Florence Pugh Wears Valentino To The Venice Film Festival

Florence Pugh is a shining star in Venice.

The “Don’t Worry Darling” actress shone in an off-the-shoulder, black tulle dress by Valentino for the film’s premiere at the Venice Film Festival Monday night — looking unmolested amid the drama that saw her and director Olivia Wilde were involved.

Miss Flo, 26, posed confidently in the glittering creation, featuring voluminous balloon-style sleeves and a stunning front slit.

The sheer overlay, which was dotted with both round and star-shaped silver sequins, ended in a flowing train as she walked the red carpet.

Underneath, the “Little Women” actress wore a black bandeau bra top and high-waisted boy shorts that were also covered in the same sequin pattern — a departure from the controversial nipple-trimmed dress she rocked to the Valentino Haute Couture show in July.

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Pugh’s Valentino dress is from the designer’s Fall/Winter 2022 couture collection.

She wore her hair in a simple, swept back wave and accessorized her glamorous black heeled dress with a bow at the ankle and dramatic feathers that ran down her legs.

Pugh — who recently hit fans who only seem to care about her sex scenes with Harry Styles in the film — added some serious sparkle with plenty of Tiffany & Co. gems. She wore a platinum and diamond necklace, two pairs of diamond earrings and rings in aquamarine and blue spinel, according to a press release from the brand.

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Pugh rocked a leaf-style diamond necklace from Tiffany & Co. and matching diamond earrings.
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Earlier Monday, the actress rocked another Valentino look for her highly anticipated arrival in Venice. The all purple ensemble consisted of shorts, a bandeau top and a matching unbuttoned shirt over it.

As for the film’s press conference, Pugh never showed up.

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Pugh showed off her boy shorts on the red carpet.
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Wilde, 38, addressed her absence, telling the crowd that the actress was “a force” and expressing her gratitude that Pugh was able to make the premiere “despite being in production” for “Dune 2” in Budapest.

“As for all the endless gossip and noise out there, the internet feeds itself,” Wilde added. “I don’t feel like I have to contribute to that.”

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