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Florence Pugh has taken to social media with revenge after she received criticism for wearing a sheer pink Valentino dress at the fashion house’s haute couture show. Rome, Italy Friday.
Coined by the 26-year-old “Don’t Worry Baby” star Lengthy comment on Instagram Not only to defend her body, but also to ask for “respect” to all the people who are following the event to celebrate the fall 2022-23 collection in the city’s famous Piazza di Spagna.
“Listen, I knew when I wore this gorgeous Valentino dress that there was no comment on that,” she wrote to her seven million followers. “Whether it was negative or positive, we all knew what we were doing. I was excited to wear it, and not nervous in the blink of an eye. Never before, during, or even now.”
Pugh’s neon pink dress features layers of tulle draped across her bosom with a halter neckline and nothing is worn underneath. An abundant skirt full of matching fabric was tied at the waist and extended to the floor.
“What’s really interesting to watch and witness is how easy it is for men to destroy a woman’s entire body, in public, and with pride, for all to see,” she continued. “This isn’t the first and certainly won’t be the last time a woman has heard what’s wrong with her body by a crowd of strangers, what’s worrisome is how rude some men are. She comes to terms with the intricacies of my body that make me, I’m happy with all the ‘flaws’ I couldn’t Bear looking at her when I was 14.”
The Oscar nominee He added, “I’ve lived in my body for a long time. I am fully aware of my chest size and not afraid of it. What’s more…. Why are you so afraid of my chest? Small? Big?? Right? Only one? Maybe nothing? What? .is terrifying.
The “Little Women” star noted that she was grateful for growing up “in a home with very strong, strong, curvy women” and finding “strength in the wrinkles of our bodies.”
“It’s always been my job in this industry to say ‘f-k it and f-k’ whenever anyone expects my body to turn into an opinion about what is sexually exciting or attractive,” she wrote. “I wore this dress because I know.”
She added, “If publicly abusing women in 2022 is too easy for you, the answer is that you don’t know.
“Grow up. Respect people. Respect bodies. Respect all women. Respect humans. Life will get a lot easier, I promise. And all because of cute little nipples….”
Pugh ended her screaming with the hashtag “Free the nipple.”
A group of Hollywood stars She agreed to the letter and gave support to Pugh not only for her words of wisdom, but also for effortlessly wearing the dress, as nearly a million likes poured into the Instagram post.
Actress Joy King sympathized with Beau and wrote, “You are truly amazing. You describe in words what many feel but cannot express.”
Aubrey Plaza also agreed, “Well, that’s what I was saying ggg.”
Shit Creek star Dan Levy, who attended the show, added the “100” emoji, while Bridgerton’s Nicola Coughlan wrote, “I adore you.”
“Respect. Period,” added Academy Award-winning actress Ariana Debus, who was front row next to Anna Wintour with Pugh on the show.
Join Pugh Anne Hathaway, Kate Hudson, Andrew Garfield, and Naomi Campbell for a star-studded runway event where bright purple was the focal point of the show, specifically “Pink PP,” a new Pantone color created by Valentino’s Creative Director Pierpaolo Piccioli.
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