Style Rosamund Pike cuts an elegant figure at Dior's PFW show
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Have your cake and eat it too.
She's no stranger to putting on a stylish display at many a showbiz event.
And Rosamund Pike once again cut a very elegant figure on Tuesday as she attended the Dior Womenswear Spring/Summer 2022 show at the Jardin des Tuileries in Paris.
The actress, 42, wowed in a black knitted jumper paired with a billowing white pleated skirt as she walked the red carpet ahead of the show amid Paris Fashion Week.
Rosamund appeared in great spirits as she flashed a dazzling smile while greeting photographers in her chic, monochrome ensemble.
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The Gone Girl star added a stylish pair of black t-bar sandals to her black and white look, while opting to forgo a handbag for the occasion.
The beauty kept her cropped blonde locks loose, while she highlighted her natural beauty with a minimal make-up palette.
Rosamund appeared in her element at the stylish event, even stopping to pose for a snap with stylist Maria Grazia Chiuri.
In March this year, Rosamund revealed that she bizarrely buries all her awards in the garden because she finds it 'awkward' to display them.
The 42-year-old British born actress, who snagged a Golden Globe for her role in I Care A Lot, shared that instead of putting the coveted accolades on her mantle she prefers to 'bury' them in the garden with just a 'little bit showing.'
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Speaking about her preferred method of storage in conversation withon her , Pike argued that she finds it 'awkward' to display them, before elaborating.
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When asked if the rumour about her award habit was true, the actress confirmed it, adding it was probably a 'deeply psychological' type of 'imposter syndrome'.
Rosamund so humbly shared that it just came down to her feeling 'uneasy' about being too showy.
'I find it an uneasy thing to display any award in your home. How do people interact with them when they come home?
'I think it's awkward so I bury them in the garden with a little bit showing up so you can have a glimpse of a hand or maybe a crown or the globe maybe,' she said.
Pike added that she finds it 'amusing' to think about the people who will eventually purchase her home and find all the stashed pieces of metal amid her flowers.
'In the future when I'm dead and gone or when somebody else buys the house they'll be landscaping and think they've found buried treasure,' she shared, adding: 'They're probably centuries ahead and won't even have [the awards] anymore.'
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