Best Dressed at Venice Film Festival
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Just when we thought red carpet season was well and truly over, the 75th annual Venice Film Festival arrived and blessed us with a whole array of stunning looks. From fairytale princess gowns to Flamingo pink feathers to 80's glam, it was a real mix of styles on the red carpet. Here is our pick of the best looks: Lady Gaga in Valentino Haute Couture
Lady Gaga wasn't going to let anyone else steal the show at her first starring role film premiere, and rightly so. All eyes were on the singer-turned-actress as she waltzed down the red carpet in this rose pink organza dress, embroidered with feathers. Aptly named 'The Flamingo' dress, this is one gown that we won't be forgetting about anytime soon. Emma Stone in Louis Vuitton
Academy Award-winning actress Emma Stone turned to her label of choice, Louis Vuitton, for this red carpet look. Her classic nude dress is adorned from head to toe with beading and floral embroidery, and the high split through the skirt keeps the look fresh. Dakota Johnson in Dior
Dakota Johnson served us serious ethereal goddess vibes in this white gown by Dior. She accessorised her lace dress with strappy Gucci sandals, and later in the day a pair of oversized tortoiseshell sunglasses. Tres Chic. Sadie Sink in Miu Miu
Sadie Sink channelled the 1960's in this Miu Miu mini dress. The Stranger Things actress's dress is yellow and adorned with huge star detailing which are both set to be big trends for the upcoming season. At just 16 years old it seems we have a new fashion icon on our hands! Tina Kunakey in Twinset
Animal print has had a revival in the fashion world this year, and French model Tina Kunakey shows us how to wear it without resembling Pat Butcher. She kept her look simple, letting the tiger print Twinset dress do all of the talking.
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All eyes were on Bruna Marquezine at The Sister's Brothers premiere. The Brazillian model wore this incredible liquid gold gown by Ralph and Russo. The British brand is famous for its showstopping red carpet gowns and this dress was no different. Mia Goth in Givenchy
Sometimes you really can't beat a black dress. Actress Mia Goth lived up to her last name in this stunning long-sleeved dark cut-out gown. The silver embroidery throughout the skirt added an element of glamour to the look. Mia has been seriously killing it in the style stakes recently, but this look is our favourite. Kristine Froseth in Miu MiuView this post on Instagram
You might not recognise her straight away, but Kristine Froseth is one of the stars of the new Netflix original film Sierra Burgess is a Loser which premiered this week. She looked amazing in this classic Miu Miu mini dress, embellished with pearls and a feather trim. Kristine has also been working with super A-list stylist Kate Young, who also styles Dakota Johnson, Natalie Portman, Selena Gomez and Margot Robbie (to name but a few) so it seems she'll be well and truly on our fashion radar. Dakota Fanning in Georges HobeikaView this post on Instagram
Legendary child star Dakota Fanning made her directorial debut at this years Venice Film Festival. Dakota showcased an array of stunning looks at the festival but her best is this asymmetrical gown by Georges Hobeika. The Lebanese designer is known for his breathtakingly beautiful haute couture gowns, and Dakota chose to wear a silk tulle design, embroidered with an array of multicoloured beading. Raffey Cassidy in Oscar de la RentaView this post on Instagram
Up and coming British actress Raffey Cassidy wowed the crowds in this Cinderella-esque ball gown by Oscar de la Renta. The blue strapless gown was embroidered with white sequin detailing, and Raffey kept her hair and makeup simple, choosing to accessorise with just a diamond choker. A true fairytale look. Natalie Portman in GucciView this post on Instagram
There's no denying that in the fashion world, the 80's are well and truly back. Natalie Portman gave off serious Dynasty vibes in this gorgeous gold sequined gown by Gucci. Complete with exaggerated shoulder pads, a plunging neckline, and a huge black bow detail belt, this dress really wouldn't look out of place in Joan Collin's wardrobe.View this post on Instagram
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