Yesterday, the actress arrived at the premiere of Bardo in a striking, multicolored gown pulled straight from Christopher John Rogers's pre-fall 2022 runway.
The floor-length piece was sleeveless and featured an ethereal, abstract print in vibrant reds, oranges, yellows, pinks, grays, and blues.
The look, chosen by celebrated styling duo Wayman Bannerman and Micah McDonald, was elevated even more with a bold gold, diamond, emerald, and opal choker, and matching circular drop earrings in gold, diamond, and opal, as well as various silver rings. The Last Ship star also carried a shimmering silver clutch.
On Instagram, Christopher John Rogers shared a photo of Turner-Smith in the showstopping gown and took a moment to recognize her stylist (who also put together Tessa Thompson's dramatic red look from Elie Saab's fall/winter 2022 couture collection).
The designer wrote, "It was made for a special squirrel! The ONE, Jodie Turner-Smith, in Look 33 from Collection 009 -- an abstract crayon printed georgette and twill gown -- for the 79th Venice International Film Festival, styled by the brilliant Wayman and Micah. The look is now available for purchase in a limited quantity exclusively at Bergdorf Goodman."
The 79th annual Venice International Film Festival kicked off Wednesday, and from the start, Turner-Smith debuted one head-turning look after the other.
For her arrival in Venice on Tuesday, she looked radiant in a sheer pink-to-yellow ombré suit from Casablanca, which featured a slightly scalloped lapel. She paired the set with strappy neon yellow sandals from Jimmy Choo, raspberry-colored sunglasses, and layered silver chain necklaces.
Later that evening, Turner-Smith attended the Cinecittà and Academy of Motion Picture, Art & Science Dinner, where she glowed in an electrifyingly blue minidress from Raisa Vanessa and silvery velvet handbag from RODO.
Then, to attend the photo-call for White Noise, the actress (and her stylists) pulled a look straight from Gucci's resort 2023 collection: a sheer, lacy baby pink slipdress. She wore the sexy number with baby blue patent-leather opera gloves and white over-the-knee lace-up boots, and added in some maximalist accessories: black and glittering silver cat-eye sunglasses, a silver choker, and silver drop earrings with colorful stones.
Later that day, she also wore a sheer, crystal-embellished black gown with a red trim by Gucci, paired with neon green opera gloves and oversized diamond and emerald jewelry.
And before slipping into her Christopher John Rogers gown, she spent the day in a semi-sheer bright red set from Interior's spring/summer 2022 ready-to-wear. She paired it with neon green feather sandals and a red Brandon Blackwood box bag, raspberry-colored sunglasses, green drop earrings, and layered silver chain necklaces.
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