Jodie Foster looks casual in jeans and a blue T-shirt as she enjoys a relaxing pampering day in Los Angeles
Jodie Foster cut a casual figure as she stepped into Los Angeles after getting her nails done on Wednesday.
The Silence of the Lambs actress, 58, looked relaxed as she wore a graphic blue T-shirt and black jeans after her beauty treatments.
The star kept this casual for her pampering session, wearing a black and white gingham face mask and framing her face with circular sunglasses.
Chilled: Jodie Foster, 58, cut a casual figure in a blue graphic tee and black jeans as she stepped out in Los Angeles after getting her nails done on Wednesday
Jodie looked chilled as she wore comfy black sandals, showing off her freshly painted toes, and carried her things in a black shoulder bag.
Her dark brown, medium length locks stood to one side as she blew in the California summer breeze.
The Hollywood star’s outing is a far cry from her recent glamorous presence at the 74th annual Cannes Film Festival, where she received an honorary Palm d’Or.
More than 40 years after her debut at the festival, Jodie received the festival’s Lifetime Achievement Award, the highest honor at the event.
Get out: The Silence of the Lambs actress looked relaxed, wearing a black and white gingham face mask and comfy black sandals
Jodie was just 13 years old when she made her debut at the Palais Croisette in 1976 for the critically acclaimed film Taxi Driver, which won the Palme d’Or.
Jodie said before: ‘Cannes is a festival to which I owe so much, it has completely changed my life. Although I had directed before, my first time on the Croisette was a defining moment for me.
“It has always been a dream of mine to show one of my films here. In fact, I have had several opportunities to fulfill my dream. Cannes is a film festival of author-filmmakers who honor artists. And I really appreciate that.
“I’m flattered that Cannes has thought of me and I’m very honored to share a few words of wisdom or narrate an adventure or two with a new generation of filmmakers.”
Wow: The star’s casual outing is a far cry from her recent glamorous presence at the Cannes Film Festival, where she received an honorary Palm d’Or (pictured at Annette’s premiere)
Seven of Foster’s films, both as an actress and as a filmmaker, have been screened at the Cannes Film Festival over the years.
Cannes President Pierre Lescure added: ‘Jodie has given us a great gift by coming to celebrate the return of the Festival on the Croisette.
“Her aura is unparalleled: she embodies modernity, the radiant intelligence of independence and the need for freedom.”
In a statement, Deputy General Thierry Frémaux said: “Jodie never stops reinventing herself. She asks questions with her penetrating gaze, learns from others, and is willing to give up her beliefs to forge a new moral. Do what’s fair.
‘An idea she tries to convey in the decisions she makes as an actress and director, and which makes her so precious in our confusing times. We will honor her with warmth and admiration!’
Award-winning: Speaking of the star-studded event, Jodie previously said: ‘Cannes is a festival I owe so much to, it completely changed my life’ (photo at the event)