MoMA Film Benefit presented by CHANEL

MoMA Film Benefit presented by CHANEL


MoMA Film Benefit presented by CHANEL

A Tribute to Cate Blanchett. Tuesday, November 17th – New York, USA

MoMA’s (Museum Of Modern Art) film benefit honor is one of the most prestigious during the awards season. Previous honorees include Tilda Swinton, Quentin Tarantino, Pedro Almodovar, Kathryn Bigelow, Tim Burton  and Baz Luhrmann.

Cate Blanchett won the 2014 best actress Oscar for ‘Blue Jasmine’ and the 2005 best supporting actress Oscar for ‘The Aviator’. She is expected to be at the Oscars as the titular heroine in Todd  Haynes’ period drama ‘Carol’, which received rave reviews at the Cannes Film Festival.

She also stars alongside Robert Redford in the highly anticipated drama Truth about the scandal that erupted over a Dan Rather news report challenging President George W. Bush’s military service (both Carol and Truthopen theatrically later this year).

The MoMA benefit is highlighted by a tribute recognizing Cate Blanchett’s onscreen career.

Cate Blanchett, receiving MoMa’s Film Benefit Honor, wore a black long-sleeved embroidered dress in silk tulle and taffeta, look 63, from the Haute Couture Fall-Winter 2015/16 collection.

Diane Kruger, face of CHANEL skincare, wore a white and blue organza dress, Look 88, from the Spring-Summer 2016 Ready-to-Wear collection. CHANEL bag. CHANEL Fine Jewelry: “Perle de Rosée” ring in 18K white gold, diamonds, spinels, moonstones and cultured pearls. CHANEL Make-up.

The American singer Halsey, performing at the event, wore for the red carpet a black tweed jacket, look 51, from the Cruise 2015/16 collection, CHANEL bag and shoes. During her performance she wore a black sequins jacket embroidered with multicolor flowers, look 80, from the Cruise 2015/16 collection. CHANEL shoes. CHANEL Fine Jewelry – on the red carpet: “Perle de Rosée” necklace in 18K white gold, diamonds, black and grey spinels, moonstones and cultured pearls and “1932” ring in 18K white gold and diamonds. CHANEL Fine Jewelry – for the performance: “Géode” earclip  in 18K white gold and diamonds and “Entrelacs d’Étoiles” ring in 18K white and yellow gold and diamonds. CHANEL Make-up.

The Australian actress Rose Byrne wore a black silk dress. CHANEL bag and shoes. CHANEL Fine Jewelry: “Symphony” earrings in 18K white gold and diamonds, and “Soleil” ring in 18K white gold, diamonds and a yellow diamond. CHANEL Make-up.

The French film director of ‘Mustang’ Deniz Gamze Erguven wore a white tweed dress, look 25, from the Spring-Summer 2016 Act 1 Ready-to-Wear collection. CHANEL bag and shoes.

Also attended and wearing CHANEL: the American actress Carson Meyer,  the American socialite Jen Brill, the British fashion stylist for Vogue US Tabitha Simmons and the American stylist Vanessa Traina.

– Also attended: the American actress Rooney Mara, the co-chairs: the American director Martin Scorsese and artist Cindy Sherman; the American director Todd Haynes,  the American film producer Harvey Weinstein, the American actors Kyle Chandler and Bobby Cannavale, the American actress Sarah Paulson, the English actor Ralph Fiennes and the artist Dan Colen.