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Timothée Chalamet in a Red Jumpsuit, Tessa Thompson – Venice Film Festival Fashion

Timothée Chalamet

Timothée ChalametTimothee Chalamet

Timothée Chalamet ruled the red carpet in a red backless jumpsuit by Haider Ackerman. Known for portraying quirky characters and being unpredictable on the red carpet. He demonstrates an ability to play with fashion and tradition. 

Below: At the press conference earlier in the day, Erin Walsh, his stylist, teamed combat print shorts with biker boots and statement square-knit jacket with appliqué.

Timothée ChalametTimothée Chalamet

Tessa ThompsonTessa Thompson

Tessa Thompson wore a sculptured Christopher John Rogers to the Venice Film Festival’s premiere of Bardo. Note the red legs and shoes extending her length. The finishing touch to this perfection? The little red box purse.

Tessa Thompson

The sunglasses set wore black. Cate Blanchett (l), and Isabelle Huppert (r) went with a black ‘leather’ look. The former in figure-hugging throw-backs and cowboy-like boots, the jacket updating the look, while the latter embraced the wider leg of today teamed with a peep-toe heel.

Aimee Lee-Wood went square, with the frames by Stella McCartney. Sporting a polka dot dress with pronounced cuffs and collar.

Cate Blanchett Isabelle Huppert

Aimee Lou Wood

(Below) Shoes! Jury member Tessa Thompson(l) in Jason Wu: sheer skirt, bow bodice, and the strap-mule.  Chloe Sevigny in a Mugler micro-mini, and an embellished thick-heeled ankle strap.

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Chloë SevignyChloë Sevigny

Meanwhile, Taylor Russell continued the trend Isabelle Huppert began in Cannes – the dark hose, paired with the exact match in shoes and dress.

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Taylor RussellTaylor Russell

Below: Understated casual summer was also seen. (l) Kelsey Merrit wore high cut, belted shorts, shirt and ballet flat. While (r) Grace Elizabeth wore a simple summer dress.

Kelsey MerrittGrace Elizabeth

Return tomorrow to see which new exciting trends rule the red carpet at the Venice Film Festival.

Tessa Thompson