Cate Blanchett blooms on the red carpet in Venice

Cate Blanchett blooms on the red carpet in Venice
Cate Blanchett blooms on the red carpet in Venice

Cate Blanchett knows a few tricks to attract attention to herself. The final piece of evidence? Her vision for the Venice Film Festival.

From August 30, the stars of cinema and fashion gather in Italy, to become the first viewers of some of the most promising films of this year and next. Oscar contenders often come out of the festival, and they are among the premiers this season “Blonde” with Ana de Armas, “don’t worry baby” with Harry Styles and Florence Pugh, “White Noise” with Don Cheadle and Adam Driver and many more.

And while we patiently wait to read the reviews from the critics, the stars are delighting our eyes with gorgeous outfits on the red carpet. One such was worn by Cate Blanchettwho has apparently decided to skip the next two seasons and directly meet the spring.

Cate Blanchett

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The actress drew attention to herself, dressing black jumpsuit, who was anything but ordinary. Like a true fashion icon, Blanchett chose designers from fashion house Schiaparelli, which make for a lovely outfit more suited to spring than fall. Despite the confusion of the seasons, we’re embracing the style with open arms and ranking it at the top of the outfits we’ve seen so far in Venice.

Walking the red carpet before the premiere of her upcoming film “Tar”, Blanchett was absolutely stunning in the almost all-black ensemble. While the strapless jumpsuit was certainly chic in its own right, the look with wide legs was taken even higher with a set of bright yellow, blue and white flowers, which seemed to bloom directly from the corset. Simple earrings and a pair of black platform shoes completed Kate’s look, while her blonde hair was styled in subtle waves and swept to one side.

However, this is not the only outfit in Venice with which Blanchett attracted attention.

Cate Blanchett

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Before hitting the red carpet, she attended a press conference for her film wearing sky blue trouser suit by Roskanda. The vision included pleated trousers and an oversized top with black graphic lineswhich added an Art Deco edge and atmosphere.

The drama “Tar” at Todd Field was applauded for six minutes, with the audience at the Sala Grande cinema shouting “Bravo” from their seats. Variety writes that Blanchett bowed to the ground, and the applause became even louder and wilder. When the standing ovation ended, the actress, who was moved by the honor, said “Let’s have a drink!”.

According to critics, Blanchett’s work in “Tar” is one of the best of this year, and will likely earn her a ninth Oscar nomination. She already has two statuettes – for “The Aviator” and “Blue Jasmine”.

The film also marks the return of Todd Field after a 15-year hiatus from Hollywood. He says he wrote the script specifically for Cate Blanchett. The story tells about the fictional life of the first female conductor of a major German orchestra. In interviews leading up to the premiere, the actress spoke about the importance of showing dynamic gay characters on screen.

“I didn’t think about the character’s gender or her sexuality at all. That’s what I love about the movie. It’s a human portrait, and I think maybe we’re mature enough as humans to be able to watch movies like this and not make it news. It’s simple”Blanchett is emphatic.

Thar is slated to hit theaters on November 7.


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