She’s known for her show-stopping looks on red carpets around the globe.
And Hofit Golan made sure she remained in the spotlight as she arrived at the Venice Film Festival by boat on Saturday.
The socialite, 34, left nothing to the imagination in a flowing pink gown with a sheer detail and a ruffled embellishment.
Stunning: Hofit Golan made sure she remained in the spotlight as she arrived at the Venice Film Festival by boat on Saturday (pictured with Maja Malnar)
The garment also featured cut-out pink short sleeves and a sheer detail across the torso that also featured a white sequined embellishment.
Hofit carried a black, metallic clutch bag and added further glamour to her look with diamond earrings.
Styling her blonde locks into an updo for the evening, Hofit blew a kiss as she got off the boat and made her way toward the annual festival.
Hofit, who comes from Israel, has been a regular on the showbiz party circuit for several years.
Fashion: The socialite, 34, left nothing to the imagination in a flowing pink gown with a sheer detail and a ruffled embellishment
Enjoying her night: Later in the evening, Hofit stepped out for the Adults In The Room premiere
Later on, Hofit took to the red carpet for Greek political drama Adults In The Room, which focuses on the government’s standoff with the European Union in 2015.
In 2015, she spoke to Femail about her experiences of premieres and film festivals, saying it can be exhausting.
She explained: ‘After Cannes and Fashion Week, I can’t wear earrings and my feet won’t fit into a single pair of heels.
‘My body rejects glamour. I don’t brush my hair for ten days and I go on a beauty strike.’
Delighted: She couldn’t help but smile as she arrived at the even celebrating the Greek film
The 76th Venice Film Festival sees a highly anticipated line-up compete for the coveted Golden Lion award, with many big Hollywood pictures making their premiere at the annual showcase
Hirokazu Kore-eda – who won the Palm d’Or at Cannes for his 2018 film Shoplifters – opened the festival on Wednesday night with his newest picture The Truth.
Leading the so-called Hollywood contenders is the much-anticipated Joker, directed by The Hangover’s Todd Phillips, and sees the acclaimed Joaquin Phoenix play the iconic DC villain in a realistic take on his origin story.
Style: The garment also featured cut-out pink short sleeves and a sheer detail across the torso that also featured a white sequined embellishment
Set in the 1980s, the film has already sparked awards buzz for Phoenix’s performance, as the film tells the story of Arthur Fleck, a man so down on his luck he becomes a murderous psychopath hellbent on causing havoc in Gotham.
Another film boosted by Hollywood star power is Ad Astra, which stars Brad Pitt as an astronaut who journeys into space to find his lost father, played by Tommy Lee Jones.
The film is directed by James Gray, who has competed for the Palm d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival on several occasions, including his 2013 film The Immigrant.
The Laundromat – directed by Steven Soderbergh and the first of Netflix’s Venice contenders – also makes its debut, starring Meryl Streep, Gary Oldman and Antonio Banderas, and recalls the infamous Panama Papers scandal.
Party: Styling her blonde locks into an updo for the evening, Hofit blew a kiss as she got off the boat and made her way toward the annual festival
Marriage Story – which stars Scarlett Johansson and Adam Driver – will also compete for the Golden Lion, and tells the story of a couple’s gruelling divorce. The film is also being distributed by Netflix.
The jury will be led by Argentinian director Lucrecia Martel, and also features Canadian critic Piers Handling, Japanese actor Shinya Tsukamoto and British actress Stacy Martin, who landed her breakout role in 2013 as the younger version of sex addict Joe in the Lars Von Trier erotic drama Nyphomaniac.
Venice also faced backlash last year when not one of its Golden Lion contenders was made by a female director. This year marks a slight improvement, with two female-directed films, Babyteeth and The Perfect Candidate.
Julie Andrews, 83, will also be awarded with the coveted Honorary Lion for Life’s Work to celebrate her incredible 55 years in the film industry.
Rolling Stones legend Mick Jagger, 76, will also make an appearance on the closing night, as he stars in thriller The Burnt Orange Heresy directed by Giuseppe Capotondi.
Jagger takes on a lead role as an art collector determined to acquire a piece by a legendary painter.
Socialite: Hofit, who comes from Israel, has been a regular on the showbiz party circuit for several years