What’s my line? Emma Watson arrives at the Perks of Being a Wallflower party.
Partying with wallflowers
I got carded entering last night's Perks of Being a Wallflower party, which apparently had nothing to do with its highschool theme (complete with a yearbook photo booth and cocktails in plastic cups). Not required to prove their identity or age to get access to Vitamin Water's bash in a garage turned condo sales spot out Trinity Bellwoods way were Emma Watson in floral and lace Erdem, Nina Dobrev, Mae Whitman, Darren Criss, Alia Shawkat and so many other so young Hollywood types.
Uptown star sightings
While Yorkville hasn't seen much TIFF nightlife action, the neighbourhood has been drawing its fair share of daytime bold face. Johnny Depp, Ewan McGregor, Adrian Grenier, Woody Harrelson, Naomi Watts and Colin Farrell all stopped by Holt Renfrew's Variety photo studio, on until Tuesday at its Bloor Street flagship. And down the street at Roots yesterday, Ed Norton sipped lemonade at a stand set up to raise money for Big Brothers Big Sisters.
Also yesterday, in the depths of Rosedale at the University of Toronto president's place, Jude Law and Trudie Styler hosted a swanky fundraising brunch for the Paul Haggis-founded, Haiti-benefiting charity Artists for Peace and Justice. Two auction packages to attend a Hollywood awards show went for a combined $38,000 while the chance to appear in Haggis' next film earned an even 40 K. Also on hand to observe the bidding was What Maise Knew's Alexander Skarsgard, Dobrev's boyfriend actor Ian Somerhalder and tennis star Milos Raonic.