Day six of the Venice International Film Festival saw a red carpet of muted tones in fashion's favourite understatement: Grey
Great style's a grey area — we all have our tastes and judgments on what looks good, and what doesn't. But what's a sure thing though, is the colour grey. Black's quieter, bashful version, it equally packs a punch in terms of sartorial savvy. Go faint and it almost hints a blush in certain lighting; opt for a darker hue and it takes quiet to mysterious, plain to textured.
Last evening's premieres of Don't Be Bad and Rabin, The Last Day saw a bevy of Italian beauties opting for this very grey, in shades which flirt with lace, embroidery and metallics. The latter seems to be the colour's most loyal companion, with accompanying jewellery, stilettos and clutches opting for this trusty silver. See the festival's best dressed below.
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