While most celebrities choose new outfits for each red-carpet appearance, Blanchett decided to demonstrate a more responsible approach to style by taking her beloved beaded Armani look for a second public spin. The Oscar-winning actress - who was given the Philanthropy Award at last night's ceremony - teamed the shimmering jumpsuit with a wide waist belt and Stephen Webster jewellery for extra glamour.
Blanchett first wore the piece in 2014 for a Giorgio Armani celebration honouring Martin Scorsese and Paolo Sorrentino. Her stylist, Elizabeth Stewart, shared an image of both looks on Instagram, saying it's a piece that "deserves to be worn again and again".
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What it feels like to cherish and rewear your clothes #cateblanchett in a fabulous @armani jumpsuit that deserves to be worn again and again! @marygreenwell and @nicolaclarkecolour on glam and laughter and @marygreenwell pic! @stephenwebsterjewellery #harpersbazaarwomenoftheyearawards2019 swipe for the full look now and in 2014!
The star chose poet and activist Emtithal Mahmoud to present her with the award. She and Blanchett are both UN Goodwill Ambassadors focusing on the plight of international refugees.
From Harper's BAZAAR U.K.