16 Sep 2020

From Tilda Swinton in Chanel to Cate Blanchett in Stella McCartney: The Best Looks of the Venice Film Festival

All the winners have been awarded and the 77th Venice Film Festival has come to an end. This year's Golden Lion went to "Nomadland", directed by Chloé Zhao. The pandemic contributed a lot to the fashion looks of the guests. In particular, masks were allowed to be removed only on the red carpet and immediately they must have been put on at the Cinema Palace. The most spectacular outfits from the Venice Film Festival, you’ll find in the selection of the Vremena Goda Galleries.

Chanel

This year, Tilda Swinton has presented two at once Chanel Haute Couture fancy looks. At the premiere of her film "The Human Voice", directed by Pedro Almodóvar, she appeared in a snow-white dress with floral lace. And for receiving the 77th Venice Film Festival honorary award, she was wearing a black and white blouse and skirt set with a multi-layered hem.

Tilda Swinton in Chanel

Stella McCartney

The main star of the red carpet on Lido Island unquestionably was Cate Blanchett. Acting as the chairman of the jury, she made impressive outings at all premieres and photo calls she attended. At the special screening of "Mrs America," the actress appeared in a jumpsuit with a large floral print from Stella McCartney. The jumpsuit was also chosen by Linda Caridi, who appeared in it at “The World to Come” premiere.

Cate Blanchett in Stella McCartney

Cate Blanchett in Stella McCartney

Linda Caridi in Stella McCartney

Linda Caridi in Stella McCartney

Valentino

Valentino's luxury couture looks numerous times have been spotted at film screenings. Vanessa Kirby, who was recognized as Best Actress for her role in “Pieces of a Woman”, chose a scarlet floor-length dress with an open back from the spring-summer collection. Isabel May, the star of the Netflix project "Alexa and Katie", opted for the sparkly V-neck dress.

Vanessa Kirby in Valentino

Vanessa Kirby in Valentino

Isabel May in Valentino

Isabel May in Valentino

Louis Vuitton

Throughout the whole film festival, there wasn’t a fashion monger more devoted to the Louis Vuitton House than Stacy Martin. The star of «Amanda", who presented the movie "Lovers" in Venice, began her fancy fashion show with a mini-dress with a white cape and finished it wearing an outfit with black beads embroidery.

Stacy Martin in Louis Vuitton

Gucci

In the variety of colors as well as spectacular decor, it was the Gucci brand that was unmatched. The director Gia Coppola, presenting her film “Mainstream”, was shining on the red carpet wearing a dress that combined yellow, pink, mint and fuchsia colours. The presenter of the closing ceremony, Anna Foglietta, Italian actress, in turn, opted for a dress with a lace frill.

Gia Coppola in Gucci

Gia Coppola in Gucci

Anna Foglietta in Gucci

Anna Foglietta in Gucci