Pierre Casiraghi and Beatrice Borromeo at Venice Film Festival

On September 1, 2017, Pierre Casiraghi and Beatrice Borromeo attended the Franca Sozzani Award ceremony at the 74th Venice Film Festival in Venice. Beatrice Borromeo wore a embellished pleated silk dress by Valentino fall 2017 collection at the ceremony.
Beatrice Borromeo wore Valentino embellished pleated silk dress at at the 74th Venice Film Festival. Pierre Casiraghi
Beatrice Borromeo wore Valentino embellished pleated silk dress at at the 74th Venice Film Festival. Pierre Casiraghi
Beatrice Borromeo wore Valentino embellished pleated silk dress at at the 74th Venice Film Festival. Pierre Casiraghi
Beatrice Borromeo wore Valentino embellished pleated silk dress
Valentino Embellished Pleated Silk Dress - Fall 2017

11 comments:

  1. I think this is going to divide opinion!

    I like it - the style and the contrast of black against the pink. However, I think it needs a more structured hairstyle and possibly slightly more dramatic make up - it's all a bit nothing against the drama of the dress...

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  2. Beatrice used to have an exquisite taste, but lately I don't like her choices. This is a very trendy and avant-garde dress, but in my humble opinion, modern and different does not always become attractive. I find the futuristic style, almost costume like, not to mention that she would look so much better with proper undergarments, her bust line looks terrible.

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  3. I think that the futuristic sleeves and overcharged bust goes against the elegance of this outfit. I really don' t like it very much.

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  5. She looks like Boticcelli's Venus. But her style is weird sometimes.
    Pierre has cute face, I like him more than his brother.

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  6. Une robe renaissance.... c'était tout indiqué à Venise. Très original!

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  7. This dress needs to be simplyfied or streamlined. Way too much going on as is. I get both futuristic and medieval vibes from it which is weird. I would take off those shoulder flaps, open up the neckline, makes the sleeves short and get rid of the bodice element that makes it look apron- or dirndl-like.
    The colours are good and the skirt is beautiful.
    I agree with the comments about undergarments.

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  8. This is a spectacular dress. But that does not mean it looks good when worn in its entirety. Agree that the skirt portion is gorgeous and looks terrific on Beatrice. I can see it all in a design dislplay in a future decade.

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  9. The dress is beautiful but it makes her look dull... she is to faded for that dress

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  10. I think she looks good in this dress. It is beautiful.

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  11. These two amaze me with their classic features. They could be from century, any era. The dress is beautiful. The second photo here, and a similar one by another photographer, both taken during a breeze, show the dress in motion and it looks lovely. I don't know a lot about the Valentino style, so the native American Indian influence on the bodice is a surprise element.

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