You Need to See Jodie Turner-Smith's Christopher John Rogers Gown from Every Angle

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Jodie Turner-Smith is already the best dressed person on the 2022 Venice Film Festival red carpet—and it's only day three.

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.

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Photo credit: Stefania D'Alessandro - Getty Images

The floor-length piece was sleeveless and featured an ethereal, abstract print in vibrant reds, oranges, yellows, pinks, grays, and blues.

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Photo credit: Stefania D'Alessandro - Getty Images

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.

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Photo credit: Dominique Charriau - Getty Images

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."

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Photo credit: Stephane Cardinale - Corbis - Getty Images

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.

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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.

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Photo credit: Daniele Venturelli - Getty Images

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.

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Photo credit: Daniele Venturelli - Getty Images

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.

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Photo credit: Vittorio Zunino Celotto - Getty Images

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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Photo credit: Franco Origlia - Getty Images

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