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Cate Blanchett leads stars at Giorgio Armani’s Milan Fashion Week show

British actor Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Maneskin star Victoria De Angelis were also in attendance.

The Australian actress wore a velvet trouser suit (Luca Bruno/AP)
Australian actress Cate Blanchett The Australian actress wore a velvet trouser suit (Luca Bruno/AP) (Luca Bruno/AP)

Australian actress Cate Blanchett led stars attending Giorgio Armani’s floral-inspired runway show at Milan Fashion Week.

The Oscar winner, 54, donned a dark teal, velvet trouser suit paired with a white shirt, which toned in with the fabrics and colours showcased on the catwalk on Sunday.

British actor Aaron Taylor-Johnson wore a herringbone-patterned coat (Luca Bruno/AP)
Italy Fashion Giorgio Armani Women FW 24 British actor Aaron Taylor-Johnson wore a herringbone-patterned coat (Luca Bruno/AP) (Luca Bruno/AP)

British actor Aaron Taylor-Johnson also made an appearance at the star-studded event in a herringbone-patterned coat which he wore over a black top and trousers.

Victoria De Angelis, the bassist of Italian rock band Maneskin who won Eurovision in 2021 with their hit Zitti E Buoni, opted for a casual rocker look.

Italian rock band Maneskin guitarist Victoria De Angelis wore a button-up maxi dress (Luca Bruno/AP)
Italy Fashion Giorgio Armani Women FW 24 Italian rock band Maneskin guitarist Victoria De Angelis wore a button-up maxi dress (Luca Bruno/AP) (Luca Bruno/AP)

She wore a cream fur coat over a white, button-up maxi dress which she paired with aviator-style sunglasses, a black leather handbag and black slingback heels.

Italian star Caterina Murino looked chic in a white wrap dress, tied at the waist with a cord.

Italian actress Caterina Murino wore a white wrap dress (Luca Bruno/AP)
Italy Fashion Giorgio Armani Women FW 24 Italian actress Caterina Murino wore a white wrap dress (Luca Bruno/AP) (Luca Bruno/AP)

The actress, who appeared in the Bond film Casino Royale and comedy St Trinian’s, paired the outfit with a white handbag.

The autumn/winter collection by the Italian fashion house featured a plethora of floral designs which were often in standout colours, such as pale blue and hot pink, offset against a dark fabric background.

Titled Winter Flowers, the designer said the collection hoped to convey a “message of grace and hope, intertwined with the power and energy of nature and the life cycle of our planet”, in a post to its Instagram page alongside a video of the runway show.

It added: “Flowers that bloom even in the depths of winter, heralding beauty and regrowth, adorn the garments in this collection, emphasising their airy, fluid forms and the sense of harmonious elegance that underpins the essence of Giorgio Armani’s work.”

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