Best dressed at the BFI London Film Festival
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This is why Queen Cate reigns forever long in our hearts—not everyone can pull off this fluid, form-flattering Esteban Cortázar cape dress, but she does so very regally while keeping her hair and makeup minimally chic.
Rooney Mara's usual monochromatic aesthetic didn't translate to the red carpet this time, and we're thankful for that as her Alexander McQueen tier ruffled dress is exquisitely feminine, while her deep red lip adds a touch of boldness to her look.
Keeping up with the fall-appropriate colour theme, Rachel Weisz's Lanvin gown in brown and gold along with floral lamé is a work of art, exuding an effortless radiance that goes hand in hand with her confidence.
Sienna Miller stays true to her romantic boho roots in a white Michael Kors lace frock that's dreamy and strait-laced while looking understatedly glamorous.
Carey Mulligan wears a dusky purple Chanel couture dress from the AW15 collection, one that's stunningly embellished and ruffled elaborately for a touch of drama during this festival.
Going down the mod, retro route, Brie Larson's Valentino embroidered mini dress is the only mid-thigh skimming dress that takes the cake for its delicate handcraft along with her impeccable styling.
Meryl Streep doesn't look a day over fabulous in this lovely cobalt blue Lanvin drape gown, especially so when it complements her complexion. A pop of red from her clutch provides an extra touch of red-carpet elegance.