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Add this to the list of wacky stunts Tilda Swinton has pulled, right after sleep in a glass box at the Museum of Modern Art and remain mute for five years, naturally.
On Thursday night at the premiere of Wes Anderson's The Grand Budapest Hotel at the Berlin International Film Festival, the Oscar winner paired her tailored black suit and ruffled white blouse with, well, we're not exactly sure what to call them but we'll go with: feather-adorned flip flops.
The entire look including the thong sandals are from Schiaparelli spring collection, which debuted at Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week last month, and Tilda is the first to wear the ensemble since it hit the runway.
Since quirky is her signature style this look isn't exactly shocking. What is a bit surprising is her decision to go with open-toed shoes in the middle of winter in Germany. But at least she sported a fresh pedi!
One day earlier the actress was cold weather appropriate at the flick's photocall. She rocked a simple black dress with patching pumps topped with a thick herringbone overcoat by Valentino.