Claire Foy was rocking a whole new look when she stepped out for Dior’s Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week show on Monday afternoon.
The actress, 37, was sporting blonde-hued tresses and opted for a subdued make-up look, a far cry from her prim and proper appearance in Netflix’s The Crown.
Claire teamed her eye-catching new ‘do with a chic strappy black midi dress and added a touch of grunge to the elegant ensemble, swapping heels for patent leather boots.
New look: Claire Foy, 37, was rocking a whole new look when she stepped out for Dior’s Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week show on Monday afternoon
Chic: Claire teamed her eye-catching new ‘do with a chic strappy black midi dress and added a touch of grunge to the elegant ensemble, swapping heels for patent leather boots
The star added a draped white coat to her ensemble and effortlessly worked her best angles before taking her seat on the FROW.
Nipping in her timeless frock with a slim belt, Claire showcased her trim physique.
She flashed a hint of skin beneath her dress’ hemline and posed with fellow A-listers Rosamund Pike and Cara Delevingne.
Rosamund looked super chic in a statement beaded veil.
FROW ready: Dior’s Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week show enticed the a-list on Monday afternoon
The net veil covered her face and was studded with delicate pearl detail.
The fashion fan teamed her headpiece with a padded, full length coat which was belted at the waist. A collared white shirt and black tie peeked out underneath.
Model and actress Cara stuck to her favoured androgynous style with an oversized black jacket embellished with Dior’s branding.
Stunning duo: Claire posed for photos with friend and fellow actress Rosamund Pike, who looked super chic in a statement beaded veil
She layered the jacket over a thigh-skimming mini dress to show off her long legs.
The stars had VIP seats for Maria Grazia Chiuri’s stunning opening collection for Paris Haute Couture Week.
The show is one of 16 live runways taking place during the week, up from eight runway shows last season with COVID severely limiting which fashion houses could stage a public event.
Another seven houses will stage physical and video presentations for editors and clients this year; and a further six will be purely digital displays.
Making a statement: Rosamund’s gorgeous net veil covered her face and was studded with delicate pearl detail
Turning heads: The fashion fan teamed her headpiece with a padded, full length coat which was belted at the waist. A collared white shirt and black tie peeked out underneath
Fashion fan: Model and actress Cara Delevingne stuck to her favoured androgynous style with an oversized black jacket
Leggy: She layered the jacket over a thigh-skimming mini dress to show off her long legs and added a pair of classic loafers
Statement piece: Cara showed off the diamante detail on the back of her jacket as she posed up a storm for the cameras
Meanwhile, Claire has been busy promoting her latest movie, The Electrical Life of Louis Wain, in which she stars with Benedict Cumberbatch.
The acclaimed actress recently admitted she didn’t feel comfortable with the level of success she had following her stint on Netflix’s The Crown.
The actress portrayed Queen Elizabeth II in the first two seasons of the royal drama, with her performance earning her a plethora of accolades including two Primetime Emmy Awards, a Golden Globe Award, and two Screen Actors Guild Awards.
Spot of colour: Riverdale actress Madelaine Petsch turned heads in her bright green blazer while Lady Amelia Windsor wowed in black tulle and socks and loafers
Lights, camera, action! Russian model Natalia Vodianova stood out in her Dior tweed and dazzling jewels as she arrived
Sitting pretty: Nadia Tereszkiewicz, Lady Amelia Windsor, Stella Banderas and Camille Rowe took their seats at the Rodin
However, speaking about her triumphs on the podcast Reign with Josh Smith, Claire confessed that she felt that she didn’t ‘deserve’ such accolades and said of her success: ‘I wish I had been able to enjoy it more.’
She explained: ‘I think it makes me feel uncomfortable, is what I’ve learned.
‘Not that going to the parties and lovely people being really nice to you is amazing and is wonderful for people to enjoy things that you’ve done, but I felt uncomfortable with it because I basically, fundamentally didn’t think I deserved it.
‘So that’s no fun, is it? That’s not nice because basically you just feel like it’s even more hollow, I suppose.’
The TV star went on to say that she ‘wishes’ she ‘had been able to enjoy it more’, but noted: ‘But I don’t think, in all honesty, I don’t think I ever would’ve done. I think I just don’t know whether that’s necessarily in my character.’
Suits you: Stella Banderas, the actress daughter of Melanie Griffith and Antonio Banderas looked suprt chic in a red blazer and mini and classic Dior accessories while actress and model Patricia Contreras also wowed in red
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