Rosamund Pike is up for Finest Actress in a Movement Image at this 12 months’s Golden Globe Awards.
The British actress is nominated for her function in “I Care a Lot” within the Comedy or Musical class. Over the previous 20 years, Pike has graced the pink carpet in elegantly female appears. For final 12 months’s Golden Globe awards the “Gone Lady” actress wore a sublime black costume that featured cut-out detailing. She paired the costume with a shiny silver jacket. The ensemble coated her footwear for the night.
Pike was 21 years outdated when she auditioned for her first function movie, which occurred to be a James Bond film. She starred as Miranda Frost in “Die One other Day” in 2002.
On the premiere, the actress was completely 2000s in her backless camisole costume and metallic sandals.
Since her massive break, Pike has favored easy but stylish attire and robes for pink carpets and vogue occasions. Quick-forward to the 2008 Academy Awards, the “Radioactive” actress opted for a extra minimal model within the type of an asymmetrical-strapped canary yellow robe that was flooring size.
Off the pink carpet, Pike enjoys taking extra vogue dangers. In 2008, the actress was noticed on the LAX Airport sporting a fedora, pink scarf and a leopard print jacket. She topped off her journey look with a pair of cowboy boots.
One other daring look Pike pulled off on the LAX was in 2018 when she was noticed in florescent yellow fight boots. The actress styled the assertion sneakers with a trench coat, a graphic T-shirt and denims.
A lot of Pike’s pink carpet appears contain floor-length robes that cowl her sneakers. When she does put on short-length attire for occasions and premieres, the actress opts for elegant pumps and sandals.
Most just lately, Pike has ventured out of her typical consolation zone of sporting elegant robes to premieres. Earlier than the pandemic, the actress wore a vibrant pink silk swimsuit with Stuart Weitzman heels to the “Radioactive” premiere in London.
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