On the red carpet: Gemma Arterton, Riley Keough, Scarlett Johansson, Camila Alves

Gemma Arterton was pretty in pink at the 73rd Venice Film Festival closing ceremony. 

This dress is by Alberta Ferretti and she accessorised with Solena Maya white-diamond earrings from Messika Paris.

On the red carpet: Gemma Arterton, Riley Keough, Scarlett Johansson, Camila Alves

Riley Keough chose a medieval-inspired pleated chiffon gown for the photocall prior to the screening of American Honey at Toronto International Film Festival. The dress and her matching almond-toe pumps are from Chanel.

On the red carpet: Gemma Arterton, Riley Keough, Scarlett Johansson, Camila Alves

Scarlett Johansson, who voiced one of the lead characters in Sing, also went with chiffon and winged eyeliner at its premiere. The flouncy red dress design is from LA label Haney. Her velour platform sandals are by Sophia Webster.

On the red carpet: Gemma Arterton, Riley Keough, Scarlett Johansson, Camila Alves

Camila Alves was elegant in stunning Monique Lhuillier, a white silk dress overlaid with Venetian lace and floral appliqués, plus Stuart Weitzman Nudist sandals. Matthew McConaughey rocked Tom Ford from tie to ombré lace-ups.

On the red carpet: Gemma Arterton, Riley Keough, Scarlett Johansson, Camila Alves


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