Emma Stone, Lady Gaga, Bradley Cooper
Lady Gaga – the understated glamour queen, the opposite of the everyday girl in her new film, A Star is Born.
Hikari Mori – THIS is the way to do the red carpet. Have fun AND look good.
In A Star is Born Bradley Cooper lowers his speaking voice, directs, writes and acts – and, oh, yes, he makes music too. No wonder he’s turning his back to enjoy the backdrop.
Clémence Poésy - elegant and understated.
Emma Stone in pale blush, beaded and embroidered, with soft fall down hair. Can it be any more feminine?
Beaded black sheer and classic sheath with cape – Jenny Cipoletti, Olivia Colman.
Victoria Magrath Beaded chiffon, old school glamour.
Nicholas Hoult, Marc Forné, Joe Alwyn Check out the collars – this is how guys get exciting.
Emma Stone, Olivia Colman, Clémence Poésy – close to the skull hairstyles continue.
The classic bun on Victoria Magrath, while Emma Stone takes predictable and adds something different.
Joe Alwyn, Clémence Poésy, Emma Stone. Joe does something interesting with the expected bow-tie. A little stud is enough. The box purse with glittering jewels.
Emma Stone with Olivia Colman
Sandy Powell – sometimes all you need is a little black dress.
Do you think they have the same hairdresser? Julia Haghjoo, Jesse Metcalfe. Check out the shoes on Sylvia Haghjoo.
Guillaume Canet, Christa Theret
Lighter colors, soft peachy pink and beading caught the spotlight at the Venice Film Festival, while men went predictable.