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» About : She evoked Old Hollywood glamour at the Met Gala on Monday.But Alicia Vikander cut a far more casual figure when she was glimpsed enjoying a stroll in New York City the following day.The 29-year-old teamed charcoal jeans with matching flats and bundled up in a scarlet half-turtleneck, popping on tortoiseshell cat-eye sunglasses.Gothenburg-born Alicia, who married 40-year-old Michael Fassbender last year, slung on a cross-body purse and two pairs of hoop earrings.The previous day, Alicia, who stars in the new Tomb Raider reboot, donned a Louis Vuitton gown with a silver motif on a black field for the Met Gala. Share this article Share In a subtle nod to the event's Catholic 'Heavenly Bodies' theme, the half-turtlenecked outfit featured a sort of white cowl, and silver patterns resembled clouds.With her hair slicked severely back and wound into a tight updo, Alicia faintly recalled Audrey Hepburn, slipping on a pair of black opera-length gloves. Lara Croft originated in the Tomb Raider video game franchise launched in 1996, and was immortalized by Angelina Jolie in two movies, one in 2001 and one in 2003.The new film, directed by Alicia's fellow Scandinavian Roar Uthaug, also stars Dominic West, Walton Goggins, Daniel Wu and Kristin Scott Thomas.With a screenplay by Geneva Robertson-Dworet and Alastiar Siddons and a score by Junkie XL, Tomb Raider bowed in the UK March 14 and the US March 16.The Oscar-winner told the BUILD Series part of her 'preparation' for Tomb Raider was to spend evenings playing entries in the video game franchise.Appearing on The One Show recently, Alicia shared hostess Alex Jones' feeling of being 'disappointed' at how few female characters were in the film.Heaping praise on her co-star, the 'extraordinary actress' Kristin Scott Thomas, Alicia said: 'I was wondering, I was like: "On this island, there is not enough women. Where are they?" I was running around, looking for them.'