Cate Blanchett effortlessly turns heads in purple shimmering gown as she leads the stars at Tár premiere in London
Cate Blanchett cut a glamorous figure as she attended the premiere of her film Tár at Picturehouse Central Cinema in London on Wednesday.
The actress, aged 53, arrived at the red carpet in a purple shimmering dress.
The long sleeves featured a shimmering detail, while Cate tied a matching belt around her waist.
Stunning: Cate Blanchett cut a glamorous figure as she attended the premiere of her film Tár at Picturehouse Central Cinema in London on Wednesday
Star styled her blonde hair into loose curls with black heels to add height.
Cate completed her look wearing a light-colored makeup palette and a pair of earrings in gold.
Nina Hoss, Nina’s co-star, chose a black mini dress that she wore with a matching sheer.
Nina wore a gold collar as well and matched her heels with a matching black hat.
Style: The actress, 53, who plays the lead role in the film, arrived to the red carpet in a purple shimmering gown
Looking good: Cate cinched her waist with a matching strap (L-R Noemie Merlant, Todd Field, Cate, Nina Hoss and Sophie Kauer)
Sophie Kauer, who makes her film debut in Tár, turned heads in a white strapless gown with a sheer hemline.
The garment featured a ruffled design, while Sophie added a black bow to complete her look.
Myleene Klass sported a fashionable purple midi dress with a teal floral print, v-neckline and a midi skirt.
The garment was also cut at the leg, and the former Hear’Say performer paired it up with black heels.
Premiere: Her co-star Nina Hoss opted for a black mini dress which she wore under a matching sheer garment
Glamour: The star styled blonde locks in loose curls. She added height to her legs with black heels
Wow: Sophie Kauer, who makes her film debut in Tár, turned heads in a white strapless gown with a sheer hemline
Sensational: Myleene Klass cut a trendy figure in a purple midi dress with a teal floral print and v-neckline
Tár is a psychological drama that charts the downfall of fictional composer and conductor Lydia Tár.
It was voted one of the top films of 2022 by Todd Field, a director and writer who wrote the role for Cate.
Speaking to W magazine, she said: ‘He wrote it at the beginning of the pandemic, Todd was a musician first, so there was a musical quality to the script, and not just because it’s set in the classical music world.’
Then, the star – who won the coveted Best Actress award at the Venice Film Festival for her performance in the film – touches on the moral of the story.
She stated that it could be about any of the top institutions, including an architect, painter or writer. However, being in such a position can affect their self-esteem and ability to relate to others.
Film: Tár is a psychological drama that charts the downfall of fictional composer and conductor Lydia Tár