French-American actor Timothée Chalamet is causing a bit of a sartorial stir. The 23-year-old has established himself on the silver screen in the past few years with hits including ‘Call me by Your Name’, ‘Interstellar’ and ‘Ladybird’. He’s also starring in the upcoming, reprised version of ‘Little Women’ starring Emma Watson, Laura Dern and Saorise Ronan. But, his red carpet game is equally strong. Chalamet has enjoyed one menswear hit after another with a plethora of big-name brands, including McQueen, Louis Vuitton, Gucci and Haider Ackermann clambering to dress him. The New York-born actor’s eclectic wardrobe is reminiscent of Harry Style’s richly-embroidered, coloured and printed suit collection. It’s flamboyant, memorable and smashes the old-fashioned myth that men can’t have fun with fashion.
Venice Film Festival 2019 is well underway with Hollywood stars from across the globe descending on the Italian city to demonstrate their fashion know-how.Setting the sartorial bar high for this year’s attendees was Laura Dern, of ‘Big Little Lies’ fame, who well and truly stole our hearts in an emerald Gucci gown complete with a velvet trim - swoon!While Sienna Miller also chose a look by the Italian fashion house complete with sparkling Bulgari jewels.Though the awards ceremony is not merely reserved for silver screen royalty, as Lady Kitty Spencer represented Buckingham Palace at the A-list affair in a ruffled Ermanno Scervino gown.Our favourite ensemble so far? Lily-Rose Depp supported boyfriend, Timothée Chalamet, at premiere of ‘The King’ in a lilac Chanel gown.From Brad Pitt to Penelope Cruz, scroll for more of the best Venice Film Festival fashion.
2018 has proven to be a memorable year for the fashion industry with the A-list pack pulling out all the sartorial stops.Red carpet regular Natalie Portman proved she’s at the top of her wardrobe game and appeared at Venice Film Festival in glitzy Gucci.Meanwhile, Nicole Kidman stole the spotlight at the 2018 Oscars ceremony in a cobalt-hued column dress courtesy of Armani Privé.But 2018 was also a year that allowed under-the-radar starlets to demonstrate their red carpet know-how.Jeff Goldblum swiftly became our unlikely style pin-up while Dakota Johnson added a whole host of star-studded events to her CV – that ‘Suspiria’ Dior dress hitting all the right style notes.Not forgetting Tracee Ellis Ross of course, who gifted the globe with a hot pink (seriously voluminous) Valentino dress at the 2018 Emmy Awards. Honestly, we haven’t been able to stop thinking about it since.From man of the moment Timothée Chalamet to Lady Gaga‘s newfound style (no meat dresses here), look no further for our pick of the best dressed celebrities of 2018.Who stole your vote? Let us know in the comments below.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK.Read more from Yahoo Style UK: Best dressed celebrities: December’s top A-list fashion momentsAmber Heard wears, what appears to be, a designer swimming cap on the red carpetDakota Johnson demonstrates the art of festive party dressing on red carpet
Move aside Cannes: Venice Film Festival is here to prove that it to boasts both A-listers and A-list style.On day one of the 2018 festival, Hollywood stars descended on the Italian city to promote their new films – and fashion. Claire Foy, of ‘The Crown’ fame, made a style statement in a pink Valentino dress paired with a red cape. Naomi Watts, also in pink, opted for a tiered, Armani gown.‘Poldark’ actress Gabrielle Wilde continued the colour scheme and arrived in a strapless, red ballgown by Russian designer Ulyana Sergeenko. The men were just as sharply dressed. Ryan Gosling ditched the tie but worked a brilliant white suit jacket with a matching shirt. Meanwhile Jason Clarke donned a slick tux.Elsewhere, Olivia Colman and Emma Stone arrived to promote their upcoming film ‘The Favourite’ on day three of the festival. Colman wowed in a black jumpsuit – with cape – by British designer Stella McCartney while Emma Stone worked two looks from the brand she models for: Louis Vuitton.Scroll for more of the best Venice Film Festival fashion.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK.Read more from Yahoo Style UK:August’s best dressed celebrities Meghan Markle’s style file Melania Trump’s work wardrobe in pictures
Alongside auditions, photo calls and a seemingly endless stream of interview slots, the A-list still have a list of awards ceremonies pencilled into their jam-packed diaries.Not only are they an opportunity for Hollywood’s starlets to promote their latest projects but it’s also a chance for the biggest names in the industry to showcase their sartorial talents.And 2017 has played host to several red carpet events from the 74th Venice Film Festival to one of the most talked about Oscars ceremonies in history.But with pressure to score full marks in the sartorial stakes sky high, how do the A-list decide which outfit will photograph best?Surprisingly, many are turning their backs on the staple red carpet dress.From Solange’s avant-garde puffer jacket at the Met Gala to the most talked about jumpsuit of the year courtesy of model of the moment Emily Ratajkowski, these are the best red carpet looks of 2017.And there’s not a stereotypical awards dress in sight…Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK. Read more from Yahoo Style UK: Fashion Week street style trends to pay attention toThe most popular fashion trends of 2017The fashion collaborations on our radar this season
For movie buffs, the annual Venice Film Festival kicks off the Oscars race; but for fashion fans, it’s equally as exciting. With major stars such as Jane Fonda, Julianne Moore, Amanda Seyfried, Octavia Spencer, and others wearing gorgeous gowns against picturesque Italian backdrops, it’s certainly a stunning sartorial sight. Click through above for what everyone’s wearing.Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyle and @YahooBeauty.
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The Venice Film Festival 2015 is in full swing! Yearly, it is a glittering affair that brings out all the best stars in their best finery. So far, we’ve had some show-stoppers from the likes of Elizabeth Banks and Amber Heard. BUT - you the fashion jury - it’s your turn to decide which look is your fave so far.
Kristen Stewart rocked an oxblood lip at the Venice Film Festival. Just take a look at this year’s Venice Film Festival attendees. Last night Kristen Stewart hit the red carpet for the premiere of “Equals” wearing a stunning Chanel couture gown from the fall 2015 collection but it was that rich, oxblood lip by makeup artist Pati Dubroff that got us talking. Dubroff was also behind Dakota Johnson’s rosy red pout at the premiere of “Black Mass” on Friday night. Elizabeth Banks, Dakota Johnson and Paz Vega wore red lipstick at the Venice Film Festival.
Diane Kruger transforms from edgy to glam at the Venice Film Festival (Photo: Getty Images) The Venice Film Festival only kicked off on Wednesday, but I’ve already crowned Diane Kruger the beauty winner of the week. Somehow the star, who is serving on the festival’s jury, looked impossibly chic right off the plane in Italy. She also looked radiant as she changed her look and outfit three times on Thursday — each style cooler and more glamorous than the next. While I’m definitely not #teamsweatpants when it comes to airline travel, everytime I deplane I feel bloated, sweaty, and tired.