Florence Pugh Put a Sci-Fi Spin on Formalwear With Her Metallic Corset at the 2024 BAFTAs

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A look that's truly out of this world.



Florence Pugh may be getting a break from the Dune: Part Two press circuit this weekend, but her intergalactic style isn't taking any days off. Case in point? On Sunday, the actress arrived at the 2024 BAFTA Awards while putting a subtle sci-fi spin on formalwear in a custom Harris Reed gown that was truly out of this world.  

Pugh hit the red carpet in a floor-sweeping black velvet dress made from dead stock material (the BAFTAs were the first award show to introduce a sustainable dress code in 2020), which she paired with a shimmery metallic corset that featured sculptural high-cut sides and an extreme plunging neckline. Florence accessorized with a long diamond necklace by Boucheron, as well as a dramatic black velvet shawl that was worn draped across her forearms.



Black platform heels, diamond stud earrings, and her signature cartilage piercings provided the finishing touches to Florence's look, while her glam consisted of shimmery smoky eye makeup, pink lipstick, and her blonde mullet parted to the side and slicked back. 

Related: Florence Pugh Is Making a Case for Mullets and Matching Sets

While Pugh wasn't nominated for any awards at tonight's ceremony, the biographical thriller Oppenheimer, which saw her portray psychiatrist Jean Tatlock in the film, is up for 13 honors — including Best Film, Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Director, and Best Cinematography, just to name a few.

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