Florence Pugh looked nothing short of sensational on Sunday as she arrived at the Valentino show at Paris Fashion Week.
The actress, 26, stepped out in a pink minidress, that clung to her svelte figure and was decorated in a chain pattern.
Her legs were on full display in the high-necked number and Florence gave herself a few extra inches in a pair of £810 cream platform heels from Valentino.
Incredible: Florence Pugh looked nothing short of sensational on Sunday as she arrived at the Valentino show at Paris Fashion Week
Keeping the cold at bay, she wrapped up in a white cape coat that exuded elegance and sophistication.
Opting to keep her accessories simple, Florence only added a pair of gold hoop earrings and her silver septum piercing.
Her blonde tresses were straightened and styled in a side part, and she chose a smoky eyeshadow look with a slick of pink lipstick.
Looking good: The actress, 26, stepped out in a pink minidress, that clung to her svelte figure and was decorated in a chain pattern
It comes after she attended the premiere of Don’t Worry Darling at Venice Film Festival at the start of September.
Leading star Florence has been at the centre of speculation about a reported on-set rift with director Olivia Wilde, with original co-star Shia LeBeouf adding to the drama.
Florence chose to limit her time spent for Don’t Worry Darling promotional activities and press calls, due to a busy schedule with other projects, but did appear at the Venice premiere.
Fancy footwear: Her legs were on full display in the high-necked number and Florence gave herself a few extra inches in a pair of £810 cream platform heels from Valentino
But she skipped a press conference for the film in Italy because her flight allegedly would land too late for her to get there, though she was seen in Venice nearby enjoying an Aperol spritz while it was taking place.
Elsewhere at Venice Film Festival, fans claimed footage showed leading man Harry Styles allegedly appearing to gob in co-star Chris Pine’s, with the actor seeming to stop, look down at his leg, and stick out his tongue in disbelief.
The laughing actor, 42, shot an amused look back at the pop star, with fans speculating afterwards that Harry had spit on Chris’ lap.
But it has been denied that any spitting took place, with a source close to Chris Pine telling MailOnline: ‘Harry Styles did not spit at all. People are seeing some odd illusion of sorts online that is clearly deceiving.’
Classy: Keeping the cold at bay, she wrapped up in a white cape coat that exuded elegance and sophistication
Flawless: Her blonde tresses were straightened and styled in a side part, and she chose a smoky eyeshadow look with a slick of pink lipstick
And Olivia also shut down rumours of any spitting occurring, insisting that people are trying to ‘look for drama’.
Florence and Olivia reportedly came into conflict during filming, as the Black Widow star was said to be unhappy over allegations that Olivia ‘hooked up’ with Harry Styles while engaged to Jason Sudeikis.
Olivia, 38, and Jason, 46, got engaged in 2012 and share children Otis, eight, and Daisy, five. They were thought to have split in November 2020 and Olivia made headlines with Harry in January 2021.
While it’s never been confirmed that Olivia and Harry’s romance began while she was still engaged to Jason, Page Six reported that Florence fell out with Olivia over the coupling.
Drama: It comes after she attended the premiere of Don’t Worry Darling at Venice Film Festival at the start of September
Then in the lead-up to the film’s release, Florence did little-to-no promotion for the movie and was seen enjoying a cocktail nearby in Venice as she skipped a press conference for Don’t Worry Darling.
The rumours intensified after Olivia suggested Florence should have a ‘wake-up call’ in a leaked video, shared by Shia as he refuted Wilde’s claim that he had been fired.
Shia was originally set to star in Don’t Worry Darling before Olivia replaced him with Harry, with Olivia claiming Shia’s process was ‘not conducive to the ethos that I demand in my productions’.
But in response, Shia – who claims he quit ‘due to lack of rehearsal time’ – shared an an email he sent to the director and a video that she allegedly sent to him, proving he walked away from the film rather than being fired.
Group line-up: The cast were all seen attending the premiere at Venice Film Festival amid the drama. Pictured: Nick Kroll, Florence Pugh, Chris Pine, Olivia Wilde, Sydney Chandler, Harry Styles and Gemma Chan
In the footage, Olivia can be heard encouraging Shia to stay signed on to the film, rather than leave it, while also hinting at apparent tension with Pugh, 26, who she referred to as ‘Miss Flo’.
In the clip, she said: ‘I feel like I’m not ready to give up on this yet, and I, too, am heartbroken and I want to figure this out.
‘You know, I think this might be a bit of a wake-up call for Miss Flo, and I want to know if you’re open to giving this a shot with me, with us.
‘If she really commits, if she really puts her mind and heart into it at this point and if you guys can make peace — and I respect your point of view, I respect hers — but if you guys can do it, what do you think? Is there hope? Will you let me know?’
Iconic: But Florence was seen in Venice nearby enjoying an Aperol spritz while a press conference was taking place, after skipping it and saying her flight wouldn’t land on time
But in a recent interview on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Olivia doubled down on her claims that she fired Shia, insisting that she ‘chose Florence’ after she claimed Shia had issued her with an ultimatum.
