Hollywood's biggest stars are flocking to Italy for the Venice Film Festival, where highly anticipated awards season contenders will be screened for the very first time. With all the red carpet looks we'll be seeing from A-listers like Emma Stone, Naomi Watts and Lady Gaga, it's totally getting us in the mood for awards season, too. Check back as we share the gorgeous, can't-miss looks from the style set whether they're jaunting off to a premiere or attending press events.
The Australian actress continues to serve gorgeous looks! For the Nightingale screening, Watts arrived in a black sequined high-neck column gown paired with a green enamel box clutch.
The indie actress was fashion-forward in a Chanel Haute Couture feather dress at the screening of L'Annee Derniere a Marienbad.
The Suspiria star wowed in an elegant, red silk structured gown by Dior for the film's premiere.
The Suspiria actress sported fall's biggest trend head-to-toe via a red, leopard print dress, gloves and shoes by Schiaparelli at the premiere of At Eternity's Gate.
The Vox Lux star glittered in a gold sequined gown by Gucci for the film's screening.
The actress shined in a high-neck, sparkly Dolce & Gabbana midi for the screening of At Eternity's Gate.
The multitalented artist brought haute couture to the red carpet in a pale pink feathered gown by Valentino as she arrived at the premiere of A Star Is Born with co-star Bradley Cooper.
The blonde actress brought all the glam in a black velvet bustier gown with feather embroidered shoulder detail by Armani Privé at the premiere of A Star Is Born.
The A Star Is Born leading lady exuded old Hollywood glamour in an elegant, white vintage A-line Azzedine Alaïa dress and pointed-toe black pumps, complemented by voluminous tresses.
The star and director of A Star Is Born arrived at the film's photocall in a gray kid mohair suit with a blue shirt and tie by Prada.
The red-headed beauty dazzled in a plunging, long-sleeve embroidered gown, ankle-strap sandals and jewelry from Louis Vuitton at the premiere of The Favourite.
The British actor sported a sleek, navy blue Dior single-button peak lapel tuxedo, complete with bow tie, at the screening of My Masterpiece.
The actress chose pink again in an embellished, pleated number by Prada for the screening of Roma.
The Favourite actress looked cool in a light blue plissé top, satin tulip mini skirt and pointed-toe pumps by Louis Vuitton at the film's photocall.
All eyes were on Foy at the First Man screening as she arrived in a stunning red-and-pink dress with cape detail by Valentino and metallic sandals.
The Aussie actress was also pretty in pink via tiered Armani Privé strapless number, paired with a boxy clutch, dainty diamond necklace and beachy waves at the premiere of First Man.
The actor was as handsome as ever in a cream tux jacket, crisp white button-down, black trousers and leather shoes at the First Man screening.
The Oscar winner smiled as she arrived in Venice wearing a Louis Vuitton ensemble of striped-and-floral shirt and tied white shorts.
The blonde beauty attended a photocall in a chic white pantsuit by Giorgio Armani and gold pumps.
The former Crown leading lady charmed in a collared A-line frock by Chanel and white tie-up sandals for a photocall.