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Malaga Festival: the most outstanding looks of the closing gala

Malaga Festival: the most outstanding looks of the closing gala

Juana Acosta in an Oscar de la Renta jumpsuit at the Malaga Film Festival

Since the 24th Malaga Film Festival rolled out its red carpet on June 3, Spanish cinema has shown that it has a lot to offer, as well in terms of fashion. And it is that, this year more than ever, the actresses have paid special attention to the choice of their looks, these being an unquestionable part of the trends of the moment. Trends that range from the most daring necklines, through black and white as firm protagonists and even high-impact sequins. That without counting on the applauded display of Spanish firms in harmony with other internationally recognized ones. Still marked by the necessary sanitary measures, the Malaga Festival once again gives off glamor with each premiere and here we review the best looks from its beginning to the closing gala.

Juana Acosta and the substitute for the black dress

To end a week of amazing looks and red carpets, Juana Acosta chose what promises to become the most current substitute for black dresses: a fitted jumpsuit with rhinestone details on the upper part. A design by Oscar de la Renta that the actress combined with strappy sandals and a thin heel in the same color. To finish off her styling, Gabriel Llano, responsible for her makeup (for Guerlain) and hairdressing, tried to find "an elegant and classic look, but with a more rock air with her curly natural hair." Thus, she focused on highlighting the look using a black eyeliner that she blended with the Mad Eyes Contrast Eye Shadow Duo stick shadow in the Gray tone and a good amount of mascara.

Dafne Fernández in a pink dress and lime green shoes

The color combo of Dafne Fernández

If in her first appearance on the red carpet the actress wore an aquamarine green Pertegaz design, for the closing of the Festival returned to bet everything on color. On this occasion, she wore a flowing pink dress with puffed sleeves, a marked waist and asymmetrical hem, which she combined with some lime green suede pumps, her model I Love Vivier by Roger Vivier. A winning combination that was finished off with lips to match the dress and a very natural hairstyle with waves and a side parting.

Cristina Castaño in a white dress and cut-outs

Cristina Castaño in a wedding dress

Although the real wedding dress was worn by María Castro, the truth is that the design chosen by Cristina Castaño it could well have fulfilled that same role. Straight cut and with openings on the sides, her design by Inés Martín Alcalde made her one of the best dressed of the evening. For the footwear, she opted for the Love shoes, by Jimmy Choo, in keeping with the dress. Barcena's jewelry and makeup by Natalia Belda for Guerlain with red lips as the main protagonists, put the final touch on the look. "With Cristina Castaño we wanted to create a classic beauty look featuring aubergine tones in the eyes, luminous skin and a red mouth," says the makeup artist.

Marta Nieto in a ruffled tulle dress at the Malaga Film Festival

Marta Nieto, an ode to ruffles

Marta Nieto added a touch of romanticism with this ruffled dress made in a delicate tulle fabric with transparencies, the work of Marchesa, which was finished off with a black belt with a bow, a cylindrical clutch and high-heeled sandals tied at the ankle in the same tone, by Roger Vivier. Her beauty styling, the work of Vicky Marcos for Armani Beauty, focused on enhancing the luminosity of the skin by highlighting and broadening the look, which they achieved by applying the Smooth silk eye pencil-12 eyeliner from the middle of the upper eyelid outwards .

Ana Fernández in a dress by Atelier Fernando Claro

The return of the corset, by Ana Fernández

Seen in a large number of outfits throughout the Malaga Film Festival, the corset returned to confirm his return through the look of Ana Fernández. A design by Atelier Fernando Claro, which broke with the rest of the models due to the choice of colours, a combination of nude and silver that she enhanced with Chaumet jewels in the same tone. To make her look "like a rock princess," Gabriel Llano (for Guerlain) created makeup with brown smoky eyes and raspberry lips, and a side-braided, side-wavy hairstyle.

María Casado

María Casado, discreet elegance

María Casado has opted for discretion and simplicity with the flattering TD style 136 from the Pronovias The Party Edit collection. It is a chiffon dress with a pleated skirt, halter neckline and a spectacular crossed back, which adds a sensual addition to the stone-colored design. Along the same lines, she has dispensed with flashy accessories or large jewels in favor of highlighting the flattering figure that her dress makes.

