Here is a roundup of many more delightful Spanish beauties who graced the red carpet for the opening ceremony of the Malaga Film Festival 2014 held at the Cervantes Theatre on Friday (March 21) in Malaga, Spain.
Leonor Watling: The actress wore a very familiar Dolce & Gabbana design. The dress has had a revamp from the satin version which dominated the red carpet back in 2009, to this sequined version we see before us today. Leonor enlivened the look with a red pout and side-swept locks.
Ruth Nunez: Perhaps one of my favourites on this red carpet, Ruth’s lilac empire-waist gown is so very romantic, season appropriate and ultra-flattering. Minimal styling was the perfect way to honour this gown.
Silvia Abascal: The actress was radiant wearing a Hoss Intropia custom-made red beaded gown that dazzled and glimmered from every direction. She styled her gorgeous look with Christian Louboutin accessories and Piaget jewels.
Marian Aguilera: The red-haired actress looked divine wearing a Dolores Promesas nude gown with gold lace embroidery, which was accented with a bow at the waist.
Ana Rujas: There are several great things about Ana’s pale-pink central-slit open-back Jorge Vázquez gown with a beaded yoke and sleeves; however, the accessories, especially the Jimmy Choo shoes, are oh so very wrong, sadly.
Veronica Echegui: Going for an uber-sexy look, Veronica donned a black Herve Leger by Max Azria bandage gown with a V-neckline.
Elizabeth Reyes: This had a lot of potential, but I would need to make this Rafael Urquízar gown strapless and lose the black leather opera gloves.
Belen Lopez: While I love the colour of Belen’s fuchsia Gabriela Cadena gown, the black beaded necklace is a tad overdramatic, even for some like me who lives for red carpet drama.
Sara Vega: The Spanish singer styled her lace long-sleeved bridal-esque YolanCris gown with a gold Jimmy Choo clutch.
Cristina Castano: Also opting for a spring-like hue was Cristina, who graced the red carpet in this standard one-shoulder mint-green pleated design by Adolfo Domínguez.