Venice Film Festival crimson carpet: The greatest celeb style on present

Written by Leah Dolan, CNN

Because the 79th installment of the Venice Film Festival attracts to an in depth, there’s been no scarcity of celeb style moments due to premieres like Noah Baumbach’s “White Noise,” starring Greta Gerwig and Adam Driver, the buzzy “Don’t Worry Darling” directed by Olivia Wilde that includes Harry Types and Florence Pugh, in addition to “Blonde” — Netflix’s Marilyn Monroe biopic with Ana de Armas.

Timothée Chalamet in a backless Haider Ackerman have a look at the “Bones And All” crimson carpet premiere. Credit score: Elisabetta A. Villa/Getty Photographs

Over the week, we have seen Timothée Chalamet in a now-viral backless Haider Ackerman have a look at the “Bones And All” premiere, in addition to Florence Pugh’s a lot anticipated crimson carpet look in an dazzling hand-sequined Valentino robe for the screening of “Don’t Worry Darling.” On Thursday, Armas wore a classical custom-made, hand-pleated pink mousseline costume from Louis Vuitton to obtain an 14-minute standing ovation for her efficiency as Marilyn Monroe.
Ana de Armas attends the "Blonde" red carpet premier in custom-made Louis Vuitton.

Ana de Armas attends the “Blonde” crimson carpet premier in custom-made Louis Vuitton. Credit score: Andreas Rentz/Getty Photographs

The competition, which concludes this weekend, is the oldest occasion of its sort having been based in 1932 — and due partly to the romantic backdrop of the floating metropolis, is among the most visually arresting. Paparazzi pictures of friends arriving by non-public water taxis conjure photos of Previous Hollywood glamor, and crimson carpet moments have adopted swimsuit — with many A-listers choosing archival couture over latest runway seems. From actor Julianne Moore’s embellished Valentino cape to mannequin Mariacarla Boscono’s revealing Jean Paul Gaultier robe, there was an abundance of high-octane outfits this 12 months.

Click on via the gallery above to see the stand-out style moments from the competition.

A quick historical past of the crimson carpet