Nerea Barros in a black and white dress by Nina Ricci

Nerea Barros and her tricky dress

Signed by Nina Ricci, the dress chosen by Nerea Barros had a central structure in black, more fitted, which refined its silhouette, while two layers of white tulle with a flower print appeared on both sides of the garment that added extra originality and movement. A garment that the actress combined with Suárez jewelry and makeup focused on highlighting the look, the work of Davil Bello for Chanel Beauty, with double eyeliner, juicy lips and an oval marked with powder to bring warmth to her face. The hair, collected in a polished high bun, only gave all the prominence to the main garment.

Eva Ugarte with a black minidress at the Malaga Film Festival

Eva Ugarte and the most timeless black minidress

Beyond trends, there are garments and styles that last over time and They are always a success, like the black dresses in a mini version. Precisely, Eva Ugarte resorted to a piece of these characteristics, the work of Redondo Brand, which she combined with golden pumps by Pura López, Messika jewelery in the same tone. Like Marta Nieto, she tied her long hair into a polished high bun and David Bello (for Chanel) created cat-eye makeup that reaffirmed the rock and groundbreaking style of her look.

Noemí Ruiz in a white dress by Rafael Urquizar Couture

Noemí Ruiz's gala dress

Following in the wake of the wedding dresses that seem to have marked the 24th edition of the Malaga Festival, Noemí Ruiz chose a white dress by Rafael Urquizar Couture with beaded details, a train and a false neckline, which she combined with shoes by Mascaró and jewelry by Martina Dorta. Her low chignon, also polished, was the work of Moyses Utrera, and her makeup with burgundy lips emphasized the elegance of her design.

Ana Turpin in a white satin suit by Amateur

Ana Turpin, all dressed up

If during the afternoon the actress opted for a set of pants and a bullfighter-style jacket, for the closing gala she returned to reaffirm their passion for jacket suits with this design from Amateur Spain. A three-piece with a satin finish made up of wide-legged pants, a top and a jacket, in the most summery combination of white and pink. At the feet, beige Hispanitas sandals completed the outfit.

Angela Cremonte in a white blazer and tulle pants

Ángela Cremonte's false blazer dress

But, if we talk about reinventing the traditional jacket suit, Ángela Cremonte emerged as the big winner with this ensemble by Inés Martín Alcalde. A two-piece made up of a white blazer reminiscent of Kate Middleton's dress, and semi-transparent tulle pants, which created the false effect of a blazer-type minidress. White strappy sandals by Pura López and Barcena jewelry completed her outfit.

Elena Sánchez in a black and white dress by Temperley London

Elena Sánchez's halter neck

As far as necklines are concerned, the halter neck is one of the most successful for weddings and events due to the way it slims the shoulders and balances the volumes, drawing attention to the chest area. Perhaps that has been the reason why Elena Sánchez has opted for this slightly oversized straight-cut design, from Temperley London. A design that has been combined with Bulgari jewelry and a very simple beauty look with a high ponytail and red lips, the work of Pedro Cedeño for Dior Makeup.

Milena Smit in a black dress with see-through views by Givenchy

Milena Smit's see-through dresses

Once again, Milena Smit has given the groundbreaking touch with this see-through design by Givenchy, in color black with fringe detail and rhinestones. A tone that blended with her hair, which fell loosely on her shoulders. The makeup, the work of Rebeca Trillo-Figueroa for Givenchy Beauty, focused on providing as much luminosity as possible with nude lips and eyeliner on the upper eyelid that broadened the look.

Dafne Fernández in an aquamarine blue dress

Dafne Fernández, the most trendy green

Malaga Festival: the most outstanding looks of the closing gala

Galusing full knowledge of the latest trends, Dafne Fernández attended the presentation of Las Consecuencias wearing an aquamarine green shift dress, cape-style sleeves and an asymmetric hem with fringe detail that imitated the effect of a shawl. A very simple and special garment that she completed with strappy sandals with beaded detail (Vivier Blossom model by Roger Vivier) and hoop earrings with small pendants, as well as other jewels from Messika Paris. Her hair, combed straight behind her ears and parted in the middle, fell straight down her back.

Juana Acosta with a set of sequin skirt and leopard jumper by Dior

Juana Acosta, the best combination of leopard and sequins

Juana Acosta's tour of the different red carpets and presentations promises make her one of the best dressed at the event. After conquering the critics with her most impeccable sailor outfit, the actress broke the mold again during the night with this Dior outfit made up of a sequined midi skirt and a leopard print knit jumper, in a powerful combination of black and fuchsia pink. A beret-style headdress with a mesh detail and Jimmy Choo pumps, both in black, completed the look. As for the makeup, the work of Gabriel Llano for Guerlain, it was one of the most daring of the night thanks to the double eyeliner. “By outlining the entire eye, including the entire tear duct, and slightly lengthening the corner at the meeting point of both lines, the look is elongated and acquires an exotic and mysterious air”, explains the makeup artist.

