Cate Blanchett Took The BAFTAs Stage In a Dazzling Metallic Floral Gown
She took to the stage wearing a dazzling metallic floral gown to acknowledge the grant for Leading Actress. What’s more in a touching discourse at the British Academy Film Awards on Sunday, Cate Blanchett committed her win to her late companion and on-screen character, Philip Seymour Hoffman. ‘Phil buddy, this is for you,’ she said looking to the sky as she battled back tears, ‘I hope you’re proud.’
Portraying the late performer as having been a ‘continual, profound touchstone‘ for her, she said he ‘continually raised the bar‘ and will be woefully missed for his grand ability, liberality and mission for truth. The 44-year-old Australian on-screen character confronted rivalry from Amy Adams, Sandra Bullock, Emma Thompson and Judi Dench for the recompense which recognised her part in Woody Allen’s Blue Jasmine. She added the honour to her developing rundown of honors recieved for the film, which incorporate a Golden Globe, Screen Actor’s Guild Award and an Academy Award selection. The ever lithe on-screen character was the picture of sumptuousness as she went to the stage in a dark Alexander Mcqueen gown.
She’s taken home the gong for the Leading Actress grant at in the not so distant future BAFTA’s, and the extent that we’re concerned Cate Blanchett merits a decoration for her style, as well! Cate ventures out at not long from now do wearing a dazzling metallic floral gown, which was customised from the form seen in Alexander Mcqueen’s Pre-Autumn/winter collections. On account of Dolce & Gabbana, Marni and Salvatore Ferragamo timeless florals have had another season upgrade with brocade bloom items in gold and silver gracing the Spring 2014 runways.
Cate has cleverly given her a chance to metallic floral gown take centre stage by choosing a chaotic up do and pretty make up, and except for a silver pendant she’s tried for insignificant extras. All things considered, what sort of grip pack might fit a BAFTA honor in, at any rate? Get Cate’s look on the high street now, where metallic dresses have touched down at Yumi, Uttam, Selfridges and Farfetch.