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Evan Rachel Wood designs shoe for Gucci

Published 12/09/2016

Evan Rachel Wood
Evan Rachel Wood

Naomi Watts' loved the Chloe dress she wore to InStyle and Hollywood Foreign Press Association’s annual Toronto International Film Festival party because it looked like it could "float on its own".

Actress Evan Rachel Wood has turned shoe designer for Gucci.

The Into the Forest star regularly collaborates with the Italian fashion house, and has been starring in its fragrance campaigns since 2010. She can now also add footwear designer to her resume, after creating a shoe for Gucci with her initials engraved on them.

“They let me design a shoe. It was very exciting. They’ve got the E.R.W. on the bottom,” Evan smiled to at the InStyle and Hollywood Foreign Press Association’s annual Toronto International Film Festival party.

Evan stayed loyal to the brand at the event, which was presented by Max Mara, by wearing a Gucci suit, teamed with teal Jimmy Choo shoes. She posed next to Nicole Kidman who wore a red and black striped Nina Ricci dress.

“I’m excited to see old friends. Every time I come to this party I feel like it’s like a high school reunion. I run into everyone I've ever met!” Evan added.

Also at the bash was A-list couple Naomi Watts and Liev Schreiber, who appeared loved up as they posed together on a couch. Liev looked dapper in a charcoal suit with a blue shirt, while Naomi opted for an ethereal Chloe gown.

"I love it because it’s gorgeous and flowy and almost looks like it would float on its own,” she explained.

Dakota Fanning showed off her toned body in a red Cinq a Sept dress, which she said “felt right” because she’s been wearing a lot of colour recently.

Preacher actress Ruth Negga went for a delicate Prada gown, which had sequin detail running throughout.

“I love the sparkles, and it’s a very lovely fit. I love vintage things and this has a very lovely vintage-y feel while being very modern at the same time,” she shared.

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