May 16, 2018

Cate Blanchett flashes slender body in a flesh-coloured frock featuring intricate blue scales

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Cate Blanchett was a sight to behold as she wore a show-stopping nude gown with vivid blue details on Monday at the Kering Women in Motion Awards Dinner.

The actress is currently serving as this year’s festival jury president and the unique, striking gown is just fitting for her. AmoMama got the scoop from Daily Mail.

Cate’s Iris Van Herpen gown hugged her slender physique and it’s vivid blue color complemented her milky complexion. The laser-cut dress inspired from the natural and man-made landscapes consisted of parametric patterns and invisible silk tulle. It featured vibrant gold and blue embellishments.

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She styled her cropped blonde tresses down and straight and chose to do a deep side parting.

Prior to the dinner, Cate attended the HFPA party and led a silent protest to support the Time’s Up movement. The 49-year-old climbed the steps of Palais des Festivals while looking chic in her oversized black silk blazer and wide-legged trousers and pair of white trousers.

The protest involved 82 women including Marion Cotillard, Ava DuVernay, Jane Fonda, Kristen Stewart, Lea Seydoux, and Salma Hayek.

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The numbers were not random as it symbolized the number of female filmmakers that have been chosen to compete in the Cannes Film Festival since it began as opposed to the 1,866 films that were directed by men and selected for the festival.

In a report from Variety, Cate said:

“Women are not a minority in the world, yet the current state of the industry says otherwise. As women, we all face our own unique challenges, but we stand together on these stairs today as a symbol of our determination and commitment to progress. We are writers, producers, directors, actresses, cinematographers, talent agents, editors, distributors, sales agents and all involved in the cinematic arts.”

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