The 2016 Toronto International Film Festival is just 11 days away. We are in for a glamour filled 10 days of star studded fashion. I have such a high sense of anticipation for so many stars but I think that Brie Larson is amongst my the ones that I am most excited to see. The newly reddish brunette actress is set to premiere her latest film Free Fire. Brie was the breakout star of awards season with some really amazing custom and couture looks. For her TIFF premiere I am praying that Brie really delivers a major look on the red carpet. This Versace Resort 2017 gown which features some gorgeous abstract embroidery would be amazing on Brie, whom totally rocks the more sporty side of glamour. In a perfect world chic old Hollywood waves, a light pink lip, diamond cluster earrings, and a pair of black sandals would be how Brie would bring this gown to life on the red carpet.We are going to be seeing a lot of Kristen Stewart on the red carpet over the next couple of months. I am praying that her style is on point, and that she finally fixes that fugly hair. Personal Shopper started its journey at the Cannes Film Festival and it is going to make a bunch of stops over the course of the next few months. Chanel is one of the sponsors of this film so I am sure that Kristen will be decked out in the brand on the red carpet at the films premiere. Kristen has worn so many looks from the Chanel Fall 2016 RTW collection, but their is only one look that I have been looking for Kristen to wear that she hasn’t. This black gown which features sheer bell sleeves and some gold beaded chain embellishments on the waist and arms as been one look that I am praying that Kristen gets her hands on. Most of the Cruise 2017 and Fall 2016 Couture collection felt to froufy for Kristen, but this is the perfect mix of classic Chanel and Kristen’s edge. A sleek hairstyle, a red lip, and a pair of black sandals would round this look out perfectly to ensure that Kristen has a very major moment on the TIFF red carpet. Last year when Lily James burst onto the scene with the promo tour for Cinderella I immediately fell in love. Since then the British actress has kinda let me down. I am hoping that with her new role as the face of Burberry’s new fragrance that Lily has a new found sense of red carpet style. This year at the Toronto International Film Festival we are expecting to see Lily hit the red carpet at the premiere of her latest film The Exception. With her new role as a face of Burberry I would imagine that Lily will get to wear another of the much hushed Burberry September 2016 see now buy now collection that will be presented at London Fashion Week, which takes place the day after TIFF closes. Since I really have no idea what the collection contains I went with something that I think Lily would be adorable in. I love it when Lily goes full feminine glam on the red carpet, like a modern Audrey Hepburn and this red Dolce & Gabbana Alta Moda Fall 2016 tiered cocktail dress would be another of those moments. I might have rolled by eyes at this a year ago during the Cinderella tour because I was ultimately fatigued by all the princess references in her looks but I do think that this is the perfect look to really add a spicy Latin flair to that princess style. I would style this look with chic old Hollywood waves, a pair of dazzling diamond drop earrings, a light pink lip, and a pair of simple black sandals to really drive home the elegance of this look. I am really excited that Natalie Portman is back on the scene this fall with two films making the rounds at the fall film festivals. I am praying that in the transition from the in house team at Dior to Maria Grazia Chiuri as creative director that the houses spokes models are given a chance to explore their sartorial style. I miss the days when Natalie was a Dior girl and all that meant was that something on her person was always Dior, not the label head to toe. I don’t think that has worked for the label since Raf came on board in 2012. For the TIFF premiere of Jackie I am really looking forward to seeing what Natalie will bring to the red carpet. I decided to go with a very fun look for Natalie with this rainbow Schiaparelli Fall 2016 Couture strapless tea length gown. Natalie has always had a pension for abstract looks favoring labels like Rodarte, Givenchy Couture, Viktor & Rolf, Giambattista Valli, and Lanvin prior to her days as a Dior girl. I think that this would be one of those statement making looks and I think that Natalie has the perfect grace and elegance to make this look come off as effortless on the red carpet at the Jackie premiere. Keeping the styling very elegant with a black Dior box clutch, a chic updo, light pink lip, smokey eye, simple diamond drop earrings, and simple pink sandals would really ensure that this is one of Natalie’s best red carpet looks EVER. Sophie Nelisse has been an actress to watch since she first hit the film scene in 2013 when she stared in The Book Thief. Since then Sophie has had a gradual climb in Hollywood star status, but also in her fashion choices. I am hoping that at the TIFF premiere of her latest project Mean Dreams that Sophie really starts to let her fashion flag shine. I think that Sophie would be absolutely adorable in this violet purple Marchesa Resort 2016 feathered gown which features a v-neckline, short sleeves, and a high-low hem skirt. I think that this is a perfect look for a 16 year old actress to wear on the red carpet as it is fun, youthful, glam and edgy all at the same time. At 16 you can have a lot of fun with fashion and what is more fun that feathers? Many have criticized Marchesa for making their looks way too complicated and over designed. I love the drama of Marchesa designs and there is such a wide range of women who can make them work on the red carpet. Finishing this look for Sophie would take a chic updo, soft pink glossy lip, dyed to match Stuart Weitzman ‘Nudist’ sandals, and diamond cluster earrings. I got really excited when I saw that The Bad Batch was selected to be apart of the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival. Suki Waterhouse has always been one that I usually love on the red carpet (though so silver silk pajamas that she wore were terrible) and I am praying that she really brings it to her red carpet premieres. Like Lily I would probably bet that Suki will most likely take advantage of wearing a look from that yet to be presented September collection. But since Lily is the current face I would also think that they might reserve that right exclusively for her. I would really love to see Suki hit the TIFF red carpet wearing this gorgeous burnt clay Nina Ricci Resort 2017 asymmetrical midi dress which features an asymmetrical ruffle on the neckline and a gorgeous circular print. Some might say that this dress is too casual for a film festival premiere but I believe that with the right styling that it would be more than perfect for this occasion. A pair of glittering gold Miu Miu platform sandals, a gold Edie Parker glitter clutch, pulled back loose waves, and a bold red lip would make this a major moment for Suki, and perfectly appropriate for a TIFF premiere red carpet.