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Elizabeth Banks' Venice style sussed

Published 09/09/2015

Elizabeth Banks
Elizabeth Banks

Oscar Pinto-Hervia has given a run down of his favourite fashion moments from the 2015 Venice Film Festival.

Oscar Pinto-Hervia, fashion buyer and CEO of luxury designer retailer Hervia, has given his run down of the style wins at the annual event, and Elizabeth is one of his top picks.

Wearing a floor-length white Dolce & Gabbana dress, Elizabeth made an icy entrance at the premiere of film Everest.

"White was a popular colour on the red carpet this year, and Elizabeth Banks made a show-stopping entrance with this floor-length number. The classic cut and diamante details scream Hollywood glamour," Oscar commented to Cover Media.

"I [also] love this classic 1920s-style dress that Hilary Rhoda wore [at the Spotlight premiere]. It offers the perfect mix of red-carpet sophistication with after-party glamour," he added of another light-coloured look.

It wasn't just pale hues that got his fashion juices flowing though; supermodel Alessandra Ambrosio was a vision in black for Spotlight.

"Alessandra Ambrosio certainly worked this v-neck black gown and made the outfit look incredibly classy despite its daring sheer fabric," he commented.

The men didn't escape Oscar's attention either, with Jake Gyllenhaal particularly impressing in the style stakes.

The actor rocked the red carpet for Everest with valet detailing on his Salvatore Ferragamo tux, finishing the look with slicked-back hair and a full beard.

"I love the velvet jacket that Jake Gyllenhaal has incorporated into his red-carpet look. It adds a certain quirkiness to the whole outfit, and he pulls it off beautifully.

"There’s nothing quite like a tailored tux to create a slick and stylish look, and Josh Brolin looks every inch the gentleman in this tailored number," Oscar added of Jake's Everest co-star, who wore a classic suit by Dolce & Gabbana.

© Cover Media

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