She always succeeds in turning heads with her stylish ensembles.
So it was no surprise to see all eyes on Emma Stone when she attended day two of the 75th International Venice Film Festival and stepped out of Hotel Excelsior in a splendid chiffon co-ordination.
The 29-year-old American actress looked positively bright when she was on her way to one of the river taxis & # 39; s. She was a vision of beauty during the outing, broad-beamed and waving with photographers who crossed her path.
Glamorous: all eyes were on Emma Stone when she studied at Day two of the 75th International Venice Film Festival Thursday and stepped out of Hotel Excelsior in a beautiful chiffon coordinate
The radiant redhead opted for soft pastel colors that complemented her porcelain skin color, with the Oscar-winning actress slipping in a pink blouse with cherry blossom with a delicate print.
She combined the garment with a matching pleated skirt in a vivid sky-blue, that crumpled her skinny legs and ran after her as she slid across the boardwalk.
The actress Easy A finished the look with a pair of cream patettos with a tortoiseshell belt, while a small snakeskin clutch nestled in the curvature of her arm.
Making sure her hair and make-up would not detract from her beautiful ensemble, Emma wore her shiny auburn tresses swept back in a chic bun bun, while a smooth baby pink lipstick covered her chubby pout mouth.
All-smiles: The 29-year-old American actress looked positively radiant when she was on her way to one of the river taxis, was a vision of beauty during the outing, broadly radiant and waving with photographers who crossed her path
Leggy lady! She combined the garment with a matching pleated skirt in a vivid sky-blue, that crumpled her skinny legs and waved her back and forth as she whirled across the promenade.
Well done: the Easy A actress finished the look with a couple of cream patettos with a turtle, while a small snakeskin clutch nestled in the curvature of her arm
Emma is a fixture at the Venice Film Festival, and this year her upcoming film, The Favorite, is participating in the most important international competition.
The favorite is directed by Yorgos Lanthimos and is a shy, horrible story of royal intrigue, passion, envy and betrayal & # 39; that takes place in the court of Queen Anne in the beginning of the 18th century, according to Fox Searchlight Pictures.
Olivia Colman plays as Queen Anne, Rachel Weisz as her advisor and lover Sarah Churchilll, while Emma is Sarah's younger cousin Abigail, who turns the relationship between Anne and Sarah upside down.
Here comes the royalty! The Crownstar Olivia Colman, 44, (L) also looked sensational when she left at the 75th annual Venice International Film Festival on Thursday, where her predecessor Claire, 34, (R) was also present
Head-turner: Olivia competed on the style front by Claire, who looked flirtatious in a wavy halterneck floral number
Beauty: The cut of the star pixie effortlessly frames her striking features that were enhanced with a rosy coat of blusher and mascara
Effortless: a pair of black tinted tones complemented her short brunette locks and improved her features with a glamorous coat of make-up
With Anne more concerned about her tendency to care for her flocks of ducks instead of ruling the country, Sarah enters the Duchess of Marlborough to take over the political work.
The eight-week shoot last year took place at various locations in Southern England, including Hatfield House in Hertfordshire, a country house that has had the background for functions such as My Week With Marilyn and Sherlock Holmes.
The favorite – with also Nicholas Hoult and Joe Alwyn – will be released on 23 November in the American cinemas and will be on British screens on 1 January 2019.
Loving life: Nicholas posed for photo's with co-star Joe Alwyn – who is dating Taylor Swift – with the couple broadly radiant
On the way: Nicholas was helped by a member of the team on the riverboat
The favorite will have to impress the jury panel of this year, whose director is director Guillermo Del Toro. The jury consists of Christoph Waltz, Taika Waititi, Malgorzata Szumowska, Trine Dyrholm, Nicole Garcia, Sylvia Chang and Paolo Genovese.
Naomi Watts was also appointed as a member of the panel, consisting of five women and four men in an effort to adjust the imbalances that had occurred in previous years.
Naomi said she hopes that the experience is changing & # 39; will be, stumbling: & disciplined and watching the two to three films a day for the next 10 days is extraordinary and I never had that opportunity.
