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Emma Corrin in hold-ups relaunches Annalisa’s style at Sanremo

ANDmma Corrin chose the hold-ups for the last red carpet that saw her as the protagonist. In Berlin to promote the release of Deadpool & Wolverinea film from the Marvel series in which she stars alongside Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman, the English actress appeared with a total look from the Saint Laurent Fall-Winter 2024 collection featuring a mini dress that ends by replicating the effect of a garter belt, with related sheer hold-ups. Doesn’t this remind you of someone?

Emma Corrin in Saint Laurent at the premiere of Deadpool & Wolverine in Berlin.

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Emma Corrin in Saint Laurent at the premiere of Deadpool & Wolverine in Berlin.

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The look worn by Emma Corrin, here on the Saint Laurent Fall-Winter 2024 runway.

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For us the déjà vu It was immediate: the dress and stockings chosen by Corrin immediately made us think of Annalisa and her looks at the 2024 edition of Sanremoplayed night after night around a single piece, namely hold-ups.

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Annalisa in Dolce&Gabbana during the first evening of the 74th edition of the Sanremo Festival

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Annalisa in DolceampGabbana during the second evening of the 74th edition of the Sanremo Festival

Annalisa in Dolce&Gabbana during the second evening of the 74th edition of the Sanremo Festival

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Annalisa in DolceampGabbana during the third evening of the 74th edition of the Sanremo Festival

Annalisa in Dolce&Gabbana during the third evening of the 74th edition of the Sanremo Festival

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Annalisa in DolceampGabbana during the fourth evening of the 74th edition of the Sanremo Festival

Annalisa in Dolce&Gabbana during the fourth evening of the 74th edition of the Sanremo Festival

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Available in different versions, from the most sheer to the most covering, now combined with a oversized blazer and now to a dress bustier, until the end of the final evening, the stockings seen on Annalisa at Sanremo were the result of a clever stylistic work signed Dolce&Gabbanaa brand that has loved to include this sensual accessory of the female intimate wardrobe in its collections for a long time. It loves to include it and reinterpret it but always in step with the times, making it contemporary and, why not, also a real must-have that has all the credentials to become the new super sexy hit of the summer.

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Annalisa in Dolce&Gabbana for the final evening of the 2024 edition of the Sanremo Festival.

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But How do you wear this trend in everyday life? Choice hotespecially for the summer – which is why they are suitable for destinations with milder temperatures or for those who are not exactly fans of air conditioning – hold-ups can be shown off in a direct and intentionally, if you will, cheeky way, as in the case of Emma Corrin, also following the still-alive no-pants trend. For a more toned-down version, this type of stocking can be paired with a long, flowing dress, for a see-through effect, or they can be hidden under a longuettefor a more discreet charm.

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A look from the Dolce&Gabbana Spring-Summer 2024 fashion show

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DolceGabbana SpringSummer 2024

A look from the Dolce&Gabbana Spring-Summer 2024 fashion show

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