Venice Film Festival once again proves to be a playground for fashion, luxury, and art, with celebrities and stars adorning themselves with outstanding jewellery and watches. This year, the festival saw an array of pieces adorning the necks, wrists, and ears of actors, models, and more. From classic elegance to bold statements, the stars left no stone unturned when accessorising their red carpet looks. Let’s take a closer look at the pieces that stole the spotlight.
Australian heartthrob Jacob Elordi graced the festival with his presence, and he did so in style. Elordi, wearing a Tiffany & Co. unisex bracelet crafted from 18k yellow gold, adds a dose of effortless attitude to his look with its chain of gauge links. The additional 18k gold signet ring truly aligned with the classic aspects of the actor’s appearance, proving that timeless elegance never goes out of style.
Modelling royalty Carla Bruni, attending the festival to receive the Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement Award, illuminated the event with her presence and her choice of Chopard jewellery. She donned earrings featuring an astounding 10.27 carats of diamonds and a bracelet adorned with 5.99 carats of round brilliant cut diamonds, 13.98 carats of marquise cut diamonds, 13.71 carats of pear-shaped diamonds, 15.50 carats of round-shaped diamonds, and 1.62 carats of diamonds, all from the Haute Joaillerie collection, set in 18k white gold.
India Ria Amarteifio
Queen Charlotte actress, India Ria Amarteifio was an absolute regal vision. She exuded elegance with a Fiery necklace from Messika’s Midnight Sun high jewellery collection. Amarteifio wore Illusionnistes ear clips and a ring, but the best piece was a pear-shaped toi et moi diamond ring. Her choice of jewellery was a testament to her refined taste and the allure of Messika’s creations.
Riverdale actress, Camilla Mendes stunned crowds on her way to the Armani Beauty Event, wearing a Divine Enigma Choker from the high jewellery collection by Messika. This piece added a touch of enchantment to her look, perfectly complementing her elegance and grace.
While attending the Ferrari photocall, Adam Driver sported a most excellent timepiece—a blue-dialed Rolex Oyster Perpetual. Released in 1926, this watch cemented the concept of a highly water-resistant case paired with a reliable automatic movement in the minds of the global watch buyer. Driver’s version is the sort of understated watch that looks appropriate just about anywhere, very on-brand for the actor.
Spanish actress Milena Smit embodied gothic glam on the red carpet, dripping in Bulgari’s High Jewellery Serpenti pieces—a bewitching blend of gold, diamonds, and rubies. Her choice was a bold and dramatic statement, showcasing the versatility of high-end jewellery on the grand stage of the Venice Film Festival.
Model Madisin Rainin made a sparkling statement, embracing the allure of the Diamond Wave necklace and the captivating elegance of Messika’s Desert Bloom and Toi et Moi rings. She ignited her style with Fiery diamond stud earrings, demonstrating how jewellery can elevate any ensemble to the heights of glamour and sophistication. There is no doubt that Messika is a favoured brand to sport among celebrities.
Paul Mescal showed his dapper side at the Cartier Venice Film Festival party. He donned a gold and diamond Grain de Café brooch from Cartier and, to top off his chic look, sported a Cartier Juste un Clou earring. His choice of Cartier accessories exuded sophistication and a touch of avant-garde flair, proving that jewellery can be a conversation piece as well as a fashion statement.