When asked if she fired Shia, Olivia said: ‘We had to replace Shia. He is a fantastic actor, but it wasn’t gonna work. When he gave me the ultimatum of, you know, him or Florence, I chose Florence.’
‘That was him feeling he was stepping away and me feeling like we were moving on without him,’ she added.
Addressing the conflicting accounts of Olivia claiming Shia was fired and the actor saying he quit, Stephen asked if he left in such a way that they could both believe they were correct in their stances.
Feud? Leading star Florence has been at the centre of speculation about a reported on-set rift with director Olivia Wilde, with original co-star Shia LeBeouf adding to the drama
To which, Olivia said: ‘It’s a question of semantics. It wasn’t going to move forward in a way he wanted it to, so he had to leave.’
In the interview, she also addressed the widely-rumoured feud with Florence, insisting she has ‘nothing but respect’ for the star, despite by being plagued by claims to the contrary.
Olivia gushed about Florence’s performance in the controversial movie, and suggested being questioned about the feud is sexist because it’s not something her ‘male director colleagues are answering’.
‘She is sensational in this film. And it is about her being brave enough to listen to the brave people who’ve come before her who everyone else has ignored and trust her instincts,’ Olivia said.
Clashing: They reportedly came into conflict as the Black Widow star was said to be unhappy over allegations that Olivia ‘hooked up’ with Harry Styles while engaged to Jason Sudeikis
‘And she is the one brave enough to dismantle the system. She is a super hero. And Florence Pugh is as good at dramatic work as she is at action. There are real action sequences in the film. She has a run which I refer to as her ‘Tom Cruise run.’ It’s the most impressive run I’ve ever seen,’ she added.
Elsewhere, crew members that worked on Don’t Worry Darling shared a statement last month refuting rumours of any on-set issues between Olivia and Florence.
A total of 40 individuals, including producer Miri Yoon, came forward to release a statement obtained by DailyMail.com with the ‘need to correct’ the alleged claims, calling them ‘absurd’ and ‘completely false.’
The recent statement came shortly after an insider told Vulture that both Olivia Wilde, 38, and Florence, 26, got into a ‘screaming match’ during filming last year.
No drama: But crew members recently came forward to state that there was never any issues between Olivia Wilde, 38, and Florence Pugh, on set of Don’t Worry Darling
‘As a crew, we’ve avoided addressing the absurd gossip surrounding the movie we’re so proud of, but feel the need to correct the anonymous ‘sources’ quoted in a recent article,’ the statement began.
‘Any allegations about unprofessional behavior on the set of are completely false,’ they further stated.
Olivia was addressed in the statement, with the crew expressing that she was nothing but, ‘an incredible leader and director who was present with and involved in every aspect of production.’
Towards the conclusion, the individuals jointly took time to shoot down the claims made by other ‘sources’ to Vulture, which was shared earlier on Friday.
Keeping the peace: The recent statement came shortly after an insider told Vulture that both Olivia Wilde, 38, and Florence, 26, got into a ‘screaming match’ during filming last year
‘There was never a screaming match between our director and anyone, let alone a member of our cast.’
The crew further reiterated in their statement that the set was always professional, and that, ‘We are happy to put our names on this, as real people who worked on the film, and who have witnessed and benefitted from the collaborative and safe space Olivia creates as a director and leader.’
‘We’re also thrilled that the movie is in theaters this weekend. We can’t wait for you to see it on the big screen,’ they added at the very end.
The new claims counteract what a previous unnamed insider informed Vulture in regards to the drama that allegedly occurred on set in 2021.
The source, who had spent ample time on the Don’t Worry Darling set, claimed that Olivia and Florence had a ‘screaming match’ due to Olivia’s ‘absences’ during filming.
Tribute: Despite the differing rumours and alleged drama that occurred on set, Florence shared a heartfelt tribute post on her Instagram last month towards Don’t Worry Darling
Tension: The actress, 26, thanked those involved in bringing the film to life and shared a snap of herself on set alongside director Olivia
‘Olivia and Harry would just disappear,’ the source stated, referencing to Harry Styles, who played one of the leading roles in the movie alongside Florence. The former One Direction member and Olivia have been in a relationship since January 2021.
The insider further added to the publication that the drama taking place on set had reached Warner Bros. executive, Toby Emmerich, who then had to instill a ‘long negotiation process,’ to keep the peace.
Despite the differing rumours and alleged drama that occurred on set, Florence shared a heartfelt tribute post on her Instagram last month towards Don’t Worry Darling.
In the caption, she expressed her thanks to all who helped bring the film to life, and reflected on the memorable moments spent on set.
Olivia also shared a behind the scenes photo, which showed herself sitting next to Florence, Harry, and a crew member on set. They all appeared to be in good spirits as they prepared to shoot a scene.
Happy: Olivia shared a photo onto her Instagram on Friday to express her excitement for the film’s release in theaters, and showed herself with Florence and Harry all in high spirits on set