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The best outfits and beauty looks from the third night of Sanremo 2024

From Emma in hot pink to Rose Villain as Eva Kant by Balenciaga

The best outfits and beauty looks from the third night of Sanremo 2024 From Emma in hot pink to Rose Villain as Eva Kant by Balenciaga

The third night of Sanremo 2024 has just concluded, hosted as always by Amadeus, alongside Teresa Mannino. On the Ariston stage, 15 artists performed, from Ghali to Rose Villain, introduced by the other half of the singers. Each tried to capture attention with their own sound and look, but at the moment, the one to win the audience's favor and receive a standing ovation is Angelina Mango. Applause also for Eros Ramazzotti, celebrating the forty years of "Terra promessa," the song with which he won in 1984 at Sanremo Giovani, for Gianni Morandi, and for Russell Crowe, who sang a blues piece with his band, the Gentlemen Barbers, before joking about John Travolta and the Qua Qua Dance. What have we learned from hours of live broadcasting? That those who follow all the Festival nights should receive a supply of caffeine, snacks, face masks, and eye patches as a gift. Anything else? That we need to add high-waisted pants, sheer black stockings, thigh-high boots, cropped jackets, pink and super creamy lipsticks to the shopping list, and we should try out wet hair. Here are the best outfits and beauty looks of the third night of Sanremo 2024.

Teresa Mannino

Brand: Roberto Cavalli

Look: curly and voluminous hair, make-up no make-up, oversized glasses, a radiant smile, and a series of wide blouses adorned with a shower of feathers and soft-fit pants by Roberto Cavalli. As a co-host, Teresa Mannino could have opted for more impactful looks.

Loredana Berté

Brand: Maison Valentino

Look: tonight, Loredana Berté showcases her hosting skills to introduce Il Tre. Once again, she wears a black mini dress with a white collar, somewhat reminiscent of Wednesday Addams, by Valentino. The inevitable accessory? A small black shoulder bag containing the bodypack, the transmitter connected to the microphone.


Santi Francesi

Brand: Dolce&Gabbana

Look: Santi Francesi, the duo composed of Alessandro De Santis and Mario Francese, chose to wear Dolce&Gabbana for the entire Festival. Tonight, they alternated on stage with high-waisted pants, boleros, bow-tied shirts, and sparkling details. In Thursday's performance, the jewels by Bulgari also shone.


Brand: Andreadamo

Look: vintage Armani, a dazzling Giuseppe di Morabito, and tonight, to introduce the Santi Francesi, Clara flaunted a black, asymmetrical, slightly draped and very long dress from the SS24 collection of Andreadamo. The jewelry was by Chopard, styled by Francesco Vavallo. The presenter's beauty is flawless: straight hair with a middle part and flipped ends, subtly smoked eyes that enhance the gaze even with glasses, and baby pink gloss.

Rose Villain

Brand: Balenciaga

Look: a bit Eva Kant, a bit mermaid. After flaunting two mini dresses, Rose Villain takes the stage at Ariston to sing Click Boom!, a new track from Radio Sakura, her second album releasing on March 8, wearing a black catsuit by Balenciaga. The model stands out with its tight, one-shoulder silhouette, a long fabric band tied at the waist, leaving the back bare. The turquoise lob is wet (a major hair trend this Sanremo), and the makeup features laminated skin and cat eyes for a mermaid just emerged from the ocean effect.

Alessandra Amoroso

Brand: Roberto Cavalli

Look: "Fino a qui tutto bene", sings Alessandra Amoroso quoting L'odio by Mathieu Kassovitz. Everything is fine so far for her Sanremo looks too. The Salento singer is in a phase of personal rebirth that also goes through the beauty and styling of Marco de Lucia. Like in previous nights, this Thursday she opts for total black and showcases a creation by Fausto Puglisi for Roberto Cavalli, a dress playing with transparencies, a maxi slit, and cut-out details. The makeup, in shades of pink, is soft girl and glowy, with soft wet waves in her hair.


Brand: Salvatore Vignola

Look: BigMama is one of the queens of Sanremo 2024. For her performance with La rabbia non ti basta and for the looks she is flaunting. Tonight, she took the stage to introduce Ricchi e Poveri, choosing a black dress by Salvatore Vignola, accessorized with gloves covered in sparkling red crystals. A standing ovation for the beauty: wet hair combed backward with a tiara and makeup by Serena Polh, featuring graphic eyeliner, celestial silver eyeshadow, and rosy lipstick.

Angelina Mango

Brand: Etro

Look: adrenaline-pumping and cool. Angelina Mango takes the Ariston stage, entertaining and enjoying herself, to the notes of her La Noia. The look is once again by Etro. This time, she wears a top and a skirt in brocade with a metal-mesh effect and draped jersey inserts with floral motifs in sequins and rose gold crystals. To complete the boho look, the team at Bumble and Bumble creates a hybrid hairstyle for her, with boxer braids at the back and sleaze waves framing her face. The makeup created by Chantal Ciaffardini with Clinique products has bronze tones.


Brand: Casablanca

Look: Ramona Tabita's inspiration for Ghali's look tonight? Michael Jackson. Ghali performs in an outfit from the F23 collection by Casablanca: black turtleneck and trousers, a colorful and bling-bling short jacket, white socks, and a pair of Sebago loafers, the iconic Classic Dan model, customized with Swarovski crystals applied all over. The dreads are tied in a ponytail.


Brand: Loewe

Look: Mahmood's fashion week continues. The singer transforms into a co-host to introduce Ghali's performance and once again showcases his coolness with an all-black outfit from the SS24 collection by Loewe. As in previous nights, the styling is by Lisa Jarvis. The beauty? A natural glow and cornrows.


Brand: Ottolinger

Look: Emma descends the Ariston stairs to introduce Negramaro with a look befitting a true diva. No more black, the singer embraces Barbiecore and wears a hot pink velvet dress by Ottolinger. Adding a glam twist to the outfit are the accessories: cat-eye sunglasses with frames covered in stars, fiery red pumps, and the iconic Bone bracelet from the Elsa Peretti collection for Tiffany&Co. Her hair is natural, loose, and with a side part, while the makeup is soft and plays with pink tones and matte lips.


Brand: Dolce&Gabbana

Look: Annalisa, this time in the role of presenter, flaunts a new look by Dolce&Gabbana, featuring a bling-bling effect bustier mini dress worn over a white shirt, tulle gloves, and thigh-high stockings. The makeup created by Greta Agazzi is in brick tones, matching the singer's ginger mane.