The beautiful and talented Cate Blanchett graces the cover of W Magazine’s June 2010 issue.
With her skin glistening courtesy of SK-II, she wears a Yves Saint Laurent Edition Soir’s silk satin bustier with Chopard earrings, LaCrasia gloves and a Hermès belt.
The rest of her editorial sees her wearing looks from the Etro Fall 2010 collection.
I loved this collection so I’m very happy that Lori Goldstein styled her in the two fabulous pieces. Let’s hope they make it onto the red carpet too.
In the upcoming issue the Australian actress gives us a rare and intimate look inside her profession, with a candid interview between her husband and theater partner, playwright Andrew Upton.
The magazine hits newsstands May 25, but you can read Cate’s interview at www.wmagazine.com.
Here are some extracts:
On her inaccurate public perception: “I’m so misunderstood! I’m not focused on what other people think of me. Some people get you and some people don’t, and to spend your life trying to make people understand how deep and complex and varied you are—I think that way lies madness.”
On her husband’s influence: “My husband keeps me really honest. I remember him saying to me after I made Elizabeth, ‘Sweetheart, you’ve probably got about about five years.’ He was preparing me for the time when the work dries up, as it invariably does.”
Husband, playwright Andrew Upton, on his wife as a coworker: “She challenges, but she’s not aggressive. I can tend to be a bit scattergun. She’s quite practical in the end, so I often just fire off, and she’ll sort of pick up the pieces or choose the best bits. She would be the first and pretty much only person I would seriously seek counsel from. We’re fairly brutal with each other.”
On working with her husband: “We’re really open. I have friends—she’s an actor/writer married to a director—and she was horrified when we said we were going to work together. She said they don’t talk about work because they don’t want to venture into the territory of being criticized by you partner. But I know what to do with the criticism.”
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