The 80th Venice Film Festival is being held in Italy from August 30 to September 9.
So far, stars including Emma Corrin and Rita Ora have hit the red carpet in daring fashion.
Sheer fabric has been a big style trend that stars have experimented with this year.
For eight days beginning on August 30, the global film industry gathered in Italy to celebrate international cinema at the Venice International Film Festival.
Though usually a star-studded event, this year has been unusually quiet, with many celebrities passing on the event while supporting the SAG-AFTRA and WGA strikes as members work to negotiate better working conditions and pay.
Some actors have still been in attendance on the red carpets of approved projects; The Hollywood Reporter wrote that some films including "Ferrari," starring Adam Driver and Penélope Cruz, made an agreement with SAG-AFTRA which gave them waivers to do promotional events at the festival.
Actors and celebrities have also been pictured at various parties over the weekend, like the amfAR Venezia gala; a charity ball and auction in support of AIDS research, as well as the star-studded Armani One Night Only party. Take a look at some of the best and most daring looks of the film festival so far.
Rita Ora arrived at the amfAR Venezia gala in a statement black sheer gown with a dramatic white sculptural detail from Stéphane Rolland.
Camila Mendes arrived at the Armani One Night Only party in an Armani Privé halter-neck gown with flower appliqués.
Emma Corrin attended a photocall at the Venice International Film Festival in an experimental matching green Miu Miu cardigan and underwear set.
Source: Instagram/Miu Miu
Sydney Sweeney played it safe with a classic black Armani Privé lace ballgown with a dramatic satin cape detail.
Kate Beckinsale opted for a chiffon black gown with gold raffia trim from Georges Chakra, paired with 6-inch platform heels.
Source: Instagram/Kate Beckinsale
Amal Clooney chose a vintage Christian Dior dress to attend Diane von Furstenberg's DVF Awards along with husband George Clooney, where she received a DVF Leadership Award.
Barbara Palvin opted for an Armani Privé watercolor minidress with a voluminous gathered skirt and beaded detailing.
Kerry Washington wore a dazzling blue-and-black sequinned minidress paired with black pumps.
Georgia May Jagger channeled rock princess in a sequinned black gown with a sheer midriff from Pinko.
Source: Instagram/Georgia May Jagger
Olivia Palermo continued the Barbie-core trend in a Tamara Ralph pale-pink off-the-shoulder gown with oversized ruffled sleeves, and a taffeta bow attached to the long train.
Source: Instagram/Olivia Palermo
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