The Aussie actress walked the Venice Film Festival red carpet in a floral Schiaparelli jumpsuit on Thursday night.
The fine flower of world cinema was gathered this September 1 in Venice, for the presentation of the film Tar by Todd Field. If Julianne Moore, Alessandra Ambrosio or the Frenchwoman Noémie Merlant have walked the red carpet, it’s undoubtedly Cate Blanchett which showed the most flourishing pace. And for good reason, the actress sported a black velvet jumpsuit, with a neckline trimmed with flowers. A creation between romanticism and surrealism that we owe to Daniel Roseberry, artistic director of the Schiaparelli house. And a choice in line with the vision of the actress and notorious fashion lover.
“The dream begins in the minds of artists. We tell a story and we invite people to enter it, whether it’s a film or a fashion collection. said Cate Blanchett to Madame Figaroas she presented the 2022 LVMH Prize. Illustration in the flesh and in fashion with this poetic outfit.
The Australian actress actually entrusted her entire look to the Parisian house for her visit to the Venice Film Festival. Ahead of the festival, Cate Blanchett appeared in three different Schiaparelli outfits on the covers of three editions of the magazine Vanity Fair. Marrying this dreamlike universe with a beaded top, hand-shaped bustier and silhouette dotted with golden surreal jewelry, Cate Blanchett was the perfect muse. On the red carpet of the Serenissima, the duo delivered their final bouquet.