Cate Blanchett delivered a formidable speech on the InStyle Awards this week as she spoke about sexual harassment amid the Harvey Weinstein scandal.
“Women like looking sexy but it doesn’t mean we want to f**k you,” she informed the target market as she accredited her Style Icon award on Monday. “No one says to Steve Bannon, ‘You look like a bag of trash. Do you want me to throw you out?’
“But the feedback that get stated about what ladies put on at the crimson carpet, I mean, when you troll via the ones trolls on the web – simply don’t.”
The actress additionally took the chance to thank her favorite type titans, announcing: “For me, the real icons of favor, and I believe there’s a little bit of a theme rising right here this night, it’s that for me it’s at all times the ones ladies who’ve been totally themselves with out apology—whose bodily presence and their aesthetic is actually built-in in a non-self-conscious approach.”
She added: “Women who know the way they give the impression of being, it’s no longer all of who they’re but simply an extension of that, and it’s about ladies who be happy to put on what they want once they want and the way they want to put on it.”