Florence Pugh is back in the spotlight for Netflix’s The Wonder, a scandal-free adaptation of Emma Donoghue’s novel set in mid-nineteenth-century Ireland, following the release of her critically acclaimed film Don’t Worry, Darling, which was relentlessly scrutinized. The 26-year-old chose to forgo character-themed attire for the drama’s London Film Festival debut on October 7 in favor of a welcome burst of full-on glitz thanks to Valentino.
For the event, stylist Rebecca Corbin-Murray chose a vivid coral dress from the Italian house’s most recent couture show in the Piazza di Spagna. The gorgeous dress had layers of translucent fabric with boudoir-style feather trim, a structured bikini-style top with a peekaboo cutout at the torso, and a matching skirt.
She accessorized with a variety of diamond jewelry, including elaborate chandelier earrings, stacked bracelets made of diamonds and topaz, and an enormous flower-shaped ring.
For LFF, Corbin-Murray added a purposefully eccentric accessory—a handbag in the form of a birdcage—to the feather-trimmed confection. The actress, for her part, embraced the dress’ whimsical quality and delightedly twirled for the photographers along the red carpet to show off its delicate design. And for drinks at Soho House later on? In a puff-sleeved Rodarte dress, Florence amplified the nightgown trend.
Following the film’s premiere, Florence Pugh attended a cocktail party at Soho House wearing Rodarte.
With numerous of her Valentino outfits sparking conversations over the past few months, the Little Women actress is the red-carpet star to watch. She released the nipple once more over the weekend in an opulent mesh ensemble from the Italian design brand, which included a maxi skirt and a crop top with a sheer cut collar. Both items had a floral pattern covered with sparkling sequins.
With her hair pulled back in a mullet style, she completed the ensemble with a pair of strappy metallic golden heels and a white Valentino Garavani One Stud Handbag (SHOP HERE).