Venice Film Festival 2022: Florence Pugh in Valentino Couture at the DON’T WORRY DARLING Premiere

Posted on September 06, 2022

Miss Flo stays winning.



Sometimes, in the red carpet commentary game, you’ve gotta recognize when a dress is more than a dress; when the story behind the red carpet moment becomes the most important aspect of that red carpet moment. The press tour and launch of Olivia Wilde’s sophomore directorial effort Don’t Worry Darling has now reached epic poem proportions with reports that star Florence Pugh had stopped speaking to her director (some maintain it’s because she’s friends with Wilde’s ex Jason Sudeikis while many reports claim that the Shia LaBeouf video was the last straw) and press releases detailing how she would not be doing any promotion for the film except to make one red carpet appearance: this one. She definitely made it count. We will talk more of these things as we detail the rest of the cast’s appearances this weekend, but suffice it to say that she walked out of the theater mid-ovation without even acknowledging her director. Also, Chris Pine is clearly a huge Flo fan. This one has got it all; an already legendary promo tour that’s quickly reaching “Fleetwood Mac recording Rumours” levels of backbiting and behind-the-scenes sniping. We can’t get enough of it.

Anyway, the gown is gorgeous on her. We are very much on record as being very tired of sheer skirts, but this has such a floaty, ethereal, magical feel to it that we can’t hate. LOVE her hair, makeup and jewelry. It’s a pure star turn; taking a moment and making it all about your own worth and star power. We cannot help but stan. Check out the dramatic pictures and video her stylist Rebecca Corbin-Murray posted on Instagram:



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Style Credits:
Valentino Off-the-shoulder Sheer Embellished Dress and Shoes from the Fall 2022 Couture Collection

Styled by Rebecca Corbin-Murray | Hair by Peter Lux | Makeup by Alex Babsky


[Photo Credit: Luca Dammicco/Warner Bros., Hubert Boesl/DPA/Cover Images, Rocco Spaziani/DPA/Cover Images,]

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