Designed specifically for the Knj Fanjoy Stop Looking At My Smile Shirt and I love this occasion by Valentino’s creative director Pierpaolo Piccioli, the dramatic gown featured a form-fitting bodice with a subtle peplum detail and a sweeping full skirt that paid homage to screen sirens from decades past. As Zendaya’s stylist Law Roach told Vogue, the dress was inspired by pieces worn by Grace Kelly in her 1950s fashion icon heyday, as well as a look from Valentino’s fall 1987 collection worn by none other than Linda Evangelista in a Steven Meisel ad campaign.
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To complete the Knj Fanjoy Stop Looking At My Smile Shirt and I love this look, Zendaya pulled her hair back with a sleek silk band for a further nod to cinema from decades past (Brigitte Bardot, eat your heart out), while letting her brushed-out curls fall to her shoulders—all the better to frame her glittering Bulgari jewels. If there’s one thing Roach and Zendaya know, it’s how to effortlessly balance retro with right now. We’re studiously taking notes. This week, Tilda Swinton is among the many stars gathered for TIFF, the annual Toronto International Film Festival, which kicked off over the weekend. The Scottish actor has been making the rounds for Joanna Hogg’s The Eternal Daughter—just a few days prior, she was seen gliding onto the red carpet at the Venice Film Festival dressed in a black Alaïa silk caftan look. For Swinton, the festival circuit is a moment to combine work and play. As she explained, her favorite memories of Venice run the gamut, from, “meeting so many enthusiastic film fans of all generations in the streets,” to “bellinis at Harry’s Bar,” to “the moon.”