Florence Pugh emphasizes her curves in a jeweled top and a multi-colored leather skirt while attending the PFW show by Louis Vuitton
She has maintained a relatively low profile after the whirlwind prices season, where she was recognized for her role in the Little Women period drama.
But Florence Pugh was back on the social scene when she attended the Paris / Winter 2020 presentation by Louis Vuitton during Paris Fashion Week on Tuesday evening.
The fencer, 24, radiated glamor as she went to FROW in a bearded strappy top, along with a multicolored leather skirt.
Striking: Florence Pugh was back on the social scene after the awards season when she attended the Louis Vuitton’s AW20 showcase on Tuesday during Paris Fashion Week on Tuesday
The Fighting with My Family actress looked busty and sensational in her floral-decorated cardigan, unlike her thighs.
The thespian reinforced her frame in suede knee-high boots with a patented nose and carried her supplies in a statement bag from the French fashion house.
Florence frames her beautiful face with her loosely curled strands and decorated with just an elegant gold bracelet.
Working: the fencer, 24, radiated glamor when she went to FROW in a bearded strappy top, along with a multicolored leather skirt
Looks good: with a busty display, the actress Fighting with My Family looked sensational in her floral-decorated cardigan that contrasted with her thighs
Ensuring that her outfit did all the talking, the blonde beauty kept her makeup look minimal with a matte base, blush and winged eyeliner.
Meanwhile, Florence had fierce competition for the best supporting actress at the Academy Awards on February 9, but unfortunately lost Laura Dern for her role in Marriage Story.
She was nominated alongside Scarlett Johansson for Jojo Rabbit, Margot Robbie for Bombshell and Kathy Bates for Richard Jewell.
See her glow: made sure her outfit did all the talking, the blonde beauty kept her makeup look minimal with matte base, blush and winged eyeliner
Greta Gerwig’s version of Louisa May Alcott’s classic novel Little Women tells the story of Jo March, played by Saoirse Ronan, and her life with her sisters.
Florence plays Amy, the youngest of the sisters in March, who appreciates her appearance and wants to marry richly.
The flawed character has always been looked down in favor of the spirited heroine Jo, but Florence hopes that her layered interpretation will appeal to viewers and play her as an ambitious and passionate young woman
Hit film: Florence plays Amy in Greta Gerwig’s version of Louisa May Alcott’s classic novel Little Women (depicted with Emma Watson, Saoirse Ronan and Eliza Scanlen)