Lucy Boynton stuns in sheer feathered gown at TIFF premiere: 'This is beyond words'

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TORONTO, ONTARIO - SEPTEMBER 11: Lucy Boynton attends the
Lucy Boynton attends the "Chevalier" Premiere during the 2022 Toronto International Film Festival. (Photo by Leon Bennett/Getty Images)

Lucy Boynton knows how to steal the show.

On Sunday, the 28-year-old attended the 49th Toronto International Film Festival for the premiere of her latest flick "Chevalier."

Styled by Leith Clark, the in-demand actress graced the red carpet in a mint green sheer bodysuit gown with a feathered bodice by Valentino. Appearing in front of fans and fellow celebrities at the TIFF Bell Lightbox, the "Bohemian Rhapsody" star smiled and waved at the paparazzi while twirling her skirt around her body.

To accessorize, Boynton opted for a pair of classic silver heels, a delicate diamond bracelet and two silver rings.

Celebrity hairdresser Ben Skervin styled the starlet's blonde bob in loose waves, while nail artist Ellena Michelle gave Boynton a bedazzled manicure.

For glam, makeup artist Misha Shahzada enhanced the star's flawless complexion with full lashes and silver eyeshadow.

On Monday, Shahzada took to Instagram to post a series of photos of Boyton's elegant look.

"Beautiful Lucy x Valentino," she captioned the photos, which showed close-ups of the actress's makeup and gown, as well as her holding a sparkling glass of champagne.

In the comments, fans went wild over the star's picture-perfect style.

"Gorgeous!" wrote a follower alongside a series of heart emojis.

"Beautiful darling!" commented another.

TORONTO, ONTARIO - SEPTEMBER 11: Lucy Boynton attends the
Lucy Boynton rocked a mint green Valentino gown at TIFF. (Photo by Michael Loccisano/Getty Images)

"This is beyond words," shared someone else.

"How can someone truly be this perfect? My jaw is on the floor!" raved another in the comments.

"So pretty!" penned an Instagram user.

"Stunning!" added another fan with three fire emojis.

"Chevalier" is a historical drama inspired by the true story of composer Joseph Bologne, Chevalier de Saint-Georges (played by Kelvin Harrison Jr.). Bologne is the illegitimate son of an African slave and a French plantation owner.

The film follows Bologne as he rises to new heights in French society before an ill-fated love affair with Marie Antoinette, played by Boynton.

The film also stars Samara Weaving, Minnie Driver and Marton Csokas.

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