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Diane Kruger: Stunning in silver

Published 03/09/2015

Diane Kruger
Diane Kruger

Diane Kruger led the fashion pack at the opening ceremony of the Venice Film Festival on Wednesday.

The 39-year-old actress looked incredible in her Prada gown as she walked the red carpet for the opening ceremony of the world-famous event.

The gown featured a high neckline with cut outs on the side, with a white and silver cape detail attached on the back.

Diane teamed the dress with a white and red clutch bag, diamond bracelet and earrings.

She completed the ensemble by wearing her blonde hair gently teased into a curly updo, keeping her makeup chic and simple.

Diane has become something of a fashion icon over the past few years thanks to her unique sense of style and ability to make any outfit look flawless.

The star previously revealed she uses fashion as a means of expression.

“Clothes to me are an external expression of a state of mind, or a reaction I want to get from people," she told Harper’s Bazaar Australia magazine. "Fashion is just a fun way for women to show our colours. Guys buy a car.”

She may enjoy dressing up but the blonde star admits posing for photographers at showbiz events is quite daunting.

However, Diane looked anything but intimidated as she posed at the Venice Film Festival.

“Red carpets are a stressful, bizarre situation. Imagine having all those people yell at you and take photos. Not the most comfortable moment," she sighed. "It’s ridiculous. Honestly, I just don’t care what people say. It’s not worth worrying about. I care about the film I’ve just made and what my boyfriend says when I walk out of the door.”

Diane had some competition at the film festival from Elizabeth Banks and model Alessandra Ambrosio, who both also opted for white ensembles.

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