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Cate Blanchett looks stylish in a check blazer and skinny trousers as she leaves Venice after city's first socially distanced film festival comes to an end

By Jason Chester for MailOnline

Published: 07:25 BST, 14 September 2020 | Updated: 07:25 BST, 14 September 2020

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With the dust settling on a very different Venice Film Festival it was a stylish Cate Blanchett who bid farewell to the picturesque Italian city for another year on Sunday. 

The Australian actress, 51, caught the eye in a check blazer and skinny leather trousers as she left her hotel following the festival's closing ceremony the previous evening. 

She added to her look with a classic white T-shirt, while tasteful black leather ankle boots rounded things off.  

She's off: With the dust settling on a very different Venice Film Festival it was a stylish Cate Blanchett who bid farewell to the picturesque Italian city for another year on Sunday

She's off: With the dust settling on a very different Venice Film Festival it was a stylish Cate Blanchett who bid farewell to the picturesque Italian city for another year on Sunday

In accordance with current safety guidelines the actress covered her instantly recognisable features with a face mask while making her way to the airport.

The previous evening Cate, who served on this year's Venice jury, joined the celebrations as  US-produced Nomadland won the coveted Golden Lion prize.

The film - directed by Chinese-born Chloé Zhao - stars Oscar winner Frances McDormand as a widow who lives as a nomad after the 2008 economic crisis.

Looking good: The Australian actress, 51, caught the eye in a check blazer and skinny leather trousers as she left her hotel following the festival's closing ceremony the previous evening

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