The 'Don't Worry Darling' Cast Showed Up in Dramatic Fashion at the Venice Film Festival

In more ways than one.

cast of Don't Worry Darling at the 2022 Venice Film Festival
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The 79th annual Venice International Film Festival brought well-dressed celebrities from distant locales (like Calabasas and even as far away as Malibu) last week to the Italian city for a week of film premieres, parties, and red-carpet fashion. And while cinephiles (namely me) were rooting for Brendan Fraser's well-deserved comeback role in Darren Aronofsky's The Whale, all eyes were on the cast of Don't Worry Darling — and for good reason.

The film has not been without controversy – and it largely seemed to be losing steam until yesterday's Venice Film Festival press in which castmates Gemma Chan, Olivia Wilde, Chris Pine, and Harry Styles attended dressed in their red carpet best. Florence Pugh, who was scheduled to miss the event as her flight wouldn't land in time from Budapest, also surprised fans with an appearance (Aperol Spritz in hand), sauntering into the city wearing a relaxed purple three-piece from Valentino and launching a million "Miss Flo" memes in the process.

There was plenty of speculation in the air with rumored couple Styles and Wilde sitting noticeably far apart (they continued to do so, even at the screening of the film) and a Twitter-fueled spitting controversy between Styles and Pine (an event which both parties have since denied), which left plenty of people confused and wanting more. At any rate, though it may not have been the main character last night, the fashion did not disappoint.

Ahead, see all the cast looks from the premiere of Don't Worry Darling.

Harry Styles

Harry Styles Wearing Gucci Cream suit at the Venice Don't Worry Darling Premiere
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Harry Styles, as he's often wont to do, kept things loose, with a head-to-toe Gucci look for his arrival to the event. A gorgeous baby blue silk scarf tied around his neck, a relaxed cream pinstripe blazer, 70s flares, and a fitted wife pleaser.

Harry Styles Wearing 70s-inspired Gucci blue suit at the Venice Film Festival
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On the red carpet, the As It Was crooner kept up the '70s theme in another Gucci ensemble — this time with a larger-than-life collar, oversized sunglasses, a navy double-breasted blazer, and another set of flared trousers

Olivia Wilde

Olivia Wilde wearing green matching set at the Venice Film Festival
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Don't Worry Darling Director Olivia Wilde arrived with the wind in her hair and a stylish emerald green two-piece from Chanel, her stylist Karla Welch helping keep her cool for those unpredictable Italian weather changes.

Olivia Wilde in yellow Gucci dress at the Don't Worry Darling premiere in Venice
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Later in the evening, on the red carpet, Wilde was a ray of sunshine in a blinged out, flowing canary yellow dress from Gucci. Turns out she and her man have similar taste when it comes to fashion.

Chris Pine

Chris Pine wearing Giuliva Heritage at the Venice Film Festival
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Chris Pine – my personal favorite Hollywood Chris – looked regal in red wide leg trousers, a perfectly tailored navy double-breasted blazer, a posh pocket poof, and a relaxed cream blouse — a full look from Giuliva Heritage. As per usual, the outfit was pure '70s nostalgia, and if there's anything I've been shouting from the rooftops, it's that the 70's are back baby!

Chris Pine at the Venice Film Festival
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I mean just look at him! This is the face of a man without a care in the world, he is not worrying darling!

Chris Pine at the Don't Worry Darling Venice Red Carpet wearing brown suit jacket
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On the red carpet, Pine donned a muted, neutral linen Ralph Lauren look in a dark umber jacket (which he later removed to snap photos of co-star Pugh) and matching bowtie, with cream linen trousers.

Florence Pugh

Florence Pugh wearing purple valentino shorts and shirt at the Venice Film Festival
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There's a reason it's called "fashionably late," and Florence Pugh – fresh off a flight — looked exactly that in a gorgeous, gem toned three-piece from Valentino, matching purple heels, and a spring in her step for good measure.

Florence Pugh wearing black sheer Valentino dress to the Venice Film Festival
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Moments later — with the help of stylist Rebecca Corbin-Murray — Pugh stole the show and wowed the red carpet onlookers (and celebrities alike) in a dazzling sheer Valentino ensemble, with gorgeous feather details at the ankle. Pugh was absolutely glowing, giving Old Hollywood glamour.

Gemma Chan

Gemma Chan arriving to the Venice Film Festival
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At the photocall, Gemma Chan brought the edge in a sharp, structured gold lamé pant and ruffled top, both by Louis Vuitton

"Don't Worry Darling" Red Carpet - 79th Venice International Film Festival

On the red carpet later on, Chan continued the metallic mood with another elegant look from Louis Vuitton in the form of a silver cross-neck halter dress, reminiscent of the '70s disco era

While the actual film release isn't for another two weeks, that doesn't mean we can't spend our time drooling over these luxurious looks.

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