Venice red carpet fashion has its highs and lows on its 79th international film festival. Now, it is going to be the cinematic bellwether for the rest of the year 2022 and up to the next year’s awards season.
Accordingly, you can see the famous stars out there this year in their full force. Compared with the two pandemic years, this time you may see more glitz and glam as its priority.
About Venice Red Carpet Fashion: Highs And Lows Of Fashion
This is the 79th Venice International Film Festival. Now, it’s the time to look back at this year’s looks. Accordingly, it is about the highs and lows of red carpet gowns and suits.
Interestingly, this was the look everyone was talking about this year. It has broken the internet and proved quite divisive.
Accordingly, Chalamet has embraced the gender fluid style. However, his backless red jumpsuit (with matching shiny scarf) from Haider Ackerman gave off an ungodly mix. That shows like a sexy Mr. Tumnus and a mad aunt at a wedding.
Ana De Armas
Ana De Armas, the star of the Marilyn Monroe biopic Blond. It showed up to the premiere wearing a plunging, pink plissé Louis Vuitton gown. However, she looked phenomenal.
Interestingly, it wasn’t over the top, she just managed to pull off a look that is both graceful and iconic.
Harry Styles, this time can be Gucci like no one’s business. He was not genuinely spouting nonsense during press conferences. Or may not be spitting on his Don’t Worry Darling co-stars.
Accordingly, his beige double-breasted suit, neckerchief and flared trousers worked. However, people were not sure about how they felt about the oversized origami collar.
He has worn his navy-blue blazer on the red carpet. Those OTT 70s pointy edges would have anyone’s eye out.
Jodie Turner Smith
Jodie Turner Smith has won the Golden Lion for Best Dressed Actress for all her outfits on the Lido this year. Accordingly her custom Harbison outfit at the screening of The Whale was a highlight.
However, it was her green-gloved opening ceremony gown. And, the multicoloured Christopher John Rogers dress at the Bardo premiere.