What a bore, what a beard. Cha beard, what a bore (cit.). We have to be honest: we had to judge only by the clothes – a little resignedly – flaunted on the red carpet, that of the 68th edition of the awards Donatello’s David it would certainly not go down in the recent history of costume as one of the most friccicarelle and crackling evenings.
On the red carpet, the stars of Italian cinema let themselves be infected by the reassuring certainty of total black: so elegant, so classy, but often just as boring. Black sheath dresses and black slip dresses, black tuxedos and black tunics: few escape the golden rule of black as a synonym of chic, without too much effort to appear, let’s not say bizarre, but at least slightly original.
So much so that in the monotonous and quiet dark fluidity of the evening, those stars stand out who, without giving in to bombastic follies, dare at least a little: Blessed Porcaroli (looking east), Elodies (in black yes, but the more I don’t see than I see), Jasmine Trinca (unexpected flashes of silver, for her) and even Paola Cortellesifor which even just white is enough to stand out in the crowd.
Special mention for the hostess of the evening, together with Carlo Conti: una Matilde Gioli in nuance gold David, designed by Giorgio Armani Privé: a neckline that very few can afford, that someone has criticized… and that we promote, however, with full marks.
All the looks of the David di Donatello evening, below:
Benedetta Porcaroli in Gucci and Pomellato jewels
A vague hint of the Orient. And thank goodness, in all this boring sophistication of total black.
Elodie in Valentino and Tiffany & Co jewels.
And the share «thrill naked” is guaranteed…
Only paella is more Spanish than that.
Barbara Ronchi in Giorgio Armani
Black veiled in blue. Sophisticated.
Jewelry is not always necessary. But sometimes, yes.
Claudia Pandolfi in Federica Tosi
An effort, however, could also be done. With all the love in the world huh….
Paola Cortellesi in Giorgio Armani
The white fly.
The only one to which we allow the immoderate and uncontrolled use of black. Beautiful pearls, huh (but do you want to wear diamonds?!)
Rating: 6 1/2
Alessandro Borghi at Gucci
Flawless. And the crooked bow tie is the icing.
Score: 8, like the mountains we would climb with him
Margherita Buy in Giorgio Armani and Pomellato jewels
The lady of Italian cinema dresses as the script dictates. I mean, like a lady.
Jasmine Trinca at Prada
And so it was that one of the most low profile of Italian cinema ended up giving us one of the few glittering thrills of the evening. More and more beautiful, there is little to say.
Geppi Cucciari in Antonio Marras
Black with inlays, the variant that was missing.
Emanuela Fanelli in Giorgio Armani
Much chicchettina. But so boring, too?
Rating: 6 1/2
Diodate in Giorgio Armani
The expression “total black” taken literally.
Between the classic and the relaxed.
Luca Marinelli in Giorgio Armani
Practically a Maoist uniform.
Rating: 6 1/2
Susanna Nicchiarelli in Missoni
Maybe it needs to be tuned better?
Black with little flowers? I got it!
Look? Which look?
I’m wearing a tuxedo. In fact, I don’t even think about it.
Giulia went to Emporio Armani
Black with porthole. Ohibò.
Joan Thiele in Del Core
One of the few thrills of the evening comes from the singer-songwriter. Nothing ventured nothing gained. And then what a gnaw.
Basic. Even maybe half a step less than the basic.
Friar’s beard dress.
One, he says it too: he’s talking about the button…
Could the slip dress perhaps be missing from this wave of black? I do not think so.
Stefano Bollani and Valentina Cenni
Him without a tie. And she, for a level playing field, without the pieces of dress.
Black also in a one-shoulder version, et voilà.
At least the heel is one of the beautiful viuuulent ones.
Rating: 6 1/2
Let’s say that, at least, it doesn’t blend into the crowd.
Elio Germano at Emporio Armani
Are you sure you sure the size is right right right?
Francesco Di Leva at Emporio Armani
Define the look low profile that would be a gentle turn of phrase.
Score: 4 ½
Source: Vanity Fair
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