Phoebe Waller-Bridge stuns in a plunging black gown at British Vogue party


Phoebe Waller-Bridge stuns in a plunging black gown as she joins beau Martin McDonagh at British Vogue party during the Venice Film Festival

Phoebe Waller-Bridge looked incredible as she attended a British Vogue party with Cartier on Saturday during the Venice Film Festival. 

The actress, 37, went braless as she donned the plunging black gown, which hugged every inch of her fantastic figure.

Phoebe was joined by her beau, film director Martin McDonagh, 57, at the event as they rubbed shoulders with some of Hollywood’s biggest stars. 

Lovebirds: Phoebe Waller-Bridge, 37, risked  a wardrobe malfunction in a plunging black gown as she joined  beau Martin McDonagh, 57, at a British Vogue party during the Venice Film Festival on Saturday 

The chic dress featured diamanté criss-cross detailing and the Fleabag star completed the look with a gorgeous palette of make-up.

The stunner wore her brunette tresses in a gentle curl as she beamed for the cameras at the swanky bash.

Martin, who has been dating Phoebe since 2018, cut a dapper figure in a dark grey suit for the evening.

Gorgeous: The chic dress featured diamanté criss-cross detailing and the Fleabag star completed the look with a gorgeous palette of make-up

Gorgeous: The chic dress featured diamanté criss-cross detailing and the Fleabag star completed the look with a gorgeous palette of make-up

The movie maker, who directed In Bruges and Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, layered the look over a smart black shirt. 

They were joined by fellow brit Jodie Turner-Smith, 35,  who stood out from the crowd in a turquoise gown while posing for a sizzling snap at the lavish event.

She elevated her height with a pair of matching fluffy heels and carried a quirky gold handbag. 

Jodie accessorised with several gold chains around her neck and sported a smokey-eye makeup look. 

Wow! They were joined by fellow brit Jodie Turner-Smith, 35, who stood out from the crowd in a turquoise gown while posing for a sizzling snap at the lavish event

Wow! They were joined by fellow brit Jodie Turner-Smith, 35, who stood out from the crowd in a turquoise gown while posing for a sizzling snap at the lavish event

Attracting the biggest stars, the film festival is held annually on the island of the Lido in the Venice Lagoon. With movie screenings taking place in the historic Palazzo del Cinema on the Lungomare Marconi. 

This year’s line up will see divisive biopic Blonde, starring Ana De Armas as tragic screen icon Marilyn Monroe, battle it out for the competition’s top accolade.

Brendan Fraser’s moving drama The Whale, where he plays an obese professor, will also compete alongside films starring Cate Blanchett, Hugh Jackman and Colin Farrell.

Speaking about the line-up director of the event Alberto Barbera said: ‘The program is more varied than usual, placing affirmed filmmakers alongside directors in search of confirmation and, above all, talented newcomers aspiring for international recognition’.

Blonde: This year's line up will see Blonde, starring Ana De Armas as Marilyn Monroe (pictured)  battle it out for the competition's top accolade

Blonde: This year’s line up will see Blonde, starring Ana De Armas as Marilyn Monroe (pictured)  battle it out for the competition’s top accolade

‘But what still prevails is the feeling that “Cinema still wants to try to explore ways of thinking, big themes and big questions, the profound relationships that tie people to one another, the power of feelings and memory and the ability to push one’s gaze beyond the horizon of the present.”.

The Venice Film Festival is the world’s oldest and was first founded in 1932, celebrating filmmaking from around the world.

It will continue until September 10 when there will be a closing ceremony.

Big names: Brendan Fraser's moving drama The Whale, where he plays an obese professor (pictured) will also compete alongside films starring Cate Blanchett, Hugh Jackman and Colin Farrell

Big names: Brendan Fraser’s moving drama The Whale, where he plays an obese professor (pictured) will also compete alongside films starring Cate Blanchett, Hugh Jackman and Colin Farrell

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