At the end of the Kermesse, here is my very personal report card of the best looks of the 77th Venice Film Festival
The 77th Venice Film Festival is nearing its end. Here is a roundup (with relative report card) of the most beautiful looks of the Kermesse!
Venice '77, my best look report card: Cate Blanchett in Alexander McQueen
She, the divine Cate, the Queen also of sustainability: she recovered this bodice used at Bafta 2016 and combined it with a pair of trousers, after showing off another dress already worn on another red carpet the night before. Living proof that when you have class, you don't need anything else! Rated 10, with special praise for attention to the cause of sustainable fashion.
Venice '77, my best look report card: Tilda Swinton in Chanel
To wear certain things without the risk of being ridiculous, you have to be Tilda Swinton, who lit up the red carpet with this Chanel look. What do I like most of all? Shoes: to be placed in a display case in the living room just for the sake of looking at them! Vote 9.
Venice '77, my best look report card: Vanessa Kirby in Valentino
The protagonist of "The Crown" wore a more appropriate outfit than the other, both on the red carpet and on the photocall: always very simple lines, clean and sober cuts. In a word, the elegance of simplicity! Vote 9.
Venice '77, my best look report card: Anna Foglietta in Etro
I must say that Anna did very well, she too both on the red carpet and on daytime looks (one more fair than the other). Sober glitter without overdoing it, neckline that enhances it, not exaggerated train. Composed and refined. Vote 9.
Venice '77, my best look report card: Vanessa Incontrada in Dolce & Gabbana
Gorgeous Vanessa! The perfect way to enhance a soft body, without wrapping it, without ungluing it, but enhancing it in a simple way. Makeup, hair and jewelry are also perfect. I liked it a lot! Vote 9.