Venice Film Festival Style File: “Mainstream” Star Maya Hawke in Versace

Posted on September 07, 2020

Uma Thurman’s clone-daughter had herself a fine weekend of red carpeting and photo calling in the grand family tradition as her new film played to festival-goers. And in our grand tradition of being kind-hearted types, we’re going to treat her entrance into the international red carpet arena with words of gentle encouragement. We’re not going to be bitches about it, in other words.




But really, why would we be? She clearly knows what she’s doing or has surrounded her self with people who do. This is extremely cute and so perfectly “late summer in Venice” that you’d think it was a costume for a romantic comedy in that exact setting. We’ll admit we’re not super-keen on the design of the sandals, but we do think flat strappies were the right choice for this look. We also don’t think the cutout works all that well, if we’re being honest.


Atelier Versace

This is just great, though. A classic look played as low-key as possible, which would appear to be her preference. We normally don’t love outfits that match a wearer’s skin tone, but given how clean the styling is, we think it works. Having said that, if we were given the option to convince her to make one change, between makeup, mani and jewelry, we’d definitely pick jewelry. Something just a little showier on the wrists, ears or hands.



Style Credits:
First Look: Versace Black Sleeveless Top with Cutout Detailing from the Fall 2020 Collection | Versace Floral Pleated Midi Skirt from the Pre-Fall 2020 Collection | Mejuri Jewelry | Versace ‘Virtus’ Flat Mules
Second Look: Atelier Versace Swarovski Crystal-embroidered Sequin-embellished Mermaid Gown from the Fall 2020 Collection | Mejuri Jewelry | Versace Shoes

Styled by Sarah Slutsky | Hair by Ben Talbott | Makeup by Emma Day


[Photo Credit: Alberto Terenghi/IPA/, Simone Comi/IPA/IPA/,, Courtesy of Versace]

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