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Harper’s Bazaar – Florence Pugh Is Just Being Honest

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Florence Pugh knew it was going to be a thing. At Valentino’s couture show in Rome this past July, the 26-year-old British-born actor wore a Barbie-pink gown with layers of tulle and a completely sheer top. After she tried on the dress, Pugh and designer Pierpaolo Piccioli decided to remove the lining, eliminating any confusion over the intentionality of the gown’s transparency. “I was comfortable with my small breasts,” she tells me while sipping a glass of rosé from a cozy hotel room in the English countryside. “And showing them like that—it aggravated [people] that I was comfortable.”

Pugh received a deluge of internet nastiness. “It was just alarming, how perturbed they were,” she says. “They were so angry that I was confident, and they wanted to let me know that they would never wank over me. Well, don’t.” Pugh expanded on this sentiment on Instagram, excoriating her body-shaming trolls: “Why are you so scared of breasts? Small? Large? Left? Right? Only one? Maybe none? What. Is. So. Terrifying.” The post has now been liked more than 2.3 million times.

“I feel like I am now getting into this groove in my career where I know what I can take, what I can give, and what I will not accept anymore.”

Fans have come to expect this kind of no-BS fiery candor from Pugh. Since making her big-screen debut in 2015 as a teenage girl reckoning with her own sexuality in Carol Morley’s The Falling, she has built a career playing women who refuse to be silenced. Over the past seven years, she’s acted in almost two dozen projects, including her breakout performances in a pair of 2019 films, Ari Aster’s indie horror hit Midsommar and Greta Gerwig’s adaptation of the beloved classic Little Women, the latter of which earned her an Oscar nomination for Best Supporting Actress.

“What was really noticeable to me about Florence, and why I think she represents her generation in such an iconic way, is that she really is in her own skin. She’s incredibly grounded, but she’s also just so self-assured,” says Scarlett Johansson, who costarred with Pugh in the 2021 Marvel movie Black Widow. “I was not self-possessed in that same way when I was in my early to mid-20s. I still was growing up in the industry in that time when you had to be really pandering in order to be accepted. And she doesn’t have any of that at all. She’s unapologetically herself. There’s a reliability to her.”

Johansson would know. She recounts filming an action scene where she and Pugh were “I don’t know, 30 stories in the air, strapped to this pole,” and chatting about relationships. The director called action, and Johansson remembers in awe that Pugh “could be talking about any dumb person that she dated, and then two seconds later, we were just connected to each other, hanging on by this thread for life. I was like, this person is just absolutely… she just has it. She’s so keyed in. It’s an emotional availability. It’s a really rare quality, and it’s the star quality she has.”

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Florence Pugh Hits Back After Being Body-Shamed For Sheer Valention Dress: “Free The F****** Nipple”

independent – Florence Pugh has addressed the “vulgar” backlash she received over her decision to wear a transparent pink Valentino gown this weekend.

Pugh, 26, picked a sheer tulle dress for Valentino’s haute couture show in Rome on Friday (8 July) and posted photos of the look on social media, alluding to Instagram’s ban on photos of female nipples in her caption.

“Technically they’re covered?” the Lady Macbeth actor wrote, before congratulating “absolute genius” Pierpaolo Piccioli – Valentino’s creative director – for a “stunning evening” at his show in Rome.

“What’s been interesting to watch and witness is just how easy it is for men to totally destroy a woman’s body, publicly, proudly, for everyone to see,” the British actor wrote, adding, “It isn’t the first time and certainly won’t be the last time a woman will hear what’s wrong with her body by a crowd of strangers.

“What’s worrying is just how vulgar some of you men can be.”

Pugh told her followers that she’s comfortable with “the intricacies of my body” and content with “all of the ‘flaws’ I couldn’t bear to look at when I was 14”, before calling out social media users who body-shamed her.

“I’ve lived in my body for a long time. I’m fully aware of my breast size and am not scared of it,” she wrote. “What’s more concerning is… Why are you so scared of breasts? Small? Large? Left? Right? Only one? Maybe none? What. Is. So. Terrifying,” Pugh hit back at her detractors.

“It has always been my mission in this industry to say ‘f*** it and f*** that’ whenever anyone expects my body to morph into an opinion of what’s hot or sexually attractive,” she said.

Addressing the Instagram users who left derogatory comments on her post, Pugh wrote: “Grow up. Respect people. Respect bodies. Respect all women. Respect humans.

“Life will get a whole lot easier, I promise. And all because of two cute little nipples… Oh!,” she finished, directing those that were offended over her nipples to “the last slide” of her carousel post in which she’s covered “that inch of darker skin”.

“#F******freethef******nipple,” Pugh signed off, using the topfreedom hashtag.

Pugh has previously spoken out against criticism over her relationship with Zach Braff, 47, after fans speculated they had broken up earlier this year when photos of Pugh hanging out with her Midsommar co-star Will Poulter in Ibiza surfaced online.

In her Instagram story, Pugh addressed the “trolls” who poked fun at Braff over the couple’s 21-year age gap, after the Ibiza photos surfaced.

“There’s no need to drag people through this,” she wrote at the time. “Regardless of your opinion on who I should or shouldn’t be with, at the end of the day if you’re complimenting someone by trolling another person… you’re just bullying.”

Florence Pugh Shapeshifts Again, This Time For A New J. Crew Campaign

Elle – Florence Pugh, perhaps unintentionally, maintains a fervent flock of style devotees. They’ve strung up Instagram accounts, Tumblr pages, and aspirational essays in her honor. But none of the many (many) eyes tracking the actress’s every sartorial whim seem to sway her. Does the pressure of the world’s style tabulation ever make Pugh rethink her wardrobe choices?

