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6 fashion trends that we have seen at the Venice Film Festival (and that you can now copy this season)

From August 30 to September 9, the Italian city of Venice has once again welcomed professionals from the world of cinema from every point on the globe. Her red carpet has once again caused a sensation due to the variety of outfits she has had.

Although long dresses have been the majority, following the gala protocol, there have also been numerous daring and striking looks, marked by crop tops, asymmetries and openings. But what fashion trends have appeared massively? We compile six that have made a difference.

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    The halter neck

    The halter neck, which closes flush with the neck, is a key red carpet trend. It is successful in both satin and matte designs. On a daily basis, you can also wear it in its top version with a pair of jeans.

    Cecilia Steiner, Noémi Besedes and Laura Bertolino / Gtres

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    The little black dress is an institution. Versatile and elegant in any circumstance, according to the iconic designer Karl Lagerfeld, it is no coincidence that he continues to be one of the protagonists of the red carpets. The models that triumphed at the Mostra were the asymmetrical ones, with ruffle or feather details.

    Clara Gale, Bárbara Palvin and Emilia Schülee / Gtres

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    Its delicacy never goes unnoticed. Embossed, embroidered or printed… the flower adds romanticism to any look. On this red carpet, she has not failed the rule, wearing all luxury of dresses. This fall, you can wear flowers in both blouses and midi dresses, with high boots.

    Carla Bruni, Anaïs Demoustier and Hofit Golan / Gtres

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    Word of honor

    A guarantee of elegance, the strapless neckline leaves all the focus on the shoulders. He has once again triumphed on this red carpet, in midi and maxi length dresses.

    Rocío Muñoz, Caterina Murino and Bella Thorne / Gtres

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    Reveal in a subtle way. This is precisely what these dresses achieve, as they continue to triumph on the red carpets, year after year. In this edition, they appeared in all types of designs, in neutral tones. On a daily basis, you can easily wear them with a blouse, combined with an opaque skirt.

    Taylor Mega, Nieves Álvarez and Georgia May Jagger / Gtres and Getty Images

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    Gold and silver, because of their naturally eye-catching appearance, are commonly worn on the red carpet. In this edition, they have taken center stage, with fringes, draping and embroidery. The secret? Combine them with accessories in tone nude.

    Isabell Hupert, Adriana Lima and Paola Turani / Gtres