Venice, the Italian brands on the red carpet

Venice, the Italian brands on the red carpet

From Giorgio Armani to Gucci, Valentino and Ermanno Scervino, the tri-color fashion shines on the red carpet of the Venice Film Festival

 

The 75th edition of the Venice Film Festival kicked off yesterday evening. La Laguna, and especially its red carpet, have been populated as usual with the most prestigious and elegant haute couture creations, produced by a long list of international designers.

Among these, the creative director of Gucci, Alessandro Michele, dressed the actors Carolina Crescentini, Ryan Gosling and Alessandro Borghi, who was present in gray double-breasted suit, blue shirt and black leather moccasins with clamp detail, at one of the most exciting moments of opening of the event, the screening of the film “Sulla mia pelle”, dedicated to Stefano Cucchi, interpreted by the Roman actor.

Among the Italians there is no shortage of Prada who has dressed the talented Italian actress of Fortunata and Nobody saves herself, Jasmine Trinca; Ermanno Scervino, whose creations have been brought to the red carpet by Gabrielle Caunesil (newly created by Riccardo Pozzoli, co-founder of The Blonde Salad together with Chiara Ferragni) Lottie Moss and Annabelle Belmondo.

But also Giorgio Armani, who created a dress from the Privé collection for the festival’s juror, Naomi Watts as well as the white dress with a train by the model Sara Sampaio and the electric blue minidress by Barbara Palvin. Do not miss the appeal Pierpaolo Piccioli of Valentino, who dressed the British actress Claire Foy with a two-colored couture dress.