We’ve seen Anna Dello Russo’s eccentric phase, she’s also had a fruit hat wearing phase, then a masculine phase; is a white phase next?
That looks to be the case, as the Vogue Nippon editor arrived at two events during the 2011 Cannes Film Festival last night wearing two white gowns.
The first was an Alberta Ferretti bridal-esqe gown with asymmetrical origami pleats and a full ruffled tiered silk tulle skirt which was custom-made for Anna.
She wore this to “The Tree Of Life” Premiere with a gold wheat, white rose accented fascinator with a black veil.
Later that same evening, Anna attended the “Fashion For Relief Japan Appeal 2011″ wearing yet another custom-made dress.
This crepe dress with white camellia detail at the waist and draping on the hips was especially designed by Moschino.
The first gown reminds me a lot of the Alberta Ferretti gown Winona Ryder wore to the 2011 SAG Awards.
This gown is too bridal for my taste, plus her jewels are too much for such a delicate gown.
I much prefer the styling of the Moschino look.
Which do you prefer?
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