Christina Ricci Accessorized Her Dizzying Fendi Dress With the Most Unexpected Accessory

On today’s episode of Milan Fashion Week.

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Christina Ricci and her bold style have officially landed at Milan Fashion Week. On Wednesday, the actress made an appearance at the Fendi Spring/Summer 2024 runway show while wearing the most over-the-top accessory.

Stepping out in the streets of Milan before sitting front row at Fendi, Ricci modeled a head-to-toe look brought to you by none other than the legendary Italian fashion house. For the show, she went sans a bra and donned a gray floor-sweeping frock with a shimmering, swirling silver design. The actress brought her outfit to the next level by accessorizing with a pop of color: a pair of sherbet-yellow finger gloves embossed with the Fendi FF logo. Adding even more details to her look, Christina wore a pair of gold Forever Fendi earrings with a coordinating snakeskin clutch and pale blue patent-leather rounded-toe pumps.

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Arnold Jerocki/GC Images

When it came time for her glam, she stuck to her signature dramatic, smoky eye with a dark lip, and styled her hair into a slicked-back bun with a deep side part.

As for her plus one, her husband Mark Hampton joined her hand-in-hand, wearing a navy blue suit (which he held his sport jacket in his hand) with an unbuttoned white dress shirt. A smattering of chain necklaces, a black wristwatch, a brown satchel slung around his shoulder, and coordinating sunglasses rounded out his look.

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Arnold Jerocki/GC Images

The couple's Milan Fashion Week outing comes shortly after she spoke with The Zoe Report and shared her best relationship advice she's learned over the years.

"I think I learned this over time," she told the publication. "I would say my best piece of relationship advice is to treat your loved one with the same kind of manners and politeness that you would with someone you just met. Always say please and thank you, excuse me, etc. I just feel like we get into these things where we feel so comfortable that we end up just treating the other person not in the way that we would treat even a stranger."

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