Florence Pugh Makes Stellar Style in Black Harris Reed Corset Dress at BAFTA Film Awards

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In the coming month, Florence Pugh is set to grace the screens as Princess Irulan in the much-anticipated sequel, Dune: Part Two, and she’s been jet-setting across the globe to drum up excitement for the film.

Even with a brief hiatus from the Dune promotional whirlwind this weekend, her celestial fashion sense remains in full force.

At the 77th BAFTA Film Awards in London, England, on Sunday, February 18, Florence Pugh brought a touch of science fiction glamour to the red carpet, honoring one of the previous year’s cinematic gems, Oppenheimer.

Florence Pugh channels futuristic elegance on the BAFTA red carpet in London, wearing a custom Harris Reed gown from the Spring 2024 couture collection, crafted from sustainable materials (Credit: Steve Vas / Future Image / Cover Images)

A Sci-Fi-Inspired Fashion Statement

With a nod to the future, the 28-year-old English actress stunned in a custom Harris Reed gown straight from the British-American fashion designer’s Spring 2024 couture collection.

The dress, crafted from sustainable deadstock material, boasted an otherworldly allure with its floor-length silhouette and sleeveless design.

Styled by Rebecca Corbin-Murray, Florence’s ensemble featured a shimmering silver metallic corset adorned with avant-garde high-cut sides and a daring plunging neckline, infusing a subtle yet striking sci-fi twist to her formal attire.

The Don’t Worry Darling star draped a luxurious black velvet scarf across her forearms to heighten the drama.

Florence Pugh's dress features a striking metallic corset with avant-garde cuts paired with a luxurious black velvet scarf, showcasing the actress's commitment to sustainable fashion and her unique styleFlorence Pugh’s dress features a striking metallic corset with avant-garde cuts paired with a luxurious black velvet scarf, showcasing the actress’s commitment to sustainable fashion and her unique style (Credit: Steve Vas / Future Image / Cover Images)

Accessorizing With Purpose

Completing her look, Florence opted for black Piferi Rosalia sandals, providing both style and comfort with their open-toe design, buckle-fastening ankle straps, and sturdy platforms.

She didn’t hold back in the accessory department, adorning herself with a captivating long silver Boucheron the Rosee necklace, complemented by diamond Boucheron Vendome Lisere stud earrings and a matching Boucheron the Beloved Solitaire ring.

Florence’s signature cartilage piercings, embellished with Maria Tash jewelry, served as the finishing touches to her attire.

Styled by Rebecca Corbin-Murray, Florence Pugh's outfit is completed with black Piferi Rosalia sandals and a suite of Boucheron jewelry, including a captivating necklace, stud earrings, and a solitaire ring, all complemented by her signature Maria Tash cartilage piercingsStyled by Rebecca Corbin-Murray, Florence Pugh’s outfit is completed with black Piferi Rosalia sandals and a suite of Boucheron jewelry, including a captivating necklace, stud earrings, and a solitaire ring, all complemented by her signature Maria Tash cartilage piercings (Credit: Steve Vas / Future Image / Cover Images)

Makeup and Hair: The Finishing Touches

The Little Women actress opted for a shimmering smoky eye paired with soft pink lipstick for her makeup, while her blonde mullet, slicked to the side, added a modern edge to her overall look.

Florence Pugh Supports Oppenheimer at the BAFTAs

While Florence Pugh wasn’t nominated for any awards during the ceremony, the biographical thriller Oppenheimer – directed by Christopher Nolan and released concurrently with Barbie – received an impressive 13 nominations, including Best Adapted Screenplay and Best Cinematography.

The drama swept the BAFTAs, securing seven awards, including the prestigious Best Film category. Notably, Cillian Murphy was celebrated as Best Actor, Robert Downey Jr. as Best Supporting Actor, and Christopher Nolan as the recipient of the Best Director trophy.

Fans are likely familiar with Florence Pugh’s role in the acclaimed biographical thriller, where she portrayed the Communist supporting psychiatrist Jean Tatlock.

Florence Pugh, in her supporting role as Jean Tatlock in "Oppenheimer," brings depth and complexity to the biographical thriller directed by Christopher NolanFlorence Pugh, in her supporting role as Jean Tatlock in “Oppenheimer,” brings depth and complexity to the biographical thriller directed by Christopher Nolan (Credit: Universal Pictures)

Her involvement in Oppenheimer sparked discussion due to her scenes alongside lead actor Cillian Murphy, who portrayed the titular J. Robert Oppenheimer, known as the father of the atomic bomb.

Despite her supporting role, The Wonder star expressed eagerness to join the project. In an interview with MTV UK last year, she stated: “I didn’t really know what was going on or what it was that was being made. Except I knew that Chris [Nolan] really, really wanted me to know that it wasn’t a very big role, and he understands if I don’t want to come near it. And I was like, ‘Doesn’t matter. Even if I’m a coffee maker at a café in the back of the room, let’s do it.”

She added, “I remember he apologized about the size of the role. I was like, ‘Please don’t apologize’. And then he said, ‘We’ll send you the script, and honestly, you just read it and decide if it’s like… I completely understand the sizing thing.’ And I remember that evening when I got the script being like, ‘I don’t need to… I know I’m going to do it.’”

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