The 79th Venice Film Festival will be held in Italy from August 31 to September 10.
The “bare” trend proved popular on the red carpet, as did thigh-high slits and cuts.
Tessa Thompson, Alessandra Ambrosio and Julianne Moore played with texture and structure.
Mariacarla Boscono kicked off the opening ceremony of the Venice Film Festival in a see-through look made from a layer of tulle.
Her Jean Paul Gaultier dress had long sleeves and a plunging neckline, as well as a short train that blew in the wind behind her.
The Italian star also wore a cream corset underneath, and completed the daring look with pointed pumps and sharp eyeliner.
Tessa Thompson stood out in a futuristic look from Armani Privé.
Her designer gown included a strapless silver bodice that extended in billowing ruffles at her hips and a black skirt that flared at the ankles.
Her edgy accessories included black pumps, silver hoops, pointed sunglasses and a silver chain that wrapped around her neck and hair.
Paola Turani chose a classic black dress with a bold skirt for her look.
Roberto Cavalli designed the sleeveless dress worn by the Italian model. She had thin straps that created triangle cutouts at her collarbone, a bikini-style top, and two other cutouts at her waist.
The skirt of the dress was equally daring, being made of a black lace with strips of darker fabric on top to create the effect of zebra stripes.
Isabeli Fontana arrived in a statement minidress with floor-length flared cape sleeves.
The striking white dress featured a plunging neckline and a plunging slit above the neckline, as well as a large keyhole cutout along the Brazilian model’s back. Layla Atelier designed the outfit.
Fontana also wore white sandals with straps wrapped around her feet and a leaf-shaped brooch made of diamonds attached to her dress.
Bianca Brandolini D’Adda stood out on the red carpet thanks to her skimpy, see-through ensemble.
Her shapely look, designed by Giambattista Valli, first catches your eye with its sleeveless top and off-the-shoulder ruffles. Then notice its sheer, mermaid-style skirt that matches the silhouette of the top.
Of course, the Italian model accessorized with diamond jewelry.
Alessandra Ambrosio looked gorgeous in a hot pink dress with a thigh-high slit.
Her Ermanno Scervino gown had a strapless bodice with sheer flowers and fabric at the waist, and its long skirt trailed in a short train behind her.
To make her outfit even bolder, the model added a matching tulle cape.
Julianne Moore dazzled in a sequined dress with no bra underneath.
Instead, she wore only a high-waisted skirt underneath the sheer Valentino gown, which was covered in colorful sequins in firework patterns.
The same threads adorned her floor-length cape, which draped around her shoulders and was tied below her neck.
Raffey Cassidy put her own spin on the “naked” fashion trend.
The English actor wore a Valentino mini dress. It featured a mesh bodice covered in strategically placed crystals and a pointed hem covered top to bottom in white feathers.
The outfit combined glamor and grunge styles, especially thanks to her gray gloves, white fishnet tights and silver strappy sandals.
Greta Ferro made a bold fashion statement in a black dress with a sheer top.
Armani Privé designed the dress worn by the Italian actor. She had long sleeves covered in black threads and rows of beads covering her chest.
The dark skirt of the dress, on the other hand, contrasted with the sheer bodice, as it was made of thick velvet and reached the floor.
Jodie Turner-Smith opted for a sequinned Gucci dress that looked like she melted on the red carpet.
Her black gown – made of chiffon and silk – had wide sleeves and a plunging neckline, both of which served as a backdrop for her vibrant green gloves.
The actor’s skirt was even bolder as it was sheer with a layer of orange velvet lining the hem. She accessorized the dress with thigh-high boots and Gucci jewelry.
Francesca Tizzano’s vintage style dress was stunning and daring.
Her strapless dress was made of a bright shade of lace. It had a structured bodice and tiered skirt, the latter lined with matching feathers.
The sheer element of her outfit was bold, of course, but so was the thigh-high slit that showed off her metallic sandals.
Despite wearing pastel shades, Melanie Laurent stood out on the red carpet.
Gucci designed her dress, which featured a layer of pink fabric wrapped around a layer of matching net. The latter was also decorated with green crystals.
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