Photographer: Pierre Arnaud

Stylist: Danielle Goldberg assisted by Caroline Edison
Outfit: custom Saint Laurent by Anthony Vaccarello
Makeup Artist: Harold James
Hairstylist: Renato Campora
Sunglasses: Saint Laurent
Shoes: Saint Laurent

Here we are with the first article regarding the Venice Film Festival 2022. One of the standout dresses of the kermesse was that of Laura Harrier. Honestly for us, it was love at first sight.

Harrier stunned in a golden custom Saint Laurent long-sleeved lamé dress with a keyhole slit from the neck to the middle of her torso. The design was probably inspired by some pieces of the Pre-Fall 2022 collection.

Pictures are courtesy of Saint Laurent

She accessorized her look with SL 55T Shade sunglasses with narrow elongated cat-eye frames and Cassie sandals with an almond toe, comma stiletto heel and straps with rhinestone buckles. She was also seen carrying a gold metal tassel clutch.

Her face was painted by Harold James who created a soft, brown smokey eye that tied in with the color of her dress. A subtle highlight on the top of her cheeks and luscious shiny nude lips completed the look.

Here below you can find the products used, slightly edited for better comprehension:

– Foundation: Clé de Peau – Radiant Cream in 060 & 070;
– Concealer: Charlotte Tilbury – Beautiful Skin Radiant Concealer (no shade specified);
– Bronzer: Rose Inc in ‘Capri‘;
– Mascara: Byredo – ‘Tears in Rain‘;
– Lips: Custom lip color mixed by Harold (no brands specified).

Hairstylist Renato Campora styled the actress’ hair in a deep side part using the Jillian Dempsey RoomieHair Pomade to create definition and to tame flyaways.

Laura‘s nails were almond shaped, painted with a thin layer of milky nail polish that subtly covered her French manicure.

Enjoy some behind-the-scenes videos by scrolling further.

@renatocampora The stunning @laura harrier in #saintlaurent #venicefilmfestival #hairbyrenatocampora @Anthony Vaccarello @SAINT LAURENT @daniellegoldberg ♬ original sound – Renato Campora
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