There were many more people who joined Rita Ora and Ezra Miller on the red carpet for the LuisaViaRoma for Unicef, and the Luisaviaroma Window To A Fashion Future World event, which was held at La Certosa di San Giacomo on Saturday (August 29) and Friday (August 28) in Capri, Italy.
Natasha Poly: Luisaviaroma for Unicef: The supermodel also had a semi sheer moment, but we can all agree that it was carried with much more grace than Ezra, even if you aren’t a fan of all things sheer. Her Ashi Studio Fall 2019 Couture look has plenty of drama thanks to the bold sleeves and cascading train. I can’t say I’m a huge fan of the oversized earrings, which get caught up in the neckline of her top, but I do love how she styled this look with Rene Caovilla Cleo sandals.
Luisaviaroma Window To A Fashion Future World Event: The night before, the model looked gorgeous while keeping things very low key. To be honest, I much prefer the simplicity of this look. The Ashi Studio Couture look has a slight feeling of “biting off a little more than she could chew.” Mostly in reference to the top half.
Cindy Bruna: Luisaviaroma Window To A Fashion Future World Event: There was a time when I used to frown upon brown dresses on the red carpet, but when the shade is right, and when the design is flattering – like this Balmain Fall 2020 ruffled dress – what’s not to love? The shade on the runway is a little too muddy for my liking. Cindy’s chocolately version hue is perfection, but that could be down to the lighting at this event.
Luisaviaroma for Unicef: For the second night, the model gave us an even more sultry moment in Mônot. Having attended the Fall 2020 show herself – you can see Cindy seated behind the runway model – she decided upon her own styling with a bespoke ORLOV Serpentes necklace.
Nathalie Emmanuel: The British actress was gleaming as she made her way down the red carpet wearing a signature sequined dress from Galvan’s Spring 2020 collection. She complemented the frock with Jimmy Choo ‘Thyra’ sandal and the celebrity favourite ‘Clemmie’ clutch. This is the very definition of, “there is no such thing as too much sparkle.”
Alessandra Mastronardi: Something about the colours made me think that this was a Chanel Resort look at first, but the Italian actress is actually wearing a two-piece look which hails from the Zimmermann Spring 2020 collection.
Credit: Vogue & Elisabetta Villa/Getty Images for Luisa Via Roma
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