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All the Times Cate Blanchett Proved She Was the Queen of Red-Carpet Rewears

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“It’s chic to repeat,” Cate Blanchett’s stylist Elizabeth Stewart posted on Instagram as the actor rewore a series of looks at Venice Film Festival in 2020. First, there was the sequined gown by Esteban Cortazar that she first wore at the London premiere of Carol. Then there was the reworked Alexander McQueen dress, which she had transformed into a top that she could pair with trousers—showing what a dash of imagination can do in the world of red-carpet fashion. 

It’s not the only time that Blanchett has repeated looks on the red carpet. She brought back a black lace Armani Privé gown from the 2014 Golden Globes for Cannes Film Festival in 2018, as well as rewearing a tattoo dress by young Parisian designer Yacine Aouadi that same year. More recently, the actor recycled a deconstructed Alexander McQueen gown at the Governors Awards in LA, as well as rewearing a statement puffed-sleeved suit, also by McQueen, at the London Critics’ Circle film awards. 

While it may not seem like much (given that normal people are repeat looks on a daily basis), rewearing a gown on the red carpet can send a powerful message on the importance of sustainability. Here’s hoping we see Blanchett repeating more looks this awards season, which has already seen her win a number of accolades for her powerful performance in Tár.

Below, see all of the actor’s best red-carpet rewears to date. 


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