Rachel McAdams has taken a sartorial "vow," and it paid off at Canada's Walk of Fame ceremony on Saturday night.
The "About Time" actress was on-hand for her honour and induction in Toronto, and wore two dresses to commemorate the special occasion.
First, the 35-year-old walked the yellow carpet in a strapless, black and white Zuhair Murad chiffon column gown from the designer's Fall-Winter 2014 collection. Posing for photographers, McAdams kept her hair simple, with loose waves and a side part, and accentuated her classic look with a bold, red lip, and a dark smoky eye.
The London, Ont. native, who was also wearing Kwait jewelry, famously wore a printed Murad creation earlier this summer, at the New York premiere of her film, "A Most Wanted Man."
Inside the Canada's Walk of Fame gala, the star was seated with her parents, and brother Daniel McAdams. His wife, Kristin, posted a behind-the-scenes collage to Instagram, which highlighted the family's delight for Rachel's shining moment.
"To have this kind of thing given to you by your own country, you know, it means so much more than anything else," said McAdams, to CTV News.
But the glamour didn't stop there. McAdams changed into an asymmetrical Romona Keveza scarlet gown for the event's after-party, and also switched up her makeup, complementing her new dress with a mauve lip gloss. The "State of Play" stunner finished off her finale look with a black belt, for extra drama.
McAdams is currently filming the movie "Spotlight" in Toronto. In the film, she plays a journalist for the Boston Globe who helps uncover a molestation scandal in the Catholic Church. Mark Ruffalo and Michael Keaton also star in the thriller, which is slated for a 2015 release date.
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