I have a couple more wishes for the 2018 Berlin International Film Festival before I take a quick break to talk about some other red carpets and then return with a few final wishes for this years festival. I think I am more excited about this years Berlin Film Festival because I think that there are more stars in the films that are screening this year than ever before. I feel like we are in for some really great moments this year. Italian actress Alba Rohrwacher will be presenting her latest film Daughter of Mine at this years festival. When it comes down to it I can’t say that Alba is one of the greatest style stars, but she has been dressed by the likes of Valentino, Prada, Miu Miu, Schiaparelli, and Louis Vuitton in the past so I feel like she is definitely one to watch. For the films photocall I went to the Chloé Pre-Fall 2018 collection and this ensemble which features a burnt orange paisley corduroy blazer, white ruffled lace bodice, and a pair of cognac brown flared ankle length pants. I definitely think that this look is within Alba’s more laid back sense of style and that she would wear it with minimal makeup, air dried curls, and a pair of bronze Chloé ‘Lexi’ low chunky heel ankle boots. It was easy for me to pick a gown for Alba to wear for the red carpet premiere for the film. I knew I wanted two V’s: Valentino and velvet. This long sleeve rust red velvet and beige lace Valentino Fall 2017 Couture a-line gown is definitely a shape that Alba likes to rock on the red carpet. I feel like many would want to take this gown and turn it into a real high glam regal moment, but I think that Alba would take this gown in a much more bohemian direction. Keeping the barely there makeup and loose curls from the photocall I would add a pair of dark red Valentino ‘Rockstud’ sandals to ensure that this is a beautiful moment for Alba on this red carpet. When she first came onto the scene I was very up and down with Claire Foy, but over the 2017 fall festival season and awards season so far this year I have to say I have been coming round to her style more and more. She did a great job opening the London Film Festival last year wearing custom Gucci and I am really interested in seeing what she will bring to the Berlinale red carpet when she presents her newest film Unsane. I thought that this blue striped menswear inspired Stella McCartney Pre-Fall 2018 structured jumpsuit which features oversized sleeves, a paper bag ribbon belted waist, and cropped ankle length pants would be a really great look for Claire to rock for the photocall for Unsane. It is a very chic moment that I think with styled with a loose hairstyle, simple makeup except for a red lip, and a pair of silver lizard leather Stuart Weitzman ‘Backup’ sandals that it would just be elevated even further. For the premiere I went to much a really classic Chanel look with this black lace Spring 2018 Couture gown which features cap sleeves, a v-neck, crystal button details, a tiered skirt, and a high low hem. I feel like classics are where Claire should go when it comes to her big red carpet moments. She isn’t one I would pick a big ballgowns or avant garde styles for, they just don’t suit her personality. I would add a pair of black glitter Jimmy Choo ‘Temple’ ankle wrap, mule style pumps, a sleek hairstyle, defined eyes, a red lip, and a pair of simple black and white diamond Chanel Fine Jewelry drop earrings to ensure this look is head to toe perfection. Joining Claire to promote Unsane at the Berlin Film Festival will be co-star Juno Temple. I love the quirky style that Juno has and I am very interested in seeing what she will being to the red carpets at her first Berlin Film Festival. I decided to keep her in Dior for both the films photocall and premiere. I think that this black and gold lurex Christian Dior Pre-Fall 2018 long sleeve skater dress which features a high neck and a pleated skirt is a chic moment, but the sparkly fabric really does up the level of this rather simple dress. I would have loose waves, a defined eye, nude lip, keep the lace tights, and add a pair of black Nicolas Kirkwood ‘Annabel’ pearl detail sandals to really make this a very cute moment for a photocall. For the premiere I went to a mix of bohemian elegance and classic glamour with this black Christian Dior Spring 2017 Couture ball gown which features a sheer tulle skirt layered over a nude pressed floral embellished skirt, thick straps, and a solid bust. I definitely think that this gown speaks to that more quirky and bohemian side of Juno’s style. I would finish this red carpet moment with a loose romantic updo, smokey eye, rose pink lips, and a pair of gold studded black Sophia Webster ‘Butterfly’ sandals to really ensure that this is one of Juno’s best red carpet moments ever. I hadn’t hear of The Bookshop ahead of Emily Mortimer’s nomination for a GOYA Award, so when I saw the film was added to the official selection of the 2018 Berlin International Film Festival I knew that the promotional efforts for the film were still to come. I don’t know a whole lot about Emily’s style except that she has attended a few Chanel sponsored events in the past, so I decided to turn to the brand for one of her looks for Berlinale. I think that for the photocall for The Bookshop that Emily would look really chic wearing this Chanel Pre-Fall 2018 ensemble which features a white sleeveless draped sailor blouse and an a-line gold tweed skirt. This is a chic moment for a photocall and I think coming off the GOYA Awards that it would just keep Emily’s style going on top form. Pair it with a sleek ponytail, defined eye, pink lips, and a pair of bronze Manolo Blahnik ‘Lisa’ pumps to ensure its a chic photocall moment. For the premiere I went to Chanel’s competition and this really bold yet simple red Christian Dior Spring 2018 Couture gown which features an off the shoulder neckline, long sleeves, and an a-line pleated skirt. I do think that this gown is a very chic moment that is made into a really bold style thanks to the rich red color. I would change up her styling adding a romantic updo, red lip, smokey eye, and a pair of red Paul Andrew pointed toe sling back pumps to really let this gown be total perfection. Finishing out today is the beautiful Rosamund Pike who will be presenting her film 7 Days in Entebbe at this years edition. I love Rosamund and her style. She almost always comes across as regal and statuesque every time that she steps onto the red carpet and I am really interested in seeing what she will wear on the red carpets at her first Berlin Film Festival. Usually we see couture in the daylight saved for the Cannes Film Festival photocalls, but I am trying to up the game of the glamour at Berlinale by wearing this black Christian Dior Spring 2018 Couture ensemble which features sheer tuxedo inspired blouse and a side draped skirt for Rosamund to wear for the 7 Days in Entebbe photocall. I would swap the yellowish nude bra with a black camisole tucked into the skirt because I am over bared bras on the red carpet, no j’adior logo straps either. A sleek bun, defined eye, rose pink lips, and black Nicolas Kirkwood ‘Penelope Pearl’ crisscross sandals all would really ensure that this is a perfectly elevated couture moment. For the premiere I stuck with the idea of regal glamour choosing this this ivory Valentino Spring 2018 Couture sleeveless ball gown which features a beautiful black and pink watercolor print. Print on a film festival red carpet is often read as more of a casual thing, but I definitely think that on Rosamund that this gown would be nothing except high glamour. Keeping that sleek bun and defined eyes adding a pink lip that matches the print on the gown, a pair of flamingo pink Jimmy Choo ‘Lang’ sandals, and a pair of Van Cleef & Arpels diamond ear clip earrings would all ensure that Rosamund owns the red carpet at the Berlin Film Festival.