Among the special guests of the second episode of the 2024 Sanremo Festival is the cast of Mare Fuori, a series that will return to Rai 2 on 13 February with its fourth season. Here's what Maria Esposito, aka Rosa Ricci, wore.
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The 2024 Sanremo Festival is coming to life: after the debut with Marco Mengoni, on the second evening several special guests took to the stage at the Ariston, first and foremost the “rising stars” of the world of cinema. In addition to Leo Gassman, who starred in the bio-topic on Franco Califano which will soon arrive on Rai 1, the actors of Mare Fuori also participated in the event. The fourth season will arrive on Rai 2 on February 13th (even if it has already been previewed on Rai Play) and promises to be a success. Furthermore, the protagonists of the series have grown up and have now become true style icons: here is what Maria Esposito , the Rosa Ricci of the series, wore for the Sanremo experience.
Maria Esposito with the minidress in Sanremo
The cast members of Mare Fuori made their debut on the Ariston stage with a love-themed monologue, thrilling both the audience in the theater and at home. If almost all men chose classic tailored suits, from Matteo Paolillo in Emporio Armani to Massimiliano Caiazzo in Fendi, Maria Esposito, alias Rosa Ricci, chose a look with symbolic meaning. She paired the classic little black dress with thin straps and a generous neckline with sheer tights and matching stiletto-heeled pumps.
The cast of Mare Fuori
Who signed Maria Esposito's sparkling jewels
What stood out in Maria Esposito's Sanremo look were above all the accessories, first of all the total red scarf that she wrapped around her neck, also passing it over her arm. This is a clear reference to the fight against violence against women, which has always been associated with the color fiery red. To enrich her image there was a sparkling touch: the Neapolitan actress wore a series of Pasquale Bruni jewels, from earrings to rings, all in gold and diamonds from the brand's Stella in Fiore collection.
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Massimiliano Caiazzo and Maria Esposito