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Despite Cate Blanchett’s lack of baby-to-be, her maternity chic Balenciaga number was a tough act to follow, but opting for Alexander McQueen is always good for keeping up momentum. The Blue Jasmine star hit the red carpet in a black-and-white McQueen gown which was both form-fitting and had a drop waist, something we didn’t even know was possible (especially after poring through these roaring ’20s editorials).
When it comes to designer/celebrity partnerships, at one end of the Spectrum of Weird and Unexpected are John Galliano and cross-dressing Stephen Fry. At the other are Karl Lagerfeld and Cate Blanchett. It even rolls off the tongue like fine Como silk.
Cate Blanchett is jealous of all these babies and pregnant ladies. At least this is the vibe we are getting from the maternity chic Balenciaga ensemble she wore to the Blue Jasmine premiere at New York’s Museum of Modern Art last night. And apparently jealousy pays off: We love when Cate takes a risk on the red carpet, and the amped-up volume on her fairytale-hued cape makes it quite literally a work of modern art.
It’s rare to see stars wear anything from last season, which is why Cate Blanchett looked so refreshing (and not to mention va-va-voom) in Armani Privé from the designer’s spring 2009 collection at the AACTA Awards in Sydney, Australia on Tuesday.
We love Cate Blanchett‘s willingness to get a little weird on the red carpet. Who else would have dared to wear that insanely gorgeous yet slightly diseased-looking Givenchy couture gown to the Oscars? So we’re thrilled to see the Hobbit actress stepping out in Dubai this week for the city’s 9th Annual Film Festival — especially since her ensembles have so far fallen been total slam dunks.
There was so shortage of star power at last night’s UNICEF Snowflake Ball in New York. Katy Perry, Allison Williams, and even the Bush twins showed up in fancy duds to fête and support the non-profit.
The fashions at Elle‘s Women In Hollywood Celebration last night were quite a treat, and leading ladies like Emma Stone, Cate Blanchett, Sarah Jessica Parker, and more worked the red carpet in some amazing ensembles.
While usually the combination of Cate Blanchett and Givenchy spells sartorial perfection, in this particular instance we’re on the fence.
Some of Hollywood’s stylish set stepped out yesterday. Check out their looks!
Intelligent Life — The Economist‘s lifestyle and culture mag — went where few (but increasingly more!) glossies have gone before: the unairbrushed cover.
Remember the days when a party dress was just a dress you’d wear to actually go and party in and not something you could throw a coat over and head to work in the next day? If you don’t, Oscar-winning actress Cate Blanchett does — and she wore such a dress to last night’s opening of the new Louis Vuitton store in Rome.
From Anne Hathaway‘s Academy Award tux to fresh-faced Hailee Steinfeld‘s embellished suit, it seems like women just can’t get enough menswear.
Every so often, a magazine cover comes along that is so utterly refreshing, it catches us by surprise. This is one of those times. Cate Blanchett‘s cover for T Magazine‘s Summer Fashion & Beauty issue is lively, fun, and downright pretty.
Admittedly, the bevy of expensive gowns at this year’s Oscars wasn’t the most exciting we’ve ever seen, but that didn’t stop a few looks from standing out. And among the ones that did, there were some pretty clear cut trends. Take a look at the colors and ideas that dominated the night and let us know if you see any trends you’ll be taking off the red carpet.
If you read our liveblog, you know we weren’t exactly blown away by the sartorial showing on Sunday night’s red carpet. The Oscars aren’t exactly known for being an outré affair, but we were hoping for a little more pizazz and pow from tonight’s honorees. That said, there were some standouts, like Cate Blanchett in Givenchy Couture and nominee Jennifer Lawrence‘s modern and minimalist red dress. And while we tried to stick to five, 14-year-old Hailee Steinfeld and 52-year-old Annette Bening tied for having the hands down most stunningly age appropriate ensembles.
Walking the red carpet is a daunting task for any celebrity — the fear of wardrobe malfunctions, interview snafus, and worst dressed lists loom . But while most sartorial slip-ups eventually fade, a few live on forever. In honor of the upcoming Golden Globes, we’ve put together a list of the all-time worst dressed celebrities to ever attend these tony awards. And while some entries are obvious — ahem, Lara Flynn Boyle — some may surprise you. Who would have thought the words Diane Kruger and Marchesa would go together so terribly.
The Cannes Film Festival kicked off today (can you believe it?) and already the drool-worthy photos are coming through. We’d heard rumors this morning that Cate Blanchett might be wearing an Alexander McQueen gown for the premiere of Robin Hood and now there’s proof.
Since the September issue of Vogue a few things have become clear. One, someone in the office really likes blondes — September was Charlize Theron, October Michelle Williams, November’s cover featured a bevvy of blondes, and this month, a platinum Cate Blanchett reigns as cover girl. Two, a certain design team has gotten lazy and unimaginative. Too much Photoshop!