Marta Nieto in a black dress at the Malaga Film Festival

Marta Nieto, all in black

The actress showed that betting on black is always a success thanks to this total look at the more elegant colour. With a corset-type bodice dress, sash at the waist and a flared skirt just above the knees, she completed the outfit with matching pumps with cut-out details, a handbag with a gold handle, a gold rivière necklace white with brilliant-cut diamonds, from Rabat, and jewels from Del Páramo Vintage Joyas. The hairstyle, a tousled low bun, and eye-focused makeup were the work of Vicky Marcos for Armani Beauty.

Ana Turpin with wide pants and a black bolero at the Malaga Film Festival

Ana Turpin and the return of the bolero

Although many brands and fashion experts had predicted her return, Ana Turpin defended the reign of bullfighter jackets with this look by Amateur Spain. A two-piece set consisting of a waist-length black blazer-style jacket and wide-legged white pants with a discreet pinstripe print. Beige Hispanitas sandals and a gold bracelet completed the outfit, which she finished off with very simple makeup focused on the eyes and a loose hairstyle with marked waves at the ends.


Marina Campos, the most suggestive corset

From Tamara Falcó to Sara Carbonero, there have been several celebrities who have opted for corset-style tops. A trend that Marina Campos has transferred to the red carpet of the Malaga Film Festival thanks to this black dress with a semi-transparent corset bodice (decorated by various flowers), a belt and a voluminous tulle skirt, the work of Zoraida Cases. At the feet, golden sandals with a small platform and ankle strap, by Mariela Madrid, as well as Ingràvita jewels in the same tone, completed the look.

Juana Acosta

Juana Acosta, a la marinière

The Colombian attended the screening of her new film Las Consecuencias with a style that is far from coincidental. The synchronization between fashion and the environment is palpable, as she poses in front of the port in a Miu Miu outfit made up of a short t-shirt with sailor stripes with an anchor motif and a long pleated skirt in the same tone, with a sailor hem. She accessorized with white strappy sandals. Her makeup, courtesy of Guerlain, consisted of a luminous, bronzed finish topped by red lips.

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Chacha Huang

Chacha Huang in 'Roaring Twenties' fashion

She chose a Teresa Helbig dress to be a guest at the presentation of The World Is Yours. Vol 2, which does not yet have a release date. It is an asymmetrical skirt model, with ruffles and pearl chains on the neckline, shoulders and back, inspired by the roaring twenties. It is part of the Wunderkammer collection, the same one to which the 'fantasy' dress that Cayetana Rivera wore to the wedding of the Counts of Osorno belongs.

Ester Expósito at the Malaga Festival

Ester Expósito, the woman in red

The actress from Madrid bet everything on red and added a touch of originality by opting for a two-piece by Oscar de la Renta made up of a cropped top and matching evasé skirt with die-cut floral details. She accompanied him with minimalist ankle strap sandals from Femme and Bvlgari jewelry, a firm for which she is an ambassador: two rings from the Fiorever collection in pink gold with round diamonds and earrings from the same line. She left her long blonde hair loose and completed with a flattering makeup in which her velvety lips stood out in tune with the style.

Begoña Vargas
and belt-jewel. A creation by Andrew GN that she accompanied by Jimmy Choo pumps (Anouk model in suede) and Bvlgari jewelry. As makeup, he relied on the work of Paula Soroa for Guerlain. While the skin appears very natural, as do the lips -semi-transparent and shiny-, it is the eyes that capture all the attention with a smoky eye in bronze tones.

Paz Vega and Ava Salazar Málaga Festival

Paz Vega and Ava Salazar, together on the red carpet

One of the great moments of this Málaga Festival has been seeing Paz Vega pose with his daughter, Ava Salazar. Both share a leading role in the film La casa del snail and have wanted to coordinate their image through designs with raised details and neutral tones. While Ava opted for a shirt with floral details and white straight pants, which she coordinated with ballerinas with a floral motif on the instep (Joanna model -199 euros-, from Pretty Ballerinas), her mother opted for a total look in black after choosing an elegant design from The IQ Collection for your daytime events. Specifically, she wore a tailor-made outfit, made up of a strapless taffeta top with ruffles, mikado pants with darts and a patent leather belt, from The 2nd Skin Co. She finished her look with Elsa Peretti jewelry for Tiffany & Co.: High Tide XL earrings in gold and Wave bracelets and rings in gold with diamonds.

