Now in its 75th year, the red carpet of the Venice Film Festival continues to be a major fashion event where celebrities pull out all the stops to look their best. Chinese actress Guan Xiaotong and Hong Kong actress Fala Chen were only some of the celebrities that graced the Italian red carpet.
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Hong Kong actress Fala Chen stepped onto the red carpet in this black Valentino number. We love how tulle added lightness and ethereality to the heavy, dark coloured dress.
Lady Gaga made fashion headlines again with this light pink Valentino Haute Couture. Nothing short of dramatic, the pale rose feathers gives the gown much needed lightness.
This navy blue ball gown from Oscar de la Renta made Chinese actress Guan Xiaotong look svelte and slick.
Reflective gold and silver sequins are a way to look red carpet ready, as shown by Natalie Portman with this custom Gucci. Expect nothing less from the brand’s creative director Alessandro Michele.
Half Japanese and half Korean Nicole Warne, more famously known as @garypeppergirl wore a Giorgio Armani Privé that used plissé to create a dramatic yet understated cloud-like silhouette.
Japanese-Italian actress Hong-Hu Ada wore an Italian design by Renato Balestra that used sequins and stripe-like patterns to accentuate her hourglass figure.
Italian fashion editor Nicole Macchi looks like a powerful sci-fi princess in this structured number by Lebanese couturier Robert Abi Nader, complete with a braided high ponytail.
Lebanese TV presenter and producer Raya Abirached wore a canary yellow Lama Askari haute couture design that complemented and accentuated her skin tone.
English actress Mia Goth, wearing Givenchy Couture, shows how you don’t always need to rely on tight-fitting bodycon dresses to emphasise elongate your silhouette.
An LBD is always event ready, but Cate Blanchett (in Giorgio Armani Privé) takes it up a notch by pairing it with a bezels and white feather capelet