Venice Film Festival fashion: 8 top red carpet looks from stars including Harry Styles, Florence Pugh and more

Simone Ashley, who made the news this year on Season 2 of the show 'Bridgerton' was seen wearing a chic and flattering red dress by Armani Prive and wore her hair put in a high bun. Her jewelry was minimal and wore a diamond necklace and earrings with studs.

Australian model Cate Blanchett opted out of the traditional gown and she wore a gorgeous dark black Schiaparelli jumpsuit with an eye-catching neckline, adorned with bright flowers. Her minimal makeup and accessories enabled the outfit to stand out.

Brazilian Model Alessandra Ambrosio was a picture of elegance and playfulness when she stepped out in a flowing pink chiffon gown by Ermanno Scervino.

British actor and singer Harry Styles attended the premiere of his much-discussed film "Don't Worry, Darling" with a distinct vintage-style dress. He wore the navy blue double-breasted Gucci suit and the star of the evening was an ethereal blue shirt with an over-the-top collar.

Styles"Don't worry darling co-star Florence Pugh was not about living a minimalist life. She was seen walking the red carpet wearing an eye-catching and fun off-shoulder Valentino gown, which was sprinkled with tiny silver ornaments.

"Don't Worry Darling" filmmaker Olivia Wilde also wore Gucci in the same way as her suspected boyfriend Styles. Wilde's choice at the Red Carpet was a vibrant yellow chiffon dress that had an elongated neckline with a lot of glittering crystals and ruffles.

The actress Rachel Brosnahan went for a style that was reminiscent of the 2000s when she attended the 'Dead for a Dollar photocall at the festival. She wore a Barbie corset in pink with an asymmetrical skirt and belt to create an ensemble that looked easy but still stylish.

Actress Jodie Turner-Smith donned a stunning dress that was artwork that was wearable. The dress with a high neck from Christopher John Rogers featured an abstract design that covered the entire dress in many shades and a long trail that added drama.