She unveiled her spectacular new yellow crop on Tuesday.
And Tilda Swinton continued to show off her striking locks as she donned a dramatic black dress at the premiere of Saint Omer at the Venice Film Festival on Wednesday.
The actress, 61, looked effortlessly chic in the loose dress as she joined a slew of stars on the red carpet.
Elegant: Tilda Swinton, 61, strikes an elegant figure in a dramatic black gown as she graced the red carpet at the premiere of Saint Omer during the Venice Film Festival on Wednesday
The fashionable dress boasted a high neck and long open sleeves that were attached to silver bracelets and blew in the wind.
Slipping her feet into sleek boots with metallic straps, the Oscar winner posed like a storm on the red carpet.
Parting her freshly dyed hair to one side, the actress opted for a simple makeup look that added a pop of color with a bright red lip.
Fashionable: The dress sported a high neckline and long open sleeves that were attached to silver bangles and fluttered in the wind.
Pose: Slipping her feet into sleek metallic-strap boots, the Oscar winner posed like a storm on the red carpet
The French film is inspired by a true story of a mother who killed her baby by leaving her on the beach.
The official synopsis reads: ‘Saint-Omer court of justice. The young novelist Rama attends the trial of Laurence Coly, a young woman accused of killing her 15-month-old daughter by abandoning her at high tide on a beach in northern France.
“But as the trial progresses, the words of the accused and the testimonies of witnesses will shake Rama’s convictions and call our own judgment into question.”
Gorgeous: Parting her newly dyed hair to one side, the actress opted for a simple makeup look adding a pop of color with a bright red lip
Beaming: Tilda appeared in high spirits as she walked the red carpet
Director Alice Diop said: “In June 2016, I attended the trial of a woman who killed her young daughter by leaving her on a beach in France at high tide.”
‘I imagined that I wanted to offer the ‘sea’ a ‘mother’ more powerful than she could possibly be. Inspired by a true story, but fueled by an imagination that invoked mythological figures.’
‘I wrote this film: the story of a young novelist who attends the trial of an infanticidal mother in order to write a contemporary version of the Medea myth.’
Fans: The Oscar winner posed with fans for selfies before heading to the fancy event
Wowza: The Movie director Alice Diop turned heads in a bright fuchsia ensemble with a loose overshirt.
Stunning: Model Antonella Salvucci slipped into a figure-hugging beaded white gown
Big screen: The French film is inspired by a true story of a mother who killed her baby by leaving her on the beach
But nothing will happen as she had planned. The defendant’s opacity will constantly return her to her own ambiguity about her motherhood. It is a film that she wanted to make to probe the unspeakable mystery of mothers.
Attracting the biggest stars is held annually on the island of Lido in the Venetian Lagoon. With film screenings in the historic Palazzo del Cinema on the Lungomare Marconi.
Julianne Moore is this year’s jury president, a function in which the star will bestow the event’s highest honor, which is the Golden Lion Award for Best Film, as well as other official gongs throughout the festival.
Stars: The stars of the film pose for the cameras (L-R) Kayije Kagame, director Alice, actress Guslagie Malanda and Aurelia Petit
Goddess: Influencer Fabiola Baglieri looked stunning in a flowy gray gown and even topped off her lipstick while on the red carpet
Friends: The film’s stars Guslagie Malanda (L) and Kayije Kagame (R) snuggled up in front of the cameras.
Other members of this year’s jury are Argentine director Mariano Cohn, British author Kazuo Ishiguro and Iranian actress Leila Hatami.
Brendan Fraser’s heartwarming drama The Whale, in which he plays an obese professor, will also compete alongside films starring Cate Blanchett, Hugh Jackman and Colin Farrell.
Regarding the poster for the director of the event, Alberto Barbera said: ‘The program is more varied than usual, placing established filmmakers alongside directors in search of confirmation and, above all, new talents aspiring to international recognition.’
But what still prevails is the feeling that “Cinema still wants to try to explore ways of thinking, big themes and big questions, the deep relationships that bind people, the power of feelings and memory and the ability to push the look”. beyond the horizon of the present.”
Cast and crew: (L-R) Christophe Barral, Amrita David, Claire Mathon, Kayije Kagame, Guslagie Malanda, Auriclia Petit, director Alice Diop, Marie NDiaye, Xavier Maly and Toufik Ayadi