Lucy Boynton attends the Toronto Film Festival premiere of Mary Antoinette biopic Chevalier

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Down with her red! Lucy Boynton turns heads in vibrant lace combo as she leads the glamor at Prime Video party for Mary Antoinette biopic Chevalier

Lucy Boynton made her stand out during a performance at the Toronto International Film Festival in Canada on Sunday night.

The British actress was on hand as her latest film Chevalier, in which she plays the doomed last queen of France Mary Antoinette, was celebrated at a party hosted by streaming service Amazon Prime.

Lucy, 28, opted for a vibrant red blouse and matching mini skirt and turned heads as she posed for photos before entering.

The actress added to her look with patterned red tights, while bold burgundy heels set a vibrant whole.

Lucy drew even more attention to her beautiful features and opted for minimal makeup, selected from a natural color palette.

The star was in good company that night, with co-star Samara Weaving, actress Lena Dunham and Bella Ramsey all in attendance to help her celebrate the launch of her latest film.

Looks good: Lucy, 28, opted for a vibrant red blouse and matching mini skirt and turned heads as she posed for photos at the Prime Video party for her new movie Chevalier

Looks good: Lucy, 28, opted for a vibrant red blouse and matching mini skirt and turned heads as she posed for photos at the Prime Video party for her new movie Chevalier

Say cheese: Former Game Of Thrones star Bella stood out in a colorful statement suit

Say cheese: Former Game Of Thrones star Bella stood out in a colorful statement suit

Chevalier is based on the life of the titular French-Caribbean musician Chevalier de Saint-Georges, played by Kelvin Harrison Jr.

Lucy stars as Marie Antoinette, who was executed by guillotine in 1793, in the biographical film, which was released on Sunday.

Earlier that day the actress stole the show again when she hit the red carpet at the world premiere of her new film at the Toronto International Film Festival.

Side by side: Oliver Garcia and Dianne McGunigle also attended the Prime party on Sunday

Side by side: Oliver Garcia and Dianne McGunigle also attended the Prime party on Sunday

Make way: Samara Weaving, who plays Marie-Josephine in the new film, stood out in a sophisticated black mini dress and matching heels

Make way: Samara Weaving, who plays Marie-Josephine in the new film, stood out in a sophisticated black mini dress and matching heels

Lucy shone in a gorgeous sheer bodysuit dress as she appeared on the red carpet before a star-studded audience at the TIFF Bell Lightbox.

The British-born star turned heads in the TBEN-colored Valentino Couture ensemble with feathered details.

Also the focus of the evening was Minnie Driver, who stood out from the crowd in a red jumpsuit.

The Academy Award nominee who also stars in the upcoming biopic Chevalier was stunned in the flared cut-front number.

Striking: Earlier that day, Lucy stole the show again when she walked the red carpet at the world premiere of her new film at the Toronto International Film Festival

Striking: Earlier that day, Lucy stole the show again when she walked the red carpet at the world premiere of her new film at the Toronto International Film Festival

Three's company: Lucy shone in a sheer bodysuit dress as she appeared on the red carpet at the TIFF Bell Lightbox with co-stars Minnie Driver and Samara Weaving

Three’s company: Lucy shone in a sheer bodysuit dress as she appeared on the red carpet at the TIFF Bell Lightbox with co-stars Minnie Driver and Samara Weaving

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