The Annual Venice Film Festival may be an event aimed at exalting the seventh art, however, the red carpet that precedes it is one of the most acclaimed fashion runways of the year.
And even with the controversy and speculation that generated the presence (or not) of the film director Román Polanski, the president of the jury, Lucrecia Martel, defended the presence of the Polish filmmaker in the contest but clarified that he will not go to the screening of Gala of the officer and the spy: he does not want to applaud a man whom Samantha Geimer accused in 1977 of rape, when she was 13 years old and he 43, among other statements he gave about it.
In case you couldn’t see it, in case you didn’t see it all, here we bring you a selection of the best feminine looks of the night.
Every opportunity we have to appreciate Candice Swanepoel is simply extraordinary, and the Venice Festival was no exception. Swanepoel delimited everyone present with an exquisite design by Etro.
With an asymmetrical neckline, and the upper part fitted to the torso, this dress left much to talk about, but little to the imagination, allowing us to appreciate once again the sculptural figure of this beautiful woman.
Scarlett Johansson, is undoubtedly one of the favorites, and how not to be? Our Marvel queen always looks spectacular. On this occasion, Johansson wore a beautiful red dress with sequins, strapless and heart-shaped neckline with spikes, which combined perfectly with the high-cut leg opening. Johansson looked sexy and elegant with this Celine dress and decided to complement her look with red Stuart Weitzman.
Iman always brings us unique styles to any red carpet that attends. Her look was impressive with a Valentino house outfit, with prints, flowers and feathers on a palette of blue, red and white.
The young and beautiful Sofia Richie, could not miss this glamorous event, and was seen in a two-piece suit, very fresh and youthful, perfect for her silhouette, with glitters, transparencies and asymmetric cuts in Twinset, which she decided to combine subtly with a hairstyle, makeup, and accessories simple and discreet, which managed to further highlight your dress.
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The end of Big Little Liars left us many without flavors, but one of the most bitter was undoubtedly stop seeing this talented actress on the small screen.
It could have been her charm, her smile or the beautiful green of her dress that captivated us, but when you choose Gucci, you will hardly be wrong. Decorated with sequins, fine rhinestones, a delicate round neckline, and some fun bat sleeves, this dress lives up to this extraordinary actress.
Kate Upton has opted for the always successful and elegant black. The model and actress have worn a simple long black crossdress, with a sensual opening in the Twinset skirt. A style that has combined with jewel sandals and a snake-shaped choker from Bulgari.
This talented model with a career on the rise was one of the few guests who were encouraged to wear a short dress, and she knew how to do it very well, with a Twinset design in bright, vibrant blue (an explosive color) with bubble effect.
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Isabeli Fontana, also impressive, with a dress with openings in the golden key of the designer Alberta Ferretti.
A sexy, modern setting in which asymmetry reigns, the ideal set if you don’t want to go unnoticed.
Elsa Hosk preferred to bet on sensuality with an LBD with openings of the most suggestive, of the signature Etro. The black color and the lateral openings manage to stylize even more (if possible) her slender figure, demonstrating that this girl not only has a beautiful face, but that her hours of hard work in the gym have paid very well.
Caunesil was one of the few celebrities who decided to opt for a softer color such as this beautiful fuchsia dress with mauve by designer Rami Kadi, the playful details, make this a very youthful and fresh sight ideal to stand out on the red carpet so Elegant.
It was a beautiful evening, full of art, beautiful celebrities, and good taste. Which of these styles did you like the most?
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