The Best Venice Film Festival Fashion (2021) is in full swing, but it is not the cinema that makes us happy. In its 78th year, cinephiles, pop-culture aficionados, and fashion lovers alike were waiting for the festival (and Venetian fashion) to return to its full glory following the 2020 restricted format.
More than 92 films have been screened and shown, including Maggie Gyllenhaal’s The Lost Daughter starring the never-ending Daily Johnson and the much-anticipated Last Night In SoHo starring Edgar Wright starring actress Anya Taylor-Joy to name a few. Suffice it to say, there has been an impressive list of flicks fighting for the Golden Lion.
The festival is one of the most revered and revered festivals in the world and has undoubtedly promoted some of the most fashionable fashion moments. 20-year-old Sophia Loren stunned Venice in 1955, shocking the world at the time by revealing her underwear – a time to pioneer at the level of female beauty. In 2019, Lily-Rose Depp was featured in the Channel Haute Couture premiere of The King.
If this year’s prize was judged only by fashion, we could have a few more powerful competitors. Zendaya’s traditional Balmain leather dress is the front cover. Imitating Botticelli’s The Birth Of Venus, Zendaya is a goddess with a naked leather dress made of the art of her form, making full use of the Balmain temple and house art tradition.
Well-functioning Anya Taylor-Joy introduced Marilyn Monroe to Gentleman Prefers Blondes in the form of Dior fuchsia satin silk dress and matching beret. Who is Norma Jeane? Before the red carpet, an immeasurable character was spotted on Rodarte’s dress and silk dress. We call it now, a useless slip with a bold print will be the rage of spring wear.
Some of our favorite looks come from none other than the cool-girl Dakota Johnson, her unpopular LA style that stole the full Gucci show. Artistic director Alessandro Michele took to Instagram to share a photo of a silver and crystal robe, identifying Dakota as his ‘most beautiful angel.’ Really Alessandro.
While we wait for the arrival of Lady Gaga, the undeniable queen of red fashion, we have collected the most beautiful fashion for the Venice Film Festival so far that will make you say, Bellissimo!