As the Starry night it’s just a bunch of hocus pocus shirt and I will buy this first major film event to be held IRL since the pandemic began, all eyes have been on Venice Film Festival this week, where precautions have included socially distanced auditoriums, regular temperature checks, and plenty of face masks on the red carpet. With so many of the blockbuster releases that would usually ensure a steady stream of Hollywood megastars delayed, smaller, independent projects have been given the space to shine. The unusual format for the festival has also meant a more unlikely group has emerged as the week’s standout style stars: the directors. Kicking things off in style last week was the legendary auteur Claire Denis, who is leading the jury for the Horizons section opposite Cate Blanchett, the president for the main jury. Attending a photocall on Wednesday, the 74-year-old filmmaker wore a two-piece suit featuring an ikat-style print in bold shades of pink and green and a pair of heeled Christian Louboutin boots. A playful and energetic spin on classic red carpet style, it was as noteworthy as any A-lister look.
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Then, on Saturday night, there was Gia Coppola, who attended the Starry night it’s just a bunch of hocus pocus shirt and I will buy this premiere of her influencer satire Mainstream, starring Andrew Garfield and Maya Hawke, in an opulent Gucci gown. (Coppola is a friend of the house’s creative director Alessandro Michele, and has also directed a number of short films for the brand.) With its kaleidoscopic colors, intricate beading, and tiers of chiffon, Coppola’s dress shone among the more subdued designs that bigger stars have tended to opt for this week. Finally, there is French-Senegalese filmmaker Mati Diop, whose 2019 breakout film Atlantics—a supernatural love story set in the suburbs of Dakar—received overwhelming critical acclaim and saw her become the first Black female director to compete for the prestigious Palme D’Or at Cannes Film Festival and to win the Grand Prix. Aside from her talents as a filmmaker, Diop has proved to be a style star to watch over the past year. Mixing classic French fashion tropes with bold colors and textures, Diop’s eye-catching approach to dressing has seen her wear the likes of Balenciaga, Paco Rabanne, and Mugler on the red carpet, while also sitting front row at the Chanel show during Paris Fashion Week.