On the red carpet: Elizabeth Debicki, Lady Gaga, Julia Roberts and Cara Delevingne

By Rachel Marie Walsh

A look at the best-dressed celebrities to take to the red carpet this week.

Elizabeth Debicki

At 6ft2, Elizabeth Debicki is a stylist’s dream and can wear just about anything like a model.

She chose an Armani Privé gown with a champagne-coloured bodice for the Widows premiere during the 2018 Toronto International Film Festival.

Lady Gaga

Lady Gaga was even more sparkly in a sequinned Armani column.

The singer, who was promoting A Star is Born, is every stylist’s dream because her look turnover suggests multiple personalities. Her Instagram alone appears to belong to five similar-looking women.

Julia Roberts

Julia Roberts was chic in Dsquared at the Ben Is Back premiere. This sculpted dress is flattering but doesn’t she ever get bored of black?

She’s been wearing colour in absolutely every one of her most celebrated moments on screen, clearly selling a new film should involve some.

Cara Delevingne

Cara Delevingne rocked a Balmain minidress with shoulder pads and see-thru strips at the Toronto premiere of Her Smell.

The latter do not distract from those awesome Casadei boots, in my view.


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