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September 1, 2019

Venice Film Festival Saturday Red Carpet Roundup

There were plenty more striking fashion moments at the Venice Film Festival on Saturday (August 31).

Min Pechaya: The Thai model had an unabashed princess moment in custom Etro. It was her second bespoke look from the designer following her bold blue gown.

Bella Thorne: The actress brought some toughness to the bias draping in her Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini crystal and metallic stud mesh asymmetric gown. If it feels familiar, it was previously worn by Priyanka Chopra.

Madisin Rian: There was so much to admire with her ornate Giorgio Armani Fall 2018 gown, but her ethereal beauty is still the first thing one notices.

Alessandra Mastronardi: A white shirt with ornate skirt can be a breath of fresh air for evening, and she went the extra mile in Valentino thanks to the feathery cuffs and statement choker.

Hikari Mori: No form of embellishment seemed to be forgotten about in the Japanese beauty’s Ralph & Russo Fall 2019 Couture dress. The more naked parts attempt to provide relief and dimension, but it feels a bit thrown together.

Greta Ferro: The colour and subtle texture of the fabric on her Armani Spring 2019 suit bring some personality, but it was the accessories that really amped up the look.

Sara Sampaio: She showed off the stripes on her Armani Prive Fall 2019 dress to full effect. Seeing a strong pattern was a nice change of pace.

Matilde Gioli in Giorgio Armani + Bulgari jewels

Matilde Gioli: The simplicity of the Italian actress’ ensemble was striking. The crisp Giorgio Armani separates were punctuated beautifully with Bulgari jewels.


Catherine Deneuve in Giorgio Armani

Catherine Deneuve: The legendary French actress also highlighted the merits of finishing touches in Giorgio Armani with her red accessories and a scrawling tonal print.

Barbara Palvin: After some underwhelming looks, she went understated in embellished Armani. The bow headband will likely divide over its tweeness.

Alice Pagani in Giorgio Armani

Alice Pagani: This short Giorgio Armani ensemble was modern flapper personified. Even her blunt bob plays into it.

Élodie Yung: The stripes of purple in the French actress’ red Armani Prive gown bring such dimension. It’s pleasing to see she didn’t overcook the look with accessories.

Roberta Ruiu: There was also a flapper feeling to the musician’s Blumarine dress, especially thanks to the jewellery. The fabric has a grungy design which isn’t often seen.

Michelle Hunziker: The Italian-Swiss stunner showed white doesn’t automatically look bridal in Giorgio Armani. The coat silhouette with leg reveal was a sultry surprise.

Camille Rowe: She showed some leg in Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini. Despite the glittering fabric, it still feels casual and brings to mind babydoll dresses of the 2000s.

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