The New York Times' T Magazine has unveiled a fresh new digital look on its website, and Cate Blanchett leads the charge of the redesign. The Australian actress takes pride of place for the Autumn issue in a crisp black and white photoshoot, lensed by Karim Sadli and styled by Joe McKenna.
"Hollywood actress...That's what they say about you when they want to insult you." Cate Blanchett
The magazine travelled to Sydney to sit down with Blanchett who is currently starring in her husband, Andrew Upton's adaptation of Chekhov's The Present at the Sydney Theatre Company. The theatrical organisation is close to her heart, as it offered her her first acting break, and was the lure back to her native Australia in 2008, when her and Upton took over the running of the company. "We do everything together," she comments, of the work, and undoubtedly all aspects of the couple's life.
She also takes the opportunity to shun the Hollywood scene. She exclaims that she does not like the phrase 'Hollywood actress.' "That's what they say about you when they want to insult you," she remarks.
Take a look at the interview in full here and learn more about Blanchett's balance of control and chaos...