Cate Blanchett has been known to recycle her red carpet looks in recent times.
At the opening ceremony of the 2019 Cannes Film Festival for the ‘Everyone Knows’ premiere, the actor opted to re-wear her beautiful black lace Armani Privé gown, which she had initially worn to the 2014 Golden Globes.
She also made a case for sustainability at the Harper’s Bazaar Women of the Year Awards in London, re-wearing a sequin Armani Prive jumpsuit that she had worn back in back in 2014 for the Giorgio Armani Celebrates Martin Scorsese And Paolo Sorrentino event.
On the occasion of the ‘Lacci’ premiere for the opening on the 2020 Venice Film Festival, which she serves as the jury president, she opted to recycle her Esteban Cortazar Spring 2016 dress.
Cate first wore this dress back in October 2015 to the ‘Carol’ London Film Festival Screening while promoting the movie with Rooney Mara.
On this occasion the only difference is the Pomellato necklace which accessoried the look.
We won’t be getting a third outing Cate in this dress, as she will be donating and auction to benefit two global charities – UN Women & Facing History and Ourselves.
RAD (Red Carpet ADvocacy) has partnered with celebrity stylist Elizabeth Stewart and her non-profit, Chic Relief, on a joint fundraising + advocacy campaign called RAD at Venice.
Talent, stylists and brands will donate red carpet looks that are worn throughout the festival for auction.
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