Florence Pugh Wears a Cutout Gown With a Dangerously Low Plunge

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Florence Pugh quickly rose to the top in Hollywood with roles in films like “Little Women” and “Midsommar” (in fact, she earned an Oscar nomination for her part in “Little Women”), but that’s not the only reason we’ve taken notice. The British actress, who works with stylist Rebecca Corbin-Murray, has caught our eye thanks to her amazing fashion sense at red carpets and events, championing bold, skin-revealing silhouettes. She’s never afraid to try new trends or form her own boundaries – and that’s the reason her outfits are some of the most talked about.

Currently a muse for Valentino’s Pierpaolo Piccioli, the 27-year-old star has been sporting many of the designer’s couture and ready-to-wear pieces straight off the runway. From the voluminous full-sleeved gown she partnered with hot pants at the 2023 Oscars to the thong-exposing naked skirt she wore to the fall 2023 show at Paris Fashion Week, the “Don’t Worry Darling” actress continues to impress, routinely attracted to sheer elements, leggy hemlines, and striking cutouts.

Most recently, Pugh stepped out for the “Oppenheimer” UK premiere in yet another Valentino haute couture ensemble to write home about. The scarlet gown, with its slashes at the sides and deep, plunging neckline, was an adjustment on the design as it was first debuted, which originally boasted a drop-waist silhouette. Tweaked to fit her frame, the look was both sultry and glamorous, with a completely open back that gave way to a floor-sweeping train. Pugh accessorized with diamond hoops, studs, and rings, rocking her buzz-cut hairstyle with a fiery, golden tinge. Her lips were painted a plum-berry shade, and she flaunted a subtle cat eye.

Ahead, catch another angle of Pugh on the “Oppenheimer” red carpet, then see more of her noteworthy looks.

Additional reporting by Nikita Charuza

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