The Venice Film Festival attracts every year a brilliant crowd of A-listers, all determined to make their tailor's voices on the red carpet.
And Naomi Watts made sure she pulled out of the closet for the star-studded opening night of the 75th ceremony in Sala Grande on Wednesday night, and looked impressive as she stormed the red carpet into a flirty pink strapless dress.
The Australian actress, 49, who is jury member on this year's panel, was joined by model Lottie Moss, 19, who dazzled in a fuchsia-shoulder dress and Claire Foy from The Crown, 34, which exuded elegance in a blush-hued creation.
The impossible actress Naomi certainly played a leading role in the pink dress, with pre-formed rows and effortlessly toned physique.
With a striking pink theme as an accessory, accessorised with a fuchsia-box clutch and a delicate diamond necklace that subtly draws attention to her décolleté.
The King Kong actress formed her golden locks in tangled waves and framed her striking features with a hint of blusher and taupe lip gloss.
Naomi was appointed as a jury member in the panel, consisting of five women and four men in an effort to adjust the imbalances that occurred in previous years.
Turning heads: the Australian actress, 49, who is jury member on this year's panel, looked showstopping when she stormed the red carpet into a flirty pink strapless dress
Showstopping: The impossible actress certainly turned a head in the pink dress, with pre-formed rows and effortlessly toned physique.
At the center: decorated with a fuchsia-box-clutch and a delicate diamond necklace
The appeal of moons: the actress King Kong formed her golden locks in tangled waves that subtly formed her distinctive features
Watts said she hopes experience will change & # 39; life & # 39; are, running: & # 39; Doing it in a disciplined way and spending the next 10 days watching two to three films a day is extraordinary and I never had that chance.
& # 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.
The spotlight steals: Lottie Moss, who is the 19-year-old half-sister of Kate Moss, tapped into her modeling references while sultrily posed on the red carpet
Eye-catching: the blonde bomb stunned in a strapless princess dress with fine pleated skirt and a spicy thigh split combined with diamond-trimmed heels
Beautiful woman: Claire Foy opted for an avant-garde look in a pastel pink structured dress with a rust-colored wool overlay over the bodice
Editing her corners: the British beauty formed her raven legs in a slick side part and framed her eyes with lashings of mascara and winged eyeliner
Have a great time! The nonsensical actress seemed very excited when she stepped on the red carpet
But first I want to make a selfie! The actress shone as she signed signatures for fans with pleasure
The whole gang: Claire Foy posed with the cast of her new film First Man (from left) actors Jason Clarke and Olivia Hamilton, director Damien Chazelle and Ryan Gosling
What is that, Ryan? Gosling chatted to Claire during a break in pose for photos
Naomi was present at the Venice Film Festival for many years, but this is her first time at the competition as a jury member, so she made sure she got the best out of her closet for the 12-day affair.
While Naomi posed with the judges, Claire Foy and Ryan Gosling led the star-studded arrivals at the festival, with the duo playing a leading role in one of this year's top candidates.
The brunette beauty opted for an avant-garde look in a pastel pink structured dress with a rust-colored wool overlay over the bodice.
Gothic glamor: Cristina Ronaldo & # 39; s girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez looked showstoppend in a tight semi-transparent black lace dress with a thigh-split and sweetheart neckline
A bit completely white: the Portuguese model Sara Sampaio, 27, radiated the glamor of old Hollywood in a silky, ivory-colored strapless dress with a bow-decorated bodice
Glamorous: the catwalker plopped her pout with a slick of scarlet lipstick and stuck her hair in a smooth wet look
The spotlight is stealing: Sampaio ensured that she attracted attention on the red carpet
It's in her genes! Harry Potter actress Clémence Poésy looked quirky in a chambray dress with diamond ornaments and glitter-heel pumps
Ready for her close-up: the 35-year-old French star wiped her golden locks back into an elegant ponytail and wore minimal makeup at night
Legs for days: Model Barbara Palvin, 24, flaunted with her enviable toned limbs in a thigh-grained strapless dress
Ready for her close-up: Barbara emphasized her striking features with a hint of blue metallic lining and mascara sashes
Keep it cool: the Hungarian beauty kept her hair and make-up easy to let her statement dress do the talking
She formed her raven legs in a smooth side-parting and framed her eyes with lashings of mascara and winged eyeliner.
Claire and Ryan are planning to open the star-studded film showcase with their Neil Armstrong biopic First Man, which has already been awarded for the glory of the awards, as 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.
The La La Land star has been reunited with the director of that film Damien Chazelle for his role as the iconic astronaut in First Man, with the pair hoping to once again win the glory of the awards.
The man of the moment: Ryan Gosling opened the star-studded film showcase with the biographical First Man by Neil Armstrong, who has already won the prize, while telling the story of the iconic 1969 moon landing.
Major role: the La La Land star is reunited with the director of that film Damien Chazelle because of his role as the iconic astronaut in First Man, and the pair again hopes to win the glory of the awards
Dapper: The 37-year-old, who has two children with long-term partner Eva Mendes, cuts a soft figure in a white tuxedo
Icon: Vanessa Redgrave received the coveted Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement prize at the festival
Sweet couple: She gave her actor husband, Franco Nero, a quick kiss on the lips during the event
The look of love: the veteran actress, who has been married to Franco since 2006, looked at him as always beaten
Sweet moment: Vanessa bowed to her husband before she went on stage to collect her prize
There he is: the Austrian actor Christopher Waltz, who is on the jury this year, has a playful show on the red carpet