rihanna, Olivia Palermo and more have been spotted on the FROW this season. But Toronto is also a style destination as Keira Knightley, Elizabeth Olsen, Olivia Wilde and Reese Witherspoon have all made an appearance at the the film festival.

Last night was Jennifer Aniston's turn, as she wowed at Toronto in a sky blue corset dress by Vivienne Westwood couture at the premiere of Life of Crime. As you would expect from Jen An, she kept the jewellery minimal with a classic nude pump.

In other Toronto news we are big fans of ScarLo's blue graphic print Sachin + Babi dress with side panels, which she paired with pantent creepers and a rolled quiff. She quickly returned to her siren self at the Under The Skin premiere in a sweetheart Westwood gown with a sultry side-sweep. Olivia Wilde champions acid green in a Valentino dress with a tropical pout and Mila Kunis looked lovely in white Burberry Prorsum.

Mary Katrantzou is having a Toronto moment as Olivia Wilde soars to the top of our best dressed list in a blue Tetris-inspired print dress off set with simple nude heels. Keira Knightley also championed the Katrantzou in a landscape print strapless dress. The gorgeous wildflower meadow scene looks like something off the walls of the Louvre.

Speaking of prints, Elizabeth Olsen looked effortless in a Proenza Schouler green and black zig zag dress with a crop top overlay to the ‘Therese’ premiere. Pregnant Kate Winslet looked bump-a-licious in a Jenny Packham gown with a plunging neckline and Swarovski sparkle across the empire line. Mia Wasikowska kept things classic in lilac Roland Mouret bodycon with a structured origami neckline.

See the best dressed from the Toronto Film Festival in the gallery below...


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