She always manages to turn heads with her stylish ensembles.
So it was no surprise to see all eyes on Emma Stone as she attended Day Two of the 75th Venice International Film Festival, stepping out of the Hotel Excelsior in a resplendent chiffon co-ord.
Looking positively radiant as she made her way to one of the river taxis, the 29-year-old American actress was a vision of beauty on the outing, beaming broadly and waving at photographers who crossed her path.
Glamorous: All eyes were on Emma Stone as she attended Day Two of the 75th Venice International Film Festival on Thursday, stepping out of the Hotel Excelsior in a resplendent chiffon co-ord
The radiant redhead opted for soft pastel colours that complemented her porcelain complexion, with the Oscar-winning actress slipping into a cherry blossom pink blouse with a delicate print.
She teamed the garment with a matching pleated skirt in a vibrant sky blue, that skimmed her lean legs and billowed behind her as she sashayed down the boardwalk.
The Easy A actress finished off the look with a pair of cream stilettos bearing a tortoiseshell strap, whilst a small snakeskin clutch nestled in the crook of her arm.
Ensuring her hair and make-up wouldn’t detract from her stunning ensemble, Emma wore her glossy auburn locks swept back in a chic chignon bun, whilst a slick of baby pink lipstick lined her plump pout.
All-smiles: Looking positively radiant as she made her way to one of the river taxis, the 29-year-old American actress was a vision of beauty on the outing, beaming broadly and waving at photographers who crossed her path
Leggy lady! She teamed the garment with a matching pleated skirt in a vibrant sky blue, that skimmed her lean legs and billowed behind her as she sashayed down the boardwalk
Well heeled: The Easy A actress finished off the look with a pair of cream stilettos bearing a tortoiseshell strap, whilst a small snakeskin clutch nestled in the crook of her arm
Emma is a firm fixture at Venice Film Festival, and this year her upcoming movie, The Favourite, is competing in the main international competition.
The Favourite is directed by Yorgos Lanthimos and is ‘a bawdy, acerbic tale of royal intrigue, passion, envy and betrayal’ set in the court of Queen Anne in early 18th century England, according to Fox Searchlight Pictures.
Olivia Colman stars as Queen Anne, Rachel Weisz as her adviser and lover Sarah Churchilll, while Emma is Sarah’s younger cousin Abigail, who turns the relationship between Anne and Sarah upside-down.
Here comes Royalty! The Crown star Olivia Colman, 44, (L) also looked sensational as she headed out at the 75th annual Venice International Film Festival on Thursday, where her on-screen predecessor Claire, 34, (R) was also present
Head-turner: Olivia was rivalled on the style front by Claire, who looked flirty in a billowing halterneck floral number
Beauty: The star’s pixie cut effortlessly framed her striking features which were enhanced with a rosy coat of blusher and mascara
Effortless: A pair of black tinted shades complemented her short brunette locks and she enhanced her features with a glamorous coat of make-up
With Anne more concerned about tending to her flocks of ducks rather than governing the country, Sarah the Duchess of Marlborough steps in to take over the political work.
The eight-week shoot took place last year in various locations in southern England including Hatfield House in Hertfordshire, a country mansion that has been the backdrop for features including My Week With Marilyn and Sherlock Holmes.
The Favourite – which also stars Nicholas Hoult and Joe Alwyn – is released in US cinemas on November 23 and hits UK screens on January 1, 2019.
Loving life: Nicholas posed for pictures with co-star Joe Alwyn – who is dating Taylor Swift – with the pair beaming broadly
On the move: Nicholas was helped into the river boat by a member of team at the festival
The Favourite will have to impress this year’s jury panel, the president of which is director, Guillermo Del Toro. The jury consists of Christoph Waltz, Taika Waititi, Malgorzata Szumowska, Trine Dyrholm, Nicole Garcia, Sylvia Chang and Paolo Genovese.
Naomi Watts was also appointed a juror on the panel, which consists of five women and four men in an effort to readdress the imbalance that has occurred in previous years.
Naomi said she hopes the experience will be ‘life altering’, gushing: ‘To sit in a disciplined way and spend the next 10 days watching two to three films a day is extraordinary and I have just never had that opportunity.
‘And to be amongst this group of people on this panel and with Guillermo leading it, I think it’s going to be a really unique and really new experience.’
On September 8, the final day of the festival, Del Toro’s jury will be tasked with handing out the Golden Lion for Best Film, the Silver Lion – Grand Jury Prize, Silver Lion for Best Director, Coppa Volpi for Best Actor, Coppa Volpi for Best Actress, Award for Best Screenplay, the Special Jury Prize and the Marcello Mastroianni Award for Best New Young Actor or Actress.
Two’s company: Director Spike Lee was seen cruising into the Lido Beach alongside his wife Tonya Lewis Lee
On the move: Tonya looked stylish in a printed jacket layered over an all-black ensemble, whilst Spike kept things casual
Loving life: The pair happily smiled and waved at photographers as they cruised down the river
Chirpy: The duo looked in good spirits as they made their way around the star-studded festival
Meanwhile, Claire Foy and Ryan Gosling are set to open the star-studded film showcase with their Neil Armstrong biopic First Man, which has already been tipped for awards glory as it tells the tale of the iconic 1969 moon landing.
In First Man Claire plays Neil Armstrong’s first wife Janet Shearon who acts as a pillar of support for the spaceman ahead of the Apollo 11 mission, which is famously known as the moment man first set foot on the moon.
Claire was also seen out enjoying Venice during the festival on Thursday, looking fashionable and flirty in a billowing halterneck floral number that skimmed over her enviable physique.
The star’s stylish cropped pixie cut effortlessly framed her striking features which were enhanced with a rosy coat of blusher and mascara.
Broadchurch actress Olivia Colman, 44, also looked sensational as she headed out, cutting an effortlessly regal figure in a chic black jumpsuit.
Olivia flaunted her flair for fashion in the gorgeous figure-skimming number, which she teamed with a eye-catching silver pendant. A pair of black tinted shades complemented her short brunette locks and she enhanced her features with a glamorous coat of make-up.
Accessorising with a red clutch, Olivia looked in high spirits as she waved to on-lookers while making her way through the sunshine.
Olivia is set to take on the role of Queen Elizabeth II from Claire Foy in the eagerly-anticipated third series of The Crown.