Kate Hudson's Sheer Bronze Dress: The Highlight of Venice Film Festival
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Kate Hudson looked stunning at the opening of the Venice Film Festival in a sheer bronze that left people wondering if she was wearing any undies.
The 64 Venice Film Festival kicked off in style with Mira Nair's "The Reluctant Fundamentalist." But the opening day's attraction was Kate Hudson as she grabbed all the limelight with her sheer bronze dress.
The dress is from Atelier Versace's Fall 2012 collection and Hudson accessorized it with an Edie Parker clutch and Faberge jewelries. She did her hair in an elegant high bun as she walked around with co-star from the movie and fiancé Matthew Bellamy.
In July the "Almost Famous" actress became the face of the new fall shots for Ann Taylor's women's clothing brand
Hudson recently told Business Week though she has a line of fancy clothes, she's most comfortable in her pajamas. However, the actress has decided to go a little sexy during a shoot for the new fall collection of Ann Taylor.
"Sometimes when you work with big brands, you feel they have a very specific formula and I think Ann Taylor goes further with it. Ann Taylor isn't afraid of a little sexiness. I think it's about a working woman who can own her own sensuality," Hudson told WWD. "Fall is always my favorite season. I love layers and Ann Taylor is really going for more color and prints and fashion and stepping out of the box for their company."
The campaign was shot by Tom Munro at the Craven Estate, a French chateau-inspired mansion in Pasadena, California, with the aim of capturing a whiff of the Continental glamour of Sixties Paris.
"I definitely have more of an easy style," she said. "I hate the word bohemian, but it sort of is."
On her personal life front, Hudson says she loves her mornings because she gets to spend a lot of quality time then with her sons Bingham, 1 and Ryder, 8.
"I love to see them wake up with their sleepy faces. It's when you see their personalities and how they deal with the morning," she said. "I like happy mornings. I grew up with happy mornings.
"My parents were up and active and making breakfast, and that's what I try to do, but I usually do it in my nightie."© 2013 Fashion & Style.com All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.
Aug 30, 2012 07:45 AM EDT