& # 39; And to be part of this group of people in this panel and with Guillermo as a leader, I think it will be a very unique and truly new experience. & # 39;
On 8 September, the last day of the festival, the Del Toro jury will be awarded the Golden Lion for Best Film, the Silver Lion – Grand Jury Prize, Silver Lion for Best Director, Coppa Volpi for Best Actor, Coppa Volpi for Best Actress, prize for best scenario, the special jury prize and the Marcello Mastroianni prize for best new young actor or actress.
Two & # 39; s company: Director Spike Lee was cruising on the Lido Beach next to his wife Tonya Lewis Lee
On the way: Tonya looked stylish in a printed jacket layered over a completely black ensemble, while Spike kept things casual
Loving life: the couple smiled happily and waved to photographers as they came down the river
Chirpy: The duo looked good when they made their way through the star-studded festival
Meanwhile, Claire Foy and Ryan Gosling plan to open the star-studded film showcase with their Neil Armstrong biopic First Man, who has already won the prize, because it tells the story of the iconic moon landing in 1969.
In First Man, Claire plays the first wife of Neil Armstrong, Janet Shearon, who acts as a pillar for the astronaut before the Apollo 11 mission, known as the moment when man set foot on the moon for the first time.
Claire was also seen during the festival on Thursday during the festival, while she looked fashionable and flirtatious in a wavy halterneck floral song that flew over her enviable physique.
The stylish cropped pixie-cut of the star effortlessly framed her striking features that were enhanced with a pink layer of blusher and mascara.
Dapper: Mexican director Alfonso Cuaro (L) stepped out for the festival next door
Broadchurch actress Olivia Colman, 44, also looked sensational when she went out and cut an effortlessly regal figure in a chic black jumpsuit.
Olivia shows off her flair for fashion in the beautiful figure-skimming song, which she together with a striking silver pendant. A pair of black tinted tones complemented her short brunette locks and improved her features with a glamorous coat of make-up.
With a red clutch as accessorium, Olivia watched cheerfully as she waved at on-viewers as she cleared her way through the sunshine.
Olivia plays the role of Queen Elizabeth II of Claire Foy in the long-awaited third series of The Crown.
Fun with the whole family: while many of the stars enjoyed a little downtime at the festival, the cast of The Aspern Papers was present at a photo gallery for the film at Sala Casino, with Jonathan Rhys Meyers and his family first
Three's company: Jonathan Rhys Meyers leads the star-studded cast, and attended the photocall with his wife, Mara Lane, and their one-year-old son, Wolf
Cozy: the trio looked like excellent spirits and they laughed together for posing for photos
Brave Daddy: Jonathan watched the loving daddy as he cuddled the one-year-old son Wolf at the photocall
Tasty mummy: Mara looked very glamourous on the outing of a white dress with daring black lapels
While many of the stars enjoyed a little downtime at the festival, the cast of The Aspern Papers was present at a photocall for the film in Sala Casino.
The Aspern Papers is the first feature film by director Julien Landais and is adapted from the novella of Henry James, which is based on the letters Percy Bysshe Shelley wrote to Mary Steples step sister Claire Clairmont.
The cinematic offer dates back to the late 19th century and sees the troubled actor play an ambitious editor Morton Vint, obsessed with the romantic poet Jeffrey Aspern.
Stylish: Jean Claude Jitrois, 74, looked neat and youthful when he stepped with model Alice Aufray
Cozy stars: Ulien Landais, Vanessa Redgrave and Alberto Barbera posed together for photo's during the event
Shining: Vanessa looked effortlessly chic in a cream tunic-like blouse and matching trousers
Traveling to Venice to find the muse of the poet, Juliana Bordereau, played by Vanessa Redgrave, who lives in a palazzo with her niece Miss Tina, played by Joely Richardson, and intends to master the secrets of their relationship.
When Morton tries to manipulate Miss Tina to get to the letters, his real motivations quickly become clear. The film also shines Poppy Delevingne, Jon Kortajarena and Lois Robbins.
Jonathan Rhys Meyers leads the star-studded cast, and attended the photocall with his wife, Mara Lane, and their one-year-old son, Wolf.
Co-stars :: (L-R) Jeff Goldblum, Rick Alverson, Tye Sheridan and Hannah Gross were present at The Mountain Photocall
Loving life: the group seemed excited when they chatted to each other on the red carpet