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Susan Sarandon: Too busy for fashion

Published 14/09/2015

Susan Sarandon
Susan Sarandon

Susan Sarandon was glad Max Mara took care of her at the Toronto International Film Festival.

The Thelma & Louise actress has been hitting red carpets to promote her work for more than 40 years. But during that time, the 68-year-old has never really fallen in love with fashion.

“I’ve never gotten into [fashion]. I don’t really have the time,” she confessed to WWD at the Toronto International Film Festival.

Susan was in town to promote her new movie About Ray, which also stars Naomi Watts and Elle Fanning. The star wore a white jumpsuit by Max Mara with a grey jacket featuring black piping and was glad the fashion house came to her rescue.

“When I got [into town], Max Mara took care of me,” she smiled. “I think they were very generous with a lot of people.”

As well as promoting their latest movies, Hollywood’s biggest stars took the opportunity to hit up some of the best parties thrown in the city for the event. At the Entertainment Weekly “The Must List” bash, British actress Emily Blunt wished she could slip into something more comfortable to get her groove on.

“I want to take my high heels off, for sure. Maybe if I wear some sneakers, I can let loose a bit,” she laughed to the outlet.

The star had previously wowed on the red carpet in a gorgeous strapless dress by Dior Haute Couture. She paired it was some Sophia Webster shoes and Neil Lane jewels, while her hair was worn in loose waves.

Julianne Moore also stood out at the event in a geometric striped Valentino Haute Couture dress.

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