Diane Kruger in Prada Couture – Diane dominated the red carpet in this beautiful embellished Grecian gown. She accessorised with understated jewels and a metallic clutch. I wasn’t crazy about her hair, it looks like she didn’t have enough time to do it so she just flung it up.
Elizabeth Banks in Dolce and Gabbana – Elizabeth looked absolutely flawless from head to toe! Definitely one of my favourites from Venice Film Festival so far!
Laura Baily in Valentino Pre-Fall 2015 – I love this sheer embroidered gown so much. I don’t know why Laura is wearing such tacky glasses, luckily she took them off when she got into the venue.
Alessandra Ambrosio in Philosophy Di Lorenzo Serafini – I am really confused to why one of the most gorgeous women in the world is wearing such an ugly dress. The whole outfit just looks so cheap.
Elisa Sednaoui in Armani – The dress itself is so gorgeous and the detailing is exquisite, the belt just ruins the whole look.
Kasia Smutniak in Valentino – I really love the top of this dress but the skirt looks a little bit messy. You can see sheer parts of the skirt which makes it look unfinished.
Rossella Fiamingo in Antonio Marras – Rosella looks so gorgeous in this sheer red and black lace dress. She paired the dress with strappy black heels and clutch, and a pop of red lipstick.
Anita Caprioli in Givenchy – Anita is wearing a minimalist asymmetric black gown. I love that she didn’t feel the need to go over the top with her jewellery and kept the whole look simple.
Diane Kruger Cushnie Et Ochi – Diane is wearing one of my favourite designers so obviously this is one of my favourite looks from the film festival so far. Red looks so good on Diane as it compliments her skin tone and her hair colour perfectly.
Viann Zhang in Ashi Studio – This would 100% be my favourite look if the material wasn’t so stiff. I love the sleeves and the feathers at the bottom of the gown. Her hair and make up is flawless and she has accessorised perfectly.
Paz Vega in Ralf & Russo – Paz looked so chic in a white embellished gown with a high neck.
Negin Mirsalehi in Philosophy Di Lorenzo Serafini – I’ve been following Negin on Instagram for years now; she is gorgeous and seems so down to earth. I loved her look from head to toe, throughout this post I have mentioned a few of my favourite looks but Negin is definitely my favourite so far.
Fiammetta Cicogna in Alberta Ferretti – Even though this gown is patterned and very fitting for an event in Italy, I find this look very boring. I don’t know whether the look is boring because of the colour of the dress or because of her hair and styling.
Goya Toledo in Elie Saab – I didn’t think much of this look either. I feel like the dress is wearing Goya rather than Goya wearing the dress. I’d prefer her hair up and for her to have more understated earrings.
Franca Sozzani in Valentino – Franca looked amazing as usual. This is exactly what the Editor-In-Chief of Vogue Italia should look like and wear.