Irina Shayk dons a black dress by Pinko at the Venice Film Festival – Footwear News


Irina Shayk redefined the power of the little black dress at 79e Venice International Film Festival.

The model attended the premiere of ‘L’Immensita,’ starring Penelope Cruz, in a strappy black satin dress with a low-cut back. The dress had a low neckline and a short train to give volume to the back. It was a classic and simple dress, but at the same time elevated and accessible.

Shayk redefined the power of the little black dress by showing how certain details can make it more captivating. While from the front it might look like another black dress, the low back and train add sparkle to the simple design. The dress was by Italian luxury brand Pinko, a fitting choice for Shayk to honor the film festival’s home country.


Irina Shayk arrives at Hotel Excelsior during the 79th Venice International Film Festival on September 04, 2022 in Venice, Italy.

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She coordinated with black strappy sandals, staying on theme with a head-to-toe black approach. For jewelry, Shayk honored another Italian brand, Pomellato. From the brand, Shayk selected the Iconica parure rings with double band in rose gold and diamonds and three gold bangle bracelets with diamonds.

For beauty, Shayk opted for a rosy face look with a nude lip. On her eyes, she chose a thick wingtip and dark eyeshadow that accentuated her green eyes.


VENICE, ITALY - SEPTEMBER 04: Irina Shayk attends the

Irina Shayk attends the ‘L’Immensità’ red carpet at the 79th Venice International Film Festival on September 04, 2022 in Venice, Italy.

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The model seems to be enjoying her time at the Venice Film Festival, as evidenced by her Instagram account where she was recently spotted at an event for Armani Beauty.

The 79th Venice International Film Festival previews upcoming films, with top Golden Lion awards announced as predictors of the upcoming Oscars. The 2022 ceremony, hosted by Rocio Munoz Morales, will run from August 31 to September 10, with top contenders including “Blonde,” “White Noise,” “Bones and All” and “Don’t Worry Darling.” This year’s jury will be chaired by Julianne Moore, who will be joined by Mariano Cohn, Leonardo di Costanzo, Audrey Diwan, Leila Hatami, Kazuo Ishiguro and Rodrigo Sorogoyen.

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