The Best Red Carpet Looks From The 78th Annual Venice Film Festival

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The 78th Annual Venice Film Festival is officially a wrap, however we’re still swooning over the event’s fashion. From daring red-carpet looks to effortless street style, here are MOJEH‘s best-dressed guests.



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Zendaya wore a custom leather Balmain dress – it was moulded to the shape of her bust – to the premiere of her movie Dune. The look was completed with Bvlgari High Jewellery’s Magnifica Serpenti Hypnotic Emerald necklace.


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During her whirlwind tour of Venice, the star was also spotted in Valentino Haute Couture, Christian Louboutin heels and Bulgari jewels.

Jessica Chastain

Jessica Chastian opted for a burgundy jumpsuit from Zuhair Murad’s Autumn 2021 ready-to-wear collection for her appearance at the Scenes From A Marriage press conference.

Mahira Abdel Aziz

Emirati actress Mahira Abdel Aziz attended the opening of the Venice Film Festival wearing head-to-toe Valentino.

Anya Taylor-Joy

Anya Taylor-Joy turned heads at the premiere of Last Night In Soho in a hot-pink custom Christian Dior gown accented by Tiffany & Co. jewels.

Dakota Johnson

Dakota Johnson became one of the most talked about celebrities at the Venice Film Festival thanks to her sheer Gucci gown embellished with crystal fringing and tear-drop stones, which she wore to the premiere of The Lost Daughter.

Penélope Cruz

Penélope Cruz blessed the Venice Film Festival red carpet with two show-stopping looks, the first of which was a black-and-white gown from Chanel’s Autumn/Winter 2021/22 Haute Couture collection.


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The Madres Paralelas actress wore a tiered white gown from the Chanel Cruise 2021/22 collection to the premiere of Competencia Oficial.

Maria Sharapova

Tennis legend Maria Sharapova wore a delicate, semi-sheer Dior gown to the premiere of Illusions Perdues.

Rebecca Ferguson

All eyes were on Rebecca Ferguson as she walked the red carpet in a playful Dior gown; a large tulle flower commanded attention.

Karen Wazen

Lebanese influencer Karen Wazen walked the Venice Film Festival red carpet in Mônot, complementing her elegant ensemble with a dazzling Bvglari diamond necklace.

Kate Hudson


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For the Mona Lisa and the Blood Moon premiere, Kate Hudson chose a semi-sheer Valentino gown from the Maison’s Resort 2022 collection.

Sara Sampaio


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Brazilian model Sara Sampaio was invited to the Venice Film Festival as an Armani Beauty ambassador, therefore she wore a FW/05 Giorgio Armani Privé dress with jewelled straps and Giorgio Armani fine jewellery earrings.

Fatima AlBanawi

A Cartier ambassador, Saudi Arabian actress Fatima AlBanawi was adorned in the House’s jewels, teaming them with a striking purple gown designed by Tony Ward.

Bianca Balti


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The Italian model wore a voluminous Dolce & Gabbana gown – fresh off the runway from the Alta Moda show days prior – with matching citrine jewels.

Adria Arjona


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Adria Arjona chose a red, strapless Giorgio Armani Privé gown with larger-than-life feathered cuffs and Tiffany & Co. earrings.

Beatrice Vendramin

Italian actress and model Beatrice Vendramin wore an intricately detailed, custom-made handkerchief Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini gown to the premiere of Spencer.

Yasmine Sabri

Egyptian actress Yasmine Sabri attended the Venice Film Festival with Cartier and wore a fuchsia Roberto Cavalli gown and sparkling Jimmy Choo heels.

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