Venice vs. TIFF fashion showdown, Madonna edition
Her Royal Majesty the Queen of Pop—that’s right, ladies and gentlemen, Madonna—screened her second directorial feature at both the Venice and Toronto film festivals this year, and, of course, walked the red carpet at each one. Her film, W.E., goes back and forth in time, exploring a pair of relationships: Wallis Simpson and Prince Edward VIII’s affair in wartime England and a contemporary romance between a married woman and a Russian-American security guard. While the movie juxtaposes the two love stories, we’d rather juxtapose Madonna’s outfit choices. Madge was black-tie ready in Venice with a custom-made floor-length grey gown covered in red butterflies by Italian designer Vionnet. In Toronto, Madonna went with a classic but much more pared-down look: a black Tom Ford dress with lace overlay (offset by her dramatic red lips). For our part, we prefer her ensemble for the Toronto screening: clean lines and a lack of insects just works. What do you think?
(Images: Madonna at Venice—Ian Gavan/ Getty Images Entertainment/ Getty Images; Madonna at TIFF—Christopher Drost)
7 thoughts on “Venice vs. TIFF fashion showdown, Madonna edition”
She’s creepy either way
not creeper than you! anyway Toronto!
She looks bad in both. Why the puffy face?
anyone else think that with her face lift, botox and injectibles she looks a lot like Debbie Harry/Michelle Phillips??? It’s starting to enter Melanie Griffith syringe territory…
It’s hard enough for a woman to age, never mind being in the public eye.
She looks great in both…although I like the gray dress better.
I love that grey gown, very elegant.
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