El Gouna Film Festival might be over, but the surrounding buzz is far from over. So we are at it again evaluating the best looks and gowns from the closing ceremony.
The red carpet sparkled as some of the stars who attended the event brought their A-game.
Photography By Our Own : Maged Helal
Here are some of the looks that stood out for us:
Dalia El Behery
As she walked the red carpet El Behery looked glamorous in her AITCH gown.
Emy perfectly paired that gorgeous white gown with the right accessories and hairstyle.
Huda El Mufti
Opting for a blazer dress instead of a regular gown is a risky move for the red carpet, but El Mufti nailed the look in her Kojak blazer dress.
At this point, we are expecting nothing but perfection from Zarrouk, and so far she hasn’t disappointed us in that Zuhair Murad number.
She chose a strapless navy blue gown and paired it with minimal accessories that didn’t overpower the dress.
Arwa should be named the queen of GFF red carpet this year, as she served all the looks the entire time, from hair, makeup to the perfect gowns and accessories.
Look at that gorgeous strapless velvet number that Scandar chose for her last red carpet appearance at GFF.
The actor/singer chose a grey suit straying away from the traditional black suits that were all over the red carpet.
As always Reda looked amazing, although not as bold as her past look, but we can’t deny she looked like a million bucks.
Another unique suit that caught our eye, but this time was worn by the evergreen actor Sayed Ragab.
He aced the look by not sticking to the usual black suit but instead opting for a white one.
That look screams perfection, that color complements her complexion and she completed the look with the perfect necklace.
Bold, edgy and original are the words that come to mind when looking at Saba’s beautiful dress.
You can never go wrong with a simple black gown; Yousra matched it with elegant diamond earrings and bracelet.
A bold move going for a power suit, but Sabry sure changed our minds about suits.
She looked radiant in a Maram Borhan dress even though we could have done without the black belt.