“Little Women” Star Florence Pugh for Vogue Magazine

Posted on January 09, 2020

“Little Women” star Florence Pugh covers the February 2020 issue of Vogue magazine photographed by Daniel Jackson and styled by fashion editor Jorden Bickham. 



On her role as Amy in Little Women: “I love all the incredibly spoiled characters because they always represent that voice in our heads. Amy basically says everything she wants to say. She doesn’t care. So I was obviously ecstatic to play her.”

On the gender pay gap in the film industry: “Hey? This cannot be a thing. They’re actually making a reason for women to talk in films now. When a woman speaks, she’s going to have something to say.”

On her role as Katherine in Lady MacBeth: This unusual, powerful role, Pugh says, gave her insight into the kind of actor she wanted to be. “I like feeling raw. I like feeling naked. Anytime an opportunity of me being perfect onscreen comes up, I panic.”

Black Widow director, Cate Shortland, Pugh doing most of her own stunts: “She is bloody scary. Steely. Absolutely will not back down. She has a healthy amount of anger in her as a person, at the injustices she sees around her.”

Midsommar director Ari Aster on Pugh playing the difficult role of Dani: “[She had to] carry the film entirely. [Dani was also] a dangerous part to take on. She could have become off-putting or self-pitying. It was amazing to watch her avoiding all the traps, without abandoning all of what the character required.”


Style Credits:
Cover: Marc Jacobs Blazer, Vest, and Scarf | Van Cleef & Arpels Necklace
Image 1: Marc Jacobs Blazer, Vest, and Blouse | Stephen Jones for Marc Jacobs Hat | Van Cleef & Arpels Necklace
Image 2: Dolce & Gabbana Blazer | Michael Kors Collection Blouse | Chanel Fine Jewelry Brooch
Image 3: Gucci Dress
Image 4: Michael Kors Collection Jacket, Blouse, and Skirt | Miu Miu Hat


[Photo Credit: Daniel Jackson/Vogue Magazine]

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