Cate Blanchett fastens trousers with a gold pin at the Venice Film Festival

She is known for her impeccable sense of style on the red carpet.

And Cate Blanchett further cemented her status as a style icon when she posed on the red carpet at the Venice Film Festival on Thursday.

The 53-year-old Australian film star added an edgy touch to her outfit by pinning the bottom of her hareem pants with a gold emblem.

Divine: Cate Blanchett further cemented her status as a style icon when she posed on the red carpet at the Venice Film Festival on Thursday

Divine: Cate Blanchett further cemented her status as a style icon when she posed on the red carpet at the Venice Film Festival on Thursday

Gold touch: The 53-year-old Australian film star added an edgy touch to her outfit by pinning the bottom of her hareem pants with a gold emblem

Gold touch: The 53-year-old Australian film star added an edgy touch to her outfit by pinning the bottom of her hareem pants with a gold emblem

The Melbourne-born beauty certainly turned heads in the baby blue outfit, which was fitted at the waist and featured a thin belt with a shimmering gold buckle.

She added a blue collarless shirt with flowy sleeves and a black hemline, pairing the look with Ray-Ban aviators.

Cate upped her height with towering white leather stiletto heels as she posed for cameras.

Strut: The Melbourne-born beauty was sure to turn heads in the baby blue outfit, which was fitted at the waist and featured a skinny belt with a shimmering gold buckle

Strut: The Melbourne-born beauty was sure to turn heads in the baby blue outfit, which was fitted at the waist and featured a skinny belt with a shimmering gold buckle

Best foot forward: Cate upped her height with a pair of towering white leather stiletto heels as she posed for cameras

Best foot forward: Cate upped her height with a pair of towering white leather stiletto heels as she posed for cameras

Sporting a natural makeup look and opting for minimal jewelry, the mother-of-four wore her famous blonde bob down and tucked it behind her ears.

The Oscar winner is promoting Tár, a drama from In the Bedroom director Todd Field.

Filmed in Berlin last year, the plot follows Blanchett’s character Lydia Tár as she rises to become the first female conductor of a German orchestra.

New role: The Oscar winner is promoting Tár, a drama from Todd Field (pictured together), director of In the Bedroom

New role: The Oscar winner is promoting Tár, a drama from Todd Field (pictured together), director of In the Bedroom

The trailer hints that the film will explore themes of power and madness.

This is only the third film Field has made and his first since 2007’s Little Children. Despite its limited production, Field’s films have been nominated for eight Academy Awards.

Meanwhile, viewers might be shocked at how Blanchett has transformed for the role.

The Lord of the Rings star, looking much older and without makeup, starts the preview and stares off into space.

Eye-catching: Sporting a natural makeup look and opting for minimal jewelry, the mother-of-four pulled her famous blonde bob down and tucked it behind her ears

Eye-catching: Sporting a natural makeup look and opting for minimal jewelry, the mother-of-four pulled her famous blonde bob down and tucked it behind her ears

Cast: Noemie Merlant, Sophie Kauer, Nina Hoss, Cate Blanchett and director Todd Field attended the photocall for

Cast: Noemie Merlant, Sophie Kauer, Nina Hoss, Cate Blanchett and director Todd Field attended the photocall for “Tar” at the 79th Venice International Film Festival

She’s wearing a green shirt, her long blond hair is tousled, and she looks tense and nervous.

As classical choral music plays on the soundtrack, white smoke rises from Lydia’s mouth in slow motion, eventually obscuring her entire face.

A voiceover suggests the film touches on the impact of the “global pandemic on our culture.”

Upcoming: Filmed in Berlin last year, the storyline follows Blanchett's character Lydia Tár as she rises to become the first female conductor of a German orchestra

Upcoming: Filmed in Berlin last year, the storyline follows Blanchett’s character Lydia Tár as she rises to become the first female conductor of a German orchestra

Looking Good: Noemie Merlant, Sophie Kauer, Nina Hoss, Cate Blanchett and director Todd Field

Looking Good: Noemie Merlant, Sophie Kauer, Nina Hoss, Cate Blanchett and director Todd Field

“There are other kinds of plagues that afflict us,” the narrator continues.

“Power, true power, requires camouflage… and if you’re going to put on that mask… you must stand before God and the public and obliterate yourself.”

The trailer ends with Blanchett’s character, Lydia, dramatically conducting a full orchestra.

Blanchett stars alongside Mark Strong (Cruella) and Nina Hoss (Homeland).

The 53-year-old Oscar winner plays the quirky role of a composer in Tár

The 53-year-old Oscar winner plays the quirky role of a composer in Tár

The trailer hints that the film will explore themes of power and madness

The trailer hints that the film will explore themes of power and madness

It comes after Blanchett received the Chaplin Award in New York in April.

Established in 1972 and named after Charlie Chaplin, the award is presented to recognize the career and contribution of artists who have shaped the medium.

A regular at the global awards show, Blanchett has received significant awards from around the world, including two Academy Awards, three BAFTAs, three Screen Actors Guild Awards and an Order of Australia.

Blanchett (center) conducts an orchestra in another scene from the trailer

Blanchett (center) conducts an orchestra in another scene from the trailer

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Greg Norman

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