For the screening of her new movie ‘Whip it’ at the 2009 Toronto International Film Festival, Drew Barrymore rocked an edgy and avant-garde yellow gown by Alexander McQueen.
Drew Barrymore at TIFF was all smiles as she showed off a unique mix of romantic-punk and crayola-cool, complete with two-toned hair. The dress featured a vivid yellow under-layer that looked almost sun-lit, with a lace overlay wrapping around the shoulders and collarbone with an insect-like delicacy. To complete this offbeat romantic look, Barrymore chose a pair of satin Casadei peep-toes.
The dress is part of Alexander McQueen’s Resort 2010 collection, which also includes super-fine leggings made out of the same insect-like lace worn by Drew Barrymore at TIFF.
Drew Barrymore at TIFF in Yellow Alexander McQueen Dress
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