Lily-Rose Depp Slays in a Yellow Chanel Sparkler and Serpent Heels at the Venice Film Festival
Considering the legacy of her mega-famous parents, Lily-Rose Depp (daughter of actor Johnny Depp and French singer-songwriter Vanessa Paradis) has some seriously impressive shoes to fill. But judging by the 17-year-old’s impressive C.V.—she’s already fronted a Chanel campaign and has five acting credits to her name—Depp won’t have much trouble living up to her lineage.
Case in point, Depp appeared poised and confident through her appearances at the Venice Film Festival on Thursday. The budding actress stars alongside Natalie Portman in French film, Planetarium, which debuted tonight at the Italian festival.
Depp stunned at the film’s photocall in a canary yellow-sequined Chanel shift, falling just inches above her knees. The show-stopping frock features layers of white-sequined fringe lining the dress’s body, V-neck collar, and short sleeves. Depp kept her hair off her face during the photo call and added some extra height to her slim frame with a pair of Chanel pumps. The shoes appear simple at first glance, but a close look at the heel reveals a diamond-encrusted serpent wrapping itself around a Chanel logo-emblazoned pearl.
Depp followed up the sunny look with a more evening-appropriate outfit for Planetarium’s Venice debut. The actress donned a black, form-fitting halter dress, embellished with a black and white bow, and delicate folds down the knee-length skirt.
Lily-Rose Depp steps out at premiere of Planetarium on Thursdayin a slim-fitting black halter dress embellished with a black and white bow, and a pair of pearl and serpent-covered Chanel pumps.
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Depp left her blonde waves down for the occasion, slicking her mane to one side for a classic Hollywood ‘do. Staying in the classic vein of her ensemble, Depp wore the same Chanel heels as earlier, rocked a spot-on smoky eye, and accessorized with a diamond bangle and a large pair of diamond studs.
VIDEO: Lily-Rose Depp for Chanel
Way to work it, Lily-Rose.