From Adriana Lima to Sydney Sweeney, these are the celebrities who made a dazzling appearance at the most-anticipated Venice Film Festival 2023.
Each year in August, the famous canals of Venice host the city’s highly-anticipated film festival, drawing celebrities and film enthusiasts from all corners of the globe. With its long-standing tradition of glamour, the festival’s red carpet has become synonymous with showcasing remarkable fashion moments.
The 2023 Venice Film Festival is no exception, as attendees’ step onto the red carpet adorned in captivating and sophisticated ensembles that leave onlookers in awe. From beloved Hollywood stars to revered icons of international cinema, these impeccably dressed guests consistently set new benchmarks for elegance, adding to the festival’s rich 80-year history.
Fashion serves as a powerful form of self-expression, and the fashion choices made by guests at the Venice Film Festival 2023 are bound to leave a lasting impact. Beyond their personal style, these choices contribute to an ongoing conversation about the convergence of cinema, culture, and haute couture.
As the festival unfolds, the anticipation for even more breathtaking appearances grows, as they will not only influence future fashion trends but also serve as an endless source of inspiration for fashion seasons to come. Keep reading to discover the standout celebrity looks from the 2023 Venice Film Festival and immerse yourself in the magic of style and cinema.
During the 80th Venice Film Festival, Adriana Lima made a glamorous entrance on the red carpet for The Killer premiere. The Brazilian supermodel turned heads in a stunning black gown adorned with sparkling details. The backless ensemble had a floor-length train skirt that elegantly flowed behind her, concealing her shoes. To complete her look, Lima accessorized with a pair of classy black shades, a dazzling double necklace, and coordinating diamond rings and pendant earrings.
Mariacarla Boscono also graced the red carpet at the 80th Venice Film Festival, exuding beauty in a custom Dolce & Gabbana red hooded gown made from silk-chiffon and corset detailing. The renowned Italian model complemented her ensemble with matching gloves and opted for a natural makeup look, making her one of the standout favorites of the event.
In addition to attending The Killer premiere, the star of The White Lotus also made an appearance at the “One Night in Venice” red carpet event hosted by the designer. She chose a billowing black A-line gown with a lace corset and elegant satin off-the-shoulder sleeves. With flawless makeup by Armani Beauty, she confidently showcased her gorgeous look as she posed for photographs.
For the premiere of the movie “Poor Things” at the 2023 Venice Film Festival, Barbara Palvin graced the red carpet in an exquisite navy gown by Giorgio Armani. The dress featured a captivating thigh-high slit and an asymmetrical cutout detail, adding a touch of drama to her ensemble. Palvin opted for a subtle approach to makeup, with a soft, smokey eye and a pale pink lip, allowing her Bridgitte Bardot-inspired updo to take center stage. Hairstylist Owen Gould skillfully crafted a piled-on, piece-y updo for the model, complete with wispy curtain bangs, striking the perfect balance between effortless model-off-duty vibes and the timeless allure of old Hollywood glamour.
German model Toni Garrn attended the Venice International Film Festival wearing an incredible strapless dress, which was adorned in large square sequins all over, offering a stunning shimmering effect. The model led the star-studded red carpet as she was among the first to arrive at the premiere for Edoardo De Angelis’ Comandante at Sala Grande.
Rose Bertram attends a red carpet for the movie “Finalmente L’Alba” at the 80th Venice Film Festival wearing a satin green dress, Roberto Bravo Jewellery and Gianvito Rossi shoes.