Florence Pugh Turns Heads with Her Glamorous Look at Venice Film Festival!
- Florence Pugh makes a stylish entry at the 2022 Venice Film Festival.
- The actress wore a stunning Valentino gown at the premiere of her new movie.
- She stars alongside Harry Styles in her new film Don’t Worry Darling.
Florence Pugh wears a Valentino dress at the premiere of her new movie in Venice
Florence Pugh surely knows how to rule the red carpet.
The actress looked like a shining star as she graced the red carpet at the Venice Film Festival for the premiere of her new movie Don’t Worry Darling.
The 26-year-old looked stunning in a shimmery Valentino dress that featured voluminous ballon-style sleeves and a deep split front.
Flo looked confident as she posed for the cameras despite the drama including her and her director Olivia Wilde.
Underneath the sheer overlay which scattered with both rounds that consisted of a sweeping train, she wore a black bandeau bra top and high-waisted shorts.
The look was nothing like the nipple-bearing dress that she wore to the Valentino Haute Couture show just a couple of months ago.
The Little Women actress styled her hair in a simple, slick wave and wore high heels featuring a bow at the ankle and catch feather trim tied to her legs.
Pugh was absent from the press meet
She accessorized her look with plenty of Tiffany & Co. diamonds including a platinum and diamond collar necklace, and two pairs of diamond earrings. Furthermore, the actress wore rings in aquamarine and blue spinel from the famous brand.
Earlier on Monday, the actress looked divine in another Valentino look for her much-awaited arrival in Venice. She rocked an all-purple outfit with shorts, a top, and a matching unbuttoned shirt.
But the actress didn’t make it to the press conference.
Her director Olivia Wilde,38, addressed her absence and told the crowd that Pugh was a force and expressed her gratitude that she could be present at the premiere despite being busy with the production for Dune 2 in Budapest.
“As for all the endless tabloid gossip and noise out there, the internet feeds itself. I don’t feel I need to contribute to it.”