Which is your best dress for the 2012 Venice Film Festival?
Fiammetta Cicogna in Alberta Ferretti
The Italian television personality stood out in a jaw-dropping Alberta Ferretti gown.
Her Swan-Princess-worthy chiffon gown features long lace sleeves and a full tulle underskirt, accentuated with a pink-ribbon waistband.
Kate Hudson in Atelier Versace
Her nude Swarovski-crystal-embellished asymmetrical gown is giving her a breathtaking silhouette.
I love the chic wavy updo, the pearlescent Edie Parker clutch, Versace heels and the dazzling Fabergé jewels.
Violante Placido in Alberta Ferretti
The Italian actress wore a fiery Alberta Ferretti strapless red gown with a sweetheart neckline.
I love everything about this look, especially the red accessories, but I can’t get on board with the hair on this occasion.
Isabella Ferrari in Atelier Versace
Isabella Ferrari, who is serving as one of the jury members for the 2012 Venice Film Festival, attended the ‘The Reluctant Fundamentalist’ premiere, which also hosted the Opening Ceremony.
The Italian actress also donned an Atelier Versace Spring 2012 dress.
Her steel-grey bustier-style dress with gold inserts and an elegant lace overlay is slightly modified from the look which took to the runway with a bodysuit underlay.
Kasia Smutniak in Armani Privé
Kasia went simple for the occasion, wearing a sleek red long-sleeved gown.
Covered from the front, Kasia flashed a hint of skin via a low reverse V-neck, which shows off her sleek chignon – as well as her small neck tattoo.
The Polish actress opted to go clutchless, accessorizing with small studs and a large cocktail ring.
Laetitia Casta in Dolce & Gabbana
The French actress was of course wearing a Dolce & Gabbana gown. You could ID this signature gown from the moon.
Her black-lace sheer gown with tonal embellishments was allowed to dazzle due to the effortless styling, which included black platform heels, smoky eyes and a simple bun.
Naomi Watts in Marchesa
On this occasion she wore a nude lace overlay gown featuring a bateau neckline, ruffle sleeves, a layered skirt, and a low V-back with tonal ruffle accent from the Resort 2013 collection.
The colour is divine as is her choice of accessories which included a Lanvin two-tone light blue & mustard lacquered ‘Red Passion’ minaudiere, nude peep-toes and gold statement jewels.
Naomi opted for a rich red lip colour instead of nude, which may have been one nude step too far.
The Italian actress wore a unique gown for the event, standing out amidst a sea of goddess gowns.
The silver-embroidered dress, covered in light-blue floral embroidery, features an unexpected netted neckline and bow detailing.
So, which one you love?