“You know what? I wish it did,” she joked on a call with “I’ve been able to adapt to my grown-up lifestyle with my ability to wear certain brands, but I’ve known from a very young age that it didn’t really matter where [the clothes] were from as long as it made me feel good and looked right.”

This unapologetic soul-searching epitomizes Pugh’s styling, which she changes up so often as to make her something of a fashion enigma—or, at least, a case study in how style needn’t feel permanent to be profound. “I don’t [look] the same way every single day,” she says. “I am too greedy for that. I want to be everything, and I want to look like everything, and I want to change my personality every single day.”

Yet that courage also lends a gloss of timelessness to Pugh’s look, despite its many shapes and forms. Take, for instance, her first campaign with J. Crew: Pugh’s partnership with the brand acknowledges its decades-long foothold in fashion. The brand is well-recognized for its classic basics, a focus on high-quality materials crafted at a mid-range price point. The staples of J. Crew’s catalogues aren’t reinventing the wheel, but that dependability is exactly what makes them such intelligent pieces to experiment with. The spring collection, in particular, features elegant suiting separates, cropped cashmere tops, linen trench coats and trendy accessories—such as these raffia-wrapped geometrical earrings—in a range of whimsical pastels and sages.

There’s an approachability to these pieces that Pugh appreciates: “Every single person I spoke to has had J.Crew items in their wardrobe for the last 10 years, 5 years, whatever. They dress their children [in it]. It’s a brand that people feel safe with because it understands their shape and their mood and who they are today.”

Now—at least who Pugh is today—the actress is drawn to looks touted by Cynthia Erivo and Tessa Thompson, as well as designer Harris Reed, each of whom she cites as style influences. “I think [Erivo’s style] is so daring,” she says. “My stylist always says ‘Fashion is there to be fun.’ And for me, Cynthia Erivo is definitely someone that never holds back…Same for Tessa Thompson. I mean, you cannot put one of her red carpets next to the other and say that it’s the same person coming out.”

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Florence Pugh on Changing Up Her Hair and Her ‘Fits With J.Crew

Vanityfair – Florence Pugh is oft-described as “a chameleonlike” actor and a boon for ensemble casts. But off-screen, while playing the part of herself on red carpets, at events, and generally being Florence Pugh, gone is the delicate balance that it takes to hide away in character. That is, she’s all brightness and big swings when it comes to her personal costuming.

“I think for me, I’ve always been one to be very bold. I liked turning heads even as a kid and, uh, ‘turning heads’ doesn’t even necessarily mean that I look good,” Pugh joked on a recent phone call with Vanity Fair. “When I started getting dressed up and going to events and going to red carpets, I remember my siblings reminding me like, Hey, do you remember when you would only wear neon colors and cover your face with paint? And that wasn’t that long ago!”

“It can be a very daunting thing to express yourself in that way,” she added. “But I think I’ve taken a page out of my childhood book, which is like, you have to find a way to show who you are. What a beautiful way to do that in clothing. If there’s anything that I’ve learned over the years, it’s that I can’t lose that. And if there’s anything I’ve learned from my stylist it’s that sometimes too much is too much. So I’ll give that one to Rebecca [Corbin Murray].”

The star of Little Women, Midsommar, and Black Widow now also stars in J.Crew’s latest campaign. The partnership between the young Brit and the American legacy brand was immediately simpatico, and she felt the campaign was a full reflection of herself. Besides pulling in her beloved bright colors and bold shapes, the brand gave her carte blanche on her hair style. She loves to change her hair, she told V.F., but often it’s not up to discretion. This was an opportunity to express herself rather than hew to the demands of a project. She went for a bit of a blonde shag.

“Well, most of the time, [I change my hair] because I’m doing a job, so I’m doing an acting gig and I’ve always been someone that’s had a lot of hair and I’ve never mind changing it. So I’ve always been quite adamant about not wearing a wig. That’s never been weird for me that I change my hair a lot.

“For J.Crew, that was the first time in a long time that I had really made a decision that was for me and for how I wanted to be seen. I haven’t been given the luxury of that because, you know, I do go from job to job sometimes and I need to be whatever a character the job needs to be. For that J.Crew shoot, I was very grateful that I could express the new side of me and guess what? In months time, I had to dye it back to brown. But that’s just the life of an actress.

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Hailee Steinfeld on working with Florence Pugh

EW – A lot happened in the most recent episode of Hawkeye, so EW asked series star Hailee Steinfeld (who plays the young archer Kate Bishop) about it all.

The role of Yelena Belova (Florence Pugh) on the show has been teased ever since the post-credits scene in Black Widow, but she finally made her entrance in last week’s episode. On Wednesday’s installment, Yelena came back for a long sit-down with Kate. For a show that has mostly consisted of either fun action scenes or two-handed banter between Kate and Clint Barton (Jeremy Renner), this mac-and-cheese meal was a refreshing change of pace.

“The minute I knew that she was gonna be a part of the show, I was very excited. I am a huge fan of Florence and her work,” Steinfeld says. “At that point, it had been me and Jeremy the whole time, so I was ready for some Florence Pugh. That scene in particular was so fun. There’s a lot of layers. It’s always exciting to dig into a scene like that. When you first read it, you laugh, there are points that you love and connect to. But when you really get into it you understand that there’s a deeper meaning to this very fun scene that has a lot of great banter between these two really awesome characters.”

Steinfeld continues, “I just remember being so impressed by Florence. She had a great understanding of Yelena and where Yelena falls in this moment. She’s been given a task, and she has made it very clear she will stop at nothing to achieve this task. There’s Kate simply trying to understand where she’s coming from, because she’s not willing to accept Yelena’s thoughts on Clint. These are two people who are just trying to protect the thing that they love. In that, they sort of find this connection to each other.”