Let’s let our hair down, change into less comfy but more fun shoes, and switch out a gown for a cocktail dress. It’s party time for Florence Pugh! The Oscars are over, but the Vanity Fair after-party has just begun (okay, it’s probably over now), and Pugh, who alongside Andrew Garfield had excitedly presented Everything Everywhere All at Once writers the Daniels with the award for best original screenplay, attended in a voluminous ensemble that is the party version of her ceremony look.
Pugh, who has been on a bit of a punk fashion kick lately, did not put the punk on pause for the Oscars ceremony. She wore a voluminous Valentino Couture top paired with black hot pants. She wore her septum ring, platform shoes, and blonde micro bangs that complemented her sleek updo. See the look here:
For the Vanity Fair after-party, Pugh updated the look for nighttime. She wore an enormous floor-length hooded pink parka with a black bra and black wide-leg pants. She swapped necklaces, opting for a more minimal silver choker for partying. She wore the same makeup and hairstyle as at the ceremony, making it an easy day-to-night transition.
Pugh, now firmly ensconced on the A-list with a role in the Marvel-verse, has been experimenting with her style, climbing the fashion ranks, and adding a bit of edge. In addition to showing off her septum piercing, she has recently worn her blonde hair up and spiky, her bangs slicked down and sprayed to the side. Funky! Under a photo with her hair tied in a knot atop her head, she wrote on Instagram, “Like.. Mohawk, pixie, swirly thingy, punk, greasy, Smokey eye with diamonds on, put a quick sparkly thong on, but then keep it casual with a grey sweater. Ya know?” Ya. We know.
The budding style star also reflected on how far she’s come after covering Vogue for the second time in January, musing, “I remember when I was told that Anna Wintour wanted me to be on the cover three years ago, I felt like I was there. I’d made it. Vogue cover at 24 for me felt bizarre and unreal. We got the cover printed and framed (big over the top gold frame.. obvi) and it was such a wonderful reminder of how unique that moment in my career was. Anna Wintour wanting me on the cover for a second time feels just as unique. If not more? I love working, I love working hard. To be recognized in these pictures and pages like this is such a wonderful nod.”