I love your look! You make me want to add another necklace,” says Margaret Qualley at the annual dinner of TIFF Chanel at Soho House Toronto this weekend, one of the most star-estudded events at this year’s film festival.
The actor refers to the ropes of pearls that I have layered on a Chanel-in-Monaco T-shirt special edition of the 2023 Cruise event. Qualley, who plays a predominance in Sanctuary, which was released the next day, kept its accessories clean for a stitch look covered in Chanel’s famous CCs.
Tilda Swinton, Tyler Perry and Anna Kendrick were among the other directors who mixed up at the third annual female filmmaker dinner. The event is organized jointly with Variety Magazine to discover the talent of Chanel Women’s Writers’ Network—a project that the brand has been supporting in partnership with TIFF. But it was the unmistakable energy of Hollywood networks in overdrive that gave tonight its buzz with so many actors, writers, directors, and future work opportunities in space.
Many expressed their excitement that the TIFF was going back at full speed, including director Elegance Bratton, whose film Inspection premiered before the day. He’s so delighted by Toronto that he would like to buy a home here, he shared, “If New York and Detroit had a socialist baby, it would be Toronto. ”
Qualley, meanwhile, giggled when asked what preparation he had made for his role as a dominatrix. Did he involve any whip, chain or leather? “It’s more of a psychological and not too sexual war,” he explained. Whatever the atmosphere of the film, you have reason to celebrate. His performance with co-star Christopher Abbott has been called “riveting” and “electric. ”
Here is our round of Chanel photos and Variety event: