More (mostly tragic) but interesting ensembles from the Venice Film Festival…
Cho Min-soo looks elegant in this classic and timeless gown, although she looks like she’s going to play something on the piano.
Trine Dyrholm. Simple, clean. Only complaint–doesn’t need a bracelet on both arms like Wonder Woman cuffs.
Cho Min-soo (again) love the silhouette of this dress and the red shoes.
It’s David Gandy. He doesn’t need to be wearing anything…ok, that might give us all a heart attack.
Lana Del Rey in Wayne Cooper and a fresh dye job. Lana always has that old Hollywood glamour.
Katherine Jenkins. Very sexy and sophisticated.
Kirsten Dunst in Stella McCartney. Cute and quirky but she has that McKayla Maroney look.
Zoe Saldana in Elie Saab. Very chic. Had to have been an awkward premiere though.
Olga Sorokina. It’s kind of a bad ass idea, but seems better in theory.
Dorotea Mercuri. I love the ’50s inspired dress but as a whole I don’t care for it. The shoes, eh. It seems as though she’s trying to make it more modern with them.
Keira Knightley in Chanel Couture. I want to like this, but well…most of me is leaning towards…
Olivia Munn in Giorgio Armani. It’s almost there, but the fit isn’t quite right in the boobular area.
Brooke Shields I am so sorry but this isn’t totally flattering.
Olga Kurylenko in Valentino. Sigh, I don’t care for the bottom of this dress.
Lily Cole. This isn’t horrible, but it’s better suited for going to the grocery store in.
Carole Combes in Isabel Marant. You know where you are, right?
India Salvor Menuez. What??
Tiziana Rocca…Gonna be honest, from here on out, there isn’t much to say except they all look like jagoffs.
India Salvor Menuez
Isabella Ferrari in Emilio Pucci
Laura Bailey in Chanel. She just landed and boy is she tired. Take the wings off and I think I like it.
Kathryn Drysdale. I didn’t have my glasses on when I first saw this and I thought this was Ann Curry. Not why she’s in this category of course, so confused by this outfit.
Sorry, but really don’t like Jessie J, especially after the closing ceremony of the Olympics and never really liked the whole “I’ll just wear a jacket” idea.