Adria Arjona at “Bones and All” Red Carpet – Venice Film Festival 2022

Stylist: Danielle Goldberg
Outfit: Armani Privé
Makeup Artist: Cedric Jolivet using Armani Beauty
Facialist: Iván Pol
Hairstylist: Renato Campora
Jewelry: Tiffany & Co.

Since we are gearing up for the next Venice Film Festival, we will revisit and analyze some of the standout looks from the past edition.

Adria Arjona‘s ensemble caught my attention, so I am here to write about it for you.

For the “Bones and All” red carpet, the Puerto Rican actress donned a striped black and white Armani Privé long, halter dress.

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Adria accessorized her ensemble with emerald and diamond earrings, a Tiffany & Co. Paloma’s Melody Five-Band ring set in 18k white gold with diamonds and black spinels on her right ring finger, a matching Tiffany & Co. Paloma’s Melody Five-Band bracelet, a Tiffany & Co. Five Row diamond band ring on her left ring finger and black patent leather heels.

Arjona‘s makeup was natural and earthy, the most striking part of her look was indeed a precise trait of eyeliner towards the outer corners to elongate the eyes.

Makeup artist Cedric Jolivet only placed a hint of light terracotta blush on her cheeks and tied everything with a nude lip.

All products used were courtesy of Armani Beauty; the actress is notoriously one of the faces of the brand.

Here are some of them (the short list was provided by Armani Beauty itself):

Armani BeautyLuminous Silk Foundation in the shade 7.75;
Armani BeautyLip Power Lipstick in the shade 109.

The hair was styled by Renato Campora in a sleek half-up, half-down coif while her oval-shaped nails were painted in a milky hue.

Not many days ago I wrote about stylist Danielle Goldberg and her incredible skills at styling, so I will leave you with another example of her eye for textures and patterns, mixed with incredible attention to detail, down to the jewelry.


Bones and All is a 2022 coming-of-age romantic cannibal road film directed by Luca Guadagnino from a screenplay by David Kajganich, based on the 2015 novel of the same name by Camille DeAngelis.

The film had its world premiere at the 79th Venice International Film Festival on September 2, 2022.

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