Amal Clooney brings classical touch to Venice as she stands out from the crowd at the DVF Awards with a vintage blush lace dress and tulle overlay skirt
Amal Clooney brings a classic touch to Venice as she stands out from the crowd at the DVF Awards with a vintage blush lace dress and an overlapping tulle skirt
Standing out from the crowd has never looked so understated.
In a fashion landscape where shock-and-awe outfits all too often reign supreme, Amal Clooney brought a classic touch to the happenings in Venice this week.
At the DVF Awards on Thursday night, she stepped out in a vintage blush lace dress with a tulle skirt, pictured left, from Dior’s fall 2000 collection to accept an award.
The bodice fit her perfectly, the transparent tulle showing a glimpse of her ankles.
Human rights lawyer Ms Clooney, 45, was one of five women honored for her work supporting victims of war crimes and other abuses. She wore ruddy lace knickers with an uneven hem and a sheer skirt from John Galliano’s 2000 collection for Christian Dior
George and Amal Clooney brought their star power to the town where they got married in 2014 when they arrived for an awards ceremony
She was also the effortless star of events at the Venice Film Festival in an array of glorious gowns that made other celebrities’ deliberately outlandish ensembles seem mundane by comparison.
Take Dundas’ emerald green silk slip dress she wore to dinner on Tuesday night.
Her choice of floor-length was the antithesis of the currently ubiquitous ‘naked dresses’ – but stole the show.
With a slit that showed a brief flash of her legs as she walked and the thinnest spaghetti straps that showed off her collarbones, she showed that she perfectly understands the most important lesson in fashion: that it’s just as much about what you don’t let look at what you do.