The Valentino Haute Couture Fall/Winter 2023/2024 show witnessed some daring looks and we're not just talking about on the runway. Hollywood star Florence Pugh was seated in the front row. About one year after her sheer dress moment in last summer's haute couture show, Florence stunned by going braless in a completely see-through gown. The outfit was made from billowing lilac tulle. The halter-neck gown featured a plunging square neckline. Whatever was left of the drama, was added through the ruffled collar and OTT black bow behind it. Its low back, and dramatic train, made the spotlight remain constantly on her. Florence completed her look with black sky-high platform pumps and a matching bag. Her look achieved the edgy touch through her cotton-candy-pink pixie cut. The subtle glitz was added by Tiffany diamond earrings and rings.
Florence Pugh earned the title of trailblazer in the sheer trend last year at Valentino's Fall/Winter 2022 Haute Couture. In Rome, she not only joined the Barbiecore trend but also went braless in her pink tulle gown. The Valentino outfit showcased a backless and halter neck detailing. Its ruffled collar added to the drama. Her septum piercing and matching studs complemented her look. OTT platform block heels and matching miniature sling gave her the final touch.
Florence Pugh repeated history at Valentino's Paris Fashion Week dinner. For the occasion, she might have ditched the gowns but not the see-through trend. The actress wore a completely embellished beige sheer co-ord set. The outfit featured a crop top and a straight maxi skirt. With a collared neck and plunging neckline, the outfit also featured full sleeves. The maxi skirt came with an asymmetrical floor-gazing hem. Its see-through element gave it a bold spin. The golden necklace and subtle earrings went well with the look. She carried her signature septum piercing along. A sleek wet hairdo sealed the look for her.
Florence Pugh was last seen in Morgan Freeman's A Good Person. The actress is gearing up for the release of Christopher Nolan's directorial Oppenheimer, which will hit the theatres on July 21.Comments