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Stephanie Cayo, pure seduction

The Peruvian actress and model attended the presentation of the film El sustituto wearing a green dress with a low neckline on the back, by Juanjo Oliva, that she accompanied by Christian Louboutin sandals-jewel and a red bag with a chain on her shoulder. She finished off her look with jewelry from Rabat.

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Noemí Ruiz and her game of volumes

For the premiere of El sustituto, Noemí Ruiz opted for a striking white minidress with large draped volumes and methacrylate details reproducing the silhouette of various animals, by Yvan Andreu. She accompanied him with transparent sandals with teddy detail at the ankle, from Excelsus; and gold Medusa earrings, by Mía Bruns.

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VIcky Later, a look with 'scales'

At the premiere of El sustituto, Vicky Luengo opted for a midi dress in neutral tones that recreated a 'scale' effect all over the body, by Carolina Herrera. She accessorized it with a strappy sandal, by Stuart Weitzman; and Twisted Wave asymmetric earrings and ring from the Messika by Kate Moss High Jewelery collection.

Andrea Duro
Kors Collection. She accompanied him with Pandora jewelry.

Verónica Echegui
Dior's Fall 2021 collection. She accompanies it with a black Lady Dior bag and strappy sandals.

Verónica Echegui
that mixed different shades of yellow in a patchwork finish. As a nod to spring, she carried a clutch with a vibrant foral print in her hands. And, to complete her look, she wore silver vermeil hoop earrings, the Duna Tube model by Tous (99 79 euros). Her iridescent turquoise eye makeup with a luminous finish, created by Pedro Cedeño for Dior, evokes summer scenes in relation to the intense yellow of the dress.

Noemí Ruiz
figure and simulate a wasp waist effect. A creation by Rafael Urquizar that was accompanied by handmade jewelery by Martina Dorta.

Laia Manzanares

Laia Manzanares, the most urban one

With a punk wink, she distanced herself from the most classic dress code to step on the red carpet. Specifically, she wore a mini design with a tartan print, by Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini; that she accompanied by jewelry from Vidal & Vidal and boots by Luís Onofre, a shoemaker who has joined the dressing rooms of Doña Letizia, Tamara Falcó and Beyoncé.

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day with the most important trends in Parisian couture. The design in question is a white dress with a pronounced 'V' neckline and contrasting black trims. A hit at any time of the year.

: A draping, Grecian-inspired asymmetrical design that sparkled with the most vibrant fuchsia pink. As for the beauty, she gave all the prominence to said dress thanks to a low and polished ponytail.

Andrea Duro Festival de Málaga

Andrea Duro, queen of hearts

For the red carpet, Andrea Duro got rid of the initial total black in favor of the most flattering red. Color that was worn in the form of a minidress with XL lantern sleeves and a tight structure. On her feet, a pair of very fine and golden sandals, from Jimmy Choo and as for the jewels, subtle rings and earrings, from Pandora.


Natalia Verbeke: diva in the 20s style

That is what the overall look conveyed, perfectly achieved thanks to the aesthetic union of styling with makeup and hairdressing. Natalia Verbeke opted for an intense lipstick by Chanel and classic black eyeliner for the asymmetrical and tight-fitting nude-colored dress. As for her hair, she asked for retro-style waves with a side part and main bangs. The accessories, shoes and handbag, came from Jimmy Choo, and its jewels, the My Twin earcuff in yellow gold and an XXL Lucky Move ring in turquoise, by Messika.


Candela Peña and the most spectacular 'made in Spain'

The actress has set out to leave no one indifferent in this edition and she has succeeded. For the red carpet in the afternoon, Candela Peña has left all attendees speechless thanks to a fuchsia two-piece signed by Redondo Brand. As the firm tells us, it is a blouse made of more than 10 meters of silk fat, paired with moiré taffeta pants with a front opening. As for the jewellery, the Spanish actress opted for a white gold ring with baguette diamonds and an earcuff with a riviere, also made of diamonds, from Rabat. Her makeup, in complete harmony with the rest of the outfit, consisted of a tanned skin finish with fluorine eyeliner and pink sparkles on her cheekbones and lips, made by Iván Gómez for Chanel.

