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1. How To Dress French: Fall Fashion 2013 And Toronto Film Festival Give Inspiration:Vive le France! Some great images from the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) showcasing some gorgeous French trends, take a look below:

“The 2013 Toronto Film Festival is winding up and it’s time to get psyched, because the celebrities are here. However, with the arrival of French actress Marion Cotillard – who was in Toronto last year to premiere “Rust and Bone” – we can’t help but wonder a) what she’ll wear, and b) when she’ll give us her style secrets.

We weren’t sure when the latter was going to happen (the former has to – right?), so we’ve decided to pay homage to French fashion, by attempting to adapt it ourselves just in time for fall 2013. According to style stars and collections, here’s what we’ve learned. And Ms. Cotillard, if you’re reading this, yes, we will go shopping with you.”

How to dress FrenchRead more: www.huffingtonpost.ca/2013/09/04/how-to-dress-french-fall-fashion-2013-tiff_n_3866884.html.

2. Not the usual suspects: Fall fashion trends, with a better backstory

This article lists out some chic fall trends that are making a comeback including pixie cuts (Hello Beyoncé!), knitwear (kind of obvious), power dressing (the power suit!), Hitchcock heroines style (think Grace Kelly in To Catch a Thief), and preppy (ivy league sweaters!).

PIXIE CUT Bonjour Tristesse colour.jpgRead more: http://life.nationalpost.com/2013/09/07/not-the-usual-suspects-fall-fashion-trends-with-a-better-backstory/.

Happy fall shopping and don’t forget to look for ethical and sustainable fashion pieces!