Girls always ask us: “I am an actress, not a model. Can I still participate in the event or will this penalize me? "

The truth is that fashion and cinema are two sides of the same coin, and we have often had candidates who were mainly actresses, such as during the 2016 edition when the beautiful Russian actress Anna Semenkova won the title of Miss Europe Continental.

Anna walked the Red Carpet of the Venice Film Festival, the event that most of all demonstrates that cinema and fashion are two essential elements, where all eyes are on the breathtaking outfits of the celebrities.

Over the years, cinema has celebrated fashion by dedicating productions to this art that have become real cult, here are some famous examples:

- Yves Saint Laurent directed by Jalil Lespert, and Saint Laurent by Bertrand Bonello, two masterpieces of 2014, which examine the mythical and sometimes scandalous life of the famous designer Yves Saint Laurent.

- The Devil Wears Prada, famous 2006 film directed by David Frankel, whose subject is based on the novel of Lauren Weisberger, with the amazing Anne Hathaway and Meryl Streep.

- Funny Face, Stanley Donen's 1957 masterpiece, which sees the stunning Audrey Hepburn living out a Cinderella story in Paris.

- Coco before Chanel, a 2009 film directed by Anne Fontaine. A detailed review of the incredible life of Gabrielle Chanel, who throws herself as passionately into her work as she does into her love stories.

- Ready to Wear, also known as Prêt-à-Porter, a 1994 film by Robert Altman, features the elegant duo of Sophia Loren and Marcello Mastroianni, two titans in the Italian cinema world. Shot during Paris fashion week in the spring of 1994, Ready to Wear transports viewers into the whirlwind Parisian couture world.

- Confessions of a Shopaholic, a 2009 film directed by P. J. Hogan, inspired by the novels of Sophie Kinsella. Big problems for Becky, who's addicted to shopping!