Chiara Ferragni Hits the Venice Film Festival in Dior

Chiara Ferragni Hits the Venice Film Festival in Dior

Fashionista | Tyler McCall

The mega-influencer is in town to debut her documentary, “Unposted.”

We may be living in the Golden Age of influencers, but there are few former fashion bloggers who have reached the heights that Chiara Ferragni has. She’s run her own brand to the tune of millions, nabbed celebrity-level endorsement deals and her wedding to Fedez bested a certain Duchess of Sussex in the media impressions game.

We’re guessing those are just a few highlights we’ll see in Ferragni’s upcoming documentary, “Unposted,” which is debuting this week at the Venice Film Festival. While her mega-fans (and, let’s be real, us) eagerly wait for the film, Ferragni has been hitting red carpets all over town wearing Dior designs. It is slightly surprising that the Italian superstar isn’t dressed by an Italian brand for the big occasion, but she does serve as muse for Dior’s Italian creative director, Maria Grazia Chiuri, so close enough.

First up was a classic stepping-off-a-boat photocall, a bleach-blond Fedez in hand, in a pair of leather shorts and a Breton-striped shirt with the occasion-appropriate “J’Adior Venezia.” Her daytime look was accessorized with a swiss-dotted pair of Dior kitten heels and a logo-covered Dior bag. 

Ferragni attended another photocall on Wednesday in a Buffalo-check dress from Dior’s Fall 2019 collection, with a zipper and unfinished hem adding fun design touches to a day dress. This time, Ferragni piled on chunky gold jewelry, a diamond necklace bearing the name of her son Leo and another pair of Dior’s kitten heels, this time with the logo detailing.

We’re not the betting kind, but if we were, we’d guess there are more Dior looks in store for Ferragni in Venice. Stay tuned.

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