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9 Of The Best Vintage Looks To Have Graced The Venice Film Festival Red Carpet

2022 was a vintage year at Venice Film Festival, particularly when it came to the red carpet. A whole host of stars, including Penélope Cruz, Tessa Thompson and Isabelle Huppert, opted to wear archival pieces – further evidence that the vintage boom we’ve seen on the red carpet of late isn’t going anywhere anytime soon.

Of course, vintage isn’t a new thing, with the likes of Cruz and Huppert, among others, often wearing pieces from the fashion vaults over the years. Back in 2018, Lady Gaga wore a white Azzedine Alaïa dress for the Venice premiere of A Star Is Born, while Irina Shayk sported a dazzling Versace number from spring/summer 1996 at the same event.

Ahead of this year’s Venice Film Festival, take a look back at the best vintage looks to have graced the Lido to date.

2016

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Lily-Rose Depp wearing a vintage Chanel dress, featuring a white tulle corsage, from spring/summer 1995.

2018

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Lady Gaga in a vintage white dress by Azzedine Alaïa at the premiere of A Star Is Born.

2018

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Irina Shayk wearing a gold lamé dress from Versace’s spring/summer 1996 collection, also at the A Star Is Born premiere.

2021

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Isabelle Huppert wearing a crystal-embellished gown from Giorgio Armani’s autumn/winter 2005 couture collection.

2021

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Mariacarla Boscono wearing a burgundy corseted dress from Jean Paul Gaultier’s autumn/winter 2016 couture collection.

2022

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Penélope Cruz wearing a white lace dress from Dolce & Gabbana’s spring/summer 2011 collection.

2022

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Tessa Thompson in a futuristic silver top and black sequin skirt from Armani Privé’s autumn/winter 2009 collection.

2022

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Emma Chamberlain in a red Valentino gown from autumn/winter 2007, sourced via Circa Vintage London.

2022

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Taylor Russell in a strapless black dress from Ralph Lauren’s autumn/winter 2007 collection, sourced from Aralda Vintage.

Originally published in Vogue.co.uk

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