It’s film festival season once again, which means it’s time for both gorgeous red carpet gowns and chic street styles.
On most days, Julianne Moore is a jeans-and-top kind of gal. The Venice Film Festival, however, was an entirely different style story.
Julianne arrived at the Venice port in the first of her many gorgeous Italy looks for the The Venice Film Festival.
Julianne Moore spotted at the 74th Venice Film Festival in Venice, Italy on September 1, 2017.
Julianne is all-smiles as she arrives in a Prada dress.
Julianne showcased the first of her Italian styles as she greeted paparazzi aboard a boat. We wouldn’t exactly classify her outfit as nautical, which is all the more reason why we love it.
The actress defied outfit norms as she showed up in a dressy creation by Prada, which featured a mesh yoke that cut straight down to a feathered skirt. Layers scalloped mesh fabric lined the bottom.
Julianne finished her first look with a pair of Christian Louboutin “Aketata” sandals in black suede.
Julianne at the photocall for “Suburbicon” during the 74th Venice Film Festival in Venice, Italy on September 2, 2017.
Julianne arrives at the port in a head-to-toe Louis Vuitton look.
Julianne slipped into a fun glitter shirt dress covered in a beautiful Japanese-inspired print, made complete by draped sleeves.
The Louis Vuitton “Silver Lining” sandals finished Julianne’s look.
The actress adorns her toes with a pair of Louis Vuitton “Silver Lining” sandals.
Julianne wears a youthful Japanese art-inspired dress by Louis Vuitton.
Julianne sat down for panel and studio interviews to talk about “Suburbicon,” her latest crime comedy film with her co-star Matt Damon. The hunky George Clooney directed the two veteran actors.
The two couldn’t help but make fun of their director, revealing that the two allowed Clooney to give them instructions but would often end up doing the opposite.
Julianne Moore at the premiere for “Suburbicon” during the 74th Venice Film Festival in Venice, Italy on September 2, 2017.
The actress looks elegant in a Valentino Couture gown.
The leading lady poses with her co-star Matt Damon and actor-turned-director George Clooney.
Julianne ended the festival on a high note by wearing a beautiful Valentino Couture gown to the film’s red carpet premiere. The couture creation was a tent dress made out of a fringed metallic fabric, which cut away at the bodice to show off some skin. A thick black waistband added contrast to the look.
Christian Louboutin “Aketata” sandals, $875
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