Elizabeth Banks In Elie Saab – ‘Beasts Of No Nation’ Venice Film Festival Premiere

Elizabeth Banks In Elie Saab - 'Beasts Of No Nation' Venice Film Festival Premiere

Elizabeth Banks attended the ‘Beasts Of No Nation’ premiere, held at Sala Grande on Thursday (September 3) during the 2015 Venice Film Festival in Venice, Italy.

Everything was coming up flowers—again—for the actress and jury member who returned to pretty blooms for her latest look at the festival.

Building on the bouquet from her photocall frock the day before, this Elie Saab Resort 2016 front-slit gown is rendered in an equally eye-catching print which she accessorized with Borgioni and Djula jewels, a metallic Jimmy Choo ‘Tube’ clutch, and Christian Louboutin ‘Benedetta’ black strappy sandals.

I actually preferred this dress once it came alive to the pace of her walk, as the breeze caught the diaphanous fabric and the cape-like back and skirt floated behind her.

A less contrived hairstyle in the form of loose waves would have furthered my affection.

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Emily Browning In Roksanda – ‘Legend’ London Premiere

Emily Browning In Roksanda - 'Legend' London Premiere
Emily Browning attended the world premiere of ‘Legend,’ hosted at Odeon Leicester Square in London, England on Thursday (September 3).

At first glance, I didn’t think I would favour the Aussie starlet’s Roksanda gown, which she styled with a romantic, loose updo.

But then the delicious coral-pink hue began to win me over, as did the quiet charm of the folded collar and the understated simplicity of the dress that required no sequins, slits, or other bells and whistles to make an impact.

What did you make of this look?

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Alice Eve In Marni – ‘Before We Go’ LA Premiere

Alice Eve In Marni -  'Before We Go' LA Premiere

Alice Eve attended the ‘Before We Go’ Los Angeles premiere, held at the ArcLight Cinemas in Hollywood, California on Wednesday (September 2).

Clearly channeling an early fall spirit, the actress wore a Marni Pre-Fall 2015 colour-blocked dress styled with a Jimmy Choo ‘Cloud’ clutch.

While I don’t mind the lookbook version, the reality as presented on Alice didn’t translate as seamlessly. The silhouette appeared proportionally ill-suited to her frame and likewise in need of some solid tailoring.

The styling didn’t help matters between the messy pinned-up hairstyle, studded clutch, and vampy heels.

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Alessandra Ambrosio In Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini – ‘Spotlight’ Venice Film Festival Premiere

Alessandra Ambrosio In Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini -  'Spotlight' Venice Film Festival Premiere

Alessandra Ambrosio joined fellow model Hilary Rhoda at the 2015 Venice Film Festival premiere of ‘Spotlight’ at Sala Grande on Thursday (September 3) in Venice, Italy.

If there’s one thing to be said about Alessandra, it’s consistency. This is her third time in as many days to wear a sheer Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini gown.

While quite similar to her white see-through moment at the opening ceremony, this Fall 2015 number seemed marginally more appropriate for the red carpet, if only because of its darker, more formalized hue.

She clearly loves wearing such looks—and she works them to full advantage, beautifully showcasing the movement of the dress.

But are you ready for a break from the transparency?

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Hilary Rhoda In Kaufmanfranco – ‘Spotlight’ Venice Film Festival Premiere

Hilary Rhoda In Kaufmanfranco - 'Spotlight' Venice Film Festival Premiere

Hilary Rhoda graced the red carpet of the 2015 Venice Film Festival ‘Spotlight’ premiere held at Sala Grande on Thursday (September 3) in Venice, Italy, where she was photographed alongside Chopard co-president and artistic director Caroline Scheufele.

Elegant glamour personified, the model was dressed in a Kaufmanfranco sequin spiderweb mesh design where she was likely adorned in Chopard’s dazzlers, as she recently announced her role as the new face of the brand’s Imperiale collection on Instagram.

Maintaining the precarious balance between glittery gown and statement jewelry, the look was striking without venturing into overdone territory.

This was likely due to the languid, relaxed silhouette of the dress and her sleekly simplified bun.

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