It's finally here after a year. The 54th KVIFF is not only an event for film hobbyists, but also for fashion fans in the last few years. What showed up on the red carpet this year? Who shone? And who did not fully understand the dress code worth of the opening ceremony?
The brightest star of the evening, Julianne Moore
Oscar-winning actress Julianne arrived in Karlovy Vary for the Crystal Globe for Outstanding Artistic Contribution to World Cinema. On the opening evening she chose a canary yellow frill dress, fine round earrings, and a super-summery hairstyle of the century - beach waves. All this, complemented by a gentle make-up, made the 50-year-old actress suddenly a "girl next door". I really like that she didn't try too hard and she actually chose the summer version of the robe.
Make-up & Hair: 90 % Dress: 88 %
Shiny Jitka Schneiderová
One of the top sexy redheads of the Czech silver screen arrived in Elisabetta Franchi's glittering bathrobe-like dressing gown. The clothes themselves are not controversial but nothing too shocking in particular. And even though Jitka has matched them with a Bvlgari's handbag (she could have chosen a smaller model for the evening) and awesome powder heels perfectly blended with her skin tone.
Make-up & Hair: 53 % Dress: 60 %
The ruffle of the evening Jana Plodková
I am used to Jana not being afraid to experiment with fashion and mostly going agaisnt the stream. But this time she became a "half-conservative". You ask why half? Because her golden dress from Tatiana Kovaříková is so boring that you can never remember them, but you can't forget Jana's hairstyle! This year, hair looking like a crushed broom are in style in Karlovy Vary. How else can you explain this wannabe artistic chaos on her head?
Make-up & Hair: 35 % Dress: 45 %
Golden Nikol Švanterová
Nikol arrived in a gown from Poner, which surprised no one. However, I am pleased that at least someone understands that there is something "extra" to bring to the opening night of KVIFF. So a beautifully made corset reminiscent of Mugler's work pleased me. The length of the slit is fine, the clutch and the heels without a flaw. The only thing I would change is the choice of earrings. They remind me too much of my grandmother's classic clips, and it's not a good thing for a young lady. Certainly for the next time I would prefer a softer variant, for example in the jewellery style by Roberto Coin.
Make-up & Hair: 86 % Dress: 87 %
Out of dress code Hana Soukupová
Perhaps the only model that made it to the outdoor red carpet Hana Soukupová came in a perfectly elegant dress from Valentino. BUT: the dress, clutch, heels and jewelry would be flawless if they were accompanying a festival party. As for the red carpet, I expect at least a dress worthy of black tie not semi formal. That is why I am deducting points here for improperly disrespecting this opportunity.
Make-up & Hair: 70 % Dress: 75 %
Tuxedo Aňa Geislerová
It has been known for years that Aňa can wear men's style and she loves it. And so her choice of black robe model by Pietro Filippi did not surprised me. Anyway, I can't see a mistake here (besides the hairstyle in the style of a crushed broom - again), but I'm not so excited about it to shout that she hit the right spot.
Make-up & Hair: 63 % Dress: 63 %
Lenka Krobotová's Pyjamas Style
In short, Lenka Krobotová's red turtleneck dress reminds me of a bad version of a nightgown. I really don't want to write a "hate", but this is almost a waste of fabric for me. And on the red carpet? Oh dear!
Make-up & Hair: 20 % Dress: 10 %