Florence Pugh Stuns in a Pink Minidress and 6-Inch Platform Pumps

Florence Pugh Stuns in a Pink Minidress and 6-Inch Platform Pumps

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Don’t Worry Darling” actress Florence Pugh was one of the many stars to attend Paris Fashion Week this season, stepping out in a series of Valentino looks in honor of Creative Director Pierpaolo Piccioli’s spring/summer 2023 collection debut at Le Carreau du Temple on Sunday, Oct. 2.

Dreamed up alongside her stylist Rebecca Corbin-Murray, Pugh was first spotted in a more casual look on Oct. 1, consisting of a black tweed double-breasted blazer with white piping layered over a sheer white blouse, ripped jeans, V-logo cat-eye sunglasses, and two of the brand’s signature accessories: the Small One Stud Nappa Handbag in ivory and Tan-Go Platform Pumps, both of which she sported more than once. Known to stack on plenty of jewelry, the 26-year-old star also wore delicate drop earrings, a gold tassel necklace from her own collection, and stacking rings in mixed metals.

That evening, Pugh stepped out in a completely sheer, champagne-colored two-piece set accented with sequins, furthering the glamour with Fernando Jorge diamonds. Hairstylist Peter Lux combed her hair into a wet-effect bob, and makeup artist Hung Vanngo provided a smoky metallic eye and peach-pink blush and lip color. “Trust the button. #Valentino,” Pugh wrote on Instagram to celebrate her moment in the risqué crop top.

Pugh’s final appearance was to sit front row alongside “Emily in Paris”‘s Ashley Park and Dove Cameron, who was also a VIP at Mônot. Here, Pugh styled an elegant white cape over a fitted, chain-link-print turtleneck minidress, finishing the ensemble with the same patent-leather heels, Mejuri earrings, and her own glittering, custom take on the Locò embroidered small shoulder bag.

Pugh’s previous red carpet outings in the label are quite memorable, including the front-slit ballgown she wore at the Venice Film Festival on Sept. 5 and the sheer pink tulle number she wore to the couture show in Rome on July 8, which resulted in internet-wide criticism for putting her breasts on display. Pugh later posted a confident message about body image to her feed, and it came as no surprise that designer Piccioli himself praised her post, writing, “Respect❤️.”

In exchange, Pugh was happy to applaud her friend on Tuesday, Oct. 4, after her time spent in Paris. “It’s always a pleasure @maisonvalentino 🌸 @pppiccioli thank you for your love and talent, it was such a special weekend. Congratulations and well done x,” she wrote.

Ahead, get a rundown of Pugh’s Paris outfits and shop some key pieces she wore.