Irina Shayk: After a unrecognisable hiccup at the Vogue Espana 30th anniversary party, Irina was back to her best in vintage Versace. The classic chainmail Spring 1996 dress in a bold citrine yellow hue, which was complemented by coordinating Versace heels, perfectly demonstrates a different style of glamour which sits perfectly alongside princess gowns and feathered gowns on this red carpet.
Bruna Marquezine: I LOVE how the wind enhances the storm-brewing aura of this Alberta Ferretti ombre gown. Bruna is an absolute vision here with Chopard jewelry completing her look.
Barbara Palvin: In this Armani Privé single-shoulder column dress with sequins details, Barbara looks very elegant, but I’m not that sold on the train. Chopard jewelry completed her look.
Elaine Zhong: Armani Privé’s Fall 2017 flounced bustier dress in crinoline and lamé lace was absolutely divine. Dialling down runway styling for just a bold red lip enhanced the beauty of it all.
Greta Ferro: Armani continues to be the real start of this festival, when even their non-gowns create a dramatic impact on the red carpet. This tunic and shorts combo from the Emporio Armani’s Fall 2018 collection was perfectly styled with an emerald clutch.
Cara Santana: This Giorgio Armani look was pretty, but in terms of colour and styling, I would’ve liked to have seen something different from Cara other than just neutral tones and a slick back hair do.
Donatella Versace: The designer was ravishing in a red Fall 2018 dress of her own creation.
Madisin Rian: This Giorgio Armani Spring 2012 dress has always been tricky to photograph, but it takes nothing away from the beauty of the simple design.
Matilde Gioli: Rounding out a multitude of Armani Privé looks, this Spring 2018 outfit was yet another dazzling offering.