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You decide: Who dressed the best at these TIFF parties?

InStyle and the Hollywood Foreign Press Association’s TIFF party, September 13: The annual star-studded shindig took place at the Windsor Arms Hotel.

Holt Renfrew’s cast dinner for Beeba Boys, September 13: The retailer held a garden dinner party for the cast of the film at Mongrel House’s outdoor tent.

Artists for Peace and Justice Gala, September 13: The charity event, hosted by Strombo and Paul Haggis at Casa Loma, raised $1.2 million for poverty-stricken communities. (And Moby performed.)

Vanity Fair’s Freeheld party, September 13: The magazine fêted the film with dinner and drinks at Montecito for cast members, including Ellen Page and Julianne Moore.

Party for Green Room, September 10: Hello! Canada hosted a red-carpet affair at the Storys Building.

Party for Trumbo, September 13: Hudson’s Bay paid tribute to the new Bryan Cranston film with cocktails at Montecito.

Birks Diamond Tribute to the Year’s Women in Film, September 15: The event honoured nine of Canada’s best female actors and directors, including Catherine O’Hara and Katie Boland.

Which famous party attendee dressed the best? Take our poll:

Left: Alicia Vikander (#1); Right: Brie Larson (#2)

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Best Dressed Parties

Left: Taissa Farmiga (#3); Right: Salma Hayek (#4)

Best Dressed Parties: Women

Left: Carmen Ejogo (#5); Right: AnnaLynne McCord (#6)

Best Dressed Parties

Left: Greta Gerwig (#7); Right: Anna Kendrick (#8)

Best Dressed Parties: Women

Left: Cristina Rosato (#9); Right: Gia Sandhu (#10)

Best Dressed Parties: Women

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Left: Benicio Del Toro (#1); Right: Anton Yelchin (#2)

Best Dressed Parties

Left: Adrien Brody (#3); Right: Bryan Cranston (#4)

Best Dressed Parties: Men

Left: Randeep Hooda (#5); Right: Waris Ahluwalia (#6)

Best Dressed Parties: Men

Left: Eddie Redmayne (#7); Right: Patrick Stewart (#8)

Best Dressed Parties: Men

Left: Dilip Mehta (#9); Right: Samir Amarshi (#10)

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Best Dressed Parties: Men

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