Malaga Film Festival Closing Ceremony

The 2013 Malaga Film Festival had its official closing ceremony at Teatro Cervantes in Spain on Saturday.

Juana Acosta: Probably the best-dressed star of this festival, Juana wore a gorgeous limoncello gown by Spanish designer, Lorenzo Caprile. The form-fitting gown with padded shoulders and a mermaid silhouette was styled with a Lorenzo Caprile gold clutch and Barcena jewels for a head-to-toe Spanish representative look. Glossy waves, a red lip colour and matching manicure completed her look.

Dafne Fernandez: My favourite Spanish actress kept it simple and chic, wearing an Oscar de la Renta navy gown from the Spring 2013 collection. Opting not to wear the gold-metallic belt that the dress was styled with on the runway, she instead added a gold clutch to her navy short-sleeved gown with a sheer yoke. While Dafne looks stunning, I would’ve preferred the look with the belt.

Eva Marciel: The actress also selected a bold colour, wearing a Carolina Herrera lace emerald-green one-shoulder gown styled with Jimmy Choo sandals, a gold Escada clutch and gold Tous jewels. Like Juana, she also opted for glossy waves, red lips and a red manicure.

2013 Malaga Film Festival Closing Ceremony

Maria Leon: Her Valentino spring gown, featuring a sleeveless camisole-style bodice with a v-neck and open lattice work throughout, was wisely kept very simple; however, the gown appears to be too long for her.

Norma Ruiz: The only think I like about Norma’s look are her shoes. Her Emilio Pucci gown looks overworked and the area around the slit looks unfinished; bunching up like it is caught in her underwear, which is surprising considering this gown was custom made. Blue Jimmy Choo ‘Lance’ sandals and Carolina Herrera jewels completed her look.

Candela Pena: Sadly, Candela does not have the height required to pull off this Gucci Spring 2013 halter gown with ruffled details. It is totally overwhelming her and I’m a little underwhelmed by her styling.