Metallic, with a pronounced shirt-style neckline and side slit, Stephanie has put the finishing touch on the ensemble with a graphic eyeliner loaded with glitter, the work of Guerlain. As footwear, he wears Jimmy Choo sandals.


Macarena García, the best dressed of the night

This is how the actress arrived on the red carpet as the protagonist of Paraíso, the new Movistar+ series: with what is already one of the dresses most applauded of the night, the year and many of the past editions. The design in question is a dress with the very trendy cut out as the protagonist, which divides the piece into two: a pleated synthetic leather top and, from the waist, an impressive white skirt, also pleated. To accompany the styling, Macarena García chose a low but polished updo and a beauty based on smoked colors in cold tones signed by Ivan Gómez for Chanel.


Natalia Verbeke

During the day, the actress has opted for the two-piece that never fails: a pastel pink suit with an executive cut but slightly oversized. In combination, a white bodysuit and a high ponytail.

. Polka dots that adorn her sleeveless shirt, with a black belt and companion shorts from Dior's Fall 2021 collection. As for the shoes, Ana Polvorosa has put the special finishing touch with some jewel pumps, from Jimmy Choo.


Candelas Peñas or how to recycle a swimsuit

The actress attended the premiere of Maricón Perdido wearing a pink swimsuit by the Spanish designer Victoria Cimadevilla, combined with white shorts signed by Alice Wheel. On her feet, sandals with transparent straps and a raffia platform. In addition, the actress has combined the swimsuit with XL glasses with a 60's air.

beige color and flowy, high-waisted white palazzo pants. She completes her outfit with Jimmy Choo sandals.


Natalia de Molina and the most unexpected look

Although this will not surprise fans of the actress, who has a very original, Natalia de Molina once again left everyone speechless last night. The reason? A trapper-style look, signed by Dsquared2, made up of white cargo pants, a black strapless top and matching flip-flops style sandals. The glam touch was provided by the jewels: the Move Romance ring and creoles, by Messika, and a pearl necklace, including a precious stone.

The protagonist? A pretty lilac dress with ruffles, wrapped closure and midi cut signed by Dolores Promises. For decoration, some subtle and minimalist jewels from, also Spanish, Uno de 50. On her feet, the actress opted for classic metallic sandals and her makeup, in purple tones, was consistent with the most applauded design.


Macarena García and the most coveted 'made in Spain'

During the day, the actress stuck to more casual codes and did so by betting on a two Roman-style pieces signed by Gala González from her brand Amlul. The design in question, also one of the most critically acclaimed, consists of a tight-fitting top but slightly open at the top and a skirt with a drop and slit in the same tone. The 'made in Spain' triumphs on the red carpet in Malaga. As footwear, she wears Jimmy Choo sandals.


Natalia de Molina, British 'chunky' style

A few hours before the previous style milestone occurred, the actress posed like this during the day: with another look that could not leave anyone indifferent either, and signed by Stella McCartney. On that occasion, Natalia de Molina dared with a top full of openings and cross straps combined with slouchy cut pants. The accessories also make a difference, with the shoes being a pair of black sneakers and the Givenchy 2000s-style glasses the main protagonists of the beauty look.

This is how Elena Ballesteros conceives it who, in absolute contrast to her colleagues, inspired a fresh preppy air thanks to her midi dress with a low ruffle and a pair of orange suede sandals.

The actress has arrived at the premiere in style, with an impressive dress with pink paillettes signed by Rubén Hernández Costura. This design is accompanied by a black belt to match the handbag, by Magrit. Signature to which his shoes also belong.

Sarah Perles
tricot with an off-the-shoulder neckline together with a tulle maxi skirt with a two-tone polka dot print with a wide opening, which allowed her to show off her leg. She has combined it with black strappy sandals and a purple suede bag with feathers from the same brand. Her makeup, created by María García for Dior, served the purpose of enhancing her oriental beauty through smoky shadows in bronze tones, finished off with a touch of gold in the center of the eyelid to add shine to the look.


Lucía Jiménez and the ode to transparency

The actress has also relied on a little black dress to attend the red carpet, only, in her case, the version is much more daring. In homage to the 80s-style transparencies, and which are in fashion again this year, Lucía Jiménez shone in this Tot-Hom dress, Jimmy Choo sandals with an ankle bracelet and Aristocrazy jewels.

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