Belfast Telegraph

Sunday 13 July 2014

Cate stuns in Armani

Cate Blanchett

Cate Blanchett's outfit looked barely there at a Gala Tribute to her in New York last night.

The Australian actress was honoured at a Gala Tribute in the Big Apple and made sure all eyes were on her in a light pink lace Armani Prive dress with a plunging neckline. Another noticeable feature of the piece was capped off-the-shoulder sleeves.

Wearing such a light colour made Cate look almost bare from far away and even her Roger Vivier pointed heels matched the tone of the dress.

However she added a fun touch to her appearance by slicking on a rose coloured lipstick, which complimented the overall outfit.

Actress and model Meghan Markle wore a darker ensemble to the event last night.

Highlighting her enviable curves the brunette beauty stepped out in a two-tone dark green and black panelled dress by Victoria Beckham. Accessorising the piece Meghan held a gold Chanel clutch bag, Oscar de la Renta gold plated crystal panther earrings and Jason Wu gladiator sandals.

Both stars complimented each other in their clashing outfits.

Cate's latest film Blue Jasmine sees her wear an array of different designer outfits.

Costume designer Suzy Benzinger crafted the looks Cate wears for the film and has praised how she pulled off the overall appearance.

"We had a Valentino strapless dress for the cocktail party scene, but Cate did not want to wear it. She felt she didn't do service to the dress. She said, 'I just think Jasmine would be more beautiful in this,' meaning the Carolina Herrera [dress]. There is something you should know about Woody [Allen's] crews. They've worked with him for years, and they've seen it all. They're not interested in what an actress has on," Suzy recently recalled.

"But the day Cate Blanchett walked on set in that Carolina Herrera, I had a gaffer come up to me and say, 'I've never seen a woman look more beautiful in my life.'"

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