In a breathtaking photograph captured by Harley Weir, the acclaimed Australian actress Cate Blanchett is featured on the cover of AnOther Magazine’s Spring/Summer 2023 issue. On the cover, the actress is seen wearing a black bodysuit from Alexander McQueen and wrap pumps from JW Anderson.
The cover story, styled by Robbie Spencer, features Cate Blanchett in designs from iconic brands such as Issey Miyake, Gabriela Hearst and Y/Project.
The hair styling, done by Robert Vetica, is minimalistic and understated, adding to the overall look of effortless glamour. Mary Greenwell’s make-up perfectly complements the outfits, with a natural yet polished finish. Shigeko Taylor’s manicure completes the look with delicate and tasteful nail art.
The set design by Patience Harding, and production by Richard Polio at Partner Films, bring the shoot to life, adding a layer of depth and authenticity to the overall aesthetic.
Inside the magazine, Cate Blanchett and renowned writer Maggie Nelson recently came together for an intriguing conversation about creativity, the #MeToo movement, and their upcoming projects. The two shared their insights and experiences in the industry, highlighting the impact of social issues on their work.
Blanchett, known for her diverse and powerful roles in film and theatre, spoke about her latest project, “Tar“, directed by Todd Field. The movie delves into a relationship between a college professor and his student, exploring themes of power dynamics and emotional complexity. Blanchett discussed how working on the project brought her to reflect on the #MeToo movement, which has ignited conversations about consent, abuse of power, and the need for change within the entertainment industry.
Maggie Nelson, an influential author and critic, shared her perspectives on the intersection of art, politics, and social issues. She emphasized the importance of challenging traditional narratives and exploring the complexities of human relationships. Nelson’s work has been instrumental in encouraging critical thought on topics such as gender, sexuality, and violence.