Red carpets are always exciting. They are glamorous, they are memorable, they are statement; a real conversation starter. The Venice Film Festival is perhaps not as popular as the Cannes Film Festival but when it comes to fashion, there really is no comparing because they both are equally spectacular. Our favorite celebrities never cease to amaze us with their picks for the event. This year’s event was no different. Following is a list of some of the standout designs sported by our favorite celebrities from this season’s event. Let’s get started!
Claire Foy had perhaps one of the most talked about outfits amongst them all. For the First Man premiere, Foy opted for a rather bold Valentino dress. A perfect mix of pink and red, Foy’s dress was an edgy yet deliciously colorful number that made her look like nothing short of royalty. A pleated pink below the knee dress that was draped with a deep red poncho of sorts is how we would describe this one of a kind design which Foy paired with a sleek side part pixie cut and minimal makeup; a true queen.
Wilde’s pick for the Venice Film Festival red carpet was a classic and rather traditional one. For the event, she chose a classic strapless floor length red gown by Ulyana Sergeenko. The traditional ball gown was particularly flattering on Wilde’s dainty physique. She completed her look by keeping her accessories minimal paired with clean, slicked back hair; what a gorgeous beauty.
Posey is known for her minimal outlook and simple style aesthetic. For the Venice Film Festival, Posey opted for an embellished blue Erdem dress. She kept her golden locks tied in a loose and effortless ponytail keeping her makeup to a minimum as always. To complete her ensemble, she sported some statement block heels. An overall very simple and casual yet just as statement look that makes Posey style always stand out.
It wasn’t only raining gowns on the red carpet. When it came to Barbara Palvin, the brunette beauty opted for short, fun cocktail mini dress by Armani Prive that was both simple yet statement. What made her dress truly stand out were its cuts and its extravagant print that was just perfect; not too much, not too less.
Naomi is a walking talking style statement, the true queen of the red carpet. For this year’s Venice Film Festival red carpet, Naomi was spotted sporting a pink tiered Armani Prive gown that was as flirty as it was fun. The layered ruffled texture made sure to catch everyone’s eye. She completed her look by letting her hair loose in wavy locks, simple jewelry, and a complimenting pink clutch; fun, flirty and super feminine.
Emma Stone rules all of our hearts for all the right reasons: it is because she is truly a queen. Emma arrived at the Venice Film Festival in a pair of shorts paired with a striped shirt. She was seen sporting her famous ginger red locks and paired the look with deep gold pump heels. For her bold fashion choices, Emma has always been a queen. Her red carpet reassured us that she will forever remain the undisputed queen.
Salvucci arrived at the red carpet wearing a stunning black gown that featured a geometric sequins pattern along with edgy slits that made it all the more statement. Salvucci completed the look by letting her blonde locks loose and black open toed heels; dark, sultry, and delicious.
Sporting a stunning metallic shiny gown, Izabel’s look was a sight for sore eyes. Her design verged more towards ancient Roman and Greek inspired cuts. A plunging neckline along with rope details on the torso highlighter her figure in the best way possible. The floor length number was truly a statement piece. She paired the look with simple silver strappy heels and the classic Hollywood side swept hair.
When it comes to red carpet fashion, the Venice Film Festival really didn’t disappoint. Do you agree with our top picks?