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Venice Film Festival: 7 red carpet looks that we loved

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Venice Film Festival: 7 red carpet looks that we loved

Last week, the Venice International Film Festival, one of the most important film festivals in the industry, premiered and screened some of the most anticipated films of the season. However, this festival is also very important for the fashion world, because since it takes place in Italy, Italian designers make the red carpet their own runway.

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On this occasion, the trend was dressed in slim cut, almost tube, fabrics that fell, deep necklines that do not enhance the breasts but fall on the chest. This time the risks were taken with the fabrics and textures, but not with appliques. These are the most elegant red carpet looks.

Natalie Portman

The actress wore a Gucci design for the premiere of her latest film, the musical drama Vox Lux. The shoulder pads are returning to be trend and this can be seen in Portman's dress, in addition to the neckline pronounced to the waist and the black belt that matches her black wallet. The actress combined this golden dress with a makeup of warm and natural tones.

Lady Gaga

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Unlike Portman and the trend in the red carpet of this festival in general, Lady Gaga wore a pompous dress instead of thin dress for the world premiere of A Star is Born. It is from the Valentino house and is embroidered with pale pink feathers, which are what give the volume to the dress. She wore her hair pulled up to contrast with the volume of the dress.

Emma Stone

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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The Oscar-winning actress wore on the red carpet of the premiere of one of the most anticipated films of the season, The Favorite, a design of the Louis Vuitton house by designer Nicolas Ghesquière. As usual, Stone wore a relaxed hairstyle and a thin-cut dress. Like Portman, the actress chose a design with long sleeves and deep neckline. In addition, she is now part of the trend of "naked dress", with the difference that in this dress transparencies are not the protagonist but the appliqué.

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Clémence Poésy

This other actress of the aforementioned film The Favorite also does not usually wear pompous dresses and this time was no exception. The French wore a Chanel design with a cut on the hip and thick and shiny fabric. The neckline is high and the arms are bare. She accompanied the dress with an envelope-type wallet, elongated, cylindrical and black, and unlike how it was exhibited on the runway, the actress wore no gloves.

Claire Foy

The Valentino house was also responsible for the design that The Crown actress, Claire Foy, wore for the premiere of First Man. This time, the actress took the risk in the color, because she wore this pink dress tube cut with pleats in the chest with a red cape around her neck that gave volume to the dress. She wore her hair collected and tempered to match the volume of the coat.

Izabel Goulart

The actress wore a design by Alberta Ferretti that follows the trend of bright and loose fabrics and cleavage for the opening ceremony of First Man. This silver dress was combined with a loose hair look to give an air of freshness.

Cate Blanchet

 

Cate Blanchett is already an icon of fashion and elegance. In this festival she wore two highly commented designs, both from the Giorgio Armani house. Both black velvet and with the same secret: a fall of the fabric with a dramatic sleeve. In the first, the sleeves are made with feathers embroidered around the neck and neckline. The second is an asymmetric and futuristic design that has a single bright sleeve that contrasts with the black velvet.

 

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Translated from "Festival de Cine de Venezina: 7 looks que nos encantaron de la alfombra roja"

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