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Cate Blanchett flew the flag for sustainable fashion yesterday at the Harper’s Bazaar Women of the Year Awards by re-wearing one of her favourite red-carpet looks – a sparkling Armani Privé jumpsuit.

While most celebrities choose new outfits for each red-carpet appearance, Blanchett decided to demonstrate a more responsible approach to style by taking her beloved beaded Armani look for a second public spin. The Oscar-winning actress – who was given the Philanthropy Award at last night’s ceremony – teamed the shimmering jumpsuit with a wide waist belt and Stephen Webster jewellery for extra glamour.

Blanchett first wore the piece in 2014 for a Giorgio Armani celebration honouring Martin Scorsese and Paolo Sorrentino. Her stylist, Elizabeth Stewart, shared an image of both looks on Instagram, saying it’s a piece that “deserves to be worn again and again”.

You can also check the event pictures in our gallery:

The Academy Award-winner, Cate Blanchett, was suitably dressed for the occasion in a crisp white shirt, a tailored black suit jacket and pants and black brogues. Cate secured her locks back off her face, sported stylish reading glasses and opted for natural look makeup.

The mother-of-four told reporters that ‘it is time to act’ and that ‘the world can end statelessness’. Cate also interviewed former stateless refugee in Brazil, Maha Mamo. The global campaign titled #IBelong was created in 2014 by UN chief Antonio Guterres. Stateless people, who are not recognised as belonging to any country, often lack access to basic resources such as healthcare and education. Cate was appointed the UN refugee agency’s Goodwill ambassador in 2016.

At the time, the Elizabeth actress said in an official statement: ‘I am deeply proud to take on this role,’ adding that ‘there has never been a more crucial time to stand with refugees and show solidarity’. ‘We are living through an unprecedented crisis, and there must be shared responsibility worldwide,’ she added. Statistics obtained by the UNHCR revealed that in 2015, 60 million people globally had been displaced from their home, and over one third were also living as refugees.

Cate Blanchett and some co-stars of “Where’d You Go Bernadette” visited the Build Series at the Build Studio to talk about the movie. They gave an awesome interview and shared some info about the movie as well. You can watch the interview below and you can check the pictures in our gallery.

Oscar winning actress Cate Blanchett will appear as the star attraction at a major fundraising event for the opposition’s most senior woman in Federal Parliament – Tanya Plibersek.

Blanchett is billed to appear at the Margaret Whitlam dinner in Sydney next week (June 19th, 2015). The online promotional material for the fundraiser highlights Blanchett’s climate change activism.

“As an actor, story teller, climate change activist and leading voice for women in public life, Cate Blanchett brings a unique and interesting experience to our event,” the website says.

“As co-artistic director of Sydney Theatre Company, Cate not only helped shape the artistic vision of the company but took on a responsibility for the company to address their impact on the climate.”

Conservatives, including Federal Agriculture Minister Barnaby Joyce, singled out Blanchett for criticism when she and other prominent Australians urged ordinary voters to support a price on carbon in a national advertising campaign in 2011.

The Coalition argued a price on carbon would push up the cost of living for poorer Australians. Labor said the compensation built into the scheme would more than recompense those on the lowest incomes.

Blanchett also spoke at the state funeral for former prime minister Gough Whitlam last year and said she owed her tertiary education to his policies. The speech is said to have angered former Liberal prime minister John Howard who says access to free university studies occurred before Whitlam came to power and is under-recognised. Keep reading »




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