Gemma Arterton sizzles in a saucy backless crop top as she makes her glamorous arrival at the Toronto International Film Festival
She is known for her classically glamorous looks on the red carpet.
And Gemma Arterton ticked all the style boxes once again on Sunday as she arrived at the Toronto International Film Festival in Canada.
The British actress, 30, caught the attention of everyone in a striking flared trousers and crop top combo as she promoted her new film Their Finest at the Roy Thompson Hall.
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Funky: Gemma Arterton, 30, caught the attention of everyone at the Toronto Film Festival on Sunday in a striking Giorgio Armani AW16 flared trousers and crop top combo
Gemma looked incredible in the Giorgio Armani AW16 velvet ensemble, with the trousers flaring out stylishly at the ankle to give the look a 1970s vibe.
The trousers were high-waisted to enhance her long and slender legs, and featured a retro buckle at the top to cinch in at her middle.
The actress, who made her debut in hit film St. Trinians, then jazzed the look up with a matching crop top that was completely backless.
Business in the front, party in the back! Gemma opted for a saucy embellished velvet crop top, which was completely backless
Stunning: She paired the saucy top with the velvet strides, which flared out stylishly at the ankle to give the look a 1970s vibe
Held together by two embellished straps from her bust, the Gravesend-born star flashed a saucy amount of skin as she smouldered back at the cameras.
The front of the velvet top remained demure and classy, featuring buttons from the high neck to the hem and decorated with simple multi-coloured beads.
Gemma completed her simply chic Armani look with matching heeled sandals embellished with chunky gems, and a swept back, elegant up 'do.
Gorgeous: Gemma completed her simply chic look with a swept back, elegant up 'do as she signed autographs for fans
Power trio: Gemma stars in the film alongside Sam Claflin (L) and Bill Nighy (R)
Having a ball! Gemma shared a joke with her co-stars as they posed for the cameras
Co-ordinated: Gemma completed her simply chic look with matching heeled sandals embellished with chunky gems
Gemma looked in high spirits as she happily chatted and signed autographs for awaiting fans at the premiere of the film Their Finest, before heading to the elite Vanity Fair and Tiffany & Co after-party.
The new British romance-comedy is directed by Lone Scherfig, who was also responsible for An Education and One Day.
Set during World War I, the film follows a group of inspiring filmmakers who try to make a patriotic film that will boost morale of the British army during The Blitz.
Its a hit! Romantic comedy Their Finest is directed by Lone Scherfig (right), who was also responsible for An Education and One Day
Classy lady: The front of the velvet top remained demure, featuring buttons from the high neck to the hem and decorated with simple multi-coloured beads
Gemma plays lead character Catrin Cole, alongside a host of co-stars including Sam Claflin and Bill Nighy.
Having just finished her run as the bawdy Nell Gwyn on the West End, the determined film-maker role is undoubtedly a welcome change for Gemma, who recently revealed that she wishes to play a wide variety of strong female roles across her career.
She told The Telegraph: 'There are great stories that haven’t been told.
Letting her hair down: The star then headed to the elite Vanity Fair and Tiffany & Co after-party and private dinner
Natural beauty: Gemma looked stunning as she posed at the event which toasted fellow actress Lupita Nyong'o
'I’d love to do a film about [silent film actress] Mary Pickford, or the first ever female barrister. And not just historical characters, but also stuff that’s more kind of female-centric.'
Their Finest hits UK cinemas this month.
Gemma has a very busy year coming up, with plenty of projects alongside this flick in the pipeline.
A far cry from her character: Gemma plays a filmmaker who makes a patriotic film that will boost morale of the British army in the blockbuster
The Made in Dagenham star is set to star in the movie adaptation of M.R. Carey's best-selling novel The Girl With All The Gifts.
The post-apocalyptic horror film sees Gemma play Helen Justineau, a teacher that grows particularly close to a young girl with exceptional ability.
She is also gearing up to provide a voice in a new animated miniseries of Watership Down.
With Gemma voicing Clover, the show will broadcast on BBC One and stream internationally on Netflix next year.
We did it! Gemma smiled alongside her co-stars and the film's director Lone Scherfig (second left) as they celebrated Their Finest's release
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