The Venice Film Festival celebrates its 79th edition from 31 August, when we finally leave behind all the sanitary restrictions to enjoy 11 days of cinema as it used to be, with stunning poses from the biggest stars of film, modelling and music. While the red carpet looks are often the standout looks each night, select guests also stand out for their style choices at the press conferences, screenings and launch parties that take place during the day. In this gallery, we round up the fashion trends that fascinate celebrities as they make their way through the city of canals.
The fashionable redhead opted for the unfailing simplicity of a linen two-piece ensemble by Gucci, ideal for those confusing weeks between summer and autumn, consisting of a short shirt top with a contrasting lapel collar and contrasting piping and wide trousers with a wide silhouette and hemline.
The young actress stole the show on the red carpet in a stunning custom Alexander McQueen design. The occasion marked Sink’s first time at the film event, so she opted for a long gown with a layered lavender tulle skirt that gave the impression of feathers, complete with a strapless bodice that featured two side slits, sheer panels and glittering floral crystals and beaded embroidery.
She completed the ensemble with diamond Chopard rings and sparkling black patent leather platform heels and thick straps.
The Madrid-born actress’s third look of the day was a head-to-toe take on the ‘adlib’ aesthetic of the Mediterranean, where lace, crochet and floral openwork beach dresses in white are the undisputed stars. She opted for this Dolce & Gabbana piece, matching peep toe shoes, large hoop earrings and a ponytail hairstyle with casual fringe
The Watermelon Sugar star attended the press conference with Wilde as his partner, but also as the star of the film she is the lead in. For the press conference, the Brit wore a pinstripe double-breasted suit with black flared trousers, brown leather shoes and, to top it all off, a blue print scarf tied sailor-style.
The singer and former One Direction member stuck to his vintage androgynous style in a navy blue suit with shoulder pads by Gucci in navy blue, paired with a light blue XL v-neck shirt, striking white shoes, seventies glasses and oversized rings, all from the same Italian brand. However, the detail that caught the most attention was her turquoise manicure.
The arrival of actress Sydney Sweeney at the Venice Film Festival reminded us that in recent seasons we have witnessed the return of the bow on garments, in all its versions, of course. The actress’s bow dress, which evokes the silhouettes of the 1920s, is a clear example of its comeback. And although at first glance this garment inspires an elegant and seductive style, we know it actually has a lot of potential.
The Euphoria actress wore an absolutely on-trend Armani Privé dress with a satin neckline and a large bow attached, creating a halter-neck effect. It’s a navy blue XL bow and fitted to the body, a decorative detail that began to emerge in the 1920s, and has been iconic for certain fashion houses. To complete the look, the actress opted for black patent leather platforms.
Ana de Armas
The all-terrain jumpsuit is a wardrobe essential for any fashionista, especially if she doesn’t have too much time to think about what she’s going to wear every day. It’s even more comfortable than a pair of baggy jeans and, if that wasn’t enough, it slims the body to the max. The Cuban-born actress chose a white cotton cargo design, paired with black loafers.
Ana de Armas, on the red carpet of the Venice Film Festival 2022, chose an extra long pleated dress, accompanied by a slight train… A detail that did not allow the spectacular dress to rise at the first gust of wind in Venice. Thus, the countdown to the premiere of the film Blondie on Netflix has officially begun.