Florence Pugh may have only become a household name in the past few years thanks to stellar performances in films like Little Women and Don’t Worry Darlingbut the actress has been walking Hollywood red carpets for almost ten years.
Naturally, her style evolution has developed as she’s grown up in the spotlight – Pugh is now a bona fide fashion star, constantly landing on best dressed lists for avant-garde designs she chooses to wear to premieres and award shows.
Below, see Pugh’s journey from the beginning of her acting career to a high-profile trend setter.
A then 19-year-old Florence Pugh attended the premiere for The Falling with pal Maisie Williams – a mystery thriller and her acting debut in which Williams and Pugh play best friends at an all-girls school.
2016 was the year Florence Pugh made waves, thanks to a scene-stealing role in the independent drama Lady Macbeth. In 2017, she attended the European Film Awards in Berlin, wearing this timeless jeweled gown and platform heels. This was also her red hair era, and we kind of want it back?
2017 was when we started to see Pugh finding her style, starting with this iridescent gown by Miu Miu, which she wore to the British Independent Film Awards. Pugh said she felt like a “funky fairy” on Twitter.
For the London Film Critics Circle Awards, Pugh wore a Sandra Mansour Oberon embroidered dress, and was transitioning from red hair back to blonde.
Florence Pugh loves to wear color, and has a preference for red carpet fashion with an edge. This Staud dress, worn to a Royal Academy of Arts party, offered a hint of the star’s penchant for ruffles and striking detail.
Now very much hitting the big time in her acting career, Florence Pugh wore this showstopping Valentino mini dress to the Governor’s Awards in Hollywood. 2019 was Pugh’s international breakthrough year following standout performances in both midsommar and Little Womenso naturally her style ramped up accordingly.
Snapped on her way to Jimmy Kimmel Live in 2020, Pugh chose a Galvan sequinned midi dress, reflecting her current love of disco-inspired party pieces.
For her first appearance at the Oscars, Pugh wore Louis Vuitton, once again embracing ruffles and volume – two silhouettes the actor adores to this day.
For the after party Florence Pugh chose Louis Vuitton again, this time exuding old Hollywood glamor in a 1920s-inspired floor length gown of (you guessed it) sequins.
Florence Pugh’s red carpet confidence developed over the late 2010s and solidified through 2020 and 2021. Here, at the Black Widow premiere, the actor proves why she’s a paparazzi favorite red carpet – her dip-dyed ends to match her eye makeup and this Miu Miu midi stand out – Pugh never shies away