Amy Adams Attends Film Festival in Christian Louboutin ‘Madalena’ Sandals

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Apparently, it isn’t enough to run a fashion and beauty empire. Tom Ford has recently added another accomplishment to his belt by debuting a full-length film at the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival. Mind you, Tom Ford isn’t just a bored designer with money to burn — it turns out, he’s actually pretty good at this filmmaking business.

Amy Adams talked about what it was like to have Tom Ford as a director on the red carpet premiere of “Nocturnal Animals” at the film festival in Toronto, Canada.

amy-adams-tiff-nocturnal-animals-christian-louboutin-1Amy Adams attends the premiere for “Nocturnal Animals” at the annual Toronto Film Festival, in Toronto, Canada on September 11, 2016

amy-adams-tiff-nocturnal-animals-christian-louboutin-2Amy wears a gorgeous golden pair of Christian Louboutin “Madalena” sandals

Amy wore an ethereal white one shoulder gown that exuded the signature Tom Ford feel. The actress dressed it up with bracelets, rings, and a hefty crystal-encrusted pair of drop earrings by David Webb. Amy finished off her look with a pair of Christian Louboutin “Madalena” sandals.

amy-adams-tiff-nocturnal-animals-christian-louboutin-3Amy looked ethereal in a white Tom Ford gown

Amy said that even though Tom Ford only had two films under his belt, he was actually a pretty mature filmmaker who knew what he wanted. He also created a confident working atmosphere on the set.

In a separate interview, Tom Ford said fashion has uniquely equipped him for a stint behind the lens. In the fashion industry, it’s easy to pick up knowledge regarding angles and lighting.

We hope Amy’s Christian Louboutin “Madalena” sandals will become available soon at Net-A-Porter and Neiman